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OKG Newsletter

Topic: MGM Limited Edition Collection


Things go 'worng' in sci-fi paradise


Rod Lott
Following up 1973's hit "Westworld" was the less-successful 1976 sequel, "Futureworld."
Monday, January 31, 2011

Blood Bath

Take the plunge for old-school scares


Rod Lott

In tone and in theme, Jack Hill and Stephanie Rothman’s “Blood Bath” from 1966 is reminiscent of Roger Corman’s “A Bucket of Blood” from 1959.
Friday, June 3, 2011

Captain America

Star-spangled s**t.


Rod Lott
Not long after “Batman” changed Hollywood in the summer of 1989, every studio wanted to have the next comics-based blockbuster. I remember visiting Penn Square Mall’s multiplex (as I did often back then) and seeing a poster for “Captain America.” The one-sheet was comprised of little more than a close-up of Cap’s iconic shield and a promise to arrive next summer.
Friday, September 2, 2011

Dark Angel

It comes in peace.


Rod Lott
When did 1990's "I Come in Peace" become "Dark Angel"? More importantly, why? Did some porno cop its title? Now people will confuse it with that one TV series Jessica Alba did for James Cameron before she became a movie star.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011