"Thoroughly entertaining. Like a mix of "Plan 9" and "The Corpse Grinders" and from me that's genuine high praise."
Another worthy repeat guest for this creepy-ass Halloween season - RJ Downes! Duck, Duck, Goose, Carl by RJ Downes Carl Bantam stood staring into the display window of Cooper’s Party Supplies. His suited, bespectacled, reflection stared back at him as he took in the motley collection of... read more
It's Day 3, and I've got another author for young people on offer for you: Sandra Wilson. Here we get a sneak peak at some of the artwork from her new book Spooky Stories and How to Write Them... Just in time for Halloween comes... read more
Check out this wonderful review of the “Space Zombies: 13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem!” DVD by David Battams for Eyesore Cinema!
"Betsy, the secretary, is a dreamer, and she dreams of Dr. Vic McNaughton; longs for him like a delicate flower longs for sustaining sun, to deliver her from the drab, dusty darkness of her own sad, day to day life. Hoping he will transport... read more
C.H.U.D., 1984 (directed by Douglas Cheek, produced by Andrew Bonime)—very spoilery, btw. Ah, the 80s. The decade of the deep divide between the haves and have-nots. When the film opens, a woman, Flora Bosch (Laure Mattos, real-life wife of co-star Daniel Stern), walks her Westie down... read more
Elizabeth Saunders has been in TONS of awesome series and movies: Mary Kills People, Clarice, Disappearance at Clifton Hill, Orphan Black, The Strain, Murdoch Mysteries, Goosebumps, Forever Knight - you name it! But what you really want to see RIGHT JUST NOW, if you... read more
Welcome to Day 2! Today I bring you a dystopian teleplay, or short film or episode, by author and playwright Larry Pickett. Let's pretend this is an episode of The Twilight Zone or Outer Limits...sit back and enjoy via the TV in your mind... THE... read more