I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore is one long title, but it makes up for the length with comedy and action.
The Lock & Key Keyhouse Compendium collects all six volumes of the Lock & Key series in one pelvis-shattering, easy to lug around volume.
This week’s edition of horror news covers a bunch of different kinds of horror as well, from a kaiju film (with puppets!) to giallo, to nearly everything in between.
In the latest edition of Figure Friday, E.A. Henson looks at McFarlne Toys new Robin and explains what a cassette player is to the younglings.
Grab hold of your holy water as Marie Gilbert takes on demons in her review of The Last Exorcism.
E.A Henson shares his thoughts on Black Widow, the first MCU film in two years.
Author Jacob Trussell discusses his new book, The Binge Watcher’s Guide to The Twilight Zone: An Official Journey.
The Week in Horror has lambs, locusts, and…lethal unicorns?
Discriminator is a compelling, interactive documentary about the rapid advancement and insidious implications of facial recognition software.
Marie Gilbert takes a look at The Ice Road, starring Liam Neeson and streaming on Netflix.
After reading Masters of the Universe: Revelation #1 E.A Henson says that the property is safe in Kevin Smith’s excitable and nerdy hands.
Mamo is a beautiful coming-of-age story with lush panorama of small-town life and the countryside that surrounds.