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Genndy Prepares for a Another Emmy with Primal’s Second Season

Per Matt Something is definitely amiss if you don’t recognize the name Genndy Tartakovsky in the year 2022. The multi-hyphenate filmmaker rose to prominence working on The Powerpuff Girls and Batman: The Animated Series, later creating Dexter’s Laboratory and Star… Continue Reading →

Grief Rears Its Ugly Head in Fishbowl

We all deal with grief differently. And the funny thing about grief is how we react to it sometimes changes, even when most everything is the same. When my father passed away, I was distraught. My dad was my hero…. Continue Reading →

Old Man Salazar Triumphantly Returns to Fear The Walking Dead

If you’ve been watching Fear The Walking Dead this summer — And why wouldn’t you be? — you would have realized by the second episode that there were a lot of new characters who were introduced this year. The crossover… Continue Reading →

The Impossible Haunt Tour: Four Haunted Houses in One Night

Welcome back to a new episode of the blog I like to call #HauntLife. This week, I am going to explain what the Impossible Haunt Tour is, and why my wife is very happy with the results. And no, it’s… Continue Reading →

Woodshock is as Boring as it is Pretty

I watched the opening credits to Woodshock with high hopes, thinking that maybe the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte would find as much success infusing their artistic sensibilities in a film as Tom Ford found in A Single Man and Nocturnal Animals. If they… Continue Reading →

Reviewing The Walking Dead: A New Frontier From The Gallows

Telltale Games has released “From the Gallows,” the fifth and final episode for their Season 3 story by The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. And today I am going to review it for you here, on #HauntLife.

Is The Curse of Oak Island Any Closer to Being Solved?

If there’s one thing The Curse of Oak Island resolved in the two-hour season finale, it’s that Marty, Rick and the rest of the treasure-hunting crew keep getting closer… but to what? For the most part, the only answers they’re… Continue Reading →

Hollow Victories and Bittersweet Endings

There are a lot of different ways storytellers resolve their plot lines. Specifically with limited series or movies, the writer or director implements an underlying theme throughout that is meant to leave a certain impression on the viewer. Full-fledged television… Continue Reading →

Ghost Adventures Haunts The Bell Witch Cave

After 10 seasons, the Ghost Adventures Crew finally visited the Bell Witch Cave.

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