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The Walking Dead Attempts to Silence the Whisperers in Season 10

If you’ve seen any of the previews for Season 10, you’d know two things: The Walking Dead is still around (despite many of its previously featured main characters being killed off) and the season premiere has finally arrived — per… Continue Reading →

The Definitive List of Must-See Horror Films For Halloween 2019

Tis the season to be scary…MWHAHAHAHAA HA HA HA HAAAAAAA!

Demons, Dead Animals and Rock ‘n’ Roll Royalty at the Nashville Film Festival

Per Matt My second day at the 2019 Nashville Film Festival was a doozy. Not only did I make up for lost time, having missed two-and-a-half days of films, but I had to work from a screening schedule that was… Continue Reading →

Emergence: Sci-Fi Mystery or Something Else?

Darkness falls at 3:10 am, creating a blackout as a mysterious crash is heard and felt in nearby Long Island, NY. A little girl is located nearby, frightened and speechless, wearing a Toy Story t-shirt — network synergy at its… Continue Reading →

Prepping for the Beginning of The Walking Dead’s End

In television terms, 10 years is an eternity for a show to remain airing and relevant within the pop-culture spectrum… and a rare thing at that, with one featuring Zombies. As I watched the “Season 10 Preview Special,” I wasn’t… Continue Reading →

The Ghost Hunters Return: Who’s Watching?

If you’re a fan of the paranormal, you know all about Ghost Hunters. Originally airing on Syfy, Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes co-founded The Atlantic Paranormal Society (T.A.P.S.), while creating a certain set of rules for fellow paranormal researchers to… Continue Reading →

Legion Embraces Its Final Chapter

Series Finales can be tricky things. Fans expect to have all their questions regarding their favorite TV shows answered and each of their favorite characters neatly wrapped up within a limited amount of time, while filmmakers, at times, simply use… Continue Reading →

Who Watches The Watchmen? No One After Seeing Amazon’s The Boys!

Alan Moore’s epic comic book series, Watchmen, painted a very dark look at the lives of superheroes. Up until then, people didn’t put much thought into the “behind the mask” world that superheroes lived. We didn’t think anything but “superhero… Continue Reading →

Family Ties Bring Out the Best of Final Space

Through 15 episodes, Final Space has created bizarre situations for its characters, along with some pretty good laughs, but the animated galactic sci-fi show shines when it deals with family ties. In fact, its sad episodes are much more effective… Continue Reading →

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