Kieran Fisher

Kieran is a Contributor to the website you're currently reading. He also loves the movie Varsity Blues.
Alec Baldwin in Miami Blues

‘Miami Blues’ Brings Sunshine and Humor to the Life of Crime

By Kieran Fisher 

Alec Baldwin leads this Charles Willeford adaptation, and it’s one of the most entertaining performances of his career.

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Get Two Robert Forsters for the Price of One In ‘The Darker Side of Terror’

By Kieran Fisher 

“What happens when you create the world’s first perfect human … and he turns out to be your wife’s perfect lover?”

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Bond Fans Should Seek Out ‘Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins’

By Kieran Fisher 

The ‘Destroyer’ adaptation was made to cash in on the popularity of 007, but it offers more martial arts and weirdness.

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A Brief History of Horror-Westerns

By Kieran Fisher 

Horror and Westerns are two distinct genres, but they’ve proven to be strong companions throughout the years.

Guillermo Del Toro At the Mountains of Madness

Imagining a Universe Where Guillermo del Toro’s ‘At the Mountains of Madness’ Exists

By Kieran Fisher 

The only downside (or upside) is that it may have led to the ‘Alien’ franchise going in a much different direction.

The Class Sitcom

‘The Class’ Was More Ambitious Than Your Average Sitcom

By Kieran Fisher 

The short-lived sitcom came from reputable creators and featured a star-studded cast, but the format was too experimental for CBS at the time.

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‘Ritual of Evil’ Embraces the Satanism of Its Era

By Kieran Fisher 

“Against the background of a supernatural cult, a psychiatrist tries to find the motive in a motiveless suicide.”


Larry Cohen’s ‘Bone’ Remains a Biting and Daring Social Satire

By Kieran Fisher 

The world wasn’t ready for the charged-up black comedy in 1972, but the film’s power is everlasting.

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Don’t Trust Anyone in ‘A Taste of Evil’

By Kieran Fisher 

“What happened to little Susan was so horrible, she’s been away for seven years. Now she’s back… and so is the horror.”