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List vs List vs List: Cult Film Club’s Top 15 Movie Hackers

Since the Cult Film Club just covered 1995′s Hackers, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to explore some of our favorite silver screen computer geniuses.  We each narrowed our favorites More »

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Cult Film Club Episode 25: Hackers

Pax, Jaime and Shawn are back this month with the 25th episode of the Cult Film Club.  Since we’ve been sort of on a roll choosing some of our all time favorite More »

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You’re in love with a….WTF?!?

While discussing Mannequin on the latest episode of the Cult Film Club we brought up the fact that in the 80s “unconventional” romances on film was sort of a thing.  You know, More »

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30 Things We LOVE About…Mannequin!

We’re almost caught up on our 30 Things lists from our monthly movies series, so today we’ve keeping it current by taking a closer look at the film we just covered on More »

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Cult Film Club Episode 24 – Mannequin!

On this episode of the Cult Film club hosts Jaime, Pax and Shawn finally cover their first romantic comedy (FINALLY, RIGHT?!) as they take a trip to 1987 to revisit the Andrew More »

From the Archives…Starlog on YSH

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As a guy who has his head buried in the 80s I probably spend an inordinate amount of time collecting old back issues of magazines like Cinemafantastique, Fangoria and Starlog.  I have a pretty extensive collection actually and love any excuse to go spelunking through the stacks looking for articles.  Since we decided to cover

Cult Film Club Episode 23: Young Sherlock Holmes

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Pax, Shawn and Jaime take a cue from the wintery season and break out an under-appreciated childhood favorite from 1985, Young Sherlock Holmes! Directed by Barry Levinson (Diner, Wag the Dog) and written by Chris Columbus (Harry Potter, Goonies, Home Alone), the film stars a cast

The Movie Section: What movies were out with Young Guns?

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So, we’ve just covered the Young Guns movies. Let’s take a look at the movie theater landscape the years that these movies came out. Here’s a newspaper ad for the original Young Guns. It was cut out of my hometown paper, The Birmingham News, back in 1988, right after I saw it. I used to

Cult Film Club Episode 22b: Young Guns II!

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Paxton, Jaime and Shawn get back up on the saddle and follow the Mexican Blackbird down to Old Mexico while they dodge the attempts of Pat Garrett to capture them, all while discussing the 1990 brat pack western sequel Young Guns II! Starring Emilio Estevez, Kiefer

List vs List, Cult Film Club’s Top 10 Gunfighters

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Hello everyone, this is Pax, one-third of your co-hosts for Cult Film Club. With the appearance of our Young Guns double feature this month, Shawn and I have further outed ourselves as big Western fans (originally discussed in our first western, Django, back in episode 3).  And for both of us, Young Guns is where

Cult Film Club Episode 22a: Young Guns!

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Paxton, Jaime and Shawn strap on their colts, get deputized to avenge the death of their friend, and experiment with peyote as they discuss the 1988 brat pack western Young Guns! Starring Emilo Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Dermot Mulroney, Casey Siemaszko, Jack

Cult Film Club Episode 21: The Midnight Hour

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Welcome back Ghouls and Boils to our 2nd annual Cult Film Club Halloween Special. This year Jaime, Paxton and Shawn are covering their first made-for-TV cult flick, the 1985 ABC Special Presentation of The Midnight Hour! Starring Lee Montgomery, Shari Belafonte, LeVar Burton, Peter DeLuise, Dedee Pfeifer, Kevin McCarthy, and Jonelle Allen, the film centers

Cult Film Club Episode 20: Streets of Fire

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We’re back with a brand spanking new episode of the Cult Film Club this week, where we collectively crap our pants over the awesomness that is Walter Hill’s “rock & roll fable” from 1984, STREETS OF FIRE! Though a commercial and critical failure, this high-concept action/drama is a stylystic wonder that blends together different decades,

Cult Film Club Episode 19: The Specials

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After enjoying the heck out of James Gunn’s recently blockbuster hit Guardians of the Galaxy, the CFC thought it was a great opportunity to take a look at one of Gunn’s first forays into the cinematic super hero genre.  Sure, he also wrote and directed Super, but a decade before that he wrote and starred

Top Five Space Debris Horror Flicks

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It’s been a little while since I sat down to write a weird top five list and for some reason this morning I woke up with a couple of movies that were on my mind that all had a loosely interconnected theme, so I thought it would be fun to take a look at my