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Old, Oldboy: THE MAN FROM EARTH Quirky Queue Film Review

By at January 30, 2013 | 11:05 pm | 0 Comment

Old, Oldboy: THE MAN FROM EARTH Quirky Queue Film Review

5 / 5 stars Science fiction just wouldn’t be the same without Jerome Bixby. His stories have inspired classic television and film, and his scripts are just as memorable. One of his short stories was adapted for The Twilight Zone episode "It’s a Good Life." Another, which he co-authored, became the inspiration for the classic film of miniaturization Fantastic Voyage more...

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Holiday Hangover: The Quirky Queue’s SANTA’S SLAY Film Review

By at January 6, 2013 | 8:22 am | 0 Comment

Holiday Hangover: The Quirky Queue’s SANTA’S SLAY Film Review

3 / 5 stars This year’s Quirky Queue Christmas movie has been getting some buzz on cult blogs. And as your intrepid reviewer, I felt it my duty to give it a watch and let you know if it's worth your time, either now or during the 2013 holiday season. Released straight to DVD back in 2005, Santa’s Slay has late-night cable movie written all over it. It contains all more...

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Youth Shall Inherit the Government: WILD IN THE STREETS Quirky Queue Film Review

By at December 1, 2012 | 7:38 pm | 1 Comments

Youth Shall Inherit the Government: WILD IN THE STREETS Quirky Queue Film Review

4 / 5 stars Did this past election season scramble your brain? Fry your sensibilities? Eviscerate your tolerance for bad taste? Don’t fret. Once again, the Quirky Queue is here to the rescue, this time straight from the 1960s! This month's entry, Wild In The Streets, is a farcical and sometimes frightening look at what happens when pop culture and politics collide. more...

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Run! The Quirky Queue Reviews Unknown Zombie Films

By at October 2, 2012 | 12:17 pm | 1 Comments

Run! The Quirky Queue Reviews Unknown Zombie Films

​Zombies are everywhere. The mythic monsters really have invaded every facet of our culture. From television’s The Walking Dead to the books of Max Brooks (son of Mel and author of “The Zombie Survival Guide” and “World War Z”), to a slew of new zombie comic books, ahem, I mean graphic novels, to table-top board games and video games, the undead have literally more...

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