I’ve turned over a new leaf. You see, I passed up an opportunity this week. I could’ve reviewed the much anticipated GRENDEL VS THE SHADOW crossover and passed up on either ALICE COOPER or the new SILENT HILL comic, even… Read More »
Does Mike find gold at the end of the rainbow?
After last week’s thrilling hour, which brought up many new exciting plot points that one would hope to see expanded… Read More »
Last August here in Saint Louis is a very distinctive time of year. We’re right on the cusp of September and as the rest of the continent starts to cool down, the summer doldrums morph into powerful storms and heavy… Read More »
We begin this hour with what might be my favorite cold open thus far. A man arrives at a desolate… Read More »
Live in St. Louis? Want to see AS ABOVE/SO BELOW on us tonight?
Second Wave includes NIGHTCRAWLER, ELECTRIC BOOGALOO, SPRING, THE EDITOR & more…
Andy Triefenbach reviews the new film, SEPTIC MAN, directed by Jesse Thomas Cook and written by Tony Burgess (Pontypool).
Music festivals have never appealed to me. Especially the ones that involve camping in the dead of summer. The bands that are booked for festivals either don’t register or elicit a chuckle. Being around hundreds to thousands of people for… Read More »
Chris is back to give you some comic reviewage.
Check out the the English Subbed trailer for ALLELUIA, from the director of CALVAIRE.
Yesterday marked the first day of principal photography for Ant-Man. If I’m to be honest, I’m still a bit bummed that Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish have left the project. I think their take on the Marvel Universe could have been one… Read More »
Oof. Quinn went through hell to give you this review.
Ever since I saw Beyond the Black Rainbow in 2011 at Fantastic Fest, I knew I had to get my hands on the soundtrack. I even spoke with the director, Panos Cosmatos, after the film and asked him how long we… Read More »
This show is starting to get a little frustrating. Every time I think the show is starting to find it’s… Read More »