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parody

Giving Superheores The Middle Finger: Troma Unveils A New Film

Welcome back to another #hauntlife blog. And again, I am doing what I love: Watching movies and giving my unbiased ideas about how great or not so great certain films are. And along the way, I may get off track,… Continue Reading →

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

Wubba lubba dub dub! 

Batman: The Hero the Public Needs

Few comic book superheroes evoke the imagination of the public like Batman. Each person you ask, young or old, may have a special image of Batman in their heads. For more than 75 years, the Caped Crusader has graced the… Continue Reading →

The Slashening is a Killer Genre Parody

The Slashening is another raunchy and boisterous take on a horror subgenre from Troma Entertainment. The story follows five young women during a night get-together who are in peril of being slashed by a masked assailant. The plot seems like… Continue Reading →

Chubbies Just Want Some Action

There’s something great about watching B-movies. Expectations aren’t very high and the fact that trailers and TV spots aren’t spoiling plot points gives the viewer a different movie experience. For the Troma horror-comedy, Chubbies, that experience is over the top… Continue Reading →

Remaking a Remake with The Magnificent Seven

Per Matt Reimagining classic movies is nothing new in this day and age, but when, exactly, did remakes of remakes actually begin? Surely, back in 1954, Akira Kurosawa had no idea his film, Seven Samurai, would make a lasting pop-cultural influence… Continue Reading →

Who the F*#% is Deadpool?

He’s hyper-violent. He’s crude. He’s insane. And yet people love him. He’s Deadpool. But who the fuck is Deadpool, anyway?

From Bestseller to the Big Screen: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Per Matt Beginning today, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies receives the big-screen treatment it always deserved, but back in 2009, its success was hardly guaranteed. Quirk Books gambled on a relatively then-unknown author to combine the classic Jane Austen Elizabethan… Continue Reading →

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt You might recognize the names Rosencrantz and Guildenstern from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. They were minor characters, hovering just above the background, in that tragedy. No longer supporting characters, the spotlight shines on them in this Tony Award-winning play!

Moonbeam City

Highlighted by so many pastels and incredibly moody synth pop, Moonbeam City is much more than a parody of Miami Vice.

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