In the end, it wasn’t fire, drowning, or demons that killed Jason Voorhees. It was lawyers. Tim Murr mourns the end of a franchise in ‘The Week in Horror.’
The Week in Horror with Tim Murr looks at the reaction to Child’s Play, news on Red Sonja, and a review of the Prom Night soundtrack.
Shudder does it right, Netflix does it wrong, and Begos does a vampire movie as Tim Murr escorts us through The Week in Horror.
The long-awaited Mötley Crüe movie, ‘The Dirt,’ makes its global debut on Netflix in March, and it looks gritty and glamorous.
Horror novelist and Biff Bam Pop! contributor, Jeffery X Martin, reveals his favorite pieces of entertainment from the outgoing year, 2018.
Something I’ve been grappling with lately is that there is just too much out there for comic book fans to effectively enjoy.
October means there’s a lot going on the fright film front, and Tim Murr has collected some prime pieces of news for The Week in Horror.
In this installment of Heroes and Villains we’ve got giant robots! Space! Magic! All that plus I’ve cracked the code of the Marvel Netflix shows!
These new images from the upcoming Netflix series, ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,’ make us more excited for the show’s premiere in October than we already were, and that’s saying a lot.
The beauty (and the danger) of a Netflix series is you can tell a story that sprawls. I think Luke Cage is the first one that doesn’t feel like it’s spread out for its own sake.
Luke Cage, the hero of Harlem, has been busy since his last appearance, and a new season of Luke Cage hits your home screens tomorrow. Here’s a look back at what happened in Season 1, in case you don’t have time to rebinge.
Today, Entertainment Weekly revealed that Dark Horse Comics would be the exclusive publisher for a brand new series based on Netflix’s Stranger Things!