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More Horror Movie Victims Who Should’ve Survived–Horror Obsessive Edition

Horror movie characters have it rough. The chances of their survival are extremely slim, especially when they’re sharing the screen with iconic and terrifying killers like Jason Voorhees and Freddy … Continue reading More Horror Movie Victims Who Should’ve Survived–Horror Obsessive Edition

Star Trek: Denise Crosby Almost Played a DIFFERENT Next Generation Character

Denise Crosby, the granddaughter of famous singer Bing Crosby, is well known for playing Lt. Tasha Yar, the Chief Security Officer onboard the USS Enterprise in the first season of Star … Continue reading Star Trek: Denise Crosby Almost Played a DIFFERENT Next Generation Character

Five Underrated Villains from Science Fiction

The science fiction genre features some of the most terrifying and iconic villains of all time, from the hulking and imposing Darth Vader to the cybernetic menace of the Borg … Continue reading Five Underrated Villains from Science Fiction

Star Trek: Why The Next Generation’s Wesley Crusher Was So Hated

Star Trek is a huge pop culture phenomenon that’s introduced audiences to iconic and beloved characters, from the original series‘ Spock (Leonard Nimoy) to Deep Space Nine‘s Odo (René Auberjonois) and Voyager‘s Seven of Nine (Jeri … Continue reading Star Trek: Why The Next Generation’s Wesley Crusher Was So Hated

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Why Terry Farrell’s Jadzia Dax Left After Season 6

When Star Trek: Deep Space Nine aired in 1993, it set itself apart from any Star Trek show preceding it with its stagnant primary location of a large space station, darker tone and focus on serialized … Continue reading Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Why Terry Farrell’s Jadzia Dax Left After Season 6

Nine Delightfully Devilish Female Villains from Horror

The horror genre is full of iconic movie villains like Jason Voorhees, Micheal Myers, Chucky, and Freddy Krueger, whose franchises dominate the media and pop culture discussions. We love these … Continue reading Nine Delightfully Devilish Female Villains from Horror

Another Six Obscure Horror Movies to Add to Your List

UPDATED Previously I posted an updated list of Six Horror Movies You’ve (Probably) Never Seen, so here is an updated version of an earlier post I wrote back in October … Continue reading Another Six Obscure Horror Movies to Add to Your List

Daggerfall Unity Restores an Elder Scrolls Classic- Breakdown and Installation Guides

Fans of the Elder Scrolls rejoice. Thanks to Daggerfall Unity, players can now experience the epic fantasy game Daggerfall, which released in 1996, in the modern era of gaming. Daggerfall … Continue reading Daggerfall Unity Restores an Elder Scrolls Classic- Breakdown and Installation Guides

Star Trek: The Next Generation – Why Denise Crosby’s Tasha Yar Left After Season 1

When Star Trek: The Next Generation began airing in 1987, it took some time for the show to find its footing, both in terms of establishing its own identity from the monumental … Continue reading Star Trek: The Next Generation – Why Denise Crosby’s Tasha Yar Left After Season 1

Carmilla 2020: Where Are All the Vampires?

Carmilla, written by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, is one of vampire fiction’s earliest tales and predates Dracula by almost thirty years. Along with a poem written by Heinrich August Ossenfelder—which tells of a vampire … Continue reading Carmilla 2020: Where Are All the Vampires?

Françoise Fong-Wa Yip as Ms. Yutani in AVP: Requiem

Alien vs. Predator: Requiem: An Ode to Ms. Yutani

Sometimes even the most minor characters can have a significant impact on a franchise, and none better exemplify this than the mysterious Ms. Yutani (Françoise Fong-Wa Yip), a character who … Continue reading Alien vs. Predator: Requiem: An Ode to Ms. Yutani

Star Trek: Voyager’s Captain Janeway Died a Ridiculous Number of Times

Captain Kathryn Janeway faced difficult odds in Star Trek: Voyager, and she died several times throughout the show’s seven-season run. Despite all of Starfleet‘s technological advances, impressive armadas of ships at … Continue reading Star Trek: Voyager’s Captain Janeway Died a Ridiculous Number of Times

Lord of the Rings: Arwen Almost Fought at the Battle of Helm’s Deep

One of the best things Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings film trilogy did is give a prominent role to Arwen, the youngest daughter of the Elven Lord Elrond. Played … Continue reading Lord of the Rings: Arwen Almost Fought at the Battle of Helm’s Deep

The Chronicles of Narnia: Susan’s Dark Fate and Why There’s Hope for Her Yet

“Sire,” said Tirian, when he had greeted all these. “If I have read the chronicle aright, there should be another. Has not your Majesty two sisters? Where is Queen Susan?” … Continue reading The Chronicles of Narnia: Susan’s Dark Fate and Why There’s Hope for Her Yet

Horror Movie Victims Who Should’ve Survived- Horror Obsessive Edition

Surviving a horror movie, much less than an entire franchise, is no easy feat. It takes courage, endurance, a lot of luck, and favorable writers to ensure a character makes … Continue reading Horror Movie Victims Who Should’ve Survived- Horror Obsessive Edition

Into the MonsterVerse: Godzilla 2014 Review

The King of Monsters comes to America, only this time, he wasn’t a riff on Jurassic Park. No, this Godzilla was a massive improvement over the limp 1998 version (which … Continue reading Into the MonsterVerse: Godzilla 2014 Review

Friday the 13th Part 3 Almost Had Jason Voorhees Stalking Ginny Field in a Psychiatric Hospital

Ah, the things that could’ve been. Friday the 13 part III, the 1982 follow up to Friday the 13th part II, maintained the classic camp slasher vibe of the popular … Continue reading Friday the 13th Part 3 Almost Had Jason Voorhees Stalking Ginny Field in a Psychiatric Hospital

Superman: Doomsday 2007 Review: Where Were You the Day Superman Died?

Superman Doomsday features one of the most shocking showdowns in superhero history and it isn’t a film for the kiddies. This bloody and dark adaptation of the “Death of Superman” comics … Continue reading Superman: Doomsday 2007 Review: Where Were You the Day Superman Died?

Batwoman Season 2 Premiere Review: Farwell to Kate Kane, Ryan Wilder Takes Up the Cowl

Javicia Leslie made her debut as the new lead of Batwoman in the show’s second season premiere, which aired Sunday night on the CW. Losing Ruby Rose as Kate Kane … Continue reading Batwoman Season 2 Premiere Review: Farwell to Kate Kane, Ryan Wilder Takes Up the Cowl

Everyone’s in Way Over Their Heads: Disenchantment Part 3 Review

When Disenchantment part 2 ended, Princess Bean (Abbi Jacobson), Luci (Eric Andre), and Elfo (Nat Faxton) were almost burned at the stake by the superstitious and easily manipulated populace of … Continue reading Everyone’s in Way Over Their Heads: Disenchantment Part 3 Review

1981’s Spider-Man Features a Tongue-in-Cheek Cameo From Superman

Spider-Man briefly encountered Superman in an episode of the 1981 animated series, paying tribute to their time together in the comics. In 1976, DC Comics and Marvel Comics jointly published Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man: … Continue reading 1981’s Spider-Man Features a Tongue-in-Cheek Cameo From Superman

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Reveals Space’s Most TERRIFYING Beast

Leave it to Marvel to terrify audiences with otherworldly creatures. “Knowhere to Run,” an episode of the Guardians of the Galaxy animated series, features a genuinely creepy monster that forces Gamora to relive all … Continue reading Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Reveals Space’s Most TERRIFYING Beast

The CW’s Nancy Drew Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Trailer & News to Know

Nancy Drew returns for a second season on The CW, and she has more supernatural mysteries to unravel. Based on the popular, long-running book series by Carolyn Keene, Nancy Drew premiered on the … Continue reading The CW’s Nancy Drew Season 2: Release Date, Plot, Trailer & News to Know

Star Trek: In Defense of the Motion Picture

The opening scene of Star Trek: The Motion Picture is one of the coolest and eerie sequences in the franchise’s history that pits the newly designed Klingons against an unstoppable entity hidden … Continue reading Star Trek: In Defense of the Motion Picture

‘Star Wars: Attack of the Clones’ Novel Does Right by Shmi Skywalker

Shmi Skywalker Lars stood on the edge of the sand berm marking the perimeter of the moisture farm, one leg up higher, to the very to of the ridge, knee … Continue reading ‘Star Wars: Attack of the Clones’ Novel Does Right by Shmi Skywalker

Every Time Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Referenced Previous Series

Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated is a vastly underrated series that took the franchise in a newer and darker direction. While the show only ran for two seasons, the series paid … Continue reading Every Time Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Referenced Previous Series

Arrow: Why Caity Lotz Replaced Jacqueline MacInnes Wood as Sara Lance

Caity Lotz is one of the most recognizable faces on the CW, portraying Sara Lance—the Arrowverse’s first Black Canary and leader of the Legends of the Tomorrow, but she wasn’t … Continue reading Arrow: Why Caity Lotz Replaced Jacqueline MacInnes Wood as Sara Lance

The Smurfs’ TERRIFYING Christmas Special Was a Fight With… the Devil Himself?!

The Smurfs franchise is known for its upbeat and kid-friendly tone, emphasizing the importance of friendship and community. While the 1982 Christmas special from The Smurfs second season doesn’t deviate from these points, it … Continue reading The Smurfs’ TERRIFYING Christmas Special Was a Fight With… the Devil Himself?!

The Convoluted Return to Horror High and the Death of George Clooney

Spoiler warning! This post contains key plot elements from the horror slasher flick Return to Horror High. If you haven’t seen this movie, go watch it (or don’t–it’s actually pretty … Continue reading The Convoluted Return to Horror High and the Death of George Clooney

An Ode to Pauline, Mario’s OG Girlfriend and Nintendo Rising Star

Princess Peach may be Mario’s most famous love interest and damsel in distress, but she wasn’t his first. That honor would go to Pauline, the tall slender brunette (although she … Continue reading An Ode to Pauline, Mario’s OG Girlfriend and Nintendo Rising Star