Doll Factory Review

Just because you can make a movie doesn’t necessarily mean you actually should. This is a sentiment I’ve felt many times after watching some real flops. For some reason, the horror genre seems to be plagued by them. It got to where there’s a whole sub-genre known as “B-horror.” These are typically films that are campy, cheesy, and over-the-top to the point of being co...[Read More]

Ashes Review

When watching independent films it’s important to keep an open mind. They are seen as being more experimental and don’t tend to follow typical tropes laid out by bigger-budgeted works. That can be both a blessing and a curse because these tropes exist for a reason and removing them from a genre can end in disaster. Ashes is a film that attempts to bring together the genres of comedy an...[Read More]


After a family’s estranged aunt passes away, they’re reluctant and creeped out to receive her cremated ashes. But when a series of supernatural misfortunes beset them, they’ll have to go through Hell to be rid of her angry spirit.

‘Celebrity Deathmatch’ Coming Back to MTV

MTV is bringing back everyone’s favorite claymation fighting show, Celebrity Deathmatch! Get ready to watch your favorite celebrities beat the crap out of each, again!

Watch: The Orville Season 2 Trailer

Fox unveiled the season 2 trailer of The Orville yesterday at San Diego Comic Con!

Child’s Play TV Series Announced

Creator of the cult classic Child’s Play, Don Mancini, has recently announced that his creation will be played out as a TV Series. Alongside of the list of movies that he has discussed.

The Wildly Inappropriate Poetry of Arthur Greenleaf Holmes: A Review

There are plenty of ‘M’ rated shows when it comes to Renaissance faires, and the like, but none draw in a crowd quite like a certain ‘Wildly Inappropriate’ poet like Arthur Greenleaf Holmes. The 16th-century English libertine artist has much more to offer than just a few lines of vulgar rhymes.

Soft Matter

Two graffiti artists break into an abandoned research facility in hopes of creating an art installation. Instead, they stumble upon a team of demented researchers who are in the process of resurrecting an ancient sea creature.

Soft Matter Review

An angry sea-god, crazy scientists, and a couple of graffiti artists. What could go wrong with that combo, eh? That, gentle readers, is exactly the question that tonight’s low-budget film Soft Matter tries to answer. Distributed by Wild Eye Releasing and produced by Demon Janx, the film is set to release sometime in 2018.

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell

The sequel finds Burt Gummer and his son Travis at a remote research station, where they must go up against Graboids that have been converted into living weapons.

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell Review

Spoilers Ahead! When I first saw that this was a movie in the making I just about jumped out of my seat, considering Burt Gummer was gonna be back in action! I started watching the Tremors series when I was about 6 or 7 years old. I followed the movies and the short-lived TV series they had on the Sci Fi channel. So needless to say I had high hopes for this film. “Did ya miss me?” / &#...[Read More]

Young Sheldon 1×15 “Dolomite, Apple Slices, and a Mystery Woman” Synopsis and photos

CBS has recently release the plot synopsis and promotional photos for the upcoming episode of Young Sheldon titled “Dolomite, Apple Slices, and a Mystery Woman”.