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Review: The Nightmare

The time is 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 6th, 2015. My beautiful wife has fallen asleep next to me and I am not even remotely tired. After all, it’s Saturday

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Review: Wytches – Issues #1-6

Wytches is written by Scott Snyder (American Vampire, Swamp Thing, Batman). Art by Jock (who has produced key art, concept design and promotional imagery for many projects including Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy,

B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 21: Axe Giant and Header

This action-packed episode of B-Movies and E-Books features Brian Alan DeLaney and Craig Wade briefly discussing the state of horror television, Ash vs. Evil Dead, The Canal, and Archie vs.
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Five Horror Items You Can’t Live Without. You Won’t Believe Number 3!

Sorry for the title of this article. This was my first (and possibly my last) attempt at writing an obvious click-bait title. There’s really nothing cooler about the third item on this

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Trailer: Ash vs Evil Dead

All aboard the hype train. I am not going to lie, although there is nothing in this trailer (and I am not entirely sure that even is Bruce Campbell) this

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Review: The Canal

I went into this one without knowing a single thing about it and I do not regret that one bit. I highly recommend that you check this film out without

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Review: Archie Vs. Predator – Issue #2

A couple of weeks back, I reviewed Archie Vs. Predator Issue #1. Though the review was positive, I bemoaned the fact that the Predator didn’t make much of an impact on the

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Review: Supernatural – Dark Dynasty

What kind of medical lab holds meetings with potential volunteers after hours? The episode opens with a college student applying for a spot in an eyesight related medical test to

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Review: Lucky Bastard

Summary: Aside from his other entrepreneurial porn video pursuits, Mike runs a website called “Lucky Bastard” that allows porn fans a chance to have sex with porn stars. For reasons

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REVIEW: Baltimore The Cult of the Red King #1

The story opens in 1920s Rome, with a group of men looking for a church in the slums of the city. Upon reaching the dilapidated building they realize it is