This time around, it's 1990s B-Movie silliness starting with 1990's The Guyver - starring Mark Hamill and Michael Berryman then heading over to 1990 for Class Of 1999 starring Stacy Keach and Malcolm McDowell. Lots of practical effects, cyborg teachers and bio-armour.

 

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From the meta-meta-textuality of Once Upon A Deadpool starring Ryan Reynolds and Fred Savage, we then go on to the third in M. Night Shyamalan's Eastrail 177 Trilogy, Glass starring Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Bruce Willis.

 

Two really different superhero movies.

 

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To end the year, I look at the original 1984 A Nightmare On Elm Street starring Heather Langenkamp and Robert Englund, then we move on to an Australian giant pig movie from 2017 Boar starring Nathan Jones and Roger Ward.

 

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This time around, it's space opera wall to wall. 1984's 2010 - The Year We Made Contact, the sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey, starring Roy Scheider and Helen Mirren, then we go on to 1969 for Hammer's only movie set in the future, the bugfuck crazy Moon Zero Two starring James Olsen, Catherine Schell and Warren Mitchell. 

 

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This one's a mad scientist special. The made in  Japan 1959 flick The Manster gives us a mad scientist who lives on a volcanic peak and 1966's The Frozen Dead gives us Dana Andrews trying to revive frozen Nazis. I hate Nazis, frozen or fresh.

 

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I'm back! This time I look at a 1960 movie that combines a gothic vampire story with erotica the Italian production The Playgirls And The Vampires. From there, it's on to 1999 for The Thirteenth Floor, a story of VR, AI and 1937 Los Angeles.

 

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This time around I'm looking at three genre movies that fail in different ways. First Jurassic World- Fallen Kingdom, then The Predator and finally Venom.

 

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From 1965 I talk about a small budget British science fiction movie Invasion starring Edward Judd, Invasion. This one shows what you can do on a small budget. From there it's Andrew Niccol's 2018 science fiction flick, Anon starring Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried. Asian aliens and augmented reality for everyone.

 

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This one's about body horror. From the Lovecraftian tentacular villagers of a Spanish village in Stuart Gordon's 2001 Dagon to the post-cyberpunk chip-in-the-neck of Upgrade, Leigh Whannell's 2018 science fiction action flick filmed here in Melbourne. Whether it's in the sea or an operating theatre, the bastards are going to get you.

 

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This time I look at two movies starring Laird Cregar. We start with the Jack The Ripper move The Lodger from 1944 also starring Merle Oberon and George Sanders then we go on to 1945's Hangover Square also starring George Sanders, and Linda Darnell. Cregar was a nmonstrously gifted actor who died way to soon in a very Hollywood way.

 

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