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In her belated Halloween special, Full of Questions showcases the first horror movie to ever come out of the Soviet Union. Based on a short story by Nikolai Gogol, which was in turn based on a Ukrainian folk tale, Viy (original title: Вий) tells the story of a priest-in-training who, after beating a woman to death (hey, she was a witch), is forced to spend three days praying over her body... but she's not quite dead.
And no, in Soviet Russia, film does not review you!
Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
“This film has an even more misleading title than Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan.”Stargate SG-1 “Avenger 2.0”
“While it isn’t the worst concept for an episode ever, it’s still not winning fan love, twelve years after it aired. Okay, so maybe some fans love it, but this fan cringes over the existence of it.”Ishtar (1987): a recap (part 2)
“Even putting aside the absurd notion of a presumably devout Muslim woman flashing her tits in public, I really can’t imagine who thought this was funny.”God’s Not Dead (2014)
“The moral of the story appears to be clear: God may not be dead, but if you’re not a Christian, you soon will be, and He’ll make sure you have the most horrible, painful death possible.”The Theory of Everything (2014)
“Unlike A Beautiful Mind, at least The Theory of Everything can admit that the husband and wife at the center of its story eventually got a divorce.”The Delta Force (1986) and the 1980s Reaganian action film
“The Delta Force is so brazen in its jingoism, so earnest in its desire to entertain, and so unencumbered by aesthetic taste or good judgment that you can’t help but admire it.”
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