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30 Years Later, What Can We Expect From Bill & Ted?

Per Matt Bill S. Preston Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan were DEFINITELY products of the ’80s. The two time-traveling metalhead slackers were wonderous, in all of their simplicity. Spouting infectious catchphrases and traveling much like Doctor Who long before smartphones… Continue Reading →

AMC Theatres Delays Its Grand Re-Opening

Per Matt I cringe every time I actually mention “the new normal.” I truly hate it, despise it even, although it’s become a part of my vocabulary that I cannot deny. During these crazy COVID-19 times, the pandemic has taken… Continue Reading →

Seoul Station Should Be Renamed “Generic Cash-Grab Zombie Movie”

For those of you who read my articles, you know that while I am critical of films, I also try to remove my own bias and rate films for what they are. Many times I have found myself hating a… Continue Reading →

Halloween Kills Gets Delayed, So Where Will I Get My My Michael Myers Fix?

Per Matt For the next few months, you can absolutely forget about watching a newly released film, packed tightly with many other people excited to get out of their house to be entertained by something new. Due to COVID-19 and… Continue Reading →

Derrickson’s Decision: Abandoning Strange Madness for Labyrinth Sequel

Per Matt Scott Derrickson’s Strange trip into the Marvel Cinematic Universe seems to have ended almost as quickly as it began.

Taika Takes a Turn Visiting the Star Wars Universe

Per Matt Now, more than ever, it has come to my attention that this is truly Taika Waititi’s world and we’re just living in it. How else would you explain his meteoric rise in Hollywood, without making any true enemies?

How Did You Respond to Zombieland: Double Tap?

Per Matt Public perception proves that sequels suck… but what if one happens to follow a cult-classic horror comedy? I say bring it on!

Creepy Children Spread Clive Barker’s Plague

Per Matt Fighting a relentless, faceless killer is one thing, but battling a herd of creepy children is even worse. Enter Clive Barker’s The Plague.

All-Star Vampires Unite for Small-Screen Shadows

How would you behave if you were three 100-year-old vampires, living in New York, baring your souls while being followed by a documentary camera crew and you just accidentally killed an ancient one from the Old Country? In case you’ve… Continue Reading →

Dracula is Next Up For Blumhouse’s Monsterverse

The Blumhouse Monsterverse is about to become a bloody mess.

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