Tag fight or flight

The Forever Purge is What Happens When People Won’t Stop Killing

Very few film series keep the attention of viewers after a trilogy has run its course. The Purge franchise is one of the rare exceptions to this legacy. With The Forever Purge, the lineup of Purge releases is now up… Continue Reading →

A Quiet Place Returns for More Heart-Pounding Horror in Part II

Per Matt If Godzilla vs. Kong showed that fans of popcorn-munching movies were ready to return to movie theaters during the age of COVID-19, then A Quiet Place Part II proves that they’re willing to leave the house for some… Continue Reading →

Mortal Kombat Proves It Is Still a Viable Film Franchise

I think I grew up in the best of times, when it came to being a gaming geek. One of the first gifts I remember receiving for Christmas was the Atari 2600. Soon after that came the Nintendo. It seemed… Continue Reading →

IFC Midnight’s Hunter Hunter Explores Your Breaking Point

How much does it take? What is the breaking point? How far can someone be torn down before they stop being a person? Before they stop having any humanity and finally succumb to a dark, deadly state of mind, where… Continue Reading →

The Strangers Prey at Night in My Guilty Pleasure

Per Matt The ’80s will never die. Long live the ’80s! Director Johannes Roberts seemingly agreed with that statement, as his feature film, The Strangers: Prey at Night, much like so many other killer releases today, owe way too much… Continue Reading →

Frist Art Museum Remembers The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later

Per Matt When the rain came, Nashville was never the same. Currently appearing at the Frist Art Museum through May 17, The Nashville Flood: Ten Years Later recalls the Great Flood of 2010, which, for the most part, went underreported… Continue Reading →

Supergirl

In a race against time to shine the mainstream spotlight on more female superheroes, Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television have teamed up to create Supergirl, the first modern-day TV series featuring a superheroine.

James Patterson’s Zoo

What if the ultimate global catastrophe isn’t a Zombie Apocalypse, but one involving the extinction of the human race?

Ghost Adventures Haunts The Bell Witch Cave

After 10 seasons, the Ghost Adventures Crew finally visited the Bell Witch Cave.

The Walking Dead: Nebraska

SPOILERS! SPOILERS! SPOILERS! ————————————————- And… we’re back. Returning to the scene of the crime… after a prolonged delay, now there’s hell to pay! Glenn’s emotionally tounge-tied. Bad-Ass Daryl is back. Shane’s ready to jump ship. Herschel’s on the lam. This… Continue Reading →

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