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With All of These Crazy Clowns Showing Up, Now Is the Time to Appreciate Cult Horror Movie Phantasm

by Andrew Wright My balls are scarier than those fucking clowns. AVCO Embassy Pictures Horror movie fans received an unexpected bumper crop in 1979, with the perfect Lovecraftian ickiness of Alien. Maybe just as important, though, was the release of Phantasm, a fumbling, seemingly hand-made shot of cinematic moonshine that somehow managed to hit a dream logic sweet spot.
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