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30 Years Later, What Can We Expect From Bill & Ted?

Per Matt Bill S. Preston Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan were DEFINITELY products of the ’80s. The two time-traveling metalhead slackers were wonderous, in all of their simplicity. Spouting infectious catchphrases and traveling much like Doctor Who long before smartphones… Continue Reading →

IFC Films’ Swallow is Hard to Stomach

IFC Films made headlines last year when it bought the U.S. rights for the Carlo Mirabella-Davis film Swallow. This purchase was made shortly after the movie premiered to great accolades at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film’s star, Haley Bennett,… Continue Reading →

Ghost Drives the Backstory for AMC’s NOS4A2

Long before today’s self-driving cars were developed by VW and Google, Nos4A2 had a fully autonomous 1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith, which drives a killer backstory in the digital short, Ghost.

Once Upon a Time at Christmas is No Bedtime Story for Children

Once Upon a Time at Christmas is kinda like Hallmark or Lifetime decided to jump into the subgenre of Christmas horror films and decided to throw in a dash of Fargo-type police story. Or was this supposed to be a… Continue Reading →

You Better Watch Out, ‘Cause Krampus is Coming to Town: A Christmas Horror Story Review

If you are the kind of person who enjoys horror anthologies, A Christmas Horror Story will be a fun, cozy watch this Christmas. Slightly nontraditional to the anthology format, the directors interweave each story. So, you watch a few minutes… Continue Reading →

Phantasm a Series of Really, Really Unfortunate Events

If you don’t like spoilers… don’t read this blog, because I’m giving away the main spoiler. Stop reading. Right Now.

Voltron: Legendary Defender — A Light and Fun Adventure

“Why do they have to form Voltron every time?” my 6-year-old pondered. When I was his age, I had the same thought. Some things never change.

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 →

Strippers, Scouts and Zombies

Growing pains are especially difficult when the undead are attacking… such is the case in Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.

Catching Cooties: An Infectious Film

Per Matt Circle, circle, dot, dot, now you’ve got your Cooties shot. That imaginary vaccination won’t prevent a food-borne virus from reaching pandemic levels, turning every third- and fourth-grade student in Ft. Chicken, Illinois into undead terrors, but it’s a… Continue Reading →

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