Taking a queue from the English here in early December with a traditional ghost story double feature to get you ready for xmas-- and for obvious reasons you know perfectly well why Mr. Karswell approves! Also, you know both of theseShow More Summary
This week, Noah and Daren join Summer to discuss the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it stands now, after the release of Doctor Strange. We dive deep into opinionated territory talking about Phase 2 and Phase 3, as well as the existingShow More Summary
Tad Williams' modern classic The Dragonbone Chair is available for only 2.99$ here.Here's the blurb:With The Dragonbone Chair, Tad Williams introduced readers to the incredible fantasy world of Osten Ard. His beloved, internationally bestselling series Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn inspired a generation of modern fantasy writers, including George R.R. Show More Summary
Yesterday was the day! Akemi and I went down to Toronto’s Union Station to meet the newest member of the family – Suji (aka Sujiko), who comes to us all the way from Portland, Oregon via The Pacific Pug Rescue. Akemi saw little Suji (formerly Suzie) on their website a few weeks back and instantly […]
A new trailer for Capcom’s upcoming survival horror game Resident Evil 7 was launched at the Playstation Experience and it appears incredibly sinister. The story bears some strong resemblance to Silent Hill 2 but it’s obvious this game is going more for terror than nostalgic eeriness. From Wikipedia: The player controls the protagonist, Ethan, from […]
The basic truth of internet-ing appears to be: If you want to make something cool, put it on YouTube. Either that, or Hufflepuffs just can’t let a damn thing go. There’s yet another Hufflepuff tribute song on YouTube, and this time it’s in rap form. Read more...
A trailer for Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part II was released at the Playstation Experience and it looks absolutely amazing! It opens with Ellie’s shaking hand coming to a still as she then tunes and begins playing a guitar while singing a melancholy song. As she sings, a figure enters the house where […]
Stephen Bannon, the future Chief Strategist for the next President of the United States, once wrote a film script where Shakespearean characters fuck in outer space. Read more...
Since I’m not drinking this year, I haven’t been making beer. But I still like to make food things, so I’ve been teaching myself how to bake bread and roast […]
The Fort Worth Police Department must have someone there who really, really likes Star Wars, or they just want to capitalize on Disney’s new annual tradition. The department released its second recruitment video in two years where a villain or lackey from the Star Wars universe tries (and fails) to get a job as a… Read more...
Thanks to reddit for pointing us to the following video that hails all the way from Universal Studios Japan in which one of the park’s eateries sells a bowl of chowder that comes in a well from Hideo Nakata’s Ringu (The Ring). Yes, 18 years after the release of the first film, Ringu is still […]
33 years ago yesterday MTV debuted Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” the 13-minute 1983 musical masterpiece directed by American Werewolf in London‘s John Landis, and featuring the effects work on the great Rick Baker. The video co-stars former Playboy centerfold Ola Ray. In the short, a night at the movies turns into a nightmare when Michael and his […]
Unless it gets delayed again, The Weinstein Company/Dimension Films is set to release Blumhouse’s Amityville: The Awakening on January 6, 2017. I’ve lost count as to how many films have been released related to the original “Amityville Horror” story, but I think it’s close to 16? In the journey from local newspapers to the big […]
Syfy announced that it’s developing The Woods, an hourlong sci-fi drama about a high school that wakes up on a foreign moon, based on the YA graphic novel series from Boom! Studios. Read more...
Looks like we don’t need to see Rogue One anymore, because we already knows how it ends. Read more...
So here you go. Merry December 3!
DECEMBER 1, 2016 GENRE: POSSESSION SOURCE: THEATRICAL (REGULAR SCREENING) January comes early! Incarnate may have gotten released today, December 2nd (in the US at least; it came out overseas last year - it was shot in 2013, mind you),...Show More Summary
Sad news to report as The New York Times has announced the passing of character actress Alice Drummond, who performed regularly on Broadway in the 60’s and 70’s. She passed away Wednesday at the age of 88 in the Bronx. Drummond was known to many horror fans for her role as the librarian in the […]
Pictured above: Production Designer Ian Brock – mastermind of the Dark Matter art department and everything from The Raza’s to Hyperion-8 to the Ishida Research Facility…and so much more. Under Ian’s guidance, our art department has been tearing it up (figuratively speaking) in season 3 and, with so much going on, I thought it would be the […]