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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
What if the ultimate global catastrophe isn’t a Zombie Apocalypse, but one involving the extinction of the human race?
After 10 seasons, the Ghost Adventures Crew finally visited the Bell Witch Cave.
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 →