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Brittany's 2019 Games of the Decade: Tetris Effect

Brittany’s 2019 Games of the Decade: Tetris Effect

When it comes to choosing the games that defined the decade for me, it’s always difficult to look back on and remember exactly which titles ended up becoming the ones that would eventually change my perspective as a gamer. But ’tis the season for gathering some of my absolute favorite titles, and gushing over exactly […]

Brittany's 2019 Games of the Decade: Rez Infinite

Brittany’s 2019 Games of the Decade: Rez Infinite

When it comes to choosing the games that defined the decade for me, it’s always difficult to look back on and remember exactly which titles ended up becoming the ones that would eventually change my perspective as a gamer. But ’tis the season for gathering some of my absolute favorite titles, and gushing over exactly […]

Barry Windsor-Smith to Release Monsters Graphic Novel Next Year

Barry Windsor-Smith to Release Monsters Graphic Novel Next Year

Move over, Steve McNiven, you poseur! Barry Windsor-Smith is set to return in 2020 to release his graphic novel, Monsters. Windsor-Smith posted a graphic saying the long-gestating book will be out next year on his Facebook page. Originally conceived as a Hulk story in the 1980s, Monsters has had a long and storied development process […]


The Monsters are Alive at Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum! [REVIEW]

The horror movie genre is one of the best movie genres, in my opinion. From monsters to the undead, there’s really something for everyone. At Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum in Boulder City, NV, horror fans can enjoy hand-made, life-sized monsters, as well as screen-used horror icons. This museum has been on my list of places […]

What is “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” Really Saying?

What is “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” Really Saying?

Godzilla movies are always about something, so what does Godzilla: King of the Monsters really say? At heart, it’s a kid’s franchise. It didn’t use to be. The original 1954 Gojira was a serious adult movie in Japan. Then the American distributors cut out the most serious parts and spliced in Raymond Burr. After that, […]




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Why Losing ‘Supernatural’ Matters: Thoughts from an SPN Family Member

The Winchester family business is coming to an end… of sorts… After fifteen years on the air, the CW‘s long-running horror/drama series Supernatural is joining “Arrowverse” foundation Arrow by shuffling off these television coild by the end of the 2019-2020 season. Now in the interest of objective, pop culture/entertainment journalism and as a long-time fan […]





Remember When Guillermo del Toro Tried to Make ‘Justice League Dark’?

Every so often, a project that is just too perfect for words ends up not happening due to unforeseen circumstances and we get robbed of the resulting project- like Guillermo del Toro‘s Justice League Dark film for Warner Bros. Pictures. It would have been the perfect fit for the Oscar-winning director to step back into superheroes- a […]

Grumble #1 Review: Aliens, Demons, and Talking Dogs, oh My!

A young woman with mysterious powers rescues a shape-shifting loser in the first issue of Grumble, the latest comic from writer Rafer Roberts (Modern Fantasy) and illustrator Mike Norton (Battlepugs). Grumble is a title that defies description, as it deftly combines humor, horror, science fiction, and fantasy tropes into one story. Tala is a young […]

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King Kong Roars Into Toy Collections from Mezco Toyz

King Kong is leaving Skull Island and taking over your toy collection. Mezco Toyz is putting out a new seven-inch version of the massive ape. The figure will also come with interchangeable hands and face portraits, and it will feature over 25 points of articulation. There is even a Ann Darrow figure for him to […]

Bobcat Goldthwait Unleashes His ‘Misfits & Monsters’ in truTV Series Trailer

If there ever was a personality deserving of a show named after him like truTV‘s Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters, it would be the noted comedian/director. From his “screechy” stand-up act and run in the Police Academy films to his directorial work in both television (Maron, Jimmy Kimmel Live) and film (Willow Creek, World’s Greatest Dad),  […]


Bleeding Cool Recaps The Walking Dead Season 8: Episodes 1-4

After a mid-season finale that saw Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his coalition beaten pretty hard but still not broken, a newly emboldened Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviors have driven our heroes underground. The Kingdom has been abandoned, with King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) captured. Alexandria burns under Negan’s “scorched earth” retribution. The Hilltop readies […]