Nick Spacek

The story of Memphis and its obsession with the squared circle is explored in the new documentary Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin’.

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‘The Other F Word’ is a documentary about punk rockers who are used to bucking authority and now find it hard to assimilate to fatherhood and keep their punk attitudes. Sounds interesting, but how’s the movie?

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At festivals now, ‘Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone’ is an effective rock documentary of a one-of-a-kind alternative band that should have been bigger.

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The first film in this month’s Horror Remix is 1987′s The Video Dead. It’s poorly acted, and is about a cursed television set that brings forth zombies upon the world. It’s pretty much as fantastic as it sounds.

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Two really cheesy horror flicks that may brighten your Halloween movie-watching this season: The atrociously hilarious ‘Bloody Pit of Horror’ and a ‘Creeping Terror’ that looks like a bunch of gents under a large shag rug.

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PC Treasures makes a series of double-feature DVDs of public-domain films. In honor of the Halloween Horror Marathon, this Seeing Double column features ‘Atom Age Vampire’ and ‘Revolt of the Zombies.’

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A different take on the classic horror anthology — ‘Tales From the Hood’ is like a feature-length collection of films inspired by the video for Snoop Dogg’s “Murder Was the Case.”

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1974′s Black Christmas is considered a classic, especially due to the fact that so many of it’s tropes have been lifted by films that succeeded it.

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Scene-Stealers sitegoer Nick Spacek is a self-described “rock star journalist.” He likes going to “rock shows. Punk shows. Shows where there’s cigarette smoke hanging in the air. Staying up until 2am, driving an hour, and going to work on two hours’ sleep. My ears ringing for hours afterward. Cheap beer and finger pointing while I [...]

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