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Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING (1980): No Explanation Required

Default Assault continues its month-long look at #horror with Stanley Kubrick's 1980 adaptation of Stephen King's THE SHINING.
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Dwayne Johnson Not Black Enough to Play Black Character?

Default Assault reacts to the online backlash concerning Dwayne Johnson's upcoming Netflix film, John Henry and the Statesmen.
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PSYCHO (1960): Hitchcock’s Greatest Success?

Default Assault checks into the dreaded Bates Motel to ask the question: is Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO (1960) Required Viewing?
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MAJOR LEAGUE II (1994): Just a Bit Outside

After covering the original last week, we couldn't resist taking a trip back to the ballpark to review MAJOR LEAGUE II. Perhaps we should have resisted!
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THE EXORCIST (1973): The Scariest Film of All Time?

Prepare for head spinning and projectile pea soup! Default Assault ranks up the terror with William Friedkin's 1973 horror masterwork, THE EXORCIST!
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MAJOR LEAGUE (1989): Hitting It Out of the Park

Default Assault enters the majors with our review of 1989's MAJOR LEAGUE starring Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, & Wesley Snipes!
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Disney’s THE ROCKETEER: Underrated Classic or Disappointment?

Are fans of Disney's THE ROCKETEER blinded by nostalgia glasses or is it one of the Mouse's most underrated live-action films?
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Marvel Announces Loki & Scarlet Witch TV Shows

Disney streaming to offer new series based on Loki and Scarlet Witch. What can be expected and what other characters deserve their own series?
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Top Nostalgic Character Deaths

Whether it's Mufasa or Optimus Prime, Default Assault is decked out in black to mourn the most traumatizing character deaths from childhood movies.
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Is THE BIRDS the Most Misunderstood Hitchcock Film?

Hitchcock's The Birds (1963) may be one of his most universally known films but is there more to it than a horror story centered around homicidal birds?