If you go down in the woods this May, you’re sure of a big surprise. The Ranger is making the forest frightful on Shudder this month. Also debuting is the Night Shifter, V/H/S/2 and more of The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs.
Issa López’s stunning dark fairy tale – Tigers Are Not Afraid – will be premiering on Shudder, the horror streaming service, later this year. Tigers Are Not Afraid tells the gripping story of orphans living through the Mexican drug wars. The movie is told through the children’s eyes, which is Continue Reading
In a world where everything consists of streaming and subscription services, it seemed inevitable that Disney would enter the game at some point. Sure enough, the House of Mouse officially unveiled the contents of their newest streaming service, Disney+, during their Investor Day Webcast. With all the content and accessibility Continue Reading
Soon, there will be more walking dead on AMC’s Shudder. The horror streaming service has secured the rights in the U.S. and Canada to Shinichiro Ueda’s modern cult classic One Cut of the Dead (Original Japanese title: ‘Kamera o tomeru na!’). The indie hit was made for the ridiculous sum Continue Reading
Stephen King’s story about bad beer is coming to the Shudder streaming service via its Creepshow anthology series. Gray Matter, published in King’s 1978 Night Shift collection, will star Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog, Escape from New York) along with Jigsaw himself, Saw’s Tobin Bell and Giancarlo Esposito (Gustavo ‘Gus’ Fring in Continue Reading
Amazon Prime is injecting some action into April. Season two of The Tick starring Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman begins this month. The Tick is based on the comic book series created by Ben Edlund. Speaking of comic books, Marvel’s The Blade movie franchise starring Wesley Snipes as the hybrid Continue Reading
Like the Little Shop of Horrors, scary things are blooming on the Shudder streaming service in April.
As a life-long comic book fan I never thought Shazam, the original Captain Marvel, was cool in any way. Originally, he was portrayed as a dopey version of Superman and like Supes even his entire family became cheap knock-offs.
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Spawning numerous video games, a few TV series, and even board games. There have also been spin-offs and many future iterations to come, including the newest Netflix TV series. This was childhood, at least from my perspective. It came and left, just like Continue Reading
With many animated series, it might not be easy to let something go, especially if it’s one you love. Our friends overseas may think the same way as well, because of some anime never-ending. We don’t mean they can’t or shouldn’t end, we mean they don’t end. From anime you’ve Continue Reading