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Scream 4 (REVIEW)

The original "Scream", released in 1996, was in many ways a movie out of place in its own decade. For starters, it was "one of those slasher films", a term in itself that did nothing at the time but promote jeers from anyone within earshot, due mostly to a decade's worth of dead-horse beating sequels attempting to cash in on the wave of successes from the early 80's. It was also a small, suspense driven movie in the decade of the CGI laden mega-blockbuster.

10 90's Films You May Have Missed

Ah, the 90's. For many of us, this was a time of growth. That passage from adolescence to adulthood; an era for coming of age. Such as it was for the horror film genre as well. In these days we were on the tail in of the 80's camp explosion, on the doorstep of movies such as "Scream" that would turn horror films into highly polished nods to a brighter age gone by.

Childhood Terror: Joe's Apartment

Last night, I came home to my apartment to discover that my power was half out. Then it went all the way out. Then, my burglar alarm shorted out and went off for an hour until my landlord could drive out and pull the plug. It was one of those situations where I thought "man, could this shit get any worse?" After waking up this morning and reading Shelton's "Bug" review, I remembered that things could be much worse; I could live in "Joe's Apartment."

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