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Review: DYING IS EASY #1 – Laugh to Death, Brutally

An ex-cop tries his hand at comedy because homicide is too easy in Dying is Easy #1, out this week from IDW Publishing. Joe Hill...

Review: DEAD END KIDS #3 Will Leave You Needing Tissues

With the concluding issue, DEAD END KIDS #3 wraps up its emotional coming-of-age story on a somber, yet high note. Word of warning, you...

Prepare to Have Your Mind Blown By This Latest Trailer For A SIMPLE FAVOR

A Simple Favor is slated for release in September which is largely considered to be a transitional month between the summer and award season. Could that trend be changing?

Five Favorite Movies From The Year I Was Born: 1988

John Carpenter once said, "Evil hiding among us is an ancient theme."  It is also a theme that resonates within nearly every one of...

Chiller TV And The Best Kept Secret in Horror Television

Sing it with me everyone: “Oh, Canada, thank you for all the the fantastic television!” Pretty sure that’s not how their national anthem goes,...

REVIEW: ‘The Nice Guys’ lacks predecessors’ comedic punch

The Nice Guys, writer/director Shane Black's latest L.A. detective caper flick, features many of the tropes the director has used in the past to...

Crimson Peak (Film Review)

With Crimson Peak, director Guillermo Del Toro delivers an sumptuous, operatic, and most certainly blood-soaked homage to grand Gothic romance cinema of the past....

Review: Wolverine #305 – Something’s Rotten in Dunwich

Wolverine #305 Writer: Cullen Bunn Art:  Paul Pelletier , David Meikis , Rain Beredo The first issue under new writer Cullen Bunn, Wolverine #306 sees the...

The Punisher #10 – Frank Castle Has Jokes

The Punisher #10 Writer:  Greg Rucka Art:  Marco Checchetto, Matt Hollingsworth Continuing the "Omega Effect" crossover story, The Punisher #10 picks up where last weeks Avenging Spider-Man...