Posts Tagged: 1990s

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Wishmaster (1997): Wishful thinking

“Be careful what you wish for.” Dir. Robert Kurtzman The Genie (djinn, rather) is out the lamp (ruby in this case) and wants three wishes from the bearer so he can call his friends from the other dimension and enslave

wishmaster junkieinthe attic
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Wishmaster (1997): Wishful thinking

“Be careful what you wish for.” Dir. Robert Kurtzman The Genie (djinn, rather) is out the lamp (ruby in this case) and wants three wishes from the bearer so he can call his friends from the other dimension and enslave

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Nick of Time (1995)

Almost in a subversive move, Johnny Depp plays everyday-businessman Gene Watson, who shortly after arriving with his young daughter at an Amtrak station, is hand-picked to assassinate a political candidate (Marsha Mason). Mr. Smith (Christopher Walken) gives him until 1:30, or else

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Nick of Time (1995)

Almost in a subversive move, Johnny Depp plays everyday-businessman Gene Watson, who shortly after arriving with his young daughter at an Amtrak station, is hand-picked to assassinate a political candidate (Marsha Mason). Mr. Smith (Christopher Walken) gives him until 1:30, or else

The X-Files – reopened, 13 key-episodes

Aliens, monsters, government conspiracies, a red-headed sceptic and a smart-mouthed believer. Well-filmed, well-acted and well thought out, each episode of The X-Files (1993-2002) was like a short film – whether part of a larger story or a ‘monster of the

The X-Files – reopened, 13 key-episodes

Aliens, monsters, government conspiracies, a red-headed sceptic and a smart-mouthed believer. Well-filmed, well-acted and well thought out, each episode of The X-Files (1993-2002) was like a short film – whether part of a larger story or a ‘monster of the

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Stephen King – Cinematic Redemption, 13 key films

Stephen King’s first horror-novel, 1974’s Carrie, was adapted by Brian De Palma two years later with surprise success and there began something of a snowball effect. The novel’s themes of teenage outcast, religious fundamentalism, along with the supernatural struck a chord.

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Stephen King – Cinematic Redemption, 13 key films

Stephen King’s first horror-novel, 1974’s Carrie, was adapted by Brian De Palma two years later with surprise success and there began something of a snowball effect. The novel’s themes of teenage outcast, religious fundamentalism, along with the supernatural struck a chord.