Nov 022014

In the wake of Wolverine’s death, many an X-man, and Avenger have been finding their own ways to cope with the death of their friend and mentor Wolverine; Deadpool and Captain America are no exceptions to this fact. Both Cap and Deadpool see the potential dangers of a world without Logan in it, and hope to put an immediate end to one such danger. Both Logan and Deadpool are far from strangers to the prospect of being experimented on, and being manufactured into super weapons. In fact, both of them have been cloned in the attempt to make armies of super weapons. Now, with Logan gone, Steve and Wade plan to ensure that NOBODY has the ability to clone Logan and desecrate his memory, by using what little remains of him for evil.

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Nov 012014


A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment

Read the review for Part 1 here

And so we return to Attack on Titan, in English or Shin…something in the original Japanese. I believe I theorized, in the first review on this subject, that I would have to review the second half of the season at some point [Editor’s Note: He did, although it’s rather telling that he’s too lazy to double check.] Not that it’s an obligation or anything. I mean it is, by definition, an obligation but it’s not a chore, I rather like this show.

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Oct 312014

As the witching season begins, we see a lot of more Stephen King, whether it is in the horror, thriller, or drama genres. This year, one of King’s novellas was adapted for the small screen, a thriller about a woman who goes after her attacker in order to seek revenge, rather than just calling for the cops because of course she does. Let’s end Stephen King month big!

Let’s take a look at Big Driver.

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Oct 312014

It’s the big day- Halloween. All in all, this has been a pretty fun October here. As a first time out, Reruns From the Crypt has been an interesting project. I tried to avoid a direct theme between the shows, and yet one grew in spite of that.

That said, after a double-header of David Lynch and Lars von Trier, I decided to make the final week a lighter note. That this one also shares a’supernatural elements in a hospital’ theme with The Kingdom is a happy coincidence. First and foremost, this was picked to be a lighter note to send off the month.

Which brings us to Matthew Holness and Richard Ayoade’s horror spoof Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace.

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Oct 292014

Hey y’all! This week, I’m doing a special Halloween-themed review. There are a few k-pop songs that have dark, creepy concepts, but no one does them quite as well as VIXX. They’ve had several songs on with dark or fantastical elements, but the best one for the occasion would have to be a single from about a year ago. So without any further delay, let’s take a look at Voodoo Doll!

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(WARNING: This music video involves body horror and gore, so view at your own discretion!)

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