• The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Veldt (1989) – TV SHOW REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee Ray Bradbury liked futuristic stuff, but I guess that makes sense. He was considered a sci-fi writer and a great deal of sci-fi stuff takes place in the future, but this was the 1980’s version of the future. I grew up in the 1980s and loved it and when I watch these [...]

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  • Fist of Honor (1993) – FLASH GORDON GUY ACTION MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee In 1980, a movie was produced that had a big impact on me and my childhood. FLASH GORDON was a box office flop, but it was a unique film with great visuals and a hero that kids could look up to. Sam J. Jones played the lead in the film as Flash [...]

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  • Demon Dolls (1993) – KILLER CLOWN PARANORMAL HORROR MOVIE

    By Geno McGahee The shot on video horror of the 1980s and early 1990s was something special. The camcorders coming onto the market brought films onto the market which would have never seen the light of day otherwise. Filmmakers could make a movie for dirt cheap with their friends and there is a certain charm [...]

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  • Ghoulies IV (1994) – HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee OK, I have to say that the GHOULIES franchise is rather good. The first three films are fun silly horror films that are not without their charm. The first two film really presented the mischievous little monsters raising hell. In the third entry, they sent the monsters to college and really hammed [...]

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  • The Incredible Hulk: Metamorphosis (1979) – SUPERHERO TV EPISODE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee “That’s not an act. That’s the Hulk!” – Jack McGee (Jack Colvin) There is something special about those that dress up in elaborate costumes and play heavy metal music. In the 1979 episode of The Incredible Hulk “METAMORPHOSIS,” a musical act “Lisa Swan and Shock” are taking over the nation with an [...]

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  • The Running Man (1987) – Arnold Schwarzenegger ACTION/SCI-FI ACTION MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee In 1987, Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in two major releases: PREDATOR and THE RUNNING MAN. Arnold was at his peak, delivering high-explosive hit after hit and establishing himself as the star of this sub-genre of action. PREDATOR was a unique alien-military film that became so popular that it spawned sequels and spinoffs and [...]

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  • The Ray Bradbury Theater: THE FRUIT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE BOWL (1988) – Michael Ironside EPISODE HORROR REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee I get the sneaking suspicion that Ray Bradbury dealt with a lot of assholes in his rise to fame. After watching so many of his stories, there is a common theme. If the lead is a writer, which many of them are, they deal with somebody either totally dismissing them or outright [...]

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  • Captain Ron (1992) – Kurt Russell & Martin Short COMEDY MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee I am a big fan of Kurt Russell and I think that although he has done many popular flicks that made it to the big screen, he never made it to the action star status that he deserved. Russell had some great movies like BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, EXECUTIVE DECISION, BREAKDOWN, [...]

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  • The Ray Bradbury Theater: THE MAN UPSTAIRS (1989) – VAMPIRE ALIEN EPISODE HORROR REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee What if you had a vampire living upstairs from you? What if that vampire did absolutely nothing wrong and was just on vacation? This tale really is about vampire hate and how it drove one troubled boy to commit murder. This Ray Bradbury Theater episode “THE MAN UPSTAIRS” is very odd and [...]

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  • Carrie by Stephen King – Deluxe Slipcased Gift Edition – HORROR BOOK REVIEW

    By Wayne C. Rogers Cemetery Dance Publications Over-sized hardcover with illustrated wrap-around dust jacket 2014, $65.00, and 228 pp. Introduction by Stephen King and Afterword by Tabitha King Cover and Interior Illustrations by Tomislav Tukulin For the avid fans of Stephen King (and there are many), Cemetery Dance Publications has started publishing beautiful editions of [...]

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The Liminal Man by Todd Keisling – BOOK REVIEW

By Wayne C. Rogers Precipice Books, 2012, $13.95, 305pp The Liminal Man by Todd Keisling is the sequel to his earlier novel, A Life Transparent, featuring Donovan Candle as the lead character. In A Life Transparent, Donovan Candle finds himself unexpectedly transported to the Monochrome…an alternate reality to our own world where mediocre human beings [...]

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Nintendo News: Super Mario Maker, amiibo and Nintendo 3DS Take Center Stage at San Diego Comic-Con – VIDEO GAME NEWS

Playable Games and Tournaments Highlight Nintendo’s Family-Friendly Activities Nintendo is headed to Comic-Con in San Diego with a wide variety of fun games for  Wii U and  Nintendo 3DS and multiple fan tournaments for games like  Splatoon and  Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Fans of all ages are encouraged to visit the Nintendo Gaming [...]

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The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Veldt (1989) – TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Ray Bradbury liked futuristic stuff, but I guess that makes sense. He was considered a sci-fi writer and a great deal of sci-fi stuff takes place in the future, but this was the 1980’s version of the future. I grew up in the 1980s and loved it and when I watch these [...]

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Fist of Honor (1993) – FLASH GORDON GUY ACTION MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee In 1980, a movie was produced that had a big impact on me and my childhood. FLASH GORDON was a box office flop, but it was a unique film with great visuals and a hero that kids could look up to. Sam J. Jones played the lead in the film as Flash [...]

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CLOSER TO GOD COMING TO THEATERS AND VOD JULY 3 – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

ACCLAIMED SCI-FI THRILLER CLOSER TO GOD COMING TO THEATERS AND VOD JULY 3 Uncork’d Entertainment and Breaking Glass Pictures will release the acclaimed CLOSER TO GOD, a hauntingly chilling and provocative sci-fi horror that’s equal parts David Cronenberg and Mary Shelley, in theaters and VOD July 3, 2015. In writer/director Billy Senese’s “ambitious, thoughtful and [...]

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KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER, available on Blu-ray today – BREAKING MOVIE NEWS

Enter the mind of a young Japanese woman on her quest to find what she believes is hidden treasure in the Zellner Brothers’ mystifying drama KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER, available on Blu-ray today! KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER Now available on Blu-ray Order the Blu-Ray here! In this darkly comedic odyssey, Academy Award nominee Rinko Kikuchi (Babel, [...]

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Demon Dolls (1993) – KILLER CLOWN PARANORMAL HORROR MOVIE

By Geno McGahee The shot on video horror of the 1980s and early 1990s was something special. The camcorders coming onto the market brought films onto the market which would have never seen the light of day otherwise. Filmmakers could make a movie for dirt cheap with their friends and there is a certain charm [...]

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LAKESHORE RECORDS PRESENTS THE VATICAN TAPES – ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK – HORROR MUSIC NEWS

Lakeshore Records will release THE VATICAN TAPES – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on July 17th and on CD on August 14, 2015. The film features original score by Joseph Bishara (Insidious Trilogy, The CONJURING). The Vatican Tapes follows the ultimate battle between good and evil – God versus Satan. Angela Holmes (Olivia Taylor Dudley) [...]

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STRIKE VECTOR EX DEBUTS NEW PS4 AND XBOX ONE CONSOLE FEATURES; PLUS FAST-PACED GAMEPLAY TRAILER – Video Game News

Indie game studio RageQuit Corporation revealed today its new console features and upgrades for  Strike Vector EX, the fully-loaded aerial-combat game coming to PlayStation®4 and Xbox One in Fall 2015. The revamped console version delivers a new story-driven single-player campaign complete with characters, cut scenes, and deadly AI.  Strike Vector EX also adds new console-based [...]

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Pokémon Shuffle Mobile Coming to Mobile Devices – VIDEO GAME NEWS

The Pokémon Company International announced today that Pokémon Shuffle Mobile is currently in development for mobile devices and will launch later this year. Pokémon Shuffle Mobile is a new mobile game where players will battle wild Pokémon with their wits and puzzle-solving skills. By matching three or more Pokémon, players can deal damage and whittle [...]

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The River of Souls by Robert McCammon – BOOK REVIEW

By Wayne C. Rogers Subterranean Press, Deluxe Hardcover Edition, $24.95, 264pp As most people who read my reviews already know, I’m a huge fan of Robert McCammon’s and have been since Baal was first published back in 1978. The last thirty-five years have certainly been a great period for horror fans with the coming of [...]

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Ghoulies IV (1994) – HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee OK, I have to say that the GHOULIES franchise is rather good. The first three films are fun silly horror films that are not without their charm. The first two film really presented the mischievous little monsters raising hell. In the third entry, they sent the monsters to college and really hammed [...]