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Chapter 1 Reintroduces The Strangers’ Horrors

Navigating prequels can be a tricky business venture. On one hand, you’re dealing with already-established characters, while placing them in new situations. Their audience awareness was high enough that a production company decided to invest more money into telling their… Continue Reading →

Plantasm Grows a New Adventure for the Aqua Teens

Per Matt The Aqua Teens will never die! While that statement is more opinion than reality, the fact of the matter is the O.G. animated program that premiered on the Adult Swim late-night block way back in 2001 truly is… Continue Reading →

Dwayne Johnson’s Days in the DC Universe are Doomed

Per Matt Did you happen to catch DC League of Super-Pets or Black Adam in movie theaters this past year? If not, you weren’t alone. Both films underperformed at the post-pandemic box office, hauling in $207 million (on an estimated… Continue Reading →

Government Coverup or Con Job: Gold, Lies & Videotape!

I love me a good controversy. I absolutely adore lost history and government coverups. And when all of those stories collide, they’re all the better. Gold, Lies & Videotape is the byproduct of one such mashup. The truth is seemingly… Continue Reading →

Pearl Prequel Sources Slasher’s Slaughters

Per Matt Ti West is an indie filmmaker who should already be on everybody’s radar. Within a 20-year span of time, he entered the film industry by releasing short films, which led to lower-budgeted releases, genre television and eventually working… Continue Reading →

The Al Yankovic Story is Just as Weird as Its Subject

Who doesn’t love some “Weird Al” Yankovic? As I write this, I start thinking that I will get some social-media anger from the haters. (It’s inevitable, as a vast pool of people just has nothing better to do in life.)… Continue Reading →

Anne Rice’s Interview Drips with Bloody Atmosphere

Per Matt When is a gothic horror story not an actual gothic horror story? When AMC adapts a well-known book series and tries to bring a whole new generation of fans to a popular franchise. Anne Rice’s Interview with the… Continue Reading →

Hulu’s Hellraiser is a Faithful Remix

Clive Barker’s Hellraiser is one of the all-time best horror films. Released during the golden era of scream cinema, Hellraiser told the cautionary tale of being careful with the desires you seek. Unlike other scary movies of the time, Hellraiser… Continue Reading →

Lightyear is All About Making Mistakes

Pixar is a name that usually puts smiles on people’s faces. While the film studio has been around since 1986, it took almost 10 years for the company to release its first fully computer-animated feature film, Toy Story (1995). Since… Continue Reading →

Lost Gold of the Aztecs Feels Like a Game Show

Treasure hunting is an expensive ordeal, one which takes up a lot of precious time and energy. Nobody intends to waste their resources while going on a wild goose chase. For those who are in it to win it, these… Continue Reading →

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