The greatest era of paperback cover images is brought to glorious life along with fond remembrance in The Art of Pulp Fiction: An Illustrated History of Vintage Fiction.
One of my favorite movies, and television series, along with a flavor of the month for horror, would be the film From Dusk till Dawn, the amazing cross-genre masterpiece from … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2015: From Dusk till Dawn
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon Hello and welcome to another installment of “The Ten Percent,” a regular column here on BiffBamPop! where every other week Ensley … Continue reading The Ten Percent: Play It, Sam!
When a vast espionage organization like S.H.I.E.L.D. is fragmented from within, as they were when Hydra revealed themselves in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, there can be many splinter groups. … Continue reading Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S02 E14: Love in the Time of Hydra
“I have had it with these motherfu**ing snakes on this motherfu**ing plane!” – Snakes on a Plane Samuel L. Jackson epitomizes what a ‘scene stealer’ is all about. Regardless of the … Continue reading Scene Stealers: Samuel L. Jackson
This is the crossover event we have been waiting for since “The Flash” spun off from “Arrow.” This is it, not just a team-up, but a clash of titans, the … Continue reading The Flash S01 E08: Flash Vs. Arrow
I love meeting people and I love interviewing them. A good friend and fellow writer, Uriah Young, who knows that I’m the zombie queen at Biff Bam Pop, ask me … Continue reading Steampunk Granny’s Interview with Brandon Fobbs
After this, there’s only one episode left, and it’s all coming to a bloody end. Will Sam leave Bon Temps? Will Hoyt and Jason live happily ever after with dozens … Continue reading True Blood S07 E09: Love Is to Die
Between the Votanis Collective trying to bomb New York, Amanda’s finding her sister Kenya and that afternoon delight scene between Stahma and Datak, last week’s episode of “Defiance” was very … Continue reading Defiance S02 E09: Painted From Memory
With all the buzz about and rousing success of the new American Godzilla, I thought I might take a look at another Godzilla flick, one from a few years ago, … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies – Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah
HBO’s “True Detective” is not what it sounds like. It’s more of a twisting of genre expectations like Quentin Tarantino’s True Romance or Pulp Fiction in that way. Oh, it’s … Continue reading True Detective – HBO’s New Edge
It’s not often you get to reach back in time and touch a part of your childhood. But that’s exactly what Tim Seeley, Steve Seeley, and Michael Moreci want you … Continue reading Kickstart This! – Mini Comics Included!