Rather a lot of new material to start off the new year:

Alien3 (1992), in which lightning stubbornly refuses to strike a third time, no matter how many writers the studio hires and fires…

Bloody Moon (1981), in which boarding schools for language studies are every bit as hazardous to your health as any summer camp in New Jersey…

Full Moon High (1981), which is sort of like a very rarely funny three-way head-on collision among Teen Wolf, Airplane!, and Young Frankenstein

In the Folds of the Flesh (1970), in which a damn good giallo unaccountably decides to suck with all its might for the last half hour…

Murder at the Baskervilles (1937), which the folks at Astor Pictures would like you to mistake for a sequel to The Hound of the Baskervilles, even though it is both two years older than that movie and British…

Stargate (1994), which is a good deal better than any Dean Devlin-Roland Emmerich production has any business being…

and…

A Study in Scarlet (1933), in which Sherlock Holmes evidently got impatient waiting around for someone to invent the slasher movie.



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