We’re nearing the end of the Halloween season but our Editor-in-Chief’s horror marathon is picking up steam. This time around he watched ten movies ranging from classics such as Ghostbusters and The Evil Dead to recent releases like the remake of Maniac and Insidious: Chapter 2. Read on to find which movies you should watch for your Halloween festivities. Possessed Jonah Hill, Creepy Frodo, And Ghosts In Need Of Busting
Site Contributor Nic Richardson has returned with a review of Platinum game’s wild new beat-em-up/group management/drawing hybrid The Wonderful 101 for the Wii U. He thinks it’s a must own for Super Sentai fans but does it warrant a purchase from anyone else? Read the review to find out. Draw Triangle To Smash!
Our Editor-in-Chief has completed the third entry in his October Horror Marathon 2013 recap. Read it to learn his thoughts on Resolution, Curse of Chucky, The ABCs of Death, The Bay, John Dies at the End, and V/H/S. Afterward you can rent or stream the best choices to celebrate Halloween! Friends to the end…
Our Editor-in-Chief is back with another installment in his October Horror Marathon 2013 series. This time around he offers up some thoughts on Magic Magic, Kill List, Rites of Spring, and Grave Encounters 2. Read on to find which ones you should watch to celebrate Halloween. Michael Cera Cashes in on his inherent creepiness.
Our Editor-in-Chief saw the space thriller Gravity, Alfonso Cuaron’s long-awaited follow-up to Children of Men. He thought it was a special experience for the science fiction genre. Read his review to find out why. Houston we’re in the blind.
Our Editor-in-Chief is spending the month of October watching a ton of horror movies and bringing his thoughts and recommendations to the site to help you pick some quality horror films to celebrate Halloween. Found Footage In The Further
Our Editor-in-Chief Aaron Mattingly sat down with Managing Editor Joe DeCoursey and Site Contributor Ben Brownfield to discuss the 2013 summer movie season. There are heated arguments and passionate defenses are mounted as we look back on the last four months at the movies. We recorded for so long that it couldn’t be contained in one episode. This is the second part of that discussion. Get ready for a delicious plate of french toast and malt vinegar.
Our Editor-in-Chief Aaron Mattingly sat down with Managing Editor Joe DeCoursey and Site Contributor Ben Brownfield to discuss the 2013 summer movie season. There are heated arguments and passionate defenses are mounted as we look back on the last four months at the movies. We recorded for so long that it couldn’t be contained in one episode. This is the first part of that discussion. Fast & Furious 6 vs. Return of the Jedi: Which is more entertaining?
Edgar Wright closed out the 2013 summer movie season with what is arguably the best movie of the year The World’s End. Our Editor-in-Chief Aaron Mattingly sat down with Managing Editor Joe DeCoursey to discuss the film and the rest of the Cornetto Trilogy he created with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. There is also a lot of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World discussion. Grab your favorite pint and your closest friend while you give this episode a listen. Let’s Boo Boo!
Editor-in-Chief Aaron Mattingly and Managing Editor Joe DeCoursey got together to discuss the fall 2013 television season. There is only one new show Aaron plans on watching and the rest of their planned fall TV viewing revolves around returning favorites. Listen to find out what those shows are including the highly anticipated series finale to Breaking Bad for which they offer some predictions on how it’s all going to end (spoilers: horribly for the characters). The leaves fade like TVs that don’t have DVR or streaming capabilities.