Chevy Chase teams up with Charlton Heston at Christmas

This year I put in an old-favorite and a newcomer to watch with family and friends, rediscovering that Christmas can really be a popular setting for movies.  I think some Christmas movies are… Continue reading

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes looks amazing

The trailer for 2014’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes was released a few days ago and it looks amazing.  I can’t believe the make-up job that they’ve done.  I actually believed… Continue reading

Star Trek 3 in 2016

Yes, they’ve changed writers and they don’t even have a director, but hollywoodreporter.com says there will be Star Trek in 2016.  All I have to say is that they better get going on… Continue reading

Who HASN’T auditioned for Star Wars episode 7??

I was curious about Star Wars news this morning and found a PLETHORA, a mountain, and a gigantic pile of rumors.  Yes, there is a lot of information flying around about Star Wars… Continue reading

Godzilla 2014 – PLOT REVEALED

The new Godzilla movie coming in 2014 will star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston, and Elizabeth Olsen.  This new entry into the Godzilla franchise will bring us new monster action and brand new, classic Godzilla scenes worthy… Continue reading

Walking Dead pic of the week #1!

The Walking Dead comic started off about ten years ago by Robert Kirkman and penciler Tony Moore.  I don’t remember The Walking Dead #1 having a huge impact or even being a huge… Continue reading

Do zombies have intelligence?

After watching a lot of zombie movies and television shows, I think zombies do show intelligence in the most rudimentary sense.  The classic case is of course from Romero’s trilogy of zombie movies,… Continue reading

Walking Dead season 4 episode 8, “Too Far Gone” Review

At the end of last week’s episode, The Governor had his sights on the prison and some of its inhabitants, who strayed into his gunsight.  The episode opens with The Governor recruiting a group… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein was released in 1948 to huge success, leading to Abbott and Costello meeting most of the other Universal monsters.  Frankenstein is not alone in this one however, but… Continue reading

The Mummy (1932) … Remembered

The story of The Mummy  has been the subject of film for many years, but the 1932 original remains a classic. Universal produced six installments of the horror film and Hammer Films produced… Continue reading

Where did Hammer Horror Come from?

Hammer Films was a British company founded back in the 30s and reinvented several times.  From what I’ve been able to read, they created some quirky films during the 30s and 40s, but… Continue reading

Who will die on the Walking Dead midseason finale?

It’s fun to predict who might die on the Walking Dead because I think there are definite clues!  The best part of the show is that they keep dialing up the threat and… Continue reading

The iconic Maltese Falcon Sells for a lot!

The Bonhams and TCM movie memorabilia auction happened today and there was a lot of action.  There were items from assorted movies across history, from the late 20’s to the 90’s.  The highlight… Continue reading

Walking Dead season 4 ep 7, Dead Weight

Someone is going to be Dead Weight in this episode and I bet five bucks that they would die.  There’s no room for dead weight, bro! I won five bucks. I wasn’t sure… Continue reading

Almost Human (ep 1) on FOX … Review

I was really surprised by Almost Human, the new sci-fi show on Fox starring Karl Urban.  Yes, the guy from the Star Trek reboot does sound a little like Bones, especially at his… Continue reading

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