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Shelf Space: "The Twilight Zone- Season 5" DVD Review

Twilight Zone: Season 5
Duration: (1963-1964)
Creator: Rod Serling
Company: Image Entertainment
Release Date: Sep. 3rd 2013

The Theatre Bizarre (REVIEW)

The Theatre Bizarre

As horror anthology films go, “The Theatre Bizarre” may be the most varied. Most short films in anthologies have a similar theme, or at least tone. Not this one. From subtle to outlandish, from supernatural to psychological, “The Theatre Bizarre” is all over the map. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, some of the shorts are quite good, just know you need to bring an open mind.

V/H/S (REVIEW)

"V/H/S" is a new, independent horror anthology that comes to you from ten, count 'em, ten directors, including current horror golden boy Ti West ("The Innkeepers"). The entire film is shot in a first person "found footage" style, although the subject matter of the stories varies wildly.

Episode 189 - "Chillerama"

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Its a smorgasbord of hilarious horror on this week's show.

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Episode 169 - "Tales From The Hood"

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We go back to the 90's, a magical time of hardcore rap and refried beans, with a review of the Spike Lee-produced anthology film "Tales From The Hood".

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Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (REVIEW)

There are certain names that are forever linked with the horror genre. Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff will always be remembered for their work on the early Universal creature features. Where those two and Universal left off, Christoper Lee, Peter Cushing and Hammer picked up. Playing Dracula and Van Helsing respectively, Lee and Cushing will probably go down in the annals of the genre much like Lugosi and Karloff before them. So then how is it that a horror film, an anthology film no less, with both Cushing and Lee can go unremembered for so long?

Tales from the Hood (REVIEW)

Since the election of President Obama, a lot of people have seemingly been ready to declare racism dead and announce that we now live in a “post-racial” America. Despite the fact that we now have an African-American President, there’s a pretty alarming rise in public displays of racism in America today. In fact, just this weekend I witnessed two pretty alarming outbursts directed at minorities while out and about. It was disgusting and pretty shocking to witness something like that, yet alone during the Holiday season.

Trick 'r Treat (REVIEW)

As a general rule, I tend to stay as far away from the proverbial Hype Machine as humanly possible. There have been a few occasions when said contraption has nimbly eluded my defenses and ensnared me, savagely hooking its claws into the nerdy, mucus-like substance which controls a substantial part of my thought process. More often than not, the buzz surrounding whichever project I'm obsessing over is unworthy of all the unnecessary attention, and my projected enjoyment is substantially diminished.

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