Our task was to try to decide which horror movie villain was the greatest of them all. That time has come. We started out with sixty-four villainous villains, and after much bloodshed only two remain. Which one will be crowned, and which one will be the victim?
They say there are few things that lighten the heart so much as the laughter of Christopher Lee. Well, I’m sure someone says that. I say that, at least as far as 1966's Rasputin the Mad Monk is concerned. After seeing him in other Hammer horror films as a dour edifice playing Dracula or the Mummy it’s refreshing…
It’s my own fault for not reading the listing correctly, but rather than letting this thread go to waste, let’s have a science fiction based gif party.
1. I noticed at BJs Wholesale that the new Stephen King novel Sleeping Beauties is out. Anyone reading it? I noticed his son Owen is cowriter. Is King going down the Clive Cussler route (his son has taken over the Dirk Pitt series) I know King has vision problems so I am wondering how much Stephen King wrote.
The season started OK. The action sequences are still great. The consequences were minimal from last season. Let’s see how they handle the plotline of Oliver gets outed (AGAIN) in Arrow. Come react.
Siliconia is probably one of the most complex episodes the show has ever put together and also filled with the most callbacks to the olden days of the BBC era of the show since transitioning to Dave.
Today’s topic comes from the brilliant mind of WinnieTheWoot: Every year Merriam Webster adds new words to the dictionary. You can search the list here: Merriam Webster Time Traveler. What word added the year you were born is most fitting for you?
Long before DC actually announced their plans for Doomsday Clock —in fact, long before Doctor Manhattan was revealed at the end of DC Rebirth, back in the wild days of 2012, the prophet known only as “Chip Zdarsky” made a bold proclamation about Watchmen 2.
After last week’s episode, “Krill”, there was a bit of back and forth about how the makeup effects on the Orville compare to Star Trek: Discovery...
Siamese twins, a woman who eats man eating crabs, an imposter for a dead men, circus abductions, poison administered via the ceiling—can you have all these things in one movie that still reasonably holds together? 1969's Horrors of Malformed Men (江戸川乱歩全集 恐怖奇形人間) has all these things and more. Produced just at the…
Today we see a forgettable horror episode and then Wraith prosthetics make a big return.
I’ve read the previews and seen some of the pages for Maestros and I’m reminded of Geoff Darrow’s work. This looks gorgeous and the story has a vibrant pop to it, so I’m in.
We’ve reached the Final Four stage of our attempt to decide which horror movie villain is the villainous of them all. Just four villains remain to be decided upon. Which two will be the victims, and which two will continue on to the final round?
If WednesdayBookClub is written at midnight 12 am Wednesday night, does that still count as written on Tuesday? *Shrugs* I don’t even know anymore. With that said, welcome to another week’s WednesdayBookClub, everyone. Let’s get started.
It was fittingly discoverered in a sacred grove, though one not dedicated to American Gods, but Georgian Ones. :) As the discovery was only possible because the sacred site hasn’t been touched in centuries, the naming was dedicated to Gaiman for “bringing back what has been forgotten.”
One of the most prevalent fan theories about Star Trek: Discovery concerns whether the series is set in the TOS era, or some new timeline that will be erased or altered before the series’ end. After reading the (excellent) first Discovery novel, Desperate Hours, I believe we have an answer. (Spoilers ahead for the…
When honeymooning in Bavaria, be careful not to linger long in counties controlled by vampires, like the unfortunate couple in 1963's The Kiss of the Vampire. One of the few 60s Hammer vampire films not to feature Christopher Lee or Peter Cushing, it’s still a nice journey into that unmistakeable Victorian world of…
I’m shocked, shocked that I didn’t get to this earlier in the month. But hopefully you’ll forgive me and find a recommendation here for a flick you haven’t seen yet.