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Films 

Waxwork Records Preps Vinyl Soundtrack For KONG: SKULL ISLAND

Here’s a fun surprise from our friends over at Waxwork Records. The label has a lot of cool stuff in store for 2017. Everything from their Subscriber Club titles, to their Deluxe Edition of THE THING (see that right here), to their upcoming EXORCIST release, and their comic book line! Occasionally, they release a modern […]

Comic Books Films 

NSFW: Final LOGAN Trailer Spills Blood & Drops F Bombs!

So, they’re really going for that R rating! 20th Century Fox just unveiled the second and final trailer for the upcoming LOGAN, the third in the solo WOLVERINE franchise. This also marks Hugh Jackson’s last time wearing the claws on screen. Lot to soak in here, so give it a watch: Looks like they’re putting […]

Films Music 

THE EXORCIST TV Series Discussed On The TWO DUDES TALKING Podcast

Tomorrow, Friday, January 13th marks the return of our very own horror podcast Shock Waves. It’ll be the first episode of the year and our first episode back after the extended holiday break. In it, we’ll be looking ahead at our most anticipated horror movies of 2017, but if you need a quick podcast fix, […]

Films 

8 Unlikely Christmas Movies To Watch!

Well, it’s that time of year again. And I don’t know what it is, but as horror fans, it seems to be in our DNA that when any given holiday arrives, we must consume and only watch horror that takes place on said holiday! So, it’s time to break out the Christmas themed horrors yet […]

Comic Books 

Buried Alien And The Secret Comic Book Crossovers

The second comic books came into existence, readers started demanding crossovers of their favorite characters. Over the years, fans have gotten to see Marvel and DC have multiple crossovers. We got to watch what would happen if the the Terminator fought RoboCop. We saw the exciting battle between the Predator and Tarzan. Heck, we even […]

Films 

Check Out the Insane New Trailer for Joe Begos’ THE MIND’S EYE!

The highly-anticipated sophomore feature from ALMOST HUMAN writer-director Joe Begos now has an official trailer, which was unveiled today by Entertainment Weekly… and it’s completely bonkers. In a good way, of course. THE MIND’S EYE is an extreme sci-fi/horror tale (think an ultra-gory and dark twist on X-MEN) about a deranged scientist who wants to […]

Comic Books Scary Fun 

The 10 Funniest Quotes From the DEADPOOL Comic

A DEADPOOL article!? Now?! Isn’t that the sort of thing you put out when there’s big news in the DEADPOOL world? It’s been months since the Blu-Ray came out and even longer since the “Merc With The Mouth” has been in theaters. You’re right. There is no big news, but in the true spirit of Deadpool, I’m going […]

Films 

We Have To Admit It – The X-MEN Movies Kind Of Suck

WARNING – This article contains spoilers about X-MEN: APOCALYPSE. If you don’t want anything spoiled, don’t read this. Feel free to still share it on Twitter and Facebook though!) The first time I saw X2: X-MEN UNITED, it was a midnight screening in Santa Monica. Bryan Singer was, unexpectedly, there. He revved up the audience […]

Comic Books Films 

The History Of DEADPOOL & How He Relates To THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA!

Right now, as you read this, DEADPOOL is testing the waters of R rated comic book movies. This is the one area that comic books haven’t been able to conquer on screen, despite some honest attempts. PUNISHER WAR ZONE is easily one of my favorite comic book movies and DREDD, while missing the wit of […]

Films 

Why SCANNERS III Is My Favorite X-MEN Movie

OK, listen to this premise for a movie. A girl, her brother and her brother’s girlfriend attend a small Christmas party in the city. Throughout the get together, the conversation among the party goers revolves around the rumor of these super powered beings out there in secret; people that have the ability to not only […]

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 […]