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Review: Don’t Breathe

It has been a little while since I have posted a movie review, but there was no way that I could ignore the new film, Don't Breathe, directed by Fede

“Green Room” A Scary as Shit Review by Jeremy Johnson

Many considered writer/director, Jeremy Saulnier’s, feature debut, “Blue Ruin,” one of the best films of 2015.  The way in which he is able to build narrative, character, and tension is


“Gravy” A Scary as Shit Review by Jeremy Johnson

James Roday- the guy from Psyche- is a very confident man.  From lead actor to writer to director, it has proven effective to move fast, commit to the actions, and


“Hush” A Scary as Shit Review by Jeremy Johnson

Writers love writing about writers going crazy and suffering and winning.  It’s self-indulgent, one might even say masturbatory.  But here’s the thing: you write what you know.  And you can’t


The Analog Chronicles: Needful Things

To sit in a dark room with only the flickering light of the television casting shadows on the walls, and the slight hum and whistle of the almighty videocassette recorder


“He Never Died” A Scary as Shit Review by Jeremy Johnson

Some might call Henry Rollins “abrasive, yet effective.” Others might perceive Rollins as a thorny asshole, filled with smaller thorny assholes, which are filled with even smaller thorny assholes, oozing


Review: Aliens: Defiance #1

Let me be upfront: I’m fairly new to comics. I mean, when I was in middle school I collected Marvel cards, but never read the comics. I do, though, recall


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


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


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