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New Year, New Me Makes Me Hate Being a Content Creator

Becoming a content creator was going to be a fun pastime for me, or so I thought. In 2018, my wife and I split up, and I needed something to fill the void. It was always quiet in the house… Continue Reading →

Clerks III May Be Great, But Have You Seen Tusk?

The body horror subgenre is full of outstanding movies that will make your skin crawl. I have reviewed a few recently, such as Swallow and Titane (So check those reviews out, por favor!), but my appreciation for the genre, itself,… Continue Reading →

Claude Rains Brings Gravitas to Battle of the Worlds

Per Matt In 1961, a little-known low-budget sci-fi film from Italy (Il Pianeta Degli Uomini Spenti) was released as Battle of the Worlds in the United States. Claude Rains headlined a mostly English-speaking ensemble that faced an interplanetary threat to… Continue Reading →

Shudder’s Mad God is a Horror Film 30 Years in the Making

Who doesn’t love a good stop-motion film? In this modern age of cinema, these relics of the past are rare to find. Mainstream Hollywood has access to so many ways to create fictional worlds in an easier, recyclable way that… Continue Reading →

Reenlisting The A-Team, MeTV is On the Jazz!

Per Matt “I love it when a plan comes together.” Those eight words epitomize one of television’s biggest pop-culture sensations during the ’80s. Beginning in 1983, I was introduced to my very first antiheroes and for five seasons, I never… Continue Reading →

Forget Snakes on a Plane! Netflix offers Vampires on a Plane with Blood Red Sky.

Vampires have always had a special place in my heart. As a kid, I would eat Count Chocula cereal. I would watch Count Duckula. I would dress as Dracula for Halloween. My bookshelf was littered with books about vampire lore…. Continue Reading →

Liam Neeson Gets Vengeance on The Ice Road

Per Matt Ever since Ice Road Truckers premiered on the History Channel in 2007, I’ve been a fan of snowy programming that took my mind off the summertime humidity while living in the South. This is just one reason I… Continue Reading →

Primal’s Visual Storytelling Racks Up Three Emmy Awards

Dialogue is overrated, right? When it comes to some filmmakers, they can’t have enough witty conversations, despite the depictions of their paper-thin characters. But when it comes to Genndy Tartakovsky’s skills, he can craft more emotion with practically no dialogue,… Continue Reading →

The Suicide Squad Returns and There Will Be Hell to Pay

Amanda Waller is sending the Suicide Squad on another mission.

What’s Next, After The First Day of the Rest of Your Life?

There’s pain, punishment, betrayal, revenge and plenty of walkers rising as Season 7 ends for The Walking Dead.

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