News

[News] Arrow Video Channel Announces Genre June Titles for Subscribers

[News] Arrow Video Channel Announces Genre June Titles for Subscribers

Arrow Video is excited to announce the June rollout of titles on their subscription-based Arrow Video Channel, including the exclusive debut of Miguel Llansó’s JESUS

[News] INTO THE DARK: GOOD BOY Teaches Us to Appreciate Our Furry Friends

[News] INTO THE DARK: GOOD BOY Teaches Us to Appreciate Our Furry Friends

Check out the new trailer for Into the Dark‘s June episode, GOOD BOY starring Judy Greer! Make sure you check it out below and let

[News] Leigh Whannell and Tim Walsh UPGRADE TV Series in Development from Blumhouse Television and UCP

[News] Leigh Whannell and Tim Walsh UPGRADE TV Series in Development from Blumhouse Television and UCP

Blumhouse Television and UCP, a division of NBCUniversal Content Studios, are adapting Leigh Whannell’s 2018 sci-fi, thriller UPGRADE into a television series for Whannell to

[News] Bloodthirsty Alien CREATURES Aiming for Christmas Release

[News] Bloodthirsty Alien CREATURES Aiming for Christmas Release

A group of astronomy students gets more than they bargained for after finding an injured alien who is being targeted by a group of bloodthirsty

Reviews

[Movie Review] BODY CAM

[Movie Review] BODY CAM

Socio-political horror is making its mark on the genre, especially since Jordan Peele released his instant classic, Get Out. Yes, there are examples of this

[Movie Review] THE WOLF HOUSE

[Movie Review] THE WOLF HOUSE

If fairy tales exist as a way for children to grow and learn about the world around them, Cristóbal León & Joaquín Cociña‘s THE WOLF

[Blu-ray/DVD Review] THE INVISIBLE MAN

[Blu-ray/DVD Review] THE INVISIBLE MAN

THE INVISIBLE MAN, the latest film from writer/director Leigh Whannell (Upgrade), is a modern adaptation of H.G. Wells’ classic Universal Monster character which centers around

[Chattanooga Film Festival Review] BERSERKER: THE NORDIC CURSE

[Chattanooga Film Festival Review] BERSERKER: THE NORDIC CURSE

A decent story should have a beginning to hook you, a middle that fills your stomach, and an ending for you to savor long after

Experiences

Immersive Experience: Candle House Collective’s MISSING

Immersive Experience: Candle House Collective’s MISSING

As a general warning, there are potential spoilers in this review of Candle House Collective’s MISSING. You have been warned. All you have to do

Immersive Experience: WHERE THE OTHERS ARE

Immersive Experience: WHERE THE OTHERS ARE

The air is chilly and bites the back of my neck. I look to the man on my left, detached and cold as he is

[Immersive Experience] HERE THE BIRDS BURN

[Immersive Experience] HERE THE BIRDS BURN

HERE THE BIRDS BURN, the spirits manifest, and a gothic hallucination is resurrected. Phantasmagorias have long captured the interest of skeptics and believers alike, curious

Immersive Live Theatre Experience: CAGES DTLA

Immersive Live Theatre Experience: CAGES DTLA

I walk up to the entrance of an unassuming warehouse. As I enter through the doors, I am taken into a study straight from my

Events

Event Recap: NHMLA’s Unrequited Love with THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON

Event Recap: NHMLA’s Unrequited Love with THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON

One of the saddest love story tropes is the unrequited romance between a presumed monster or creature and the object of their affection. Generally, those

Event Recap: Lunar New Year at Universal Studios Hollywood

Event Recap: Lunar New Year at Universal Studios Hollywood

There are certain holidays every year that makes my inner child scream with excitement. While Halloween and Christmas are obviously in my top five favorite

[Event Recap] Long Beach Comic Expo Part 2

[Event Recap] Long Beach Comic Expo Part 2

Another year at the Long Beach Comic Expo has come and gone. When I walked into the convention on that Sunday, the first thing that

[Event Recap] Long Beach Comic Expo Part 1

[Event Recap] Long Beach Comic Expo Part 1

Fandom conventions are a thing. For most, the framing of what a comic convention can be is based on the Super Bowl and World Series