Flannel Guy Partakes in some Paranormal Activities

  • October 21st, 2011
  • Posted by FlannelGuy
  • Movies

I remember when I first heard about this Paranormal Activity, it was a hard find. It was a low budget horror flick, that was sure to give you the chills and jump factor that God intended for scary movies. My buddy and I tracked it down where we found it playing at the Ritz Theater. And like word of mouth, …

OK seriously: This movie looks awesome – CHRONICLE

Kire Reviews Catwoman #2

  • October 19th, 2011
  • Posted by Kire
  • Comics

Written by Judd Winnick
Art by Guillem Marc
Issue two picks up exactly where number one left off.
Sort of.
In the first few pages we get to watch the Cat and the Bat do That and read some supposedly clever innuendos. Then it all changes. Winnick seems to remember that he isn’t providing fan service and that he can actually write interesting and …

JD reviews Red Hood And The Outlaws #2

  • October 18th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2
Writer: Scott Lobdell
Artist: Kenneth Rocafort
Colorist: Blond
Publisher: DC Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
I am one of the 99%. Well, the 99% that thought that Princess Koriand’r (Starfire) was a filthy, filthy whore in Red Hood #1. I too have been grumbling as well as mumbling about the sex-pot issue and was prepared to be further disgusted …

Grim_Noir Wishes On “The Sacred Star of Milos,” Just In Time For NYCC

  • October 12th, 2011
  • Posted by Grim_Noir
  • Misc, Movies

Actor Kelsey Gramer once referred to his hit show “Fraser” as methadone for viewers in “Cheers” withdrawl. And “The Sacred Star of Milos,” is definitely methadone for the Addicted-To-FMA crowd. If it occurred in the middle of the “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood” television series, rather than AFTER the show had ended, the fandom would decry it as a “filler arc” posing as a movie.
The …

Out tomorrow!

  • October 12th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Legion of Monsters #1
Writer: Dennis Hopeless
Artist: Juan Doe
Colorist: Wil Quintana
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
I’ll be honest: I didn’t expect to give a rat’s, or for that matter, any other creature’s ass about this book. But hey, Skottie Young cover. Oh, waitaminnut. That’s not Scottie. That’s Juan Doe. Whups..but…oh hey! Isn’t that Elsa Bloodstone, from Nextwave? Sweet sassy molassy, …

Johnny Destructo reviews THE CAPE #2,
and it’s awesome!

  • October 12th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: The Cape #2
Writers: Jason Ciaramella (Inspired by short story by Joe Hill)
Art: Zach Howard
Colors by Nelson Daniel
Published by IDW
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
If you’re not reading this series, you deserve to have an angry bear dropped on your face. From the very first last page of the one-shot that came out far too long ago, I knew this was a …