Allah-Las @ Masonic Lodge for Get Some Magazine 9.17.20

This article and photos were originally published byGet Some Magazine in September 2019 A sold out show at summer’s end amongst famous gravestones and a Halloween celebration going off in the distance. The Allah-Las at the Masonic Lodge was an atmosphere and an event before even entering the building. A group of three or fourContinue reading “Allah-Las @ Masonic Lodge for Get Some Magazine 9.17.20”

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It Stains the Sands Red – Stains a Little Deeper Than One Might Suspect

Originally posted on Horror Girl Problems:
At first glance, It Stains the Sands Red plays like a fun, silly, admirably low budget zombie flick. Fans of independent film will no doubt appreciate the innovative primary setup – one girl, one zombie, one desert. Two actors and an endless location with nobody to bother you about…

Top Non-Horror Halloween Flicks 

Sometimes you’re in the mood for some happy hearted Halloween goodness minus the horror and gore. As much as I love the horror and gore, I get it! So here’s a list of flicks to get you in the Halloween spirit, even if you’re not a horror hound. And if you are a horror hound…Continue reading “Top Non-Horror Halloween Flicks “

Binge This: 13 Reasons Why – Trust Me, It’s Important

Warning: Mildly spoiler-ish It would be easy to dismiss Netflix’s latest hit as nothing more than fare for the Young Adult Fiction crowd. But it would also be a lie. This show was unexpectedly profound, dark, and yes… even important. Watch and discover your own reasons why this show is important. In the meantime, hereContinue reading “Binge This: 13 Reasons Why – Trust Me, It’s Important”

Binge This: Dimension 404 on Hulu

Two episodes into Hulu’s new anthology series Dimension 404, and the best description I can give is that it feels like a more adult/bigger budget version of the Goosebumps tv series. And I mean that in the most complimentary way, because I love the shit out of some Goosebumps, Are You Aftaid of the DarkContinue reading “Binge This: Dimension 404 on Hulu”

The Void (2017)

With an early nod to Romero’s original Night of the Living Dead this movie starts off promising with killer cults and creatures. Police officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) encounters a raving and blood soaked man by the side of the road, but the real fun begins when they arrive at the hospital. It’s not safeContinue reading “The Void (2017)”

TWD: Why Jadis Would Never Let Me Join The Garbage Pail Kids Gang

I like to think I’d look like a badass in the zombie apocalypse. Toting around my crossbow and machete and clad mostly in black fitted clothes consisting of leather and various other textures. The boots would definitely have to be leather. Maybe I would start off that way. But as the months, and maybe years,Continue reading “TWD: Why Jadis Would Never Let Me Join The Garbage Pail Kids Gang”

Life, Animated: Owen the Hero, Going the Distance

“Life, Animated” follows Owen Suskind and his family as they navigate their way through life and autism. With no real communication, the family discovered Owen’s love of classic Disney films was the key to unlocking his entire world. The film is inspiring, uplifting and relatable. Owen’s coming of age touches upon milestones we’ve all grappledContinue reading “Life, Animated: Owen the Hero, Going the Distance”

2017 Oscar Noms and Where to Watch Them

Each year I try to make my way through as many of the Oscar nominated films as possible. While most are easy to track down (all the nominees for Best Picture are still in theaters, for example) some of the smaller films can be a bit harder to find. Here’s a (nearly) complete list ofContinue reading “2017 Oscar Noms and Where to Watch Them”