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(1959 horror movie)
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“Those who hunt by night will tell you that the wildest and most vicious of all animals is the tiny shrew. The shrew feeds only by the dark of the moon. He must eat his own body weight every few hours or starve. And the shrew devours everything. Bones, flesh,...

(1961 movie monster)
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Like nothing you’ve ever seen before ! Context Gorgo was a 1961 monster mash. It could be considered a British take on Godzilla. Its classic giant monster also appeared in many Charlton comics. It’s notable that no women were cast in this film other than extras. This...

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Catch the Bug! Context Herbie is Disney’s sentient 1963 Volkswagen Beetle (he/him) with a lot of heart. He appeared in four movies from 1968 – 1980. A 1982 TV series, sadly, lasted only five episodes. The basis for the first movie and Herbie, is the novel Car, Boy, Girl by...

(Manos: the Hands of Fate)
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Context Manos: the hands of fate is a 1966 cult classic film. It is often claimed to be the worst movie of all time. It was featured on an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000  in 1993. Every film featured on MST3K after it would be compared to Manos. Yeah, it was...

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An interesting aspect for a 50’s film was Faith Domergue’s liberated character, Professor Lesley Joyce, who was devoted to her career and enjoyed being wooed by both lead men. When Commander Matthews rather arrogantly thought she’d change some of her career plans after he...

(20 million miles to Earth)
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Context A powerful humanoid lizard-like creature from Venus that grows at an accelerated rate in Earth’s atmosphere. This creature is the star of a 1957 monster flick, best-known for Ray Harryhausen ’ special effects. The working title of 20 million miles to Earth was The...

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Context This was a 1953 movie, in the “atomic horror” giant monster genre. We like those. These monster mashes, such as Them! or Godzilla, were emblematic of 1950 pop culture. Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, with its stop animation, was an inspiration for Godzilla. The...

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“Screaming down from the stratosphere. Fantastic flying monster… 17 million years old… bigger than a battleship… faster than a jet plane… making war on all mankind… PANIC from Broadway to Bombay ! Atom Age science helpless against Ice Age...

(1941 Republic serial version)
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But I appreciate the “Golden Age” take I had never seen before. In reading background, it was generally considered to be the best movie serial ever made except for the Flash Gordon serials. The sequences of Cap in flight were amazing considering the era and the budget. It was...

(Cinematic version)
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Context This is a gisted profile for James Bond as he appears in the movies (as opposed to novels or video games). It thus covers all eras and actors up to 2012 and Die Another Day. James Bond being reportedly one of the most famous modern fictional characters, we’ll assume that further...