Saturday , 29 April 2017

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A Unanimous Decision on Split – review

He’s coming for you….you’re not going to like it. Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan has shown us dead people, given us the origin of a superhero, and pitted characters against aliens, vengeful plants and depraved grandparents. Now, he’s taken on multiple personalities in his latest horror thriller, Split. For those who felt that M. Night may have lost his way a bit for awhile ... Read More »

The Apocalypse is Now!

The world, as we know it, is coming to an end. And no, we’re not talking about the incoming regime here in America (though, more on that later.) That ‘vast wasteland’ (as a former FCC chairman referred to it) known as television is preparing us for the worst with show after show depicting the end of days in one form or another. Art ... Read More »

Alien: Covenant looking more Alien-like – trailer

In space, and here on Planet Earth, fans have been hearing a lot of good news of late regarding the Alien franchise. 20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for Alien: Covenant, which simultaneously looks to be serving as both a prequel to Ridley Scott’s 1979 original Alien film which started it all, and his Prometheus film from 2012, which took ... Read More »

R.I.P., Carrie Fisher, forever Princess Leia

There’s been a great disturbance in the force. Carrie Fisher, who played the iconic role of Princess Leia Organa in the ongoing Star Wars franchise, died on Tuesday at the ago of 60. She had suffered cardiac arrest on a London to Los Angeles flight on Friday, but we were given some hope recently when it was said that she was in stable condition. Now ... Read More »

Time to Rise on Walking Dead

It’s been a difficult time, to say the least, for Rick Grimes and company on The Walking Dead. For fans of AMC’s #1 hit show, it has been a frustrating season as well. After a season 6 cliffhanger that left some viewers dissatisfied (though such cliffhangers have been a time honored tradition since serials, like Flash Gordon, ran back in the 20s and ... Read More »

Scream and Scream Again – magazine review

Horror fans in America can cry out with bloody glee as “The Horror Bible for Horror Fans,” Scream magazine, is currently available throughout the land. Now sold at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Scream joins a number of other publications that deal with horror, sci-fi and fantasy. While some may deem the age of print journalism all but dead, the Gore 4 is here ... Read More »

A Bloody Good Time at New York City Horror Film Festival

Let the bodies hit the floor! The only thing that beats watching a killer horror film for the countless fans of the genre is seeing it with a bunch of others that share the same passion for frightful fare. For the 14th year, the New York City Horror Film Festival is the perfect antidote for those already suffering from Halloween ... Read More »

Heroism and Hope amidst Horrors of War – Hacksaw Ridge -review

“While everybody else is taking life, I’m gonna be saving it.” The zombie apocalypse, a haunted house, the bowels of Hell, a Trump presidency – all very frightening scenarios that make, or could make, for some scary horror films. While hopefully no one will ever have to experience any of those things, in the real world, there is nothing more terrifying than the ... Read More »

R.I.P., Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul

It is with a very heavy and bloody heart that we lament the passing of a true icon of horror, the legendary John Zacherle, aka, Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul. Zach died in his Upper West Side apartment in New York City on Thursday at the age of 98. Radio and TV host, DJ, actor, recording artist and all around super ... Read More »