A Look At The Final Season Of Game Of Thrones

So here we are...are you as beat up about it and as lost as I am? Perhaps feeling like it was all a dream and none of that actually happened? Well unfortunately we both have to face the truth...the best TV show of all time has came to a close children and for most it has came to a disappointing close sadly and as much as I wish I could say I wasn't in that camp who feel that way I sadly....am.... let's dive into some of my personal frustrations.

One Must Fall (Review)

One Must Fall marks the first film in Antonio Pantoja's filmography. Like me he is a fellow Louisville, Kentucky native so naturally this film peaked my interest. Originally I was going to be attending the opening at Louisville Palace but things came up and I was fortunate enough to receive a screener from him to see the movie early.

A Look Back On Predator (1987)

32 years ago today in 1987 we were introduced to the world's most badass Alien and one of the best Sci Fi/Action/Horror movies to ever touchdown on planet earth. The movie I'm talking about of course is Predator! Now personally for me I have some of the fondest memories of this movie from watching it with my dad on the old school "taped" VHS Tapes straight from the TV.

Book Of Monsters (Review)

Book of Monsters  is one of the best homages to the 80s as you can get. Sparke and Butler work so well together, I will buy a ticket anytime there names are involved. Watching this movie brought me back to my roots. And this piece of Cinema is why I love horror and why I got into the business.

Critters: A New Binge (Review)

The Crites are back at it again. Pretty much picking up where the series left off. The Critters return to Earth searching for a lost friend that was left behind. They land in Burbank and soon torment a group of high-schoolers and their families.

The Spirit Of Haddonfield (Review)

The spirit of Haddonfield isn’t your typical fan-film. Rivas seems to follow his own set of rules in this one, but it works. From the Halloween backdrop, to the Special Effects. Rivas knows what he is doing on paper and on camera.