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In Praise of Lana Turner Losing Her Mind in 1969’s THE BIG CUBE
60s psychedelic mind-bender THE BIG CUBE is Lana Turner’s last great film. Poor Lana Turner. The former Hollywood sex-siren, she being one of the original Femme Fatales in Tay Garnett’s 1946 adaptation of James M. Cain’s THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE, was considered in her prime to be one of the most dangerous and desirable…
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Exclusive Photos: Barbara Crampton’s Behind the Scenes DELIRIUM Cover Shoot
Get an exclusive behind the scenes eyeful of Barbara Crampton’s latest cover shoot. DELIRIUM, the cult film magazine this writer/editor curates, just announced that the cover story for its 11th issue will spotlight none other than the Queen of cult cinema herself. Lady Barbara Crampton. To celebrate the complete stem-to-stern career retrospective and glimpse at…
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Review: Chilling Mock-Doc POPULATION ZERO
SHOCK reviews the eerie found footage mock-doc POPULATION ZERO. True crime documentaries are certainly en vogue at the moment, and Julian T. Pinder and Adam Levins have certainly delivered with their reconnaissance into a disturbing loophole in constitutional law that ultimately enabled a North Dakota man to walk consequence free after shooting three young campers…
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Jessie’s Saturday Night Fright Flick: SCREAM
Movie junkie Jess Robbins picks a frightening flick for a Saturday night. My first taste of the internet was in the early 90s, my grandparents had a computer long before we ever did, and my grandpa, being the techie that he was, had the internet before anyone else I’d known at the time.  I was…
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Review: HIGH-RISE
SHOCK reviews Ben Wheatley’s scathing and surreal HIGH-RISE. If you’ve read the J.G. Ballard novel upon which British maverick Ben Wheatley’s delirious film HIGH-RISE is based, you’ll know the story, the characters and will even be surprised by (and hopefully, in approval of) the many deviations from that text. What you won’t be is let…
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12 Outstanding ’60s Horror Movie Posters
SHOCK selects a dozen delightful painted posters from the swingin’ sixties. As part of our ongoing exploration of incredible horror poster art from various decades, we kind of held out for the decade with the most insane contributions; memorable painted posters that have stood the test of time and held their ground.  Marketing team-designed art…
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