Svengoolie will be showing The Black Cat with Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi on Saturday night. Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
Who’s got the holiday spirit? I know I am. Really cause I want to make Ragnarok snowflakes. Who’s with me?
Guy Rolfe is the only decent guy in India in 1960's The Stranglers of Bombay. Hammer’s take on Imperial Britain’s eradication of the Thuggee cult in the 19th century, the film’s populated otherwise by selfish and lazy British officers and by Indians who are either helpless children or pure evil. Though one can’t argue…
Oh boy. Hold onto your butts, because this one’s a doozy.
I was looking for some new science news on my Google when I came across a New York Times article. It’s best that you read the whole shebang on the link below, but I have to illustrate by using their own images.
Happy Hanukkah Thursday to all of you! Did you know that this year, Hanukkah goes from Tuesday evening, December 12th to Wednesday evening, December 20th. So this week, I give you a crossword in keeping with the Hanukkah holiday. :) So welcome to our Cross Thread which we share across our friend’s and neighbor’s…
Christopher Priest is returning to write Black Panther...for one story only. In Black Panther Annual #1, famous Black Panther writers Don McGregor, Christopher Priest, and Reginald Hudlin return to write three new stories about T’Challa, Wakanda, and...Everett K. Ross.
Yes, we’re really doing this. The real question is when are you doing it?
In case you are not up to speed on that little movie about to come out.
Sax crashes a high-stakes poker game to secure guns and cash. Getting out of New York is his only plan. Happy’s attempts to convince Nick that Hailey is his daughter falls on deaf ears. Even a hallucinatory “intervention” by Jerry Springer doesn’t seem to make a dent.
We bid the Twelfth Doctor goodbye this Christmas, and welcome his replacement: Lucky Thirteen. What better way to prepare for this than with a stroll down memory lane? Come along, it’s time we visited The Tenth Planet.
Just in time for Christmas... All jokes aside, this one looks intriguing. Judas is a interesting interpretation of one of the most - if not the most - reviled individuals in the Bible. From an interview with the creator/writer of the mini-series, Jeff Loveless:
So last night, MomJuggler asked about how I do WednesdayBook and what it all included so I’m using today as an example book club. Yes, that kind of make you all my guinea pigs but you’re very important and adorable ones. With that said, good morning and let’s get started!!
The winter holidays have a developed a life of their own, separate from whatever religious basis they originally had. And while it’s easy to decry it all as shallow, the best argument in favor of Christmas comes from Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather. And it’s a secular one.
Or as we call it - Pizza! Well. Not all Pizza technically, but the Neapolitan art of Pizza twirling, but still. Pizza making is a cultural heritage now. That’s an honour for all Pizza.
What does communicating with the dead have to do with being a celebrity’s assistant? Well, Kristen Stewart does both in 2017's Personal Shopper, a movie that never quite gets on its feet, but is a nice enough excuse to watch Kristen Stewart try on clothes and star in some well constructed, tense sequences.
Here in the US of A (and a good chunk of the world at large), we’re about three days away from the premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. And as is my wont, I’ve been scouring the hive of scum and villainy that is /reddit and other rumor sites in search of spoilers. This is a time-honored tradition of mine, going back…