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Ash vs Evil Dead Complete Collection

Ash vs Evil Dead: The Complete Collection is the Groovy and Spectacular Swan Song of an Icon [Blu-Ray Review]

When prophecies spoke of a timeless hero, they were probably alluding to someone with a tad more integrity and someone less fond of dick jokes than Ash Williams. In a war against ancient evil, however...

Hocus Pocus Sanderson Sisters - Eight obscure sub-genres that need to make a comeback.

Hocus Pocus is the Greatest Gateway Horror Movie Ever [Here’s Why]

Some movies are just plain comfortable. They may not be the best films in terms of acting, plot, direction or cinematography, but they nonetheless put a smile on your face every time someone brings th...

The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue

How Well Does The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue Hold Up Today?

I recently decided to give the underrated Italian gem, The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue a try and I’m glad I did. The premise of the film is simple yet effective. An incident at a petrol station i...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 4

As quickly as he made it there, Sebastian is swept from the oven and into the inferno, as the regime finally accepts him back into the club. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Marla bounds from spin...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 3

As last issue’s climax may have suggested, the lull of Fight Club 2 is over. Fresh from a recent, Marla-spurred beating, we are awarded both a literal and proverbial new face of Sebastian. Likewise, w...

Tales from the Crypt

EC Archives Tales from the Crypt Volume I [Advance Review]

Fifty years removed, it’s still a bit haunting to be counted among the Crypt Keeper’s many “little pretties.” With the power of Dark Horse, Tales from the Crypt Volume I has been extracted from the EC...

Ben Wheatleys Kill List movie

Kill List- Aint Nobody Messing With My Clique

[soliloquy id=”3966″] Personally, I love Kill List. Directed by Ben Wheatley, it’s different, it’s refreshing, it’s mind-boggling and it’s a clever movie. Jay (Neil Maskell- Atonement) and...

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