Why, Dark Horse Comics? Why must you insist on being so stubbornly resistant to inevitable shifts in the comic book industry? Let’s talk about how difficult it is to buy a digital book from you. First, instead of opting to… Read More »
Andy fires up the Blu-Ray player for the iconic Canadian horror flick, PROM NIGHT starring Jamie Lee Curtis!
Andy finally reviews Scream Factory’s release of GINGER SNAPS! Also, is it worth the upgrade from the Canadian TVA Films release?
“Craig Safan, working almost entirely from synths, meticulously fashions a rich, weird tapestry of fright and phantasmagoria that rarely stumbles.”
Crank it up & Sludge On!
I personally find it difficult to be critical of a zero-budget, self made movie. It’s inspiring to see someone actually… Read More »
After last week’s incredibly thrilling and intense hour, I kind of anticipated this week to be a bit of a… Read More »
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).