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Is Winter Here Yet? Game of Thrones Finally Returns for Season 7!

Fans of George R.R. Martin’s novels and the TV show adapted from them, Game of Thrones, have been waiting quite some time for the series’ continuation. It has been six years since the release of A Dance With Dragons, the… Continue Reading →

Troma Weaves a Web for Spidarlings: Arachny in the UK

Welcome back to a new fun-filled movie review here at #HauntLife. This week, I will be reviewing a newly released film from Troma Entertainment called Spidarlings: Arachny in the UK. This film is from director Salem Kapsaski and stars Sophia… Continue Reading →

April Fools’ Day Prank Gives Observant Fans a Rick and Morty Surprise

Wubba lubba dub dub! 

Nightmares Come to Life in Nashville

I’ve never reviewed a haunted attraction before, but that’s not to say I haven’t been to tons of them. I’ve been to some of the best in the country, including Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios.

The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be On The Walking Dead

When one door closes on The Walking Dead, another one opens.

Batman — Telltale Episode 2: Consequences and Characters

I had five seconds to make a choice, a life-or-death decision, one that would affect a friend and myself for eternity. The purple bar shortened, indicating the time left. I pressed the button quickly, damning that character to a tortuous… Continue Reading →

31 or How Rob Zombie Sucked Away Two Hours of My Life

Rob Zombie makes yet another film about aging rednecks and clowns. So, do you enjoy movies where the “hottie” (while still lovely) is closer to 50 than 20? How about films where absolutely none of the characters are likable? Maybe… Continue Reading →

How World of Warcraft Shaped My Life

Ah, I remember the year of 2004 as if it was yesterday. Janet Jackson had her infamous “wardrobe malfunction” in front of millions of shocked football fans. The final episode of Frasier aired, signalling the end of the Cheers era. Casey… Continue Reading →

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has seen limitless bounds. Captain America became the first hero to convert from comic book pages to the big screen back in 1944, and since Blade came along in 1998, a superhero trend has escalated in… Continue Reading →

Are Found-Footage Films Dead?

Per Matt During the early ’90s and the mid 2000s, found-footage films were all the rage. Spanning different genres, there were no true limits for the format, but with the arrival of 2016, the state of cinema is obviously headed… Continue Reading →

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