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 official unofficial, never-made, third film in the Alien franchise finally bursts through the chest of pop culture obscurity to see the light of day – and it’s a sci-fi horror cracker!
In this edition of Heroes and Villans, E.A. Henson looks at upcoming Dark Horse books “William Gibson’s Alien 3” and “God of War #1”.
Battle lines are once again being drawn in this, the final season of “True Blood.” As Team Sookie, Team Vince, and the H-Vamps circle each other like metaphorical rumbling hoods, … Continue reading True Blood S07 E03: Fire in the Hole
In 1984, an unassuming technophobic geek from Vancouver named William Gibson penned one of, if not the, seminal works of what would later be called cyberpunk. The book, Neuromancer, was … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies: Johnny Mnemonic
Did you check out our own Glenn Walker’s piece on the much maligned and possibly misunderstood Alien 3? If not, it’s well worth your time as the man looks back … Continue reading Prometheus Pre-Game: An Aliens World Where Newt and Hicks Lived?
The Alien pseudo-sideways-prequel Prometheus hits theaters in a few days, and as part of our build-up for the release here at Biff Bam Pop!, our editor-in-chief asked me to review … Continue reading Prometheus Pre-Game – Glenn Walker Revisits Alien 3