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Is The Meg the New Sharknado?

How is The Meg different from Sharknado? It’s the presence of Jason Statham. He is definitely not the new Ian Ziering. It would take 100 Ians to make one Jason. Why? Because Jason Statham is the coolest actor in the world.

Musings of Watching 48 Hours of The X-Files

Per Matt Mulder. Scully. Episodes from the Good Old Days, even better than you remember them. Somehow, by accident, I found 48 Hours of The X-Files airing on BBC America and my mind started to wander to what could have been… Continue Reading →

The Meg is No Jaws

Where do I begin? Movies about large, killer animals are never good. In general, they are painfully derivative and borderline ridiculous. The one stand-out in this genre of films is the original Jaws. Trust me here, The Meg is no Jaws.

Castle Rock Is Not Fit For a King

The first time I saw the three episodes of Castle Rock, now available on Hulu, I somehow missed half of what was happening, so a day later I sat down and tried to watch the whole thing all over again…. Continue Reading →

Fear Walks Into Deadly Territory With Midseason Finale

Obviously, there’s no loyalty during the Zombie Apocalypse! In Texas, everything’s bigger. Including the double-crosses. And the midseason finale of Fear The Walking Dead proves that everyone is expendable… including the main characters.

The Dark Web Delivers

I have to be honest. I didn’t watch the first Unfriended until a few days ago. It was probably OK on a big screen. But when you use much of your time typing, instead of acting, you need type big… Continue Reading →

Exorsisters: Troma Picks Up a Great Habit

Nuns, puns and a touch of Troma. That’s what you’ll find in the new web series produced by the shock cinema powerhouse. Exorsisters is a surprising addition to Troma and its ever-expanding library of independent film. The story of three… Continue Reading →

Will Zombieland 2 Write All-New Rules for Horror Sequels?

With the official announcement that Zombieland 2 has gotten the greenlight, we’re wondering if Director Ruben Fleischer will write all-new rules for horror sequels? Or will he merely prove 10 years later, that all sequels suck?

Fandom and Fun at Hypericon 13

Hypericon returned to Nashville this past weekend for its 13th season. While the overall atmosphere felt a bit more subdued than last year when I covered it, the event was still fun and full of some of the most creative… Continue Reading →

Tau is Nuevo Retro Summer Fluff

Tau is Netflix’s latest film to hit their virtual shelves. A sci-fi horror B-grade movie, Tau is best watched once you have hit that “I can’t find anything else to watch” place. Tau reminded me of VHS finds from my… Continue Reading →

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