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A Dario Dud: The Quirky Queue PHENOMENA Film Review

By at October 23, 2013 | 9:47 pm | 5 Comments

A Dario Dud: The Quirky Queue PHENOMENA Film Review

2 / 5 stars For the past 40 years, Dario Argento has become a filmmaking icon for all horror fans with his uniquely original, gore-filled creations, with Argento movies like Opera and Suspiria familiar to just about every worshipper of the genre. This month, The Queue takes a look at one of Argento's less talked-about endeavors, the mid-1980s' Phenomena. With Phenomena more...

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Quirky Queue Goes Back to (Super) School: SKY HIGH Film Review

By at August 24, 2013 | 10:37 pm | 0 Comment

Quirky Queue Goes Back to (Super) School: SKY HIGH Film Review

4 / 5 stars I know what you’re thinking. How could we possibly pick a live-action Disney film for the Quirky Queue? One that came and went in 2005 faster than Superman changes into his tights? What enjoyment could Sky High hold for anyone over the age of 16? Let's start with the cast: Kurt Russell, Bruce Campbell, Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald and Lynda Carter. Here we more...

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1980s Video Stardom: The Quirky Queue TAPEHEADS Film Review

By at May 7, 2013 | 11:16 pm | 0 Comment

1980s Video Stardom: The Quirky Queue TAPEHEADS Film Review

5 / 5 stars I still recall the first night that MTV hit the airwaves. Although most footage at the time was merely from old concerts, it didn’t take long for the music video format to take the record business by storm. Fueled by the visual rather than the aural, MTV successfully shifted the culture into focusing on artists who looked stylish and exciting rather than more...

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Culture Crash: The Quirky Queue’s THE INFIDEL Film Review

By at March 14, 2013 | 6:19 am | 2 Comments

Culture Crash: The Quirky Queue’s THE INFIDEL Film Review

4 / 5 stars It has been theorized that the roots of the Arab-Jewish conflict lie in one of the earliest tales of the Torah. Before Abraham begot Issac, he impregnated Hagar who gave birth to Ishmael. After being expelled from home, Hagar’s lament is heard by God, who promises to make her son the father of all Arabs. Thus, Jews and Arabs are half-brothers. In the more...

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