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Story by Chuck Tackett Thank You, Eli Roth: I Feel So Vindicated “Horror is the outland genre of cinema. Some people fear it. Others don’t respect it. That renegade status lets it go places no other genre can reach. Great horror films entertain and provoke us. They put society under a microscope, making us question […]

Story by Chuck Tackett It’s Not My Job To Provide Comfort To Trifling Ass Trumplicans “It was as if my very presence in the White House had triggered a deep-seated panic, a sense that the natural order had been disrupted, which is exactly what Donald Trump understood when he started peddling assertions, that I had […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Sean Connery’s Controversial Remarks Arise Again Following His Death “Never throw the first punch, but if anyone, regardless if it is a boy or a girl, puts their hands on you, beat their ass” Louise Trahan-Tackett my mother That bit of advice was handed down to me by my mother. When […]

Story by Chuck Tackett The Haunting Of Bly Manor “Dead doesn’t necessarily mean gone.” Flora Wingrave The Haunting of Bly Manor A couple of weeks ago, on Saturday, October 23rd, I was in the mood for some comedy relief, so I tuned in to watch “Saturday Night Live.” At the time, I had no idea […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Aplausos, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels  “It’s not just a freeway, it’s population control. You conquered the Chicanos with barriers of concrete and steel. You put them in the ghetto. Then you put up another freeway around the Coloreds, then the Jews, then the Chinese. They are not building roads they […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Ryan Murphy, Janet Mock Team Up For New Netflix Miniseries “I remember all the times that you called me an animal, but in Milwaukee, there is a cannibal.”  Fire and Earth 100% Natural XClan Starting production in January 2021, Netflix has given the green light for a new miniseries. Ryan Murphy […]

Story by Chuck Tackett “RATCHED” If you are a Baby Boomer or Gen X, you are probably familiar with the 1975 classic movie, “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest.” If you are a Millennial or a Gen Z, you may not have heard of this film. “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” was about a […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Must Watch Documentaries: Disclosure & Love Me Like You Should “The Trans person on the Red Carpet or the Trans character on television and film does sort of represent (inaudible) of Transness and may incite rage in a viewer. That viewer does not have access to the character. They have access […]

Story by Chuck Tackett Would An Alien Invasion Unite Us? If you are my friend or a regular reader of my weekly Chuck’s Chat blogs, you are cognizant of the fact that I am a huge zealot of classic horror movies from the 1930s to 1950s. The 1950s horror movies delighted me the most. Don’t […]

Story by Chuck Tackett “V Wars” If you are a friend of mine or a regular reader of my articles, then you are knowledgeable my “Calgon moments” are dancing and watching classical horror movies circa the1930s to the 1950s. The 1950s classic horror movies are especially special to me for the fact that they reflected […]


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