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...Really Drive You Insane

In the world of pop culture there are certain films or shows that reach such a high level of devotion from their fans that they achieve cult status. 262 more words


Genre Conventions, I Defy You

One of my current favorite shows on TV is Jane the Virgin, a clever, satirical romance-drama-telenovela hybrid that is one of the smarter shows I’ve seen in the last few years. 454 more words


Fight of the Living Dead: Experiment 88 (2016) Review

Fight of the Living Dead: Experiment 88 joins the folds of the YouTube Red community with edge of your seat entertainment and a fascinating social experiment both in real life and fictionally. 335 more words


Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 5: Spilt Milk Recap

If you would like to read a recap of last week’s episode, click here. Last week’s episode gave us the first real test of Roger and Riggs’ relationship when Roger’s family became involved. 1,412 more words


Halloween Havoc! Extra: A Brief Interlude with Tor Johnson on His Birthday

Ed Wood’s favorite ghoul, Tor Johnson was born on this date in 1903. The wrestler-turned-actor (long before Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson!) began appearing in films in the 1930’s in bit parts before being cast as Bela Lugosi’s henchman Lobo in BRIDE OF THE MONSTER, and becoming one of horror’s iconic characters (so iconic, a Halloween mask created by Don Post in Tor’s likeness became Post’s biggest seller ever!). 42 more words


John Cleese talks The Walking Dead

Exciting for the premiere of Season 7 of The Walking Dead? You know I am. For the few left who have never watched it or for those who are a little behind, who better to recap what has happened so far than the legendary John Cleese. 107 more words


Westworld is a Show About Ideas, But What Are They?

I’ve seen the first three episodes of Westworld, and I’m seriously thinking about not watching any more.

For those who don’t know, Westworld is the new expensive and expansive HBO drama, which has clearly been positioned to take over in the cultural conversation now that megahit… 1,020 more words