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Punk Wraps As Grunge Grows

Per Matt As a genre, punk lived fast and loud, much like the music itself. Evolving into a variety of subgenres, many of the musicians who spent their time in the punk spotlight eventually moved on to other projects, pairing… Continue Reading →

In Search of Monsters, Travel Channel Seeks Bigfoot

The reality of classic nightmare creatures living among us has been discussed, debated and in a variety of ways attempted to be proven real by paranormal investigators. The fear of the unknown has sparked different beliefs throughout the years that… Continue Reading →

Cold Crashing The Walking Dead in “The Storm”

Winter has fallen onto The Walking Dead. As harsh weather has rendered The Kingdom unlivable, its inhabitants retreat to Hilltop for survival, fighting an unstoppable storm and fears of an enemy attack in difficult conditions. Nature has divided the four… Continue Reading →

Bill Murray’s Big Adventure (With Zombies)

If you were recently caught off-guard with the quickie press release that Bill Murray will return to the Zombie genre with the upcoming movie, The Dead Don’t Die, then you weren’t the only one. In fact, very few people had… Continue Reading →

From Punk to Deadly Class: Henry Rollins in 2019

Per Matt Musician, author, actor, DJ and award winner, Henry Rollins is a multi-hyphenate entertainer.┬áSo far, he has had a rocking year on television in 2019. Having previously appeared in the Syfy ’80s comic book adaptation Deadly Class and currently… Continue Reading →

Shadows Removes the Dark Stigma of Being a Vampire

After the Twilight era of films concluded, vampires are no longer always viewed as the nightmare creatures previously portrayed in stories for centuries. While not a young adult storyline — thankfully — What We Do in the Shadows takes a… Continue Reading →

Transworld’s 2019 Halloween & Attractions Show In Review

The annual super tradeshow for the Halloween season, Transworld’s Halloween & Attractions Show, was held on March 21-24, 2019. Now you are probably thinking the same thing as most people: IT’S MARCH!! Halloween is over half a year away. Why… Continue Reading →

Lost Gold Attempts to Unearth Missing Treasures of WWII

Some mysteries remain unsolved for a reason, whether it’s lack of credible information or too much reliance on tall tales, but Lost Gold of World War II attempts to unearth Yamashita’s Treasure 70 years after being buried, based on credible… Continue Reading →

Deadly Class is Highly Addictive

It’s retro, full of punk rock and attitude… the ’80s never looked so good! Deadly Class has been highly addictive to watch throughout its first season, as the show tells the tale of a homeless teenager attending a prestigious school… Continue Reading →

Us Pulls Nightmare Creatures Out of the Shadows

Per Matt If you think the notion of being terrorized by doppelgangers, bloody beachfront boardwalks and fuzzy logic collectively create a good horror movie, then watching Jordan Peele’s latest thriller, Us, will be right up your alley.

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