demons

Confession time: I saw the “DOOM” movie on opening night. Actually, that’s not the whole story. I saw the “DOOM” movie on opening night with a bunch of guys in costume (I swear I wasn’t one of them). There I was, a kid that grew up killing Hell Knights on my computer while listening to “Reign in Blood”, sitting next to a guy dressed up like a Cyber-Demon, an Imp, an Arch-Vile and another confused friend who had no idea that there were going to be costumes (I said I didn’t know about it... I lied).

The phenomenon that was "Paranormal Activity" burned so brightly last year that at times it's easy to forget about "Paranormal Activity" the movie. As the legend goes, on a ridiculous shoe-string budget, that film went on to gross nearly $200 million worldwide, mostly on the back of a viral marketing strategy and word of mouth. "Paranormal Activity 2" would never had the chance to sneak up on anybody the same way.

With "Paranormal Activity 2" being release this Thursday at midnight, what better time than to view the original? Are you in luck! It's available to stream via Netflix!

I know this type of movie isn't everyone's bowl of wax, but I love it. It just goes to show that a good movies doesn't need to be loaded with 3D, massive CGI, a huge budget and cheap scares to be entertaining.

On October 6th, the animated hit on Comedy Central is returning for another hilarious season of demons, vampires, zombies & other assorted freaks to poke fun immigration policies and paranoia.

If you’re familiar with the show from last season, you’ll recognize all the Department of Integration characters: Mark - the idealistic social worker; Randal - his roommate who turned himself into a zombie for the sole reason of impressing a girl, and Mark’s demon succubus boss & girlfriend, Callie (My fiance mentions she & I have have uncanny similarities. I’m sure he means my wit, otherwise I’ll tear his arms off.). The cast also includes Leonard Powers- an old, drunk & timid wizard; Twayne - a intimidating demonic bureaucrat (aren't they all? HAR HAR HAR!), and Lt Grimes, a law enforcement official who hates non humans.

The Last Exorcism

Daniel Stamm, director of "The Last Exorcism," must have missed the Hollywood-wide bulletin that 3-D was the new gimmick of choice for genre filmmakers. In "Exorcism," Stamm instead turns to first person perspective to weave his tale -- a choice that is just so 2008. Luckily, it's also a choice that helps make a small, low wattage horror movie more than the sum of its seemingly pedestrian parts.


In the event that you have been living in a cave, there was a remake of a well known 80's slasher released this year called "Friday the 13th"! Now it's here for your viewing pleasure at home in both a theatrical flavor and a 'killer cut' which sounds cutting and edgy and down right amazing! Or so the marketing department hopes.

Spoilers abound in our "Drag Me To Hell" episode, which shouldn't matter because surely you saw it opening weekend, Right?

The whole crew gets together to discuss the epic shenanigans witnessed during our recent screenings of "The Unborn".