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    Though media and technology have advanced, the themes that David Cronenberg chooses to focus on in his 1983 film Videodrome have not only remained relevant, but they seem more prescient. The director eyes the relations between humanity and the video world in the sci-fi body

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“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” These quoted words from The Fly resonate beyond the film. In fact, most people likely don’t even know the origin of the quotation. Still, despite the warning, director David Cronenberg invites the audience to view something beyond horror and science

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TOP 10 RETRO in Movies & Television. Here is my honest list. If you wonder why something isn’t here- well I probably didn’t want to watch it.   Sonic the Hedgehog 2: So much fun; so entertaining. The humor and special effects really carry this movie. Idris Elba

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Retro Movie of the Month goes to 1988's HELL COMES TO FROGTOWN. MadMax's bastard child. A future where human birth rates are at an all time low and reptilian mutations have evolved into the new age. No, it's not a David Icke lecture. It's Roddy

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USA’s UP ALL NIGHT episode “Toxic Avenger” Look at what I found. Looks like I’ve found an entire episode of USA Networks UP ALL NIGHT starring the late Gilbert Gottfried. See, in 1989 USA network was trying to establish a foothold on the burgeoning cable network

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Since I am unofficially the voice of nostalgic illegality on New Retro Wave and it's after midnight, I'd like to invite you all into the subterranean world once again. It's post 9/11 and Giuliani had already finished gutting and renovating damn near the entire city

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Anime Review: MADBULL 34 (warning: This anime is not intended for children. Due to sex, violence, rape, murder, foul language) Mad Bull 34 was adapted into a four-part original video animation released from December 21, 1990 to August 21, 1992. A sequel manga, Mad Bull 2000 (マッド・ブル

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Escape from the Bronx (Italian: Fuga dal Bronx), also known as Bronx Warriors 2 in the United Kingdom and Escape 2000, is a 1983 Italian action film directed by Enzo G. Castellari. It was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 under its Escape 2000 name.

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Babylon (1980) directed by Franco Rosso.  Written by Franco Rosso and Martin Stellman (Quadrophenia), and shot by two-time Academy Award winner Chris Menges  (The Killing Fields), Babylon is an incendiary portrait of racial tension and police brutality set in Brixton, London. The film, anchored by

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Jean-Michel Basquiat (December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988) The Brooklyn born child of a Puerto Rican mother and a Haitian father, what better chemistry for a brilliant child. A brilliant and radiant star that burned out too fast. But left a wonderful impact on the

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Ricky Powell, the downtown New York Zelig who with his point-and-shoot camera documented the early years of hip-hop’s ascendance as well as a host of other subcultural scenes and the celebrities and fringe characters who populated the city, was found dead on Feb. 1 in

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