Tag Archives: Tony Gardner

‘LIVING WITH CHUCKY’ Review and Interview With Creator Kyra Gardner

Most people wouldn’t put “heartfelt” and “Chucky” in the same sentence. After all, the red sneaker-clad doll is a brutal little guy who shows no mercy. However, with her new documentary Living with Chucky, which heads to Screambox and all major digital platforms on April 4, Kyra Gardner manages to …

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{Exclusive} Friend ‘Til The End: Interview With Kyra Gardner About Her ‘Living With Chucky’ Documentary

Kyra Gardner fondly remembers scaring the living daylights out of her childhood friends. Rather than princess-themed birthday parties, this October baby opted for Halloween-inspired gatherings that always featured her red-haired, overall-clad “little older brother.” As the daughter of puppeteer and special effects master Tony Gardner, who joined Don Mancini’s Child’s Play franchise in …

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‘Darkman’ (1990) At 30: Superhero Mayhem Before It Was Cool

Darkman (1990)

Tim Burton’s Batman was a cultural phenomenon that changed the Hollywood cinematic landscape. In the summer of 1989, the caped crusader lit up the box office to the tune of $400 million dollars and single handedly brought superhero films back into the limelight. Universal Studios, which had passed on Batman …

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The Craft (1996) Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Announced

Scream Factory keeps cranking ’em out and our wallets keep weeping. The latest announcement from the prolific genre home video company? A Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release of the 1996 classic The Craft! Two years before the Charmed ones broke out the Power of Three for The WB, these 4 witches …

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Review – Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)

Zombies are the blue-collar monsters in horror. They aren’t very complicated creatures and they work well with almost any budget size without relying heavily on acting. Zombie comedies are especially popular, with new releases finding distribution every few months. Now, director and Christopher Landon, who is known for his work …

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