It was a huge, record-breaking weekend for Jordan Peele at the box office, as the director’s new film, Us, debut with an outstanding $70 million
In ‘The Week in Horror,’ Toxie gets a makeover, clear some more shelf room for Jason Voorhees, and San Francisco thrash takes the spotlight.
The Leftscape Podcast celebrates the Equinox by examining its connection with other spring holidays, and there’s a song by Wendy’s band!
Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, ‘Us,’ is a twisted mirror image nightmare and in his review, Sachin Hingoo calls it “scary as hell.”
After two weeks on top of the box office, Captain Marvel is going to have to make way for Us, the latest film from the new master of horror, Jordan Peele.
Richard Kirwin can’t figure out what Vince McMahon is doing either, but this edition of ‘Around the Loop’ hits all the potholes in the road to WrestleMania.
Tim Murr interviews Larry Fessenden, director of modern Frankenstein film, ‘Depraved,’ about his new movie, parenting, and the legacy of the Monster.
Invisible Kingdom uses science fiction to tell an original and fascinating take on real human drama – one that is entirely relevant to our twenty-first century experiences.
The high-tech horror feature, ‘Creep Nation,’ and the moody short film, ‘The Desolation Prize,’ hit the big screen at the Canadian Film Fest this week.
The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie, ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.’ has arrived and you can watch Brad and Leonardo right here.
Much like fellow Dark Horse comic Astro Hustle, Invisible Kingdom from G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward is a book I didn’t know I needed until I read it.
Jeffery X Martin talks about his five favorite songs from 1973 on this week’s installment of ‘Songs in the Key of X,’ brought to you in stereo!
This past weekend saw another Toronto Comicon, and with it oodles of families and cosplayers making their way through aisles of comics, Funko Pops, Artist Alley, and more.