Ouch….very ouch baby.
55 years ago, television and the genre as a whole would be changed by an amazing show called The Twilight Zone. Rod Serling’s show was a heavy influence on my childhood. While you can pick up the individual seasons on DVD… Read More »
Well….it’s here. An icon…reborn?
TONIGHT. MIDNIGHT. ‘HP LOVECRAFT’S FROM BEYOND’ AT THE HI-POINTE THEATRE. LATE NITE GRINDHOUSE. I can’t even tell you how stoked I am for this. One reason you’ve got to see this movie is for a very geek reason; the title… Read More »
Andy checks out the latest Tom Cruise summer film, EDGE OF TOMORROW.
Marie takes a look at Juno Mak’s RIGOR MORTIS from Well Go USA.
CAN WE PLEASE JUST GET A COMIC BOOK ADAPTATION OF ‘JERICHO’ ALREADY? And no, I’m not talking about that one TV show. I think they already did a comic of that and that got cancelled too. No, I’m referring to… Read More »
Christopher Melkus reviews Dutch cyber-thriller APP.
HE SOLD HIS SOUL TO ROCK N’ ROLL!!!!
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Quinn, like the rest of us, says goodbye to this season of one of the best shows on network television.
Christine’s mom thinks she found the movie perfect for her daughter. She made her watch OCCUPANT. Did Christine survive?
Christopher Melkus reviews Howard Chaykin’s THE SHADOW: MIDNIGHT IN MOSCOW, indie pulp sci-fi comic ALIEN SCIENCE & the Archaia thriller THE LAST BROADCAST
Andy sits down and watches the latest in mutant exploitation.
Win passes to see the new Michael C. Hall film, COLD IN JULY – directed by Jim Mickle – for free.