Brad Gullickson

Brad Gullickson is a Weekly Columnist for Film School Rejects and Senior Curator for One Perfect Shot. When not rambling about movies here, he's rambling about comics as the co-host of Comic Book Couples Counseling. Hunt him down on Twitter: @MouthDork. (He/Him)
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Simon West Talks Immersing Himself in the Commando Lifestyle for ‘Stratton’

By Brad Gullickson 

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Sophie Skelton Argues for Fast and Slow Zombies in ‘Day of the Dead: Bloodline’

By Brad Gullickson 

The ‘Outlander’ star is thrilled, and a little curious, to enter into a new arena of fandom.

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‘Iron Man’ is Marvel’s Villain Problem

By Brad Gullickson 

We begin our countdown to ‘Avengers: Endgame’ with Jon Favreau’s ‘Iron Man,’ and ascertain the MCU’s true, exceptionally manicured, mustache-twirling villain.

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Johnathon Schaech Talks the Thrills of Zombie Flesh Eating in ‘Day of the Dead: Bloodline’

By Brad Gullickson 

Jonathan Schaech hopes that this second Day of the Dead remake will celebrate the genius and the gore of George A. Romero.

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The Best Films You Probably Missed in 2017

By Brad Gullickson 

This eclectic cinematic collection should not be overlooked.

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Collecting ‘Star Wars’ Action Figures: A New Dope

By Brad Gullickson 

When it comes to hoarding Star Wars toys, you gotta catch ‘em all.

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Action-Hero Scott Adkins Talks ‘American Assassin’ and the Bad-Ass Charisma of Bruce Lee

By Brad Gullickson 

Scott Adkins transformed his passion for 80s action entertainment into a lifelong pursuit for authentic cinematic adventures.

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Finding the Reason for the Season in John Hillcoat’s ‘The Proposition’

By Brad Gullickson 

The Proposition explores the abject loneliness of the holiday season, exposing the hell of emotions buried beneath Christmas.

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‘The Devil’s Backbone’ Validated as the First Masterpiece from Guillermo del Toro

By Brad Gullickson 

Sixteen years after its release, The Devil’s Backbone finally gets its due with Matt Zoller Seitz and Simon Abrams’ coffee table tome.