Codename Capricorn — Respectful Reel Review #24 — Mission: Impossible (1996)

MOVIE TITLE: Mission: Impossible IMDB YEAR RELEASED: 1996 GENRE: Secret Agent / Action Thriller STARRING: Tom Cruise / Jon Voight / Henry Czerny / Emanuelle Beart / Ving Rhames / Kristin Scott Thomas / Vanessa Redgrave / Jean Reno / Emilio Estevez DIRECTED BY: Brian De Palma SUMMARY: When Secret Agents Jim Phelps and Ethan […]

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Codename Capricorn: Hello, 2022!

To all our followers: geeks, nerds, freaks, collectors, and otherwise, I wish you all, Happy New Year! I don’t need to write about how 2021 was so challenging, so I won’t belabor the point, other than to repeat what I said about 2020. Thank the Good Lord that bitch is dead. This January our thoughts […]

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Respectful Reel Review #23: Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)

MOVIE TITLE: Silent Night, Deadly Night IMDB YEAR RELEASED: 1984 GENRE: Christmas Slasher / Psychological Horror STARRING: Robert Brian Wilson, Lilyan Chauvin, Gilmer McCormick, Toni Nero, Linnea Quigley, Britt Leach and Leo Geter DIRECTED BY: Charles E. Sellier, Jr. SUMMARY: A young man named Billy suffering from the post-traumatic stress of watching his parents killed […]

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Off the Rack #3: Marc Matos

As the holidays approach and I look around the dinner table to share with my loved ones, it is only natural to remember those who have passed away. My Mom for instance was a strong lady. Here, she’s about to unleash some discipline on an unsuspecting victim. I had lots of fights with her during […]

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Reading Sanctum #17

One of the highlights of my year was reading The Harvesting series by Melanie Karsak. This series of novels was a truly unique reading experience that begins with a global pandemic and quickly turns into a zombie apocalypse, but incorporates elements usually found in urban fantasies. I considered it something akin to a kitchen sink […]

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