Kia Hysjulien’s Five Best Moments in The WALKING DEAD: Season Six

*Editor’s note – We asked artist/creator Kia Hysjulien about her favorite moments from this past season of The Walking Dead, and she was nice enough to write a bit about a few scenes that really stood out to her. If you haven’t, check out her artwork here and a piece on her over at Blumhouse.com […]

TV Review: DEAD OF SUMMER – Episode 10: “She Talks to Angels”

The gates to Camp Stillwater have come to a bloody close and what’s left is a for sale sign and a possible lurking presence, waiting for some new flesh to feast on. The first season of DEAD OF SUMMER is finished and its overall treats have been a mixed bag. An 80s themed summer camp […]

Review – THE STRAIN: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON

Guillermo Del Toro has a fascination for traditional old school horror that can’t be denied. His films have reached both hardcore and mainstream audiences, developing a relationship with fans that most directors crave. His childhood fantasies have been brought to the big screen in the form of creations like the faun creature in PAN’S LABYRINTH […]

TV Review – DEAD OF SUMMER, Episode 9: “Home Sweet Home”

There’s only one episode left of the premiere season of DEAD OF SUMMER and Freeform is making sure you tune in. The penultimate episode turned the tables on everything you thought you knew and gave us a whole new Amy that was more than welcoming to horror fans. Throughout this season, there’s been no doubt […]

TV Review: DEAD OF SUMMER – Episode 8: “The Devil Inside”

The nostalgia in me got all excited during the opening moments of the latest episode of DEAD OF SUMMER as Jessie makes her way through a party with Bobby Brown’s “My Prerogative” blasting. This is her episode and so much about her character makes sense now. See, she used to be more on the innocent […]

TV Review: DEAD OF SUMMER, Episode 7: “Townie”

We spend more than enough time at Camp Stillwater on the latest DEAD OF SUMMER as we focus on Deputy Sykes and his history with the campground. To my surprise, he turned out to be a rebellious kid with a short temper and a complicated relationship with his father. Garrett acted out, maybe for attention, […]

TV Review: OUTCAST Episode 9: “Close to Home”

This is the last episode before the season finale and the show runners for sure make you feel it. It opens with Megan hurting herself, reminiscing of all the awful things going on her life. She has an embarrassing incident by vomiting in front of the entire school only to find out that she’s inconveniently […]

TV Review: DEAD OF SUMMER Episode 6: “The Dharma Burns”

Lately, I’ve discovered I’m a sucker for super fucked up love stories. Watching Daniel Radcliffe learn the hard truth about those he loves in HORNS is always heartbreaking. I won’t spoil it, but the ending to SPRING gets me every time and I always put that movie on when I just want to lay under […]