• UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT – Exorcising Demons, Raising Scarecrows & More – Horror Filmmaker Geno McGahee Speaks

    By Chris Summerfield It is time we went, ‘Under the spotlight,’ once again here on scared stiff, with the legendary indie horror, writer, director and producer, Geno McGahee. Welcome back Geno. CS: So I must start by asking how did the, EXORCISM OF THE 7TH DEMON, work out, as am aware it was a movie […]

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  • God’s Club (2015) -Religious Movie Review – Free on Netflix

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   The past few years have been pretty crazy. I began watching religious films, like GOD’S NOT DEAD (2014) for entertainment value alone.  I wasn’t really a religious person and bounced into and out of Christianity.  It’s only very recently that I felt a solid relationship with God. Don’t get me […]

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  • Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017) – New Release Family Film Review

      By Melissa Antoinette Garza I was never as opposed to THE SMURFS (2011) or THE SMURFS 2 (2013) as most people.  Some of my favorite online critics and podcast hosts voiced how much they loathed the films, but I enjoyed them, for what they were.  I can’t speak for the later ALVIN and THE […]

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  • Dimension 404 – Review (EPS 1 and 2) – Exclusively on HULU

      By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Anyone who knows me knows that THE TWILIGHT ZONE (1959) is my favorite show of all time, tied only with DRAGNET (1967-1970).  Rod Serling was one of the most brilliant minds ever to grace earth.  He used his knowledge of human nature to create some of the most thought-provoking […]

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  • Ritual (2013) –  Horror Movie Review – Available on Amazon

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   First and foremost, can we please stop calling movies, books and episodes of TV shows any of the above; RITUAL, A RITUAL or THE RITUAL.  There’s like a billion of them!   The one that I’m reviewing was distributed and produced by AFTER DARK in 2013. The film begins when Tom […]

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  • IT’S ME, EDWARD WAYNE EDWARDS: BOOK REVIEW

    Full Title: It’s Me, Edward Wayne Edwards, The Serial Killer You Never Heard Of Category:  TRUE CRIME Publication Date: July 25, 2014 Author: John A. Cameron Website:  Cold Case Cameron Amazon Link to Purchase: Click Here to Buy     By Melissa Antoinette Garza John A. Cameron:  Author, Investigator, and Cold Case King John A. Cameron […]

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  • Beauty and the Beast (2017) – A Conservative’s Film Review

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza  I haven’t seen the Disney cartoon adaptation in quite a while, but since some of my favorite people in the world were going to see the new film, I decided to go with.  I knew there was some hubbub about the inclusion of a gay character, so I was curious about […]

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  • Sinister 2 (2015) Horror Film Review-REDBOX RENTAL – AMAZON PURCHASE

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I wanted to see SINISTER 2 (2015) for quite a while.  Unfortunately, neither my brother Geno nor my husband Steve were fans of the original.   Since I watch so many horror movies with them, I try to watch films of a different genre when I’m alone. They just put it […]

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  • The Legend of Hell House (1973) – Horror Movie Review

    Reviewed by Melissa Garza   “I was the only one to make it out of here alive and sane in 1953, and I will be the only one to make it out of here alive and sane this time.” – Benjamin (Roddy McDowall) Lionel Barrett (Clive Revill), a very arrogant physicist is hired to find […]

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  • DON’T BREATHE (2016) – Horror Movie Review (SPOILERS)

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I remember seeing the trailer for DON’T BREATHE (2016) in the theater with my husband.  Steve and I couldn’t stop laughing.  With the gruff voice of the blind villain grumbling “Now, you’ll see what I see!” was beyond too much. The film received moderately positive reviews, but I had zero […]

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Impact Wrestling: An Unnecessary Death

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   If asked a month ago, I would’ve sung an unending praise of IMPACT WRESTLING and their overall roster.   Sadly, thanks to IMPACT’s resident douchebag Jeff Jarrett and ANTHEM SPORTS VP (of screwing people over) Ed Nordholm, the show I came to love is dead. I’ve been a wrestling fan since […]

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Siren (2016) – Horror Movie Review (FOR RENT ON AMAZON and REDBOX)

  By Melissa Antoinette Garza Truth be known, I wasn’t particularly impressed with the V/H/S trilogy.  I watched each of the films once and if I recall correctly, the last two were superior to the first.  When I saw the trailer for SIREN, it didn’t resonate that this was a full-length production of a tale […]

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Beauty and the Beast (2014) – Film Review   Available on Amazon

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   This weekend, I have the privilege of going to see the new Disney live-action BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (2017) with some of my favorite people in the world.  My sister-in-law Dani, who has great taste in books and movies, spoke very highly of it, so I’m anticipating it quite a […]

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Why Him? (2016)  – Comedy Film Review – Available on Amazon

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I saw a trailer for WHY HIM? (2016) a few months back and made a mental note to see it.  I just recently saw the same ad and thought it was finally coming to theaters only to see it was already available on AMAZON.  I rid myself of cable a […]

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WWE NEWS: THE DOWNFALL OF MARTY JANNETTY

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Years ago, one of my longtime friends had a crush on ex-wrestler Marty Jannetty.  She asked me to talk to him while she conversed with him on the phone.  I did.  He was nice.  I thought he was too old for her, but I didn’t know too much about him […]

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Phoenix Forgotten | Teaser Trailer & Poster – BREAKING MOVIE NEWS

We are pleased to share the Teaser Trailer & Official Poster for Cinelou Films’ upcoming release: PHOENIX FORGOTTEN! Don’t miss this thriller based on shocking untold true events of mysterious lights appearing above Phoenix, Arizona on March 13th, 1997. From the producers of The Martian & 300 and the creative team behind The Maze Runner, […]

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The Incredible Hulk: THE PHENOM (1981) – Marvel SUPERHERO TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee You never know who you’re going to be picked up by if you go hitching a ride. The 1970s made it out to be a really cool thing, but a lot of people were told “ass, grass or cash.” David Banner (Bill Bixby) has to hitchhike all of the time and relies […]

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The Whole Truth (2016) – AVAILABLE ON AMAZON

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   How did this film sneak under the radar?  I’m a Keanu Reeves fan.  I enjoy Renee Zellweger’s body of work in dramatic roles.  When I was younger, I adored Jim Belushi.  He was the principal, man!  That combined with my adoration for court room dramas would have had me in […]

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Get Out (2017)  A CONSERVATIVE’S FILM REVIEW

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   One of my favorite films of all time is THE STEPFORD WIVES (1975).  I adored the film since childhood.  It outlined the fear of turning the clock back to when women were subservient to men.  Katharine Ross brilliantly portrayed the lead and regardless of how many times I watch it, […]

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The Incredible Hulk: BROKEN IMAGE (1980) – Marvel SUPERHERO TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee David Banner (Bill Bixby) is still having a hard time. Some episodes, he is desperately seeking a cure for his illness. Others, he is just surviving and lying low. In BROKEN IMAGE, he is just minding his own business and living in one of those apartments that you pay by the week. […]

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The Incredible Hulk: Captive Night (1979) – Marvel SUPERHERO TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee David Banner (Bill Bixby) continues to work whatever job that he can get. I totally respect that. He’s not like these people that just sit home and collect a check. Despite his problems, he is out there and he is working. He will take any job and that is the case in […]

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The Incredible Hulk: Sideshow (1980) – Marvel SUPERHERO TV SHOW REVIEW

By Geno McGahee I feel really bad for David Banner (Bill Bixby). He never gets laid. I know he’s deathly afraid of Hulking up during sex and killing the girl, but Hulk is only driven by rage, not a raging hard on, but I understand the concern. In SIDESHOW, Banner is a horn dog and […]