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The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966) – Review

When it comes to blending genres comedy and scares go hand in hand beautifully, the Abbott and Costello monster movies for Universal Pictures being classic examples of this, and it was in 1966 that Universal Pictures once again dove into…
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Welcome to Medfield College

Having a connected universe in a series of movies has almost become a cottage industry in Hollywood these days, the best current example of this being the Marvel Cinematic Universe which has raked in billions of dollars so far, but…
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Unidentified Flying Oddball (1979) – Review

The subgenre of science fiction/comedy was certainly no stranger to the Disney Studio as they made good money off such classics as The Absent Minded Professor and The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes but it was in 1979 that the studio…
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