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31 Days of Horror: PET SHOP OF HORRORS

It’s been said that a pet can cheer you up whenever you’re feeling depressed or down. If you happen upon one of Count D’s pets from Pet Shop of Horrors, though, just ...

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HUMAN RESOURCES Kickstarter: A Demon-Robot Punchout RTS

From the creative minds at Uber Entertainment that have brought us the frenetic fast-paced action of Super Monday Night Combat and the galaxy-conquesting sim, Planetary Annihilation, comes a new Kickstarter title that ...

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31 Days of Horror: THE CONJURING

When you hear the name James Wan, you don’t think ‘psychological horror’–rather, wonderfully schlocky ‘gore porn'; a la the movie that introduced the director to horror junkies worldwide: SAW. Pleasantly ...

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5 Times Superheroes Clashed With the Worlds of Horror

Superheroes face all sorts of different enemies. Mobsters, alien invaders, and mad ...
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31 Days of Horror: WORLD WAR Z

World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War is a ...
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5 Cancelled Video Games That Will Be Dearly Missed

Not every idea out there has a great plan to turn it ...
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31 Days of Horror: WILD ZERO

It’s not often that a punk band makes a film past the ...
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The 5 Biggest Announcements From New York Comic Con

In just eight years, New York Comic Con has already become one ...
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31 Days of Horror: KUROSAGI CORPSE DELIVERY SERVICE

Eiji Otsuka (MPD Psycho) is a bit of a crazy dude. Since MPD’s conception ...
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10 Must-See Asian Horror Films on Netflix Instant Queue

Within the last decade, Asian films have been making quite the impression on ...
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THE ART OF THE EVIL WITHIN Review: A Visual Descent into Madness

As a genre, survival-horror hasn’t exactly enjoyed any major releases. But with ...
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31 Days of Horror: GRINDHOUSE: BEE VIXENS FROM MARS

There’s definitely something to be said for the pulp infested, midnight movie ...

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Preview: GHOST FLEET #1

“For the world’s most valuable, dangerous, or secretive cargo, you don’t call just any trucking service . . . You call THE GHOST FLEET. When one of the world’s most elite combat-trained truckers takes a forbidden peek at his payload, he uncovers a conspiracy that will change his life forever! A new series of badass […]

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31 Days of Horror: BLOOD-C

You want Blood? Well, you got it and tagging along the ride with Production I.G. is mangaka group CLAMP for this 2011 iteration of the Blood: The Last Vampire franchise. Premiering in the 2011 Summer Season and licensed by FUNimation Entertainment, Blood-C is the second anime series of the franchise — following Blood+ only with […]

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Retro Reminiscence: CRASH BANDICOOT

Back in the mid-90s, every console had a flagship mascot. For Nintendo, it was the pudgy, acrobatic, Italian plumber Mario. For Sega, it was the faster than the speed of sound, blue blur Sonic the Hedgehog. When Sony PlayStation released in 1995, it needed a mascot, too. Sony didn’t back down and with the help of Naughty Dog and Universal Interactive, they came up with […]

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31 Days of Horror: I SAW THE DEVIL

In recent years, South Korea has been making a pretty big name for itself in the world of film. With a great deal of credit going to Oldboy for the world’s newfound appreciation of SK filmmaking, the truth is South Korea is creating some refreshingly innovative and original movies these days. Although Oldboy is an […]

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5 Most Memorable Slice of Life Anime of 2014

Slice-of-life is not typically the most heated genre discussion topic about anime for any given year. Regardless, it remains an undeniably captivating genre for many viewers for the emotions and feelings evoked or sometimes for the relaxed nature of the shows themselves. The year of 2014 has been fairly kind to the slice-of-life genre so […]

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WYTCHES #1 Review: A Perfect Halloween Read

One of the undisputed successes of DC’s New 52 initiative is the Batman relaunch by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. The combined energy and talent of Capullo (Spawn, Haunt) and Snyder (American Vampire) has resulted in a book so popular and well-acclaimed (with good reason), the duo was able to talk DC down from a […]

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THE EVIL WITHIN #1 Review: A Mediocre Attempt at a Complex Story

In a recent industry norm, forthcoming The Evil Within has received a prequel comic adaptation from Titan Comics. Set in the twisted, altered universe commonplace to games such as Silent Hill, The Evil Within comes to us from the mind behind Resident Evil, Shinji Mikami, and is one of the more recent in a slew of […]

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Shinichiro Watanabe and his Impact in Western Culture

Synonymous with the Western success of his first TV anime Cowboy Bebop in the early 2000’s, Shinichiro Watanabe has become a household name for Western anime fans. Similar to the Western success as that of Hayao Miyazaki (Studio Ghibli), Ozamu Tezuka (Astro Boy) and Satoshi Kon (Paprika, Tokyo Godfathers), Watanabe has garnered a great deal of attention for […]

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STAR WARS REBEL HEIST Review

With one of the most integral fandoms within American culture, Star Wars, a phenomenon that spreads way beyond her borders, it can be a daunting task to take on. However, Dark Horse Comics has proven itself a worthy of the Star Wars franchise in comic books, time and time again. As their reign comes to a close, […]

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THE GOON: FOR WANT OF WHISKEY AND BLOOD Review: 13 Volumes and Still Going Strong

In the crazy worlds of comics the genres of cartoon humor, horror, and crime come together fairly often. While a number of books like this are fun, Eric Powell’s The Goon easily stands out above the rest. Powell’s creation is a mob strong-arm handling the rackets in an unnamed city beset by economic downturn, zombies, […]

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