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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 →

My Guilty Pleasure: Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies

Holiday horror, Zombie comedy or guilty pleasure, Attack of the Lederhosen (or Alpine Zombies, which was used during production) is an undead Austrian movie featuring snowboarders fighting off hordes of the undead on a mountaintop resort. It’s definitely a “Night… Continue Reading →

Remaking a Remake with The Magnificent Seven

Per Matt Reimagining classic movies is nothing new in this day and age, but when, exactly, did remakes of remakes actually begin? Surely, back in 1954, Akira Kurosawa had no idea his film, Seven Samurai, would make a lasting pop-cultural influence… Continue Reading →

Waryard Pines is the Creepy Summer Series You Should Be Watching

In a world that highlights both a simple small-town, as well as a dystopian future awaiting the last shreds of humanity, Wayward Pines is a science-fiction thriller that slowly unspools a horrific mystery. It’s definitely the TV series you should… Continue Reading →

How World of Warcraft Shaped My Life

Ah, I remember the year of 2004 as if it was yesterday. Janet Jackson had her infamous “wardrobe malfunction” in front of millions of shocked football fans. The final episode of Frasier aired, signalling the end of the Cheers era. Casey… Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones: Episode Six – The Ice Dragon

“The worst is yet to come.” Never before has a line of dialogue so accurately foreshadowed the fates of the main characters in Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series.

Wayward Pines

Without knowing any of the specific details, if you were told there’s a TV show that’s altogether creepy, spooky, mysterious, strange and possibly ooky, would that pique your interests?

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