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Dead West

Dead West Is A Captivating Revenge Story [Review]

Dead West is billed as an action western following Tony (played by Jeffrey Arrington, John Freeman  Story, Vicious), brother of a victim of a serial killer known only as The Ladykiller (Brian Sutherla...

Danay Garcia as Luciana with Nick from 'Fear the Walking Dead.'

Exclusive Interview: Danay Garcia talks AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead,’ Season 2.

With the conclusion of Fear the Walking Dead’s second season earlier this year, the series cascaded into an examination of death, violence, and several cultures’ unique reaction to the undead cataclys...

Cover art of Kim W. Andersson's 'Alena'

Comic Review: Alena

Love can be hard to reconcile, especially when it takes the form of scissor-wielding, murderous spirit. Alluring as it is gruesome, Kim W. Andersson’s Alena explores sexuality, doubt, and vengeance wi...

You're Killing Me

Review: You’re Killing Me Takes an Almost Literal Stab at Social Media

A fresh mix of banter and blood, Jim Hansen’s You’re Killing Me disembowels the Internet age with a smirk. Spawned from the minds of Hansen and co-writer and star Jeffery Self, You’re Killing Me foste...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 9

As penultimate installment emerges, Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 begins to bear a bit more cohesion than previously suggested. Even then, it can still be hard to follow some of the motivations at pl...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 8

Perhaps needless to say, Fight Club 2 is a bit convoluted. At times, it’s easy to question why this tale was segmented into separate issues. Sometimes the episodic structure just doesn’t really work. ...

Pixie Sticks - Real Life Halloween Horrors

True Life Halloween Horrors That are Scarier Than Any Movie!

With Halloween right around the corner, it’s easy to let your guard down in order to have a good time. Whether you’re going to a costume party or handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, one is never f...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 4

As quickly as he made it there, Sebastian is swept from the oven and into the inferno, as the regime finally accepts him back into the club. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Marla bounds from spin...

Fight Club 2 - Comic

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 3

As last issue’s climax may have suggested, the lull of Fight Club 2 is over. Fresh from a recent, Marla-spurred beating, we are awarded both a literal and proverbial new face of Sebastian. Likewise, w...

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