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The cast of the Righteous Gemstones.

Danny McBride- A Comedic Mastermind

This comedic talent, whimsy, wackiness, and raunchiness of Danny McBride has delivered the goods for over 15 years. I could go on about how great he is in the voice-acting … Continue reading Danny McBride- A Comedic Mastermind

Paranormal Activity: An Immersive Experience

Paranormal Activity is unlike anything I have seen. During my first year in college, this film was all the rage. I remember seeing commercials of people reacting to this movie in … Continue reading Paranormal Activity: An Immersive Experience

Top 10 BookTok Favorites of the Pandemic Era

BookTok is a hashtag on the social media TikTok meant for readers to come together and share their thoughts, memes, art, and even cosplays around their favorite books. Though BookTok … Continue reading Top 10 BookTok Favorites of the Pandemic Era

Five Features to Look Forward to With the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update

Good news! The Animal Crossing: New Horizons update dropped two days early! Nintendo took the world by storm last month with arguably one of the best Animal Crossing: New Horizons … Continue reading Five Features to Look Forward to With the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update

Stay Alive-A Cautionary Tale

Malcolm in the Middle was one of the many staples of my childhood. Its whimsey and humor brought heart and levity to many households in the early 2000s. I got … Continue reading Stay Alive-A Cautionary Tale

The Mist 2007 movie poster.

The Mist 2007 Film Review: A Page from Stephen King’s Pandora’s Box

I became aware of The Mist thanks to actor, musician, and part-time Sith Sam Witwer in 2008, which was a great year for Witwer since he played Davis Bloome, aka Doomsday, in … Continue reading The Mist 2007 Film Review: A Page from Stephen King’s Pandora’s Box

The poster from the 1977 horror film Suspiria.

Volktales – A Tale of Two Suspirias

By Guest Writer Alan Holmes “Three Mothers, lost to time, predating all Christian invention. Pre-God, pre-Devil; Mother Tenebrarum, Mother Lachrymarum, and Mother Suspiriorum: tears, darkness, and sighs.” Such are the … Continue reading Volktales – A Tale of Two Suspirias

Michael Myers holds a butcher knife.

Halloween Kills Review: The Night He Came Home. Again.

SPOILERS FOR HALLOWEEN KILLS When you get down to it, Michael Myers is a homebody. The same thing tying Jason Voorhees to Camp Crystal Lake and Freddy Krueger to the … Continue reading Halloween Kills Review: The Night He Came Home. Again.

The Mummy: A Successful Remake

I always wondered over the years if The Mummy was considered a pure horror film. The 1932 classic starring Boris Karloff was considered horror. Even my local library identifies the 1999 blockbuster … Continue reading The Mummy: A Successful Remake

Plants vs. Zombies vs. Sith: Red Harvest Book Review

Frode stood clutching the bulkhead behind him, pupils dilating, trying to make out even the vaguest of shapes, but without success. It was if whatever was out there destroyed the … Continue reading Plants vs. Zombies vs. Sith: Red Harvest Book Review

The Conjuring: The Birth of a Cinematic Universe

I must confess I am late to the James Wan train–at least, in terms of his ties to the horror genre. I admired how he added something so special to … Continue reading The Conjuring: The Birth of a Cinematic Universe