R.I.P. Sam Hall, Dark Shadows Writer

Dark Shadows

Sam Hall, writer for the long running horror television series “Dark Shadows,” has passed away at age 93 after a short bout with pneumonia. He is survived by his son, his daughter-in-law and his two grandchildren. Hall wrote over 300 episodes of “Dark Shadows,” including the two made-for-TV films “House of Dark Shadows” and “Night

Black Sabbath Will Release New Album and Tour Again

Black Sabbath: 13

Rumors swirled that doom metal legends and pioneers Black Sabbath had played their last show back in the summer, but the band has squashed those rumors today with frontman Ozzy Osbourne’s interview with Metal Hammer magazine where he confirmed that the band will begin working on a new album next year with a final tour

Metal Review: Megaton Leviathan: Past 21: Beyond the Arctic Cell (2014)

Megaton Leviathan: Past 21: Beyond the Arctic Cell

It appears as if there is this ever growing new sub-genre of metal entitled drone that we have to be aware of because there are a multitude of bands utilizing this type of music. What started off as a method used sparingly with Opeth and then more extensively with bands such as Agalloch and Alcest,

Horror in 2009, Oh How I Miss Thee


A Look Back at the Year in Horror That Was 2009 You know how everyone says how bad horror has been in the last few years? I always respond the same way. The good horror is out there, but you have to dig deep to find it. People poo-poo that statement all of the time

Music Review: Slash: World on Fire (2014)

Slash: World on Fire

Former Guns ‘n Roses guitar hero and icon Slash is back with his third solo album, “World on Fire.” In his first solo effort, Slash employed various vocalists, but used Alter Bridge’s Myles Kennedy as his live vocalist. For his next two releases, including the previous “Apocalyptic Love,” Kennedy has been the solo vocalist along

Bloody Brilliance: Honoring John Carpenter’s Filmography

Whenever Halloween rolls around, everyone knows that it’s time to break out the campy horror films that have defined the holiday like Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and of course, the eponymous Halloween. The director and creator of the Halloween franchise, John Carpenter, has become synonymous with that particular blood-and-guts slasher genre,

Movie Review-Mutantis

Review-I have come to an understanding when watching a film put out by Dire Wit Films. Mark Leake and his crew are all using a ton of drugs. Mutantis is quite easily the most fun but yet the most bizarre time you will have watching a film this year. The film is about a scientist

Movie Review-The Inside

Review-The Inside is yet another failed found footage film that will show you that while this genre is best known as the cheapest way to get a film made, it is also known as the worst idea for fans to buy into. This ship sank before it even got the crew aboard; the story revolves

Movie Review-The Scribbler

Review-The Scribbler is an odd film, this film focuses on a tower block that plays halfway house for people who are not in their right minds. In the opening minutes we learn that some alleged suicides have been going on and the police want to investigate and have a supposed culprit in Suki. Suki is

Movie Review-Housebound

Review-This is the kind of film you would have expected from Peter Jackson after Frighteners. The story revolves around Kylie who in the start of the film her and her partner are robbing an ATM. The robbery does not go as planned and she gets arrested. Her sentence is to be under house arrest at