Halloween Horror Countdown:29:The Catacombs

  • October 4th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • DVDs, Movies

I had the impression that this movie would be a rip-off of The Descent, if only from the cover. But oh so wrong, was I. Just underneath Paris, the “city of lights”, is a 200 mile weaving labyrinth of limestone tunnels or, you guessed it: CATACOMBS! Dun dun DUNNN! If you are a bunch of Parisians looking for a good …

Episode 38 up now! Halo:Reach!

  • October 4th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Podcast

JD, Uncle Dunklenutz and Evol play and discuss HALO:REACH!
This is the audio version of the Video Show for those who don’t wanna watch our hideousness. Enjoy!
Listen in the upper right portion of the blog, or subscribe on iTunes!

Halloween Horror Countdown:30:Calvaire

  • October 3rd, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • DVDs, Movies

Stephen King’s Misery meets Deliverance. This is what I was promised going into Calvaire (or The Ordeal in English), and this is what I got. A totally creepy horror/thriller that just gets creepier and creepier, amping up the suspense until……well, until it …ends.
It just…ends. Phhhut. Over. Done. WHAT THE HELL?
Our innocent protagonist Marc Stevens is a traveling singer whose van …

Halloween Horror Countdown:31: Let Me In

  • October 3rd, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Movies

So: an ambitious endeavor. I’m gonna try to post a horror movie review for every day in October, leading up to All Hallow’s Eve. Impossible, you say? You don’t even care, you say? Well, luckily I can’t hear you, cause you’re saying things to your monitor. God, you’re dumb.
Let’s start off with Let Me In, a remake of the Swedish …

Comics: Uncanny X-Force #1

  • October 3rd, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Uncanny X-Force #1
Writer: Rick Remender
Art: Jerome Opena
Color: Dean White
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
“No jovial sense of adventure. No camaraderie. To overcome the tension. This is NOT the X-Men.”

I must confess, I got halfway through the first issue of the last X-Force series, before deciding that it’s not at all what I wanted from my merry band …

JD’s Weekly Blargh 3: PARKER

JD talks about Richard Stark’s PARKER, Darwyn Cooke’s adaptation, Ed Brubaker’s Criminal and the film version of Parker: PAYBACK, starring Mel Gibson, Lucy Lui and Maria Bello!


STORY: Mark Waid
ART: Paul Azaceta
REVIEW: Master Filmmaker Mark Mackner
Hola, arachno-philes! Tis I, your favorite Amazing Spider-Fan and local indie horror icon MASTER FILMMAKER MARK MACKNER with another installment of SPIDEY’S WEEKLY WEB-UP!!!! Today, we’ll be taking a look at Part 3 of MARK WAID’s ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES.
The action comes fast …