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Horror Lovers Challenge: Horror Musical

I am participating in a 30 day challenge. This time it is all about horror! If you know anything about us here at the Fort you would know that we are hard core horror fans. Each October we watch a movie each night in what we dub as “The 31 Nights of Horror.” Day 4: Horror Musical This is a …

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Day 1: Scariest kid in a horror movie

I am participating in a 30 day challenge. This time it is all about horror! If you know anything about us here at the Fort you would know that we are hard core horror fans. Each October we watch a movie each night in what we dub as “The 31 Nights of Horror.” Day 1 of the Horror Lovers Challenge …

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The Giant Spider

Calling John Goodman, there is a Giant Spider attacking Phantom Lake County and we need an exterminator pronto! In the 8th annual installment from Saint Euprohia Pictures and filmmaker Christopher R. Mihm we bring you The Giant Spider! If you are a fan of 1950s era drive-in movies, cheesy dialoque, and overtly over acting by the characters, you will love …

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One of life’s greatest moments

As a child grows up there are several milestones that mean more than the ability to drive the family truckster. Our little flea, Nicole, got her learners permit this past Saturday and she is so excited! In Alaska you are able to drive at the ripe old age of 14 but Nicole decided to wait–with absolutely no argument from her …

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31 Nights of Horror. Night 19: The Omen

There are movie that have scary kids, Namely that crazy kid from Home Alone in the scary/drama The Good Son, to Chucky–well he is a doll, not a kid. But none of them take the viewer by the throat and don’t let go than the little monster in kickers named Damien. Admit this little snot-nose is creepy. Heck he is …

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31 Nights of Horror. Night 12: Night of the Living Dead

Tonight film is Tom Savini’s verison of the George A. Romero classic, Night of the Living Dead. When it was released in 1990 it is almost an exact scene-for-sence remake of the classic (1968). It is said that some of the reasoning behind this that Savini thought no matter how good the orginal film was, moviegoer’s of the 1990s would …

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31 Nights of Horror. Night 8: The Devils Rejects

Tonight’s film was the follow up to The House of 1000 Corpses. It is Rob Zombie’s film, The Devil’s Rejects (2005). In Rejects we return to the scene of the crime in rural Texas where a family of crazed misfits lead by Otis and Baby and a demented clown that goes by the name Captain. The Devil’s Rejects is a …

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31 Nights of Horror. Night 6: The Cabin in the Woods

I had no idea what to expect when I rented The Cabin in the Woods (2011) from Redbox on Friday night. I was expecting the typical slash ’em up flick that we have grown so tired of in horror movie. But Cabin is nothing like you would expect. I would have to say it was one of the coolest movies …

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31 Nights of Horror. Night 4: Drag Me to Hell

Drag Me to Hell (2009) is one of my daughter, Nicole’s favorite movies and for good reason. It has the classic chiller effects that you will find in a good scary flick as well as a plot, a couple great scenes and a cool “monster.” This time a scary goat-shadow creature. This movie will scare you if you don’t watch …

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House of Ghosts

The world premiere of House of Ghosts is drawing near! If you are a fan of the drive-in and the ultra-cool, albeit sometimes cheesy, sci-fi thrillers of the 1950’s then you will love the films of Christopher R. Mihm. Mihm is the undisputed master of the new-age black and white genre that has been known to draw fans from far …

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