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Amazing Stories, December 1936

2013-03-28

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Hotel (1967)

2013-03-27

With a reservation for over two hours and the very fate of the title character itself on the line, Hotel is surely that sweeping epic of what happens at check...…

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Popular Science, March 1945

2013-03-27

There’s nothing like snarking at the idealistic optimism of the past, so leave a caption!…

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Magnum Force (1973)

2013-03-27

Blanket Spoiler Warning for a forty year old film you should’ve already seen. But, then again, who am I to talk? I’ve seen pieces of Magnum Force over the decades, and everyone’s seen the clip of Harry saying, “Man’s got … Continue reading

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We Walk Alone by Ann Aldrich

2013-03-26

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Walk With the Devil by Elliott Arnold

2013-03-25

If your Monday’s not treating you right, come to the site that will! Leave a caption! (click for the larger version)…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show, Ep. 61: Ip Man

2013-03-25

As March-ial Arts month come to a close the trio picked a modern Wushu film based on a legendary Wushu master. Legend and lore has it Ip Man (or Yip Man) trained the kung-fu film legend Bruce Lee and the … Continue reading

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

2013-03-22

Our review of the long-awaited (by me, anyway) second feature from Stephen Chbosky, starring Logan (3:10 to Yuma) Lerman, Ezra “Kevin” Miller and Emma “Haven’t I seen you somewhere before?” Watson.…

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So Young, So Cold, So Fair by John Creasey

2013-03-22

Here’s a cheery little image to last you the weekend… (click for the extra-large version)…

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Super-Detective, February 1950

2013-03-21

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Unknown Island (1948)

2013-03-20

Generally speaking, Dinosaurs make everything better. However, when you get down to the specifics, you’ll likely find “better” often translates out to “better than nothing” or “not complete shit.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, is usually blamed … Continue reading

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Legend of Lylah Clare, The (1968)

2013-03-20

I’m still not sure what I was supposed to take away from this movie. Was it the necessity to have hand railings attached to large staircases? Or maybe it was...…

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Astounding Science Fiction, December 1951

2013-03-20

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Short Stories, June 1949

2013-03-19

Only Tuesday? ONLY TUESDAY??? (Sigh.) (click for the larger version)…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show, Ep. 60: Another Django Heard From

2013-03-18

It has taken slightly over a year but the Traumatic Cinematic show has finally logged their 60th episode. In celebration, and to keep in line with March-ial Arts Month, the trio delved deep into Takashi Miike’s spaghetti western kung-fu extravaganza … Continue reading

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Real Western August 1949

2013-03-18

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End of the Line by Stanley Baron

2013-03-15

Here’s a little something (by which I mean a big something) to keep you company for the weekend. (click for the EXTRA-SUPER-large version)…

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Ghost of A Podcast from the After Movie Diner

2013-03-15

Due to my own foolish hubris, I once again stepped through the glass doors of the After Movie Diner to discuss Ghost Rider with host (and Devil’s bounty hunter) Jon Cross. Specifically, the two pathetic thalidomide babies that pass for Ghost … Continue reading

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Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck

2013-03-14

Yes, John Steinbeck. Don’t be unnerved by the big-time author — caption this like it needs to be captioned! (click for the extra-super-large version)…

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Chronicle (2012)

2013-03-13

Our review of the 2012 superpowered-teenagers-coming-of-age movie we deserve, which also happens to be exactly the superpowered-teenagers-coming-of-age movie we needed last year. In fact, we needed the damn thing ten years ago, but this movie was too g...…

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Daybreak–2250 A.D. by Andre Norton

2013-03-13

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Authentic Science Fiction, December 1951

2013-03-12

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show, Ep. 59: Fearlessly Drinking Sassafras

2013-03-12

This is our 2nd installment in our March-ial Arts month spectacular and we bring you Jet Li’s “last martial arts movie” Fearless. We invited a special guest on the show from the Movies, Cigars, and Beer podcast Keith Hughes and … Continue reading

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Scream and Scream Again (1970)

2013-03-11

Following the aimless The Oblong Box that almost teamed up Vincent Price and Christopher Lee, director Gordon Hessler was at it again later that same year when he signed up...…

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All-Story Weekly, June 5, 1920

2013-03-11

grumble grumble mutter daylight savings bah grumble here’s your pulp (click for the EXTRA-SUPER-DUPER-large version)…

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Death For Sale by Henry Kane

2013-03-08

Here’s something good and large to hold you over for the weekend. Enjoy! (click for the EXTRA-SUPER-large version)…

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True War, July 1958

2013-03-07

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Wild West Weekly, April 16, 1932

2013-03-06

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An Announcement: Crash Re-course

2013-03-06

First, the sad news: no new video this week. But in much happier news, there’s no new video (a) because Emerald City Comic Con was last weekend and (b) – we got ourselves a whole stack of new A/V equipment … Continue reading

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Opium Venture by Gerald Sparrow

2013-03-05

If your caption wins the monthly contest, you get free crap! What a deal! (click for the EXTRA-LARGE version)…

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Marie of the Isles (1960)

2013-03-05

When the French teamed up with the Italians in 1959 to make a pirate movie for release the next year, one could be forgiven if the viewer was antsy that...…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show Ep. 58: Enter March-ial Arts

2013-03-04

Around these parts March is traditionally martial arts month (yes we made that up) and to kick it all off we viewed and discussed Bruce Lee’s masterpiece Enter the Dragon. Tune in to see if this film is old hat … Continue reading

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Galaxy, December 1962

2013-03-04

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Drums of Destiny by Peter Bourne

2013-03-01

Congratulations to RogerBW, who wins the February caption contest with this caption! Roger’s prize is the ebook Arcane II! If you want to know how YOU can be similarly rewarded for your cleverness, click here! (click for the extra-large version)…

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 (2013)

2013-03-01

Part 4: More Comic Book History You Don’t Care About But Need to Know in Order to Understand What the Hell’s Going On in This Review: Since Warner Brothers insisted on adapting this story into two, one hour and twelve minute movies … Continue reading

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Gyrator Control by King Lang

2013-02-28

It’s the last day of the month! Wring the wittiness out of your brain for the monthly caption contest! (click for the larger version)…

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Man’s Life, September 1958

2013-02-27

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Battleship (2012)

2013-02-27

Our review of yet another the Alien Invasion movie from Hasboro, “the company that brought you Transformers.” Directed by Peter Berg, the director of Hancock because this is was such a better use of his time. Indeed, God help us … Continue reading

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Doc Savage, August 1936

2013-02-26

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Breezy Stories, August 1941

2013-02-25

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show: Ep. 57: Foxy Brown

2013-02-25

To close out Black History month we at the TCPodcast studio decided since we’ve already tasted the modern throwback Blaxploitation film Black Dynamite we needed to also view one of the greatest and most copied films from the genre. Pam … Continue reading

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River of Death (1989)

2013-02-23

Michael Dudikoff in a Indiana Jones-inspired adventure battling Nazis and in search of a lost city in the Amazon! How can that movie possibly be anything other than jungle action...…

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Bruce Lee vs. Gay Power (1975)

2013-02-22

In the end, Bruce Lee vs. Gay Power is little more than a curio: a kung fu-comedy-Western of sorts with a memorable name and a country of origin that most people wouldn’t expect such a film to be made in.…

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Angry River (1971)

2013-02-22

Angry River (1971) (aka O Rio Bravo de Shaolin) The Martial World in China, circa the Ming Dynasty, is having a little problem. You see, some rat bastard is going around and killing everybody with poison darts. Heck, even brides-to-be are being murdere...…

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All-Story Cavalier Weekly, June 27, 1914

2013-02-22

With pulps, as with everything, go big or go home! (Please, let me go home…) (click for the EXTRA-SUPER-LARGE version)…

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Destroy All Monsters (1968)

2013-02-22

For G-fans, this is the Big One, the culmination of all that came before. It’s easy to see why since Kaijû sôshingeki (“Charge” or “Invasion” or “Attack of the Monsters“; take your pick) hits the ground running with none of … Continue reading

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KG: Karate Girl (2011)

2013-02-22

KG: Karate Girl (2011) In 2011, there was movie released in Hong Kong called Choy Lee Fut. The movie was, in my eyes, an attempt to cash in on the success of the Ip Man films in that it tried to glorify a Southern Chinese kung fu style, namely choy lee...…

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King of Fighters (2010)

2013-02-22

Oh, and why even go through all the trouble to put a story into the movie if it’s going to be as retarded as it is? Did you not learn anything from Enter the Dragon, Bloodsport, and Mortal Kombat? When doing a tournament film, it’s best to keep the plots and characters thin and the action thick and fast.…

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Ichi (2008)

2013-02-22

Ichi (2008) I was excited to watch and review this film. Lord knows that this site needs more representatives from the chambara genre to balance out the large number of martial arts films from Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan that I’ve covered over the past few years. Said chambara films aren’t extremely common here in [...]…

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Modern Mechanix, December 1934

2013-02-21

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Platoon Leader (1988)

2013-02-20

You might not expect that a Michael Dudikoff movie about him in charge of some grunts in Vietnam would be very realistic. It would be easy to believe that the...…

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Thrilling Wonder Stories, January 1941

2013-02-20

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John Carter (2012)

2013-02-20

Our review of the long-awaited (by some of us) adaption of Edgar Rice Burroughs ‘ A Princess of Mars. Good news is: it comes to us from the director of Wall-E and writer of three Toy Stories. Bad news is: … Continue reading

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Juliet Dies Twice by Lange Lewis

2013-02-19

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Man’s Exploits, December 1963

2013-02-18

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show, Ep 56: Black Dynamite

2013-02-18

William Bruce West (@WilliamBWest) joins the crew as we celebrate Black History Month with the 2009 retro blaxploitation extravaganza, Black Dynamite. Find William Bruce West on Twitter @WilliamBWest and check out his website williambrucewest.com/ Send hate mail to TrauamticCinematic@gmail.com Find us on … Continue reading

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The Devil Rides Out by Dennis Wheatley

2013-02-15

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Prelude to Love by Marcia Ford

2013-02-14

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Lawman’s Feud by Steve Frazee

2013-02-13

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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012)

2013-02-13

Our review of the long-awaited (?) sequel to 2007′s Ghost Rider, still inexplicably starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Mark Neveldine & Brian Taylor, writer/directors of Crank, Crank 2, Gamer, and Jonah Hex. (But no one wants to talk about … Continue reading

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Cat and Mouse by Christianna Brand

2013-02-12

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No Retreat, No Surrender (1986)

2013-02-12

Mental illness can have a devastating impact on a person’s life. Relationships with family and loved ones are jeopardized. The ability to hold a job can become difficult to near...…

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Blue Book, August 1942

2013-02-11

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Amazing Stories Quarterly, Spring 1930

2013-02-08

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)

2013-02-08

Robert Lewis Stevenson was one of those rare good writers lucky enough to be famous in his own time. I may not like Treasure Island but a lot of people do and even more did at the time of its original … Continue reading

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Authentic Detective Cases, Winter 1944

2013-02-07

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show: Ep . 48 Merry Cadaver Xmas Special

2012-12-28

One last Christmas gift to you, our loving blood thirsty listeners. 1 hour of this show is Mike and MuGumBo’s review of the indie horror holiday film Cadaver Christmas and the other half hour is some of MuGumBo’s favorite holiday … Continue reading

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show: Ep. 47 Orgy of Rare Exports

2012-12-26

In this episode the @TCPodcastCrew figures out that 4 podcasters is considered an “orgy” of podcasting. Mr. Dunn (@CM_MattD) sits in with the trio as they explore the Finnish Christmas tale Rare Exports. Listen along as the four guys pull-a-sleigh … Continue reading

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show: Episode 45: 3 Wizemen Productions

2012-12-14

This week two thirds of the TCPodcastCrew gets up close and personal with one third of and the voice of 3 Wizemen Productions Corey Miller. Listen to them discuss the motivations of indie film creation along with all the things … Continue reading...…

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Traumatic Cinematic Show, Ep. 42: Gobble Gobble Mother F*%$ker

2012-11-18

Nothing says “Happy Thanksgiving” like the killer turkey movie called ThanksKilling. The TC trio brings you a special episode this week with a whole lot more flavor than just a film review. They also interview one of the leading actors &#82...…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Show Ep. 41: Clue Dunnit?

2012-11-13

A classic tale based off a board game nearly everyone has played. Join the TC Podcast Crew in their exploration of this star studded cast and the buckets full of mystery, murder, and puns. See if you can figure out … Continue reading →…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Podcast vs. RoboCop

2012-11-06

Having worn ourselves out with Hitchcock, the Traumatic Cinematic crew retreats to back into our generation’s comfort zone with the greatest film of 1987 (says me, that’s who): RoboCop. See…whatever your mind’s eye can conjure�...…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Podcast – Hitchcocktober Episode IV – A New Terror

2012-10-30

Hitchcocktober concludes with a look at 1960′s The Birds and a little 2008 film it apparently inspired: Birdemic. One marks a transition point in the history of modern horror. The other is one of the worst movies ever made by the hand … C...…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Halloween Variety Show Spectacular

2012-10-29

In honor of this Most Wonderful Time of the Year, when the boundaries between worlds are at their thinnest, The Traumatic Cinematic Podcast presents exactly 66 minutes and 6 seconds of spooky (and, in one noteworthy instance, sexy) stories from the &#...…

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A Podcast From the After Movie Diner’s Revenge

2012-10-25

To honor of this most horrorderful time of the year, I revisit friend of the show(s) Jon Cross’ After Movie Diner to discuss The Evil Dead, Evil Clergyman, Lords of Salem, The Thing, Tremors, Godzilla, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible ...…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Podcast – Hitichcocktober Episode III – Revenge of the Creepy Guys

2012-10-22

In this third installment of Traumatic Cinematic’s celebration of Alfred Hitchcock, we discuss my third favorite film of 1951, Strangers on a Train – and the many, many films it went on to inspire. Including Danny DeVito’s feature fil...…

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The Traumatic Cinematic Podcast: Hitchcocktober Episode I – The Phantom Sequel

2012-10-08

Hitchcocktober – our month-long celebration/exploration/exculpation of Alfred Hitchcock’s films -  begins! Join the Traumatic Cinematic crew as we discuss 1960′s sub-genre creating masterpiece, Psycho, and it’s surprisingly-be...…

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