Army of Darkness: Hellbillies and Deadnecks

I’m not going to waste any time here, so I’ll get right to the point. This book sucks! There I said it and I feel much better. Now you”re probably asking your self, “How could a story featuring our Evil Dead/Army of Darkness hero suck so bad?” Well let me tell you… It was written…

Posted by Kevin in Comics, Horror, Reviews / January 23, 2010
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035 Corey Feldman Talks Lost Boys 3!

Among all the other craziness going on in his life, nestled somewhere between picking his kid up from school, buying a new house and wrapping up a shoot in South Africa, Corey took some time out of his day to give us the inside track on the third Lost Boys movie; the Thirst. Find out…

Posted by Jonny in Genre, Horror, Interviews, Podcasts / January 22, 2010 /One comment so far
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Book Of Eli

As movie opens, the audience is treated to characters that look as though they stepped right out of the Road Warrior or strangely enough, Highlander 2. There’s a demonstration of action and violence that seems to be borrowed in no small part from Oldboy, but these comparisons are meant to be more complimentary than criticizing….

Posted by Jonny in Action, Genre, Movies, Reviews / January 22, 2010 /One comment so far
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Halloween II

Everyone hates Halloween 2. EVERYONE hates Halloween 2… but me. At least that”s how it seems when I talk to people about it. The sad thing is that most people didn”t like it because it simply wasn”t what they were expecting. How sad it is that bold and exciting directions in a sequel are punished…

Posted by Jonny in DVD Vault, Genre, Horror, Reviews, Uncategorized / January 22, 2010
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Joe the Barbarian #1

Fables, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Marvel 1985, recently Unwritten and now Joe the Barbarian all bring fictitious characters that we know into (a still fictitious) real world situation. The question will be whether or not Grant Morrison can put enough of an interesting spin on this idea to keep it fresh. His collaborator Sean Murphy…

Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / January 22, 2010
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The Goon Goes Digital On Itunes!

JANUARY 20, MILWAUKIE, OR—Fans and critics alike rejoiced in 2008, when creator Eric Powell took his redneck zombie noir, The Goon, monthly for an entire calendar year. Following the release of the landmark graphic novel Chinatown and the Mystery of Mr. Wicker, Powell laid out his most complex story line to date, spanning twelve issues….

Posted by Jonny in Comics / January 20, 2010 /Leave a comment
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Exploring the moral responsibility of network television, Live! features Eva Mendes as a TV exec who creates a new reality/game show based on Russian Roulette. Each contestant will pull the trigger and have a chance to either blow their brains out or win five million dollars on live TV. Sure, the concept is exciting and…

Posted by Jonny in DVD Vault, Reviews / January 17, 2010 /One comment so far
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