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Sean McClannahan

Sean McClannahan is a freelance film journalist and is the founder of Movie Time And Beyond. His passion for movies and pop culture knows no limits.

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Filmmaker Gary Sherman has made some adequate and interesting films throughout his career, but for my money, none are as thrilling and entertaining as Vice Squad from 1982. The opening theme song “Neon Slime” is

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Ash vs Evil Dead is at it’s worst a victim of giving into relentless fan service and a fun adventure building it’s own mythos within that tight construct at best. Season one goes narratively down familiar tropes

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There are two John Carpenter films being released on July 24th by Scream Factory, with more shortly to follow (Starman was just announced at Comic Con and Someone’s Watching Me! will be released on August 7th.) I am

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There were some films that came out in the eighties’ that would place a somewhat average character into a chain of bizarre events that become more and more surreal that all take place in the

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In 1987 it was beyond easy for an inventive film like Three O’Clock High to unfortunately get lost in the shuffle. In the wake of popularity following John Hughes’  successful coming of age comedies and

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This past week Universal’s 2017 introduction to their proposed Dark Universe made it’s way to Blu-ray and as much as I love the idea of bringing the Universal Monsters I love and adore to a

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In the first fifteen minutes of A Dark Song I wasn’t entirely sure that this slow burn indie horror movie from Ireland was going to work for me as the narrative takes it’s time introducing

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It would be near impossible to discuss this new adaptation of Stephen King’s phenomenally creepy novel without mentioning the 1990 television mini-series that many hold dear to their hearts. After revisiting the mini-series a couple

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Long gone are the colored spandex uniforms and the goofy antics of Bulk and Skull from Saban’s early nineties’ phenomenon that was adapted for a young American audience by taking Japanese elements and stock footage

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Let me get one thing out of the way before getting into Kong: Skull Island that might be a deal breaker for some of you. If you’re expecting anything resembling the 1933 classic go back

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Much like Freddy Krueger, Chucky became more of a homicidal comedian with every sequel as the threatening and horrifying presence in the original film began to fade from his persona, until Don Mancini brought some

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Much like Blade Runner released on the same day back in 1982, John Carpenter’s The Thing suffered the cruel fate of opening shortly after Steven Spielberg’s E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Met with disappointing box office results

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It’s been forty years since the horror masterpiece that brought mainstream success to Brian De Palma and legendary reputation of author Stephen King with this brilliant adaptation of his first novel that holds up now

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Hey kids, guess what? I have good news and bad news, which would you like to hear first? Bad news first you say? Okay, here it goes. The bad news is that Fender Bender the

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