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Cube is a Cerebral Character Study [Retrospective]

A group of strangers wake up inside a giant contraption. Each one of them possesses a unique characteristic or skill that can aid the group in their plight to try and escape the mechanism. But they mu...

Alien (1979) The problem with sub-genres - label makers

How Alien Raised the Bar for Visuals in Horror

Throughout most of the 1970’s, horror was very focused on realism. There was a transition period in the previous decade that moved the genre away from the gothic Hammer films, truly cementing horror i...

The Ring

Ten of the Most Chilling Settings in Horror

One of the most obvious parts of the filmgoing experience is the presentation of images given to the audience. Many factors contribute to the scare factor in a horror film, such as sound, acting, tens...

Prince of Darkness 1987

Six Surprisingly Great Sci-Fi Horror Movies That Nobody Saw

The science fiction and horror genres have always gone hand in hand, dating back even before Mary Shelley’s seminal work in both genres, Frankenstein. Many of the gothic horrors of the nineteenth cent...

Negative Space

Comic Review: Negative Space #2

The second issue of Negative Space kicks off by answering all of our leftover questions from the first issue in order to quickly and effectively move the story forward. It works. The whole thing is no...

Predator Sequel Movie

Why It’s Perfectly OK to Call Predator a Horror Movie

It’s one of the biggest, most influential science fiction epics of all time. Predator already is, without question, a blending of genres. It is all-out action and all-out sci-fi at the same time. You ...

Prince of Darkness 1987

Why John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness Was a Surprising Twist on Devil Movies

John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness was an unexpected movie that came about at an unexpected time. Through the 1970’s and early ‘80’s, satanic horror had been exhausted to the point that by the end of...

Negative Space

Negative Space #1 [Comic Review]

Negative Space is an extremely promising new comic and I can’t wait to see how it develops. The plot is still somewhat mysterious but centers around a shadowy organization that mines the depths of hum...

Alien vs Predator: Fire and Stone

Alien vs. Predator: Fire and Stone TPB [Comic Review]

The ambitious Fire and Stone storyline is, in some ways, the Alien and Predator version of the shared universe model that everything is trying to adopt. It’s neat in theory: Fire and Stone is one over...

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