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Bubba Ho-Tep.

Bubba Ho-Tep is not a movie to be taken seriously, straight from the Pulp Fiction inspired opening definition of its name the cards are on the table. 365 more words

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Comic Review - Army of Darkness: Ash Gets Hitched #2

Publisher: Dynamite

Writer: Steve Niles

Artist: Nacho Tenorio

Release Date: Aug 27th 2014

Last time out, our hero didn’t have his troubles to seek. In addition to dealing with the repercussions of unleashing an unspeakable evil on the land, he’s had to postpone his wedding to Sheila, and has just discovered he is about to become a father. 302 more words


Discovery Ups Eileen O'Neill To New Post: Discovery Studios Global Group President

Discovery Communications has named Eileen O’Neill to the new post of global group president at Discovery Studios. The 25-year Discovery exec will now lead its worldwide production division, overseeing all international facilities and creative talent at Discovery Studios, managing the company’s in-house production units and serving on the board of directors of All3Media once that transaction has closed, the company announced this morning.  266 more words


REVIEW: 'Army of Darkness: Ash Gets Hitched' #2

(Dynamite Entertainment, 2014)

Written by Steve Niles
Art by Nacho Tenorio
Colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick
Letters by Marshall Dillon and Dave Lanphear

Rev up your engines, snap that chainsaw into your arm socket, and shade your eyes from the flashing blue light.  537 more words

Comic Book Reviews

Jets' initial roster cuts include Bruce Campbell

The Jets have commenced the process of reducing the roster to 75 by cutting seven players, including veteran tackle Bruce Campbell.

Campbell, a fourth-round pick of the Raiders in 2010 who ran an… 70 more words

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Spoke Art Release A New Poster By Ghoulish Gary Pullin Commemorating The Cult Movies Of William Lustig

William Lustig may not be a household name like say, Steven Spielberg, but cult cinema fans will certainly be aware of his work on movies such as  243 more words

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Best of Netflix Watch Instantly: “The Evil Dead” (1981)

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Few enough students remember the halcyon days before Hillary Clinton and Joe Lieberman gave birth to the Entertainment Software Rating Board with their puritanical caterwauling on the Senate floor, railing against the danger that games like Mortal Kombat posed to American society. 784 more words

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