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comedy

70 More Episodes, Morty!!!

Two months ago, I got into a social media dispute that ended with me blocking some random person because the person was insistent that Rick and Morty was cancelled. In your face, random social media dude. Rick and Morty is… Continue Reading →

X Gonna Give It To Ya, In Deadpool 2

After the glorious disruptive success of the first film, the Merc With A Mouth has returned to cinemas in Deadpool 2, and this time he’s brought along some friends.

Let’s Be Honest: Evil Dead the Series Wasn’t the Version of Ash We Wanted to See

I am a huge Bruce Campbell fan. He has that whole antihero swagger down to a tee. I’ll watch ol’ Bruce in almost anything. So, yes, I watched Ash vs. Evil Dead and I enjoyed the show. However, I was… Continue Reading →

Get Shorty Proves That Completing a Movie is Murder

Starting a feature film’s production, let alone completing one in Los Angeles is murder, as Miles Daly quickly finds out in the EPIX original series, Get Shorty.

Attack of the Southern Fried Zombies (aka Kudzu Zombies): It’s Amateur Night in Dixie

With a name like Attack of the Southern Fried Zombies (alternately Kudzu Zombies), I expected a cringe-worthy, ultra low-budget, B-movie romp. And that’s exactly what I got. Now, I’m a fan of independent film and B-movies alike, but I automatically… Continue Reading →

Final Space Aims to Boldly Go Where No Man Knows…

After watching the previews for Final Space, I had no idea what the animated TV series was about, but I knew I wanted to give the pilot a chance. After watching “Chapter One,” I still don’t know exactly where the… Continue Reading →

Game Night is a Winner

Somehow, I thought Game Night was a horror comedy before I saw it. It’s not. Quite frankly, I don’t know exactly how to classify this film. It’s kinda like 1985’s Clue… except it’s nothing like Clue. You could call it… Continue Reading →

LA to Vegas is Cleared for Comedy

Las Vegas is known for its excess and for attracting oddly extravagant characters, but the real-life Sin City has got nothing on the new Fox TV show. This is the story about the people who fly from LA to Vegas… Continue Reading →

Troma Highlights ZIMB Victor Goodview Quotes!

Troma Entertainment produces and distributes a wide variety of content that’s sure to appeal to different audiences. While every mid- to low-budget project from different genres that’s released may not appeal to all audiences, there’s a good chance you’ll find… Continue Reading →

A Christmas Story Live! Offers a Different Take of the Holiday Classic

A Christmas Story Live! is a major award for fans of the holiday classic who enjoy musicals.

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