Per Matt William Shatner never met a conspiracy theory he didn’t like (at least while appearing on reality TV). So, when the pop-culture icon appeared on Ancient Aliens last week to debate the ancient astronaut theory, the two-hour long episode… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Vampire Westerns don’t often get highlighted in My Guilty Pleasure, so I guess it’s about time I finally added this subgenre to my column. Hello, From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman’s Daughter!
If only Telltale had made all episodes of their Guardians of the Galaxy game as creative, well-paced and engaging as they did Episode 5: Don’t Stop Believin’, this series of reviews would have been less negative. Ultimately, the clunkiness of this… Continue Reading →
As a kid, I read lots of National Geographic magazines. I loved the articles about ancient ruins and ghost towns. There was a certain arcane and magical charm that I saw in those decaying structures. It was easy to picture… Continue Reading →
Stephen King’s book, Danse Macabre, is a fascinating take on writing, horror and society. He begins the book by offering three main archetypes. There is the werewolf, the vampire and the thing without a name. He spends much of the next… Continue Reading →
The Cabin in the Woods, directed by Drew Goddard, may be one of the most important horror films ever made. I know, this is a grandiose claim, especially for a movie that some people wouldn’t even consider horror, but hear… Continue Reading →
With so many intricate details, Game of Thrones is probably the most complex program ever to be produced for television. Preparing for Season 5, this behind-the-scenes special highlights one day, with on-location filming in three countries: Croatia, Northern Ireland and… Continue Reading →