The Walking Dead Season 5 predictions part 1

This is the first post of my predictions for season 5 of The Walking Dead.  My sources are E! News, bloodydisgusting.com, hollywoodreporter.com, and other websites.  The trailers paint the story as fairly predictable, though… Continue reading

The Pirate Bay: Away From Keyboard (2013)

Hosted by Hulu.com, The Pirate Bay: Away From Keyboard (2013) is a documentary about the founders of The Pirate Bay, the largest pirate file sharing site in the world and probably the most… Continue reading

Greatest Sherlock Holmes #12: Redheads are funny

This episode of “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”  is hilarious, but it also uses a mix of the bizarre and the ordinary to introduce Professor Moriarty.  I say ordinary because the crime is… Continue reading

Angry Video Game Nerd THE MOVIE…Review

James Rolfe is the Angry Video Game Nerd, an exaggerated caricature who hates playing bad video games, but plays them anyway, to the amusement of millions of addicted YouTube fans.  Rolfe started making episodes… Continue reading

1950s horror mirrors today and this movie doesn’t help

There are some similarities between the horror movie industry of the 1950s and today, mostly because both periods are stagnant and full of horror sequels.  Universal released a whole mess of second-rate sequels in… Continue reading

The most infamous woman in history you didn’t know about

Countess Dracula (1971) could be the most underrated Hammer horror film ever made, one I never knew was based on real life female serial killer.  This movie was loosely based on the life… Continue reading

Romero ripped off Vincent Price’s The Last Man on Earth (1964)

George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1968) has the same themes and the same message as The Last Man on Earth (1964), including shambling monsters and a big bad plague.  Both of… Continue reading

Will Nightcrawler (2014) be a good Halloween movie?

I think I’m going to go see Nightcrawler (2014) when it comes out October 31st, simply based on the buzz, and the fact that I think Jake Gyllenhaal is a good actor.  There’s not… Continue reading

Jack Pierce designs The Werewolf of London

Werewolf of London (1935) was filmed six years before The Wolf Man (1941), but make-up artist and design champ Jack Pierce perfected his craft on this film.  The designs in this film were re-used on in… Continue reading

AMC Releases Season 5 pics

With The Walking Dead premiere just around the corner, AMC released some season five pictures for the fans.  The pictures are obviously from the season opener, which debuts on October 12th.  The rudimentary… Continue reading

Do you remember The Fly (1958)?

Vincent Price starred in The Fly (1958), and one scene will be stuck in our cultural lexicon forever, right alongside Darth Vader, Humphrey Bogart’s quotes in Casablanca, and Homer saying “Doh!”.   The… Continue reading

Greatest Sherlock Holmes #11: How Watson Learned the Trick

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote “How Watson Learned the Trick” many years after he stopped writing Sherlock Holmes fulltime, and some of this humorous story appears in the Jeremy Brett episode, “The Resident… Continue reading

Labor Day Memories: Clerks

This Kevin Smith movie shows two guys working in two retail stores and I think it is the Labor Day poster child.  The main character is Dante, and he hates his job, just like everyone… Continue reading

Vincent Price’s House on Haunted Hill (1959) … Remembered

William Castle pulled out his latest gag to freak out young people, and rake in the cash, thereby making more out of less in his 1959 production of House on Haunted Hill.  This… Continue reading

Guardians of the Galaxy: Pure Crap or Solid Gold?

I have to say that as Marvel movies get deeper, more detailed, and actually become better for it, the bad ones are going to stand out more.  This was not the case for… Continue reading

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