Bigger park. Same ol’ murderous problems.
Quinn takes a look at the “The First Iranian Vampire Western”.
Snuff films have long since been an interesting piece of pop culture legend. There’s always that “is it real or… Read More »
Here are the new releases for November 25th, 2014. ZergNet
It’s a bit of a puzzler why I find myself reviewing comics for kids on a website called Destroy The Brain. Not that I’m going to pretend that none of my readers have kids and would be interested in comics… Read More »
Quick, count the number of werewolf movies you can think of off the top of your head! Okay, how many… Read More »
Did Lana Del Rey, Eli Roth and Marilyn Manson really get together to make a violent short film about rape & destruction?
Coming from the background of not reading the books and only watching the movies, Mockingjay has always been referenced as… Read More »
A bunch of new releases are coming out this week including some very sought after titles. Here are the new releases for November 18th, 2014. ZergNet
Andy attempts to salvage a phone interview with Michael Bartlett, the director of Treehouse, when technology fails.
So this week I ended up grabbing physical copies of the comics I usually review for the website. It occurred to me, while at the shop, that the money I was spending digitally to get my comics would be better… Read More »
There are some excellent rare titles being released this week just in time for you to start your holiday shopping. Here are the new releases for November 11th, 2014. ZergNet
Halloween is over. Am I sad? Yes. But it’s not an angry sad. It’s a theatrical sad. It’s the kind of sad that pairs well with gray skies, bare trees and cold wind. But then, if I’m happy about being… Read More »
Andy straps in for Christopher Nolan’s near 3 hour sci-fi film, Interstellar
Halloween may be over, but that doesn’t mean we’ve run out of new releases to share with you. Here are the new releases for November 4th, 2014. ZergNet