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Don’t Breathe: A Reflection of Fear in Society

Looking back on any given movie of a certain time period is a good way to discover the values that society had held during that time. Moreover, horror movies, in particular, have displayed common allegories that give clues into the… Continue Reading →

Helter Skelter Meets Honky Holocaust

A few weeks ago, I was given a screener for one of Troma films’ newest acquired flicks: Honky Holocaust. Jumping at the opportunity to review anything from the Kaufman group, I couldn’t wait to find time to screen what would… Continue Reading →

Ex Machina

Blurring the dividing line between artificial intelligence and humanity, Ex Machina questions society’s perception of reality.

Minority Report

Thirteen years after Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg paired up to make a movie based on the Phillip K. Dick short story, Minority Report returns to the small screen.

Fear the Walking Dead: The Dog

The neighbors are restless.

Dragon Con Interview: Shannon Chesnut

Per Matt Perish the thought, but if there’s ever a global disaster taking place in the near future, how would you react to the end of the world? Get survivalism tips, learn how to react to natural disasters, prepare for… Continue Reading →

Talking Dead Season 6 Preview Special

Looking ahead to Season 6, AMC used some summertime hype to help promote The Walking Dead.

Spider-Man Enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe — A Galactus-Sized BIG Deal

Spider-Man is swinging into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is a HUGE (caps on purpose) game-changing addition, mutually boosting Marvel and Sony’s motion picture storytelling options and potential revenue.

Undead Obsessed: Finding Meaning in Zombies

Part pop-culture examination, part personal journal and part hypothesis, Jessica Robinson’s non-fiction book uses the undead as a metaphor to explore real-world fears that could lead to a possible Zombie Apocalypse!

The Hospital Interview: Jim O’Rear

Per Matt Jim O’Rear is always up to something.

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