The Lazarus Gate Book Review

Nov 24, 2015 No Comments by

Rather like zombies and superheroes, steampunk is starting to crumble beneath the weight of its popularity. An endless avalanche of “hop aboard the bandwagon” creators has diluted its freshness. Many books set in the Victorian era feature stock characters like the usual “Polly Parasol” type, a proper Englishwoman who enjoys tea after kicking the ass […]

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Taghairm Game Review and Interview with Creator Chandler Groover

Nov 18, 2015 No Comments by

I will never forget my first Takashi Miike film. It was Ichi The Killer, and I was young – 17 or 18, tops. I watched it with my brother, with whom I share many tastes and who introduced me to many wonderful and terrible things. I remember watching the movie, transfixed, horrified, sickened and teetering […]

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The Horror Network Movie Review

Nov 12, 2015 No Comments by

Considering The Horror Network Vol. 1 has been floating in the ether – if not in theaters – for a year or two, we’re a little late to the party with this review. But let’s assume compliments have no expiration date. As anthologies go, this won’t rank up there with Creepshow or even venerable TV […]

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The Society of Blood: Obsidian Heart Book Review

Nov 10, 2015 No Comments by

In case the name isn’t immediately familiar to you, Mark Morris has written for and about some of your favorite television shows. The first and most important of these is Doctor Who. Besides scripting episodes, Morris has written numerous audio stories and novels within the Doctor Who universe. He’s also the man responsible for Bay […]

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Windsor Drive Movie Review

Nov 05, 2015 No Comments by

So let’s imagine you go to film school, fall in love with, say, David Lynch, learn every trick in the book , hire a few pretty actors, write a gaggle of disconnected sentences, throw it all into a blender and push the button for puree. What dribbles out is some slushy mess called Windsor Drive. […]

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Goosebumps: A Loving Retrospective

Nov 03, 2015 No Comments by

“I feel happy to terrify kids.” – R.L Stine From 1992 to 1997, R.L. Stine spooked children across the globe with sixty-two books. Not only were the stories deliciously devious, but the book cover art provided by Tim Jacobus was equally unnerving and the titles were just – mwwwauh!—perfecto.  350 million copies later and Goosebumps […]

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Fire City: End of Days Movie Review

Oct 29, 2015 No Comments by

Tom Woodruff, Jr. has made a living as one of the best special effects guys in the business. Having worked on a variety of projects including the Tremors franchise, Starship Troopers and AVP: Alien vs. Predator, Woodruff has been in the monster business for a long time and knows what he’s doing.  Recently, though, the […]

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Backwater Movie Review

Oct 27, 2015 No Comments by

Movies with a camping motif usually end up in one of two, well, camps — comedy or horror. With Backwater, director Christopher Schrack intends the latter but unintentionally earns a few head-scratching chuckles. There’s the unexplained Australian accent of Cass (Liana Werner-Gray), the shattered rear window that’s mistakenly called a windshield, and the l-o-n-g pauses […]

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Chairshots to the Pumpkinhead: Halloween Havoc Part 2

Oct 22, 2015 No Comments by

During the last installment of “Chairshots to the Pumpkinhead,” we looked at the highest highs of WCW’s Halloween Havoc. From grueling and intense matches to gimmicks that worked, these Halloween Havoc highs made the product worth viewing. But, just as every piece of Halloween candy turns into righteous mud in the stomach, Halloween Havoc had […]

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Crimson Peak Movie Review

Oct 20, 2015 No Comments by

When the dust settles and the history of late twentieth and early 21st century cinema is written, I predict that our preeminent fantasist will not be George Lucas, Peter Jackson, or the Wachowskis, but Guillermo Del Toro. Fighting words, when a good 95% of you are excitedly reposting the new Star Wars trailer, but I […]

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