Tuesday , 28 January 2020

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Terminator: Dark Fate deserves a better one – review

“No fate but what we make.” The present, the past and the future all collide once again in the latest installment to one of the greatest sci-fi action franchises of all-time. Welcome to Terminator: Dark Fate. When James Cameron’s low-budgeted The Terminator was released in 1984, its time travel tale riveted audiences, made a mega-star out of Arnold Schwarzenegger, previously ... Read More »

Zombieland: Double Tap is Twice as Fun – review

Back for seconds, after all this time. Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita, Little Rock – all great American cities that most people have heard about, but probably haven’t set as their top vacation destinations. Yet they each have their own charms and have found their distinct niche in the world. Same could be said of the four characters who go by those ... Read More »

Remembering Captain Spalding’s Sig Haig

Over the past several years, the world of horror has lost a number of its most notable members, from directors, George A. Romero, Tobe Hooper and Wes Craven to iconic stars such as Angus Scrimm, Gunnar Hansen and the legendary Christopher Lee. Sadly, on September 21, 2019, we lost another one when Sid Haig died after suffering from a fall ... Read More »

Extra! Extra! Fangoria Magazine is back!

The world has been a bit topsy-turvy of late, to say the least, with many changes brought on by technology and evolving consumer tastes, and not always for the better. One thing that hasn’t changed, though, is our love of horror, which is perhaps at a level it hasn’t been at for quite some time. Whatever the reasons for horror’s ... Read More »