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American Horror Story Heads to Slasher Summer Camp

As September winds down and October inches ever closer, more season premieres begin to air. That also means Halloween isn’t far away. What better time time of year for American Horror Story to return?

Deadly Class is Highly Addictive

It’s retro, full of punk rock and attitude… the ’80s never looked so good! Deadly Class has been highly addictive to watch throughout its first season, as the show tells the tale of a homeless teenager attending a prestigious school… Continue Reading →

I Want My COMET TV!

In this media-centric world we live in, finding good entertainment options can often be complicated. At home, I have satellite television, where there’s hundreds of options which I can watch, but there always seems to be nothing of interest on…. Continue Reading →

Reshoots, Rewrites and Reboots of a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

With multiple directors’ chairs rotating (as well as different screenwriters checking out) within the cinematic Star Wars Universe, what, exactly, is going on with Lucasfilm?

The Grand Ole Gameroom Expo Levels Up for 2017

Per Matt More than 200 pinball games and video games from throughout the years will be set to free play and will be available to be enjoyed with a sense of nostalgia, alongside plenty of newer games as the Grand… Continue Reading →

Ragnarok Brings Thor a Lighthearted Adventure With Serious Repercussions

Per Matt Who knew the God of Thunder could actually smile, laugh and seemingly have a good time? Thor: Ragnarok proves it’s actually possible, creating a lighthearted adventure that will give Guardians of the Galaxy a run for its money as… Continue Reading →

Video Game Throwback: Maniac Mansion

While it’s around Halloween and we all start watching DansGaming or check Steam for some killer deals (no pun intended) on horror games, I figured I’d go back to one of the first horror-adventure games I played as a child… Continue Reading →

Charlize Theron Out Cools James Bond in Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde is based on The Coldest City, a graphic novel written by Antony Johnston. The film is pulpy and retro, basically exactly what you would expect from a graphic novel adaption. It opens with a clip of Reagan, neon lighting… Continue Reading →

Snowfall n the Hood

Snowfall, created by Boyz n the Hood writer-directer John Singleton, premiered with a bang last week.

GLOW Delivers Hits and Misses for Netflix

Welcome back to #HauntLife. This week, I am going to give my thoughts on the Netflix series, GLOW. Yes… GLOW. I know, you probably are wondering what this has to do with haunting and horror and such. But just ignore… Continue Reading →

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