Jeffery X Martin lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife, Hannah. He is the managing editor of pop culture website, Biff Bam Pop! and host of Songs in the Key of X, the tiniest radio show on the internet. A folk horror writer, Martin is the author of six books, available through Amazon, with a seventh to be published in 2019. In his spare time, he enjoys watching professional wrestling, Italian horror movies, and espousing the glories of terrible music from the 1970s.

The Canadian Film Fest Offers Two Wildly Different Kinds of Horror

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.

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 23: 1973

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!

Arrow Video Does Right By H.G. Lewis with ‘Color Me Blood Red’

‘Color Me Blood Red’ skewers the art world with a mixture of gore, intensity, and silliness in this Arrow Video Blu-ray restoration.

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 22: Creative Differences

When a famous band replaces their lead singer, odds are they’ll end up under the scrutiny of Jeffery X Martin on ‘Songs in the Key of X.’

Rubbernecking on the Road to ‘WrestleMania:’ The Day After ‘Fastlane’

Richard Kirwin and Jeffery X Martin wade through the tons of exposition on last night’s ‘Fastlane’ and try to make sense of the whole thing.

Songs in the Key of X, Episode 21: Superdrag

This week’s ‘Songs in the Key of X’ is all about Tennessee’s own Superdrag, a band you should have never stopped listening to.

Blu-ray Review: Arrow Video’s ‘The Fifth Cord’ Looks Great for A Slight Movie

Arrow Video’s restoration of ‘The Fifth Cord’ is informative and beautiful to look at but, with the exception of Franco Nero, the movie is unimpressive.

Eat the Poor: ‘The Cannibal Club’ Gleefully Snacks on the Class War

The violent Brazilian satire, ‘The Cannibal Club,’ keeps viewers entertained with a clever story, graphic sex and gore, and a wonderful visual aesthetic.

Trailer Time: Neil Marshall’s Bloody Vision of ‘Hellboy’ Gets A Red Band Trailer

The ‘Hellboy’ reboot gets a new preview that is definitely not approved for all audiences. Check out the red band trailer!