We Summon The Darkness (2020)

Be careful what you pray for. We Summon The Darkness is proof that Alexandra Daddario will star in any film that’s willing to pay her. It premiered in February of 2019 at the Mammoth Mountain Film Festival but didn’t streaming services until April of 2020. It turns the whole Satanic Panic event of the 1980’sContinue reading “We Summon The Darkness (2020)”

The Year Of KISS: Love Gun (1977)

“Make Me Feel Better…..” By 1977, KISS was one of the most popular bands in the world. Not only were Alive!, Destroyer, and Rock And Roll Over all successful albums, the band’s name and faces were plastered on tons of merchandise. KISS comics from Marvel, toy guitars, and a KISS radio were all released inContinue reading “The Year Of KISS: Love Gun (1977)”

The Phantom Never Dies Podcast

“The Ghost who walks……“ I recently completed listening to the six episode podcast The Phantom Never Dies. Hosted by the amazing Maria Lewis, The Phantom Never Dies takes a look at the world’s first superhero. From the printed page to the big screen and on all formats in between, Kit Walker, a.k.a. The Phantom, hasContinue reading “The Phantom Never Dies Podcast”

McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse The Dark Knight Returns Build-A-Horse Set (2022)

“I want you to remember…my hand…at your throat…” McFarlane Toys and DC unleashed a fearsome foursome recently. Based upon their comic likenesses in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns story line, McFarlane gives us figures for Batman, Superman, Robin (Carrie Kelley), and the Joker. Not only were four figures released, but each one comes withContinue reading “McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse The Dark Knight Returns Build-A-Horse Set (2022)”

The Year Of KISS: Rock And Roll Over (1976)

“You need my love, baby, oh so bad….” Still riding a massive wave of success with both Alive! and Destroyer and eager to solidify their popularity, KISS went back to the studio in September of 1976 to record Rock And Roll Over. Released in November of 1976, the album is considered by many to beContinue reading “The Year Of KISS: Rock And Roll Over (1976)”

Throwback Thursday: Leprechaun (1993)

“Where’s me gold????” Almost two years prior to her iconic role as Rachel Green on Friends, Jennifer Aniston starred alongside Ken Olandt and Warwick Davis in the horror comedy Leprechaun (1993). Aniston would like to forget that the film was ever made and I don’t necessarily disagree with her. It’s not that great (which isContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: Leprechaun (1993)”

Throwback Thursday: Weird Science (1985)

“From my heart and from my hand, why don’t people understand?” John Hughes wrote and directed the teen science fiction comedy Weird Science. Despite being a very successful film, it is rarely mentioned in conversations about some of Hughes’ most successful films such as Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Home Alone, and Ferris Bueller’s DayContinue reading “Throwback Thursday: Weird Science (1985)”

Classic Horror: A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)

“One, two, Freddy’s coming for you….” I revisited 1984’s A Nightmare On Elm Street over the weekend. It’s been quite a long time since I last saw it and decided to see just how well the film has stood up over time. Aside from a few aged special effects, it holds up surprisingly well. TheContinue reading “Classic Horror: A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)”

The Batman (2022)

“I’m Vengeance.” Spoiler-Free Review Culling its primary tale from DC Comics’ The Long Halloween, Year One, and other Batman stories, 2022’s The Batman is a very solid movie. In the story, the Riddler is on a killing spree and Batman is trying to decipher all of the clues left in the wake of each murder.Continue reading “The Batman (2022)”