Buffy High School Years

Comic Review: Buffy: The High School Years: Parental Parasite

The latest hardcover Buffy: The High School Years graphic novel hits stores soon and I’m happy to say that it very much feels like an early episode of the...

Not Quite Horror: Colossal (2017)

Horror is evolving as a genre. Although your local multiplex is still loaded with the usual contenders, look a bit closer and you’ll find the latest drama, thriller, or...

Review: Twin Peaks: The Return Scores a Perfect 10!

Twin Peaks is back. There has never been a show before or since quite like David Lynch’s foray into television. Co-created with Mark Frost in 1990, Twin Peaks hit...

Comic Review: Joe Golem: Occult Detective The Outer Dark #1 Hits The Ground Running

Joe Golem: Occult Detective The Outer Dark #1 takes place two years after the events of Joe Golem and the Drowning City, in which Joe saved the Drowning City...
Angel the series

Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #5

This season of the Angel comic has settled into a Doctor Who routine of Angel and a companion going on adventures through space and time. But the reason for...

Review: Documentary Unacknowledged Attempts To Answer The Hard Questions By Drawing Non-existent Parallel

Unacknowledged is a documentary produced and written primarily by Dr. Steven M. Greer, the founder of The Disclosure Project, an organization whose main goal is to disclose information about...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #7

In this issue, the season does the unthinkable by finally getting out of the Safe Zone—but in typical Buffy fashion, it doesn’t come without a huge cost. Be warned,...

Second Opinion: Alien: Covenant

Ridley Scott’s latest foray into the universe belonging to Synthetic Beings and Xenomorphs is an intense and compelling horror ride. If you were not a big fan of Alien:...

Advance Review: The Survivalist Does Being Bleak A Bit Too Well

The Survivalist revolves around an unnamed male figure, simply referred to as the survivalist, and his existence in an uncivilized, post-apocalyptic world. The survivalist spends his time making it...

Advance Review: Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant is deliberately titled, as its predecessor Prometheus was, to alert us to the supposedly deep ideas contained within.  A chilly, pretentious, dangerously snooze-inducing prologue sees Bad Android...
Psycho Pass

Comic Review: Psycho Pass: Shinya Kogami Volume 2

Psycho Pass is a Japanese manga series that takes place in the next century of human existence. In this new imagination of our future, humans are guaranteed a society...

Comic Review: Harrow County Volume 5: Abandoned

Harrow County is a horror-drama comic book series that revolves around a small southern town and its residents, who are plagued by supernatural forces. This new volume, Abandoned, focuses on a...
Predator Concrete Jungle

Comic Review: Predator 30th Anniversary Collection

Reading this collection was a blast from the past. I collected every Aliens and Predator comic I could get my hands on as a kid. This 30th anniversary book...

Review: Dead Awake Will Leave You Fearing Your Bed

Sleep paralysis is a hot topic right now. Understandable, considering it's the ideal breeding ground for horror movies aside from being completely terrifying. Following on from deadeningly dull documentary...
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Advance Review: Spell on Wheels

First, before I say anything, hats off to Dark Horse Comics for putting so many women together on a project like Spell on Wheels. Kate Leth, Jen Bartel, and...