There are so many reasons to be a fan of horror movies right now. Hollywood has already to date released nine films on the big-screen that carry the official genre-filtering title when trying to purchase tickets online. John Squires of Bloody Disgusting reported back on February 6 that five out of the top 10 highest-grossing… Continue reading 1990 to Now: A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade, Part 1
There are times when the internet consumes your existence and there is no turning back. It happened to me, and I am slowly breaking free from my own prison of fast food/retail training videos from the 80s/90s. No celebrities made me a video saying I will survive, eh, what are you going to do? Nothing,… Continue reading Consumed By Classic Training Videos
Well let us begin with a friendly HAPPY NEW YEAR! Now that we’ve got that out of the way we can discuss what our resolutions are, or, what we’re going to better this year. Think about yours, close your eyes, count to five, and allow me to inform you that it is complete bullshit. Self-improvement… Continue reading New Year, New You: Don’t Do It
Most of us remember Daniel Stern from his glory days of playing the character Marv in Home Alone & Home Alone 2: Kevin has negligent parents and he should be taken away, oh wait, it was Lost in New York. You may try to be smug and act like Bushwhacked is you’re favorite movie Stern… Continue reading You’re Not Crazy. Daniel Stern is.
Is it a coincidence that Spider-Man's costume features the same colors as the Confederate flag? Yes. But that doesn't stop us from talking about both the future of Spider-Man and the scourge of the rebel flag in this week's riveting episode of Talking Nerdy. We review and discuss Jurassic World, play the #HASHTAGorDIE game with… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 152: PrattKeeping the Internets
Model Kate Lillo joins the show from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. We discuss the upcoming Shannara Chronicles on MTV, the Star Wars Force Awakens Celebration, Daredevil, the future of Spider-man, and Dan mansplains #Supernatural Tweets from girls on Twitter. Alex gets into another social media debate over feminism, and we delve into… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 142: Apocalyptic Overalls with Kate Lillo
“A Good Day to Die Hard” is the worst of the “Die Hard” movies, not because of its restrictive 12A rating, nor its over-reliance on computer-generated effects, but because it is the first instalment in the 25-year franchise to treat its audience with open contempt — here is the “Die Hard" for the “Transformers" crowd,… Continue reading Watson’s Review of “A Good Day to Die Hard”
“The Amazing Spider-Man” is a reboot of a blockbusting franchise that got off to a good start with “Spider-Man” in 2002, web-slung to towering new heights with “Spider-Man 2” in 2004, and lost its footing with “Spider-Man 3” in 2007. While each of those films were helmed by horror maestro Sam Raimi, this redo is… Continue reading Watson Reviews “The Amazing Spider-Man”