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We bring T-shirt Joe onto the show with us!

This week we welcome back T-Shirt Joe, a comic book fan, to talk about the movie that everyone is raving about GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY.  Tim comes at us with DEATHSPORT. 66 more words


Black Mirror Is Going to Have a Christmas Special Because of Course It Will

Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker’s very weird, very wonderful Twitter Twilight Zone, will be back on BBC4 Christmas day. And if you were worried that the show might lose its gloomy viciousness, fear not: Brooker said he’s looking to make it a cross between the traditional “ghost story at Christmas” and the Amicus’ compendium horror movies of the 70s. 179 more words

TV Reviews

Worms v Potatoes. Two New Anthologies from Knightwatch Press.

“Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams. They are journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and still be back in time for dinner.” - 1,917 more words

Articles Of Interest

Gross Movie Reviews #327

Gross Movie Reviews #327


By Tim Gross


Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda (DVD/SyFy Channel) – Robert Carradine finds a way to make a mutant barracuda into a military weapon and Sharktopus just happens to thaw out from a glacier for a fight to the death between these titans. 1,596 more words


Nein, Nyet, No: a brief history of jazz, rock & roll, race and repression

Mitch Mitchell takes a look at the music that made racists and rulers come out in hives

Jazz was the first popular music to sweep the world. 1,120 more words



In all honesty the third season of Tales from the crypt only had a handful of noteworthy episodes, one of those episodes was “Carrion Death” which stared Kyle Maclahlan and was more of a crime episode with a rather gruesome ending then straight horror. 221 more words

90s Horror

The (Sometimes) Terrifying Tales O' Traci!

With organic products at an all time demand, one needn’t look further than the iconic Traci Lords for some true naturalism in acting.

Even in such quickly shot crime dramas as 1991’s… 251 more words