Archive | Pick of The Week

All the Right Snuff: A Review of “The Poughkeepsie Tapes”

All the Right Snuff: A Review of “The Poughkeepsie Tapes”

The year is 2007. The brothers Dowdle (John and Drew) just finished shooting a controversial mockumentary on a faux serial killer out of Poughkeepsie, NY. The film is originally picked up and shelved by MGM. Bootleg copies of the notorious film begin making their way across the convention scene and throughout the internet. John and […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

Forgiveness Is A Virtue: A Review of Liam Gavin’s “A Dark Song”

Forgiveness Is A Virtue: A Review of Liam Gavin’s “A Dark Song”

Occult horror has made an excellent comeback in recent years. From the 70’s homage “The House of the Devil” to the gruesome tale of self-destruction that is “Starry Eyes”, occult horror is taking over independent filmmaking in a big bad way. Independent distributors such as IFC Midnight and Scream Factory have been assisting in this […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

Family Is Forever: A Review of Scream Factory’s ‘Jackals’ On Blu-ray!

Family Is Forever: A Review of Scream Factory’s ‘Jackals’ On Blu-ray!

The “home-invasion” sub-genre has become a mainstay in horror since the beginning. From the early days of When a Stranger Calls or Straw Dogs, to modern day classics like The Strangers or You’re Next, the concept of a person (or people) breaking into the place that you call home is an idea that will always […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

Scream Factory Brings ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Home For The Holidays!

Scream Factory Brings ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Home For The Holidays!

Community leaders tried to stop the release. The P.T.A. fought to ban it. Now one of the most controversial slasher films of all time, Silent Night, Deadly Night,is back in a new high-definition release!  On December 5, 2017, Scream Factory™ will celebrate the horror holiday favorite with a 2-disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, complete with a […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week0 Comments

Family Is Forever: A Review of Scream Factory’s ‘Jackals’

Family Is Forever: A Review of Scream Factory’s ‘Jackals’

The “home-invasion” sub-genre has become a mainstay in horror since the beginning. From the early days of When a Stranger Calls or Straw Dogs, to modern day classics like The Strangers or You’re Next, the concept of a person (or people) breaking into the place that you call home is an idea that will always […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

I Would Do Anything For Love: A Review of Trent Haaga’s “68 Kill”

I Would Do Anything For Love: A Review of Trent Haaga’s “68 Kill”

We’ve all been there before; “happily” in a relationship with someone that we couldn’t imagine being with in our wildest dreams. The other person seems to be completely out of your league and you’re willing to do anything in the world to please them. You justifiably believe that you’re “in love”, and you get put […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

The Importance of Following Your Dreams: Corey Feldman’s Angelic To The U.S. Tour

The Importance of Following Your Dreams: Corey Feldman’s Angelic To The U.S. Tour

“They’re trying to beat you down, they want you on the ground.” Truer words have never been spoken, especially when discussing 80’s/90’s star Corey Feldman. I only refer to him that way as that’s the way most of you know of him. In my mind, he’s “Current Genius, Corey Feldman”. Let me start this off […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Music, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

Monsters Exist: A Review of ‘Kong: Skull Island’ On Blu-ray!

Monsters Exist: A Review of ‘Kong: Skull Island’ On Blu-ray!

Giant monster movies, or Kaiju films, are my bag! You put an enormous creature on the big screen and I’m probably going to eat it up. Hell, I’m still waiting for a proper sequel to Cloverfield. So you know that as soon as I heard there was a King Kong reboot heading our way it […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments

Unsung Heroes of Hollywood: The Comedy of Owen Benjamin

Unsung Heroes of Hollywood: The Comedy of Owen Benjamin

Each month I’ve been focusing in on an actor, actress, or filmmaker that I grew up loving and has informed my own career (if calling what I do in the industry qualifies as such) in writing or performing. Films are supposed to be fun, entertaining ventures that allow an escape from the day-to-day happenings of our […]

Posted in Blog, Movies, TV and More!, Pick of The Week0 Comments

Review: The Beach Boys Journey Into Their Vault For ‘1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow’

Review: The Beach Boys Journey Into Their Vault For ‘1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow’

Coming off the biggest hit of their career and submerged in the mythical recording of “SMiLE,” The Beach Boys were in turmoil. They struggled to understand chief songwriter and producer Brian Wilson’s increasingly erratic behavior. The Beach Boys sank even lower on the popularity chart by pulling out of the Monterrey Pep Festival in 1967, […]

Posted in Blog, Music, Pick of The Week, Reviews0 Comments