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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 →

The First Purge is Just Right for Horror Fans’ Independence Day Celebration

The Purge film series makes me love horror films — not that the films make any kind of real logical sense that I agree with or that they are even amazing horror films. Quite frankly, The Purge series is none… Continue Reading →

636 is a Record-Breaking Number for The Simpsons

With its 636th episode, The Simpsons set the record for being the prime-time scripted series that produced the most episodes in television history, surpassing the 1955-75 CBS Western Gunsmoke, which aired 635 episodes. Now the animated show is absolutely the longest-running primetime… Continue Reading →

Heathers is Back and Forcing the Status Quo to “Lick it Up”

There is a decent chance the audience watching the new Heathers TV show on the Paramount Network has never seen the original black comedy. This makes it equally possible that they will absolutely not understand the point of Heathers and… Continue Reading →

Downsizing is No Honey I Shrunk the Kids for Adults

I was pretty interested in seeing the new comedy, Downsizing. The trailers promised a funny, slapstick comedy with a touch of heart and a dash of save the Earth. I was in, despite the fact that I knew the film… Continue Reading →

It’s A Tromaful Life: Toxie Santa and Hectic Knife

Gather ‘round, kiddies. It’s time to tell you a tale of Christmas cheer, as only the fine folks at Troma could.

Little Evil Brings New Meaning To Terrible Toddlers

Every single new step-parent has the same fears. Will my spouse’s child accept me as their new parent? Will they love me or hate me? Will they respect me? Very few actually think, “Is this child the spawn of Satan?”

The Orville Tries to Boldly Go

The Orville is the new hour-long space exploration series from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane. Taking cues from Star Trek and Galaxy Quest, the TV show centers on new Captain Ed Mercer (played by MacFarlane, himself) and his ship the U.S.S. Orville. The pilot… Continue Reading →

EPIX Attempts to Get Shorty

Per Matt Back in 1994, Quentin Tarantino made a name for himself with the release of Pulp Fiction and John Travolta’s casting felt like an act of genius. But for Travolta’s comeback to be complete, he’d have to follow up… Continue Reading →

Stage-5 Sharknado Coming in Hot

A few weeks back, during a night of bar trivia, one of the questions was: “What item does Fin use to cut his way out of a shark in Sharknado?” Having never seen any movies in the franchise, I guessed… Continue Reading →

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