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Giant from the Unknown Roars Back to Life!

Per Matt A new generation gets the opportunity to experience the golden era of science fiction in crisp, high-definition video, as The Film Detective releases limited-edition Blu-ray and DVD versions of Giant from the Unknown.

Zombieland Keeps Getting Better as Double Tap Prepares for Release

How will the upcoming Zombieland sequel fare with fans who loved the original horror-comedy? If you could ask the filmmakers, they’d most likely reply, “It Keeps Getting Better!”

Taika’s Transition: Adapting Akira

It takes a special type of filmmaker who’s as adept at writing and directing a hilarious original script and appearing as one of its main characters (What We Do in the Shadows), as giving new life to a Marvel film… Continue Reading →

Tomb Raider Plays Just Like a Game

Per Matt Have you ever been immersed in an epic, action-packed video game and thought to yourself, “I bet this experience would be much better as a feature film?” Well, Tomb Raider is the exact opposite.

I Want My COMET TV!

In this media-centric world we live in, finding good entertainment options can often be complicated. At home, I have satellite television, where there’s hundreds of options which I can watch, but there always seems to be nothing of interest on…. Continue Reading →

What’s in Store for Jeepers Creepers 3?

Jeepers Creepers 3 will air twice this weekend on the SyFy channel as part of its “31 Days of Halloween 2017.” The new movie will air on Saturday, October 28th at 9 p.m. EDT and on Sunday, October 29th at 7… Continue Reading →

WrestleMania Meets The Walking Dead: Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies

Now, if a title like that doesn’t grab you attention, nothing will. Welcome back to a new installment of #HauntLife. Today we get to talk about Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies, a Troma film that puts two of my favorite things… Continue Reading →

Batman: Bad Blood Lacks a Good Premise

Batman has had quite a catalog in animation. Batman: The Animated Series gained high acclaim back in the ’90s. It accumulated eighty-five episodes, solidified Kevin Conroy’s career, while rejuvenating Mark Hamill’s and IGN named it the second greatest cartoon series… Continue Reading →

Helter Skelter Meets Honky Holocaust

A few weeks ago, I was given a screener for one of Troma films’ newest acquired flicks: Honky Holocaust. Jumping at the opportunity to review anything from the Kaufman group, I couldn’t wait to find time to screen what would… Continue Reading →

Mad Max: Fury Road

“If you can’t fix what’s broken… you’ll go insane.” That line of dialogue from Mad Max: Fury Road might as well summarize Writer-Director George Miller’s frame of mind. While it’s been 36 years since he originally released Mad Max (and… Continue Reading →

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