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'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' TV Series Still Has the Cool Factor

Before there was Sam and Dean Winchester, before there was Mulder and Scully, Starsky and Hutch, there was Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin.

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Fox Horror Classics Collection, Vol. 2

This set might look fun and scary, but much like when you reach into a bag for a handful of candy, what you hope for may not be what you get.

Jeremy Estes
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Vincent Price

Price will forever be associated with wicked offings and projects injected with more than a syringe full of silliness.

Emma Simmonds
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The Fly Collection

The 1958 film remains a marvel. Unfortunately, as this box set confirms, there were too many additional 'flies' in the franchise's cinematic ointment.

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Witchfinder General

Witchfinder General fits less in the genre of horror than in the kind of films that would follow in the ‘70s with tales of torture, survival and revenge like Straw Dogs and Deliverance.

Brian Holcomb
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The First Films of Samuel Fuller

I Shot Jesse James, The Baron of Arizona, and The Steel Helmet were shot on shoestring budgets and had unforgiving production schedules, but they're accomplished little feats of maverick filmmaking.

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Laura (1944)

Waldo is so deliciously dark and mean-spirited, so loquaciously intolerant of those he deems beneath him, that he's delightful.

Cynthia Fuchs

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