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*contains spoilers “Ants communicate by chemicals,” according to an actual quote by Stanford University professor Deborah M. Gordon and this is reinforced by director Bert I Gordon’s (1922-) – yes Mr BIG himself – Empire of the Ants (1977) where once again we have a nuclear link, this time nuclear waste polluting the ocean and…

Read more The Cult and Atonement of The Ant Bully but not Them! (1954) Part Two

*contains spoilers Director Paul Campion (1967-) is originally from England. He has directed award winning short films such as Night of the Hell Hamsters (2006) and Eel Girl (2008). He worked on visual effects for the Lord of the Rings Trilogy (2001,2002, 2003) as a digital texture painter of characters such as Balrog, Shelob and…

Read more Director Paul Campion on the Making of Cult Movie The Devil’s Rock

*contains spoilers In Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) we are shown in fictional broad strokes how the Nazis and their leader Adolf Hitler (1889-1945 suicide) were interested in the supernatural as a possible source of weaponry – in this case the Ark of the Covenant. This relic which reputedly carried the Ten Commandments was…

Read more The Cult of the Nazi Supernatural in The Devil’s Rock and Others

*contains spoilers Director Ursula Dabrowsky, I am surprised to find, is the alter ego of producer Sue Brown. Hailing, originally, from Canada, she studied film at university. Settling in Adelaide, she worked in Australia on the series Chuck Finn (1999) and made her first feature entitled Getting the Dirt on Trish in 2001. She also…

Read more Director Ursula Dabrowsky on Family Demons, Inner Demon, her Demon Trilogy and more…

*contains spoilers Adelaide director Ursula Dabrowsky (no info) has made two modest but vastly entertaining horror movies and they are entitled Family Demons (2009) and Inner Demon (2014). Family Demon is presented in the strangest of narratives – like the crime or crimes in the movie, they too are strange – physically and psychically. And…

Read more The Demons of Horror Director Ursula Dabrowsky and Others (Part One)