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STAR WARS (1977)

Feb 19th, 2014

STAR WARS (1977) The world of Jedis, aliens, and all kinds of strange creatures. Exciting adventures and mythic storytelling make this one of the best movie series. Rating:

Filed under: Horror Bites by Roger L. Boyes Jr.
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Frankenstein

Feb 8th, 2014

Mary Shelly was the the first person to had written the story of Frankenstein and perhaps the one who had created him. After her book, Frankenstein had became a big hit. She has started the stepping stone of the creature. Frankenstein’s character had changed a lot from person to person throughout history. Karloff is the […]

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Creature from the Black Lagoon

Feb 8th, 2014

Here are some facts or information you may or may not know: – 1954 – Based off a South American myth; Lives in the amazon river, described to be part turtle, part fish, part alligator, and part human. Finding the the name of this creature is hard and little impossible at this moment. – He […]

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SPY KIDS (2001)

Feb 7th, 2014

SPY KIDS (2001) Directed by Robert Rodriguez Fun adventure for kids AND adults. Exciting story with great SFX.

Filed under: Horror Bites by Roger L. Boyes Jr.
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THIRD MAN (1949)

Feb 3rd, 2014

THIRD MAN (1949) Starring Joseph Cotton and Orson Welles. Good mystery/noir picture with excellent camera work, acting, and editing. I would give this a better rating if it wasn’t for the distracting music that throws the movie off. Rating:

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