Hello horror fan. I get it, you are interested in Summer of ’84 for the same reason I felt compelled to watch it. It’s not because you liked Stranger Things (as all the buzz indicates one would be interested in… Continue Reading →
Batman vs. Jack the Ripper. Bruce Wayne in the Victorian Era of Sherlock Holmes. A blimp coasting across the Gotham skyline. Steampunk style gadgets like a gas-powered grappling hook or Bat-motorcycle. Fans are in for a real treat when Batman:… Continue Reading →
Welcome back to this week’s installment of #HauntLife, the blog were I talk about things that interest me, primarily B-movies, haunted houses and 3-D printing. This week, we are going to look at a film that is very near and… Continue Reading →
Welcome back to another fun-filled episode of #Hauntlife. This week, yours truly will be reviewing several video games I recently picked up online via the gaming network Steam.
The independent horror film genre has had an enthusing history in American cinematic culture. Though only a couple of horror classics have made it into the highest-grossing indie films list, they have consistently cost less to make than low-budget films… Continue Reading →
Outside of Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other instant-watch services, the traditional airing of televised shows tends to fit neatly into seasonal slots throughout the year. For narrative TV shows, the networks typically adhere to the following release schedule: Premiering early spring shows, late… Continue Reading →
Valentine’s Day. The mere mention of the holiday brings up that four-letter word: LOVE. It is a celebration of romance and fealty. It is a time to eat chocolate and cuddle with your sweetie. It is when all the gushy… Continue Reading →