As is the case every year, San Diego Comic-Con brought a deluge of news to fan the flames of excitement for fans of sci-fi, fantasy, and related genres of pop-culture and entertainment. Being one of the biggest pop-culture juggernauts of the past decade, The Walking Dead once again had a strong presence at the convention. …
Thought to be lost for nearly 40 years, proto-slasher The Intruder will be released for the first time anywhere on August 1, 2017!
Long thought to be lost to time, the horror-themed sexploitation film The Satanist was rediscovered after over 40 years. Is it worth watching though, or should it have stayed forgotten?
House is a misunderstood masterpiece of Japanese horror. It’s crazy, strange, and deeper than most people give it credit for. It’s a must-watch for any fan of film.
House is a beloved movie, but to people love it for the wrong reasons? Join me in episode 3 of the LTL podcast as I make an argument for looking past the crazy visuals of House and appreciating the movie for its deep connections to Japanese folklore, the medium of film, and what it means to grow up in a society affected by war!
Yamishibai, the short-form anime about ghosts and monsters, is back for another season! The presentation has changed, but is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Chucky’s back again, but can a change in characters and scenery add a fresh spin to the series?
Child’s Play 2 has a distinctly different tone that its predecessor, but is that a good thing or a bad thing?
There’s always something to talk about in the world of horror, so this year I’ve resolved to do a better job of staying informed about new developments in movies, games, literature, and everything else. Part of that resolution involves what I hope to be an ongoing series of videos where I talk about current news …
Child’s Play is considered as a classic, but is it deserving of its highly regarded position in horror history?