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Ty Andreaco's Cemetery Columns - April 2019

Ty Andreaco

Ty Andreaco's Cemetery Columns - April 2019

In recent memory films like Get Out and A Quiet Place have obviously scored a direct hit with audiences. These films ushered in the the new era of comedy personalities tackling horror, and they’re familiarity with set up and punchline is lending itself to the genre in a fresh and inventive way. However these films were in the minority…. and disabled

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Son of the Drive-In Culture

Ty Andreaco

Son of the Drive-In Culture

On this particular weekend, the movies scheduled were a hand selected collection of mostly 50s sci-fi. A far cry from the slasher films shown earlier in April. However it was an obscure “cinephiles only” feature starring television's the Munsters “in color” and The Tingler directed by William Castle that peaked my interest most.

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Social Commentary in Horror

Ty Andreaco

Social Commentary in Horror

Both Gene Rodenbery who created Star Trek and Rod Serling who created The Twilight Zone knew an amazing magic trick. You can discuss any sensitive social topics you wish… that is if you ground them safely in the unbelievable.

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A Look at Halloween (2018)

Thad Timothy

A Look at Halloween (2018)

HALLOWEEN (2018) Review by Thad Timothy; Writer, Cult Classic Horror Review Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Nick Castle, Judy Greer, Will Patton, Andi Matichak Written and Directed by: David Gordon Green, Danny McBride & Jeff Fradley based on characters created by John Carpenter and Debra Hill. Normally my reviews begin with an overview of the story and its reception but as I sat down to write this I realized that would not be necessary this time around. After all this is Halloween (2018), the most talked about and anticipated film of 2018, and this publication is...

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Mortal Remains

Ty Andreaco

Mortal Remains

When I decided to turn my passion for horror into a semi-professional endeavor the idea of perks or fringe benefits never occurred to this humble columnist. Ideas such as these were foreign to even my wild, blue sky imagination. That being said, you can imagine my astonishment when, after a brief correspondence, Cryptic Pictures extended a personal invitation to Cult Classic Horror. Our host, Christian Stavrakis, had arranged for a “private screening” of their hit docu-horror film Mortal Remains, a movie that had recently been screened at our local horror con. Upon my arrival it took a moment for Stavrakis...

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