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Ramone

Ramone grew up on the rough and tough streets of Detroit (well, the rich suburbs) where he got his feet wet at his local high school’s radio station, WBLD at West Bloomfield High School in West Bloomfield, MI.  From there, he went on to attend WesternMichiganUniversity.  After interning for The Rocker Morning Show for a year, Ramone finally got his break doing weekends, nights, and is now currently holding down the mid-day madness 10am-3pmshift.  Ramone spends most of his time listening to 80′s Metal and 70′s Punk.  The rest of his time is spent spending his hard earned money on his lovely wife, Jamie.  On top of that, he also plays guitar and enjoys a good ol’ fashion grindhouse splatter flick.

Schedule

M-F 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Su 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Day 25: The Thing [Horror Film Review]

John Carpenter rules.  Period.  Let's look at his resume real quick; Halloween, Escape From New York, The Fog, Big Trouble in Little China, and the mother f$*@ing Thing!  In my book, the Thing has everything; great special effects, great acting, great characters, great atmosphere, and the most important thing in a horror movie, it's scary

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Day 24: Pit and the Pendulum [Horror Film Review]

The Pit and the Pendulum is one of the 7,000 movies Roger Corman directed that was "adapted" from an Edgar Allen Poe story and starred Vincent Price.  I use the word "adapted" loosely because all Roger Corman did was use the title of an Edgar Allen Poe story to help promote the film (we call this exploitation, boys and girls)

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Day 23: The Monster Squad [Horror Film Review]

The Monster Squad is like the Goonies, but with monsters!  And truthfully, I think it's better than the Goonies.  The Monster Squad has monsters, the Goonies has some fat kid who likes to shake his gut for his friends

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Day 22: The Beyond [Horror Film Review]

Lucio Fulci is the king of all things that go splat in Italy.  Zombie really put Fulci on the map (at least here in America) as the king of Italian splatter.  Everything that Fulci did on Zombie went a step further with The Beyond.  If yo

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Day 21: The Wolf Man [Horror Film Review]

"Even a man who is pure at heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright."

If there was ever a movie that just oozed Halloween season atmosphere, it's the Wolf Man

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Day 20: Hammer Horror [Horror Film Review]

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING BLOG IS ONE GIANT TRAIN OF THOUGHT. 

To be completely honest, I was never the biggest fan of Hammer Horror.  Now, that's not to say that I hate these films.  I think they'

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Day 19: Halloween 2 [Horror Film Review]

This movie doesn't get the love it deserves.  Sure, it's not as good as the original, but John Carpenter played a big part in getting Halloween 2 made.  One of the things that makes Halloween unique, is the lack of blood and gore in the film

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Day 18: [REC] [Horror Film Review]

is poop your pants scary.  'nuff said.

Another found footage film,  is about a young reporter and her film crew who follow a group of emergency workers into an apartment builder where they are locked in with

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Day 17: House of the Devil [Horror Film Review]

House of the Devil is by far the best 80s throwback horror film I've ever seen.  Back in the 80s, a lot of filmmakers were making 1950s horror/sci-fi throwbacks.  Those were good, but they still looked like a movie filmed in the 80s that takes place in the 50s

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Day 16: Dead Alive [Horror Film Review]

Years before Peter Jackson directed Lord of the Rings, he directed one of the bloodiest movies in the history of bloody movies.  Yes, you read that correctly; the dude who directed Lord of the Rings used to direct low budget gore films

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