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[Review] ‘Phantasm: Remastered’ Shines and Terrifies Again in 4K

I was first introduced to Phantasm almost two decades ago. I had discreetly rented the tape from Blockbuster (that whole “not being 18” thing was a problem). To say that Don Coscarelli took me on a wild ride was an understatement. Terrifying, funny and weird at the same time, Phantasm quickly became one of my […]
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