Sequels get a bad rap in the in Hollywood as being soulless money grabs or lazy attempts to recapture something. This can certainly be true in some instances, but in other times, a story needs more than one outing to be told. A good sequel doesn’t have to surpass the …Read More »
Cheers To Lance Henriksen On His Birthday!
Lance Henriksen was born in Manhattan, NY, on May 5th, 1940. This month brings us his 80th birthday and we want to pay tribute to the man who brought us six decades of work in the horror and sci-fi genres. He has conquered both film and television with classic roles …Read More »
The Best Horror-Themed COVID-19 Memes… So Far
Times are tough. We’re all stressed out. People are out of work. The stock market is tanking. Let’s face it: it’s a shit show out there! So, how is everyone coping? Why, the best they can, of course! Just as we all must do. One thing I’ve found that helps …Read More »
I’ll Be Back… Trailer For ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’
It was rumored a few days ago that the trailer for the highly anticipated sequel, Terminator: Dark Fate, would be dropping on May 23rd. Let’s just say that those rumors didn’t disappoint, especially when coming from such a reliable source as the Terminator himself! Here is what he had to …Read More »
Let’s Walk Behind the Rows: ‘Children of the Corn’ turns 35!
It was common place while growing up as a child in Ohio to play in cornfields that were surrounding our houses. There was always a feeling of tranquility and security in this experience that is hard to describe. That all changed when Children of the Corn was released on March …Read More »
Neil Johnson Wrapping Up Sci-Fi Actioner ‘Evolution War’
Acclaimed director Neil Johnson is putting the finishing touches on his fourteenth feature film Evolution War. The sci-fi actioner (described as a cross between The Terminator and Pacific Rim) is headlined by award-winning actress Tracey Birdsall. The film reunites Birdsall and Johnson, who have collaborated on several films, including The Time War and Rogue …Read More »