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Films Real Life Scares 

SPLIT Origins: The True Story of Louis Vivet

M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, SPLIT, about three girls taken captive by a man suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder, is in theaters now, and having just walked out of it, I can safely say I think it is worth your time, but I’m not here to review the movie, and I’m not looking to spoil […]

Comic Books TV 

Why THE INCREDIBLE HULK Is One Of The Best Shows On Netflix

At least twice a year, Marvel owns the blockbuster cinematic landscape with their ever-evolving multi-cross-over event movies. And on the small screen, they’ve been making waves in their partnership with Netflix; first with DAREDEVIL, then JESSICA JONES and now with the upcoming LUKE CAGE, IRON FIST and THE DEFENDERS shows all on queue. To put […]

Comic Books Films TV 

The SPIDER-MAN / HULK TV Movie That Almost Was!

Marvel may be the masters of the superhero cinematic universe right now with their multi-connecting blockbuster event movies every year, but there was a time when their most successful adaptations lay in the confines of the TV landscape. That glorious time was the late 70’s! In 1977, CBS had produced the first live-action version of […]

Meet the Staff: 10 Questions With Blumhouse Writer Derek Faraci

Our ongoing series of interviews with the Blumhouse crew continues, in which we share our collective passion for all things scary, discuss our personal and career histories in the genre we all know and love, reveal our favorite films, and maybe even share a few spooky stories. Today we sit down for a Q&A with […]

Comic Books Scary Fun TV 

The Monstrous Horrors Of The HULK!

When we think of the great monsters of history, the ones who every person on Earth can tell you about, we tend to stick to the old school – the gang who was introduced to the world from the end of the nineteenth century into the early days of the twentieth, with special dispensation for […]

Comic Books Films 

Exclusive: The Untold Story of Marvel’s MAN-THING, Part One!

Ten years later, director Brett Leonard finally goes on the record about Marvel’s green-headed horror stepchild. The year was 2001, and to Hollywood, superhero movies were still a novelty. The success of films like X-MEN and BLADE had established that comic book adaptations had a place in the action movie firmament, but Sam Raimi’s first SPIDER-MAN – the […]