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Carving Into the Leatherface Prequel Turkey

Welcome back folks to another edition of the critically acclaimed (if only by myself) #HauntLife blog. This week, I am going to look into the recent release of the film Leatherface, a prequel of the 1974 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,… Continue Reading →

Mr. Mercedes is a Series That Hits Hard From the First Episode

In case you weren’t aware, Mr. Mercedes has been released this summer, in addition to the Stephen King adaptations of The Dark Tower, The Mist, and It will be released in September. Broadcast on the AT&T Audience network that is… Continue Reading →

Ridley Scott’s (Broken) Covenant

In space, no one can hear you scream. Unfortunately for everyone sitting around me at the local Malco, I was plenty loud and vocal. I try to write only positive, upbeat reviews and articles with my trademark snark and sarcastic… Continue Reading →

Carnage Park is Grindhouse Greatness

You don’t watch a film like Carnage Park for the ground-breaking story, you watch for the nostalgic look and feel of the film. Certainly, one could say it is a homage to Tarantino or more appropriately seedy ’70s exploitation films,… Continue Reading →

Fear the Walking Dead Can Only Get Better, Right?

“No matter where we go, it’s the same story… just different people.”

What We Learned From Season 1 of Preacher

Everyone’s got their own demons to hide… figuratively, as well as literally, in the small town of Annville, Texas. Preacher, the quirky supernatural drama, fantasy, horror and action TV series based on the Vertigo comic books, published by DC comics and airing… Continue Reading →

Catching Up with Season 6 of The Walking Dead

At the half-way point, Season 6 of The Walking Dead has been a series of slight ups and downs, continuously going through the motions, but not really making much progress with the overall storyline, whatsoever. That scenario changes, slightly, with… Continue Reading →

Moonbeam City

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

Scream

“You can’t do a slasher movie as a TV series. Slasher movies burn bright and fast. TV needs to stretch things out.”

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