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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‘The Great Silence’ Review: A Spaghetti Western With Hate For Its Audience

By Brad Gullickson 

Sergio Corbucci’s lost masterpiece finally gets its proper presentation after years in a cult status limbo.

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‘Gold Star’ Review: More Than Just Robert Vaughn’s Final Performance

By Brad Gullickson 

The directorial debut of Victoria Negri reveals a confident eye behind what could have been a dull twenty-something diatribe.

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Steve Mitchell Celebrates His Hero in ‘King Cohen’ and You’ll Applaud His Royal Treatment

By Brad Gullickson 

Steve Mitchell explains how his fandom for Larry Cohen led to his own documentary delight.

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Larry Cohen Shows You How To Get Off Your Ass And Make Your Art

By Brad Gullickson 

All Hail King Cohen!

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5 Comic Books to Read After You Watch ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

By Brad Gullickson 

The God of Thunder brings the hammer down in these 5 historic comic book runs.

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‘Jigsaw’ Review: A Franchise Stumbles Out of its Grave

By Brad Gullickson 

Tobin Bell makes his unlikely return as the 21st Century’s Nastiest Boogeyman.

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Revel in the Grotesque Restoration of ‘The Devil’s Rain’

By Brad Gullickson 

William Shatner and Tom Skerritt battle it out with a goat-faced Ernest Borgnine in the most earnest and revolting entry in Satanic cinema.

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‘Wheelman’ Finds New Skids To Spin On a Tirelessly Traveled Track

By Brad Gullickson 

The art of the car chase movie comes down to copious amounts of blood, guts, bullets, and octane.

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Tom Arnold Wants You To Buy Into The Absurdity of ‘Dead Ant’

By Brad Gullickson 

There is no room for cynicism with Tom Arnold’s new creature feature filled with wannabe rockers and giant, finger-lickin’ mutant ants.