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Lost in Space Soars After Slow Start [Blu-ray Review]

In 1965, Irwin Allen created one of the most beloved science fiction television shows with Lost in Space. The idea was a new take on Johann David Wyss’ Swiss Family Robinson. A remake film adaption wa...

Craig muMs Grant

Exclusive Interview: Craig muMs Grant Talks Hover

Craig muMs Grant is an accomplished actor, poet and playwright. Perhaps best known for his role in HBO’s Oz, he has an impressive resume that spans numerous productions. Grant wrote the short film, Mo...

Exclusive Interview: Hover Director Matt Osterman

Wicked Horror recently had the occasion to sit down with director Matt Osterman to discuss his new film, Hover. We got the lowdown from the director on the use of drones in his film, his approach to o...

Advance Review: The Art Of Rick And Morty Is A Slam Dunk For New Viewers And Portal Gun Carrying Fans Alike

The Art of Rick and Morty is delightful art compilation of character designs, environments, sci-fi props and much more from the hit show, with the added bonus of being guided through the collection by...

Review: The Dark North Is A Nordic Gem Featuring A Stunning Mixture Of Strange And Beautiful Work From A Variety Of Scandinavian Artists And Illustrators

Originally crowdfunded through Kickstarter in 2016, The Dark North, is a beautifully sinister anthology containing breathtaking work from five of Scandinavia’s best artists. The Dark North prese...

Review: The Answer Is A Unique Sci-fi Thriller With A Refreshingly Emotional Male Lead

The Answer, a sci-fi thriller from High Octane Pictures, revolves primarily around Bridd Cole (played by Austin Heibert, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Above Suspicion) a man who leads a depressingly bo...

Comic Review: Kill all Monsters Omnibus Volume 1 Showcases A Terrifying, Apocalyptic Parallel Universe

Kill all Monsters Omnibus Volume 1 is an upcoming book, from Dark Horse comics, about a parallel universe where humans’ technology is our downfall. In an apocalyptic world where humans are scarc...

The Fly

Nerd Rage: Engaging Horror Movies About Science and Scientists

We typically think of horror films as being about everyday young people, stranded in a situation they have no control over. Even many science-fiction/horror films, like Alien, follow this basic model....

Electric Nostalgia

Classic tension and technological horror collide in ‘Electric Nostalgia’ from Jacob Burns

Startled awake, a woman emerges from a vat of undisclosed oil and mucus. A glistening, open hand breaks the surface of the gelatinous medley, like an unworldly creature finally taking form from a prim...

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