Can’t they just die already? A triple rant about Don’t Breathe, The Shallows and Green Room

The survival genre has to die! (clickbait tagline)

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Escape From LA (1996) Now more relevant than ever!
Back during 1996, the Year that gave us Michael Bay’s The Rock and Independence Day, there was this one Movie that I had the biggest anticipation for, and that was the sequel to one of my favorite beloved films, ever! Within August of that year, John Carpenter, Kurt Russell had finally continued... Read more
Jason Bourne (2016): Bourne 4 Revenge

“…in the end it’s a storywise unnecessary sequel, but as a stand-alone spy action thriller it’s a well-directed, tightly edited, entertaining film…”

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Spinning Headlines – Week 44: Weekend Box Office, Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Predator, Wonder Woman, Trainspotting 2, Justice League, Voltron, LEGO Batman…

This weeks non-materialistic news-setting has the weekend box office, trailers for “Trainspotting 2″, Wonder Woman” and “xXx 3”. A composer gets hired for “Spider-man: Homecoming”, Shane Black fixes faulty reporting on “The Predator”, Joe Carnahan spills details about “Bad Boys 3”, “Justice League” villain actor revealed, spit-take of the week and more.

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Imaginarium 85: C Is For Catheter
Writer, director, and podcaster Manny Serrano joins Scott and Todd to talk Tom Savini, George Romero, porn stars at horror cons, and cons in general. Fresh, funny, and foul, Episode 85 has all that, plus Scott gets his voice back (mostly)! Mass Grave Pictures http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/Imaginarium85.mp3Podcast: Play in new window... Read more
Days Of Future Present Pt.1 (The calm before the Stormfront!)
Satire! Doesn’t necessarily reflect the stance of all members of this site. Days of Future Present And there came a day, while I was relaxing in the Beach with a six-pack o’ Guinness stout, a sudden tide appeared and had swept me under. Actually, I was drawn into some... Read more
StudioHEAD #50

The 50th episode of “StudioHEAD” is a little bit different.

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5Quadrant: Pick Flick Again? “Election” and the 2016 Presidential Race

In 1999, Alexander Payne’s Election put the director on the map and created an iconic satire of the American electoral process. In 2016, that satire has not only grown more relevant, but seems to accurately diagnose the debacle of the current presidential race. This week, we look at how reality has changed Election’s impact and what it’s like to watch the movie for the first time in light of the parallels to the candidates today. #podcast

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Happy, Happy Halloween: Halloween Resurrection
No sequels are ever really necessary, and those that are equal to the original are usually as rare as hen’s teeth. Nowhere is this truer, and as applicable as it is with Halloween: Resurrection. I suppose it’s appropriate that director Rick Rosenthal, who helmed H2, also helms the last... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 43: Weekend Box Office, Deadpool 2, Thor: Ragnarok, God Particle, Marvel, Star Trek: Discovery…

Weekend box office, possible “Deadpool” sequel director, misc. Marvel-news, “Thor: Ragnarok” wraps filming, “God Particle” is another segment of the “Cloverfield”-series”, “Sherlock Holmes 3” has a writer’s room, “Star Trek: Discovery” creative team switches, spit-take of the week and more.

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Imaginarium 84: The Negan Effect
It’s Halloween! So drop your bed knobs and broomsticks and check out the Imaginarium Halloween Spooktacular!  Scott and Todd talk a bit about Scott’s Halloween retrospective, Scott gushes over the Turkish horror film Baskin, and then they get into The Walking Dead. All this and the premiere of a... Read more
Bag o’ Treats (NSFW)
  I thought I’d Candy wrap the rest of these topics off with a proper sendoff, here are the leftovers based on my recommendations. This piece o’ pieces, is what I would call the “Rough Cut”. Although each section will not be as “fleshed out” as my previous ToTs... Read more
One More Day ’til Halloween: Halloween: H20
Halloween: H20 is perhaps the strongest of the MM infused Halloween sequels. It also does something very smart, and pretends that 4-6 never happened, which is an amazing coincidence as most moviegoers did the same thing.  In the original script for H20, they do include them, including the death... Read more
Horror Movie Roundup: The Mephisto Waltz (1971) and The Church (1989)

Two underseen horror movies reviewed!

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3 More Days ’til Halloween: The Curse of Michael Meyers
Now, I don’t want to start any rumors, but this could be the film that killed Donald Pleasence. Sadly, our favorite Loomis passed on a few months before the movie was released-almost as if he knew something. That’s the sad news in regards to H6, the good news is... Read more
Trick O’ Treats Pt. 4 Movies: Something Old, something Ghoul
    Let’s face it, today’s horror genre as far as modern cinema is concerned is dying off slowly due to shitty remakes, sequels and uninspired concepts which had begun since the noughties. That said, I, the “Black Irish hath discovered a few somewhat recent picks o’ the litter that may... Read more
Movie Night: Dracula and the Spanish Version (1931)
Well, it’s almost Halloween and this year, my friend and I have decided to make our way through the original Big Four Universal Monster Films and their sequels in release order. Of course, this will go well beyond the month of October but that’s fine with me as I... Read more
4 More Days ’til Halloween: Halloween 5: Revenge of Michael Meyers
How bad is Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Meyers? It made me seriously reconsider finishing this series. Even as bad as a couple of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies were, none made me want to quit. H5 made me want to dig up the rotting corpse of... Read more
Weekday Matinee: King Sized edition

Weekday Matinee returns just in time to celebrate our favorite time of the year, Halloween! This month Scott and Jerry talk about their favorite Stephen King movies. It’s a King sized edition, for our overdue return! What are your favorites? Least favorites? Let us know in the comment section! #podcast

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Tricks O’ Treats Pt. 3 Horror Anime
    Welcome back to Stalks’ Trick O’ Treats. For this segment, Horror Anime is the hot topic. Controversial, artistic and if you ask the wrong person, they would say it’s a dying media. Fortunately, that is not the case since Anime is still thriving thanks to streaming services like... Read more
5 More Days ‘til Halloween: Halloween IV: The Return of Michael Meyers
With the poor box office performance of H3, the producers decided to go back to the well, and brought back Michael Meyers and Dr. Loomis. Carpenter and Hill signed away their interest in the Halloween series, and it fell to Mousatapha Akkad to destroy the franchise.  Prior to that,... Read more
Jack’s Random Spooky Show

Your Saviors of the universe are back to haunt the Net! This time around after the guys run through “Spinning Headlines”, they tackle Jack’s indifference to the trailer for Logan! Kyle runs down the controversy of the game No Man’s Sky, and they get hyped about the new Nintendo Console! And of course, they torture Jamill with this week’s review of The Babadook! #podcast

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6 More Days ‘Til Halloween: Halloween 3: The Season Of The Witch
When is a sequel not a sequel? When it’s Halloween 3: Season of the Witch. As everyone knows by now, H3 is the only entry in the series that doesn’t feature Michael Meyers, or any events related to his hijinks (although we do get to see a glimpse of... Read more
StudioHEAD #49

A very Halloweeny StudioHEAD.

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7 More Days ‘Til Halloween: Halloween 2
Halloween 2 is an exception to the rule of all sequels sucking. In fact, I think in many ways H2 is a better and-dare I say it-scarier film than the original. While director Rick Rosenthal has his own style, he doesn’t stray very far from what Carpenter did in... Read more
5Quadrant: Dracula’s Cinematic Immortality

Dracula’s iconic presence throughout history offers a known brand, but is it known for quality? What did Stoker intend with the character and what have audiences responded to in his various iterations? #podcast

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8 More days ’til Halloween: Halloween (1978)
This isn’t a review I expected to write. Well, I knew I would be writing it, but I hadn’t expected my opinion to change so radically.  Last year I reviewed all the Elm Street movies, and in thinking what to do for this Halloween, it seemed rather obvious that... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 42: Weekend Box Office, Deadpool 2, Young Lando Calrissian, Godzilla 2, Logan, Wonder Woman, Guardians 2…

Weekend Box Office, “Deadpool” director exits the sequel, Donald Glover cast as young Lando Calrissian, Legendary’s “Godzilla”-sequel gets writers & a possible director, trailers/teasers for “Arrival”, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2”, “Nocturnal Animals”, “Logan”, “A Cure For Wellness”. Spit-take of the week and more…

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Imaginarium 83: Music Of The Night
This week on the Imaginarium Scott and Todd read some comments from the show pages and reply to them. There’s some healthy debate coming from that, and Todd gets passionate about some of the feedback. The guys then talk a bout their favorite horror movie soundtracks, with a little... Read more
Trick O’ Treats Pt. 2 (Favorite Sp00ktacular Songs!)
Okay, that was my first attempt at this so Fuck you! Now, on to business *Ahem* Halloween shall arrive before you know it and to get you tricking treaters in the festive frightful mood, I the Boisterous Black Irish, have yet another list of ghoulish goodies that I recommend but... Read more
Movie Night: Tarantula (1955)
Since the era of silent film, Universal Studios had been making a tidy profit with horror films, particularly the monster genre. This would explode in the 30’s and 40’s with a series of films centered around what would become known as The Universal Classic Monsters which would primarily be... Read more
IAB’s Night Terrors: “Race With the Devil”(1975), “Pumpkinhead”(1988), “We Are What We Are”(2013)

Satanic cults on the highway, revenge demons, families with questionable diets – oh my!

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Deep in the Woods (2000): The Big Bad Wolf is out to get You

Oh lala! The French know a thing or two about horror.

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Imaginarium 82: Monster Mash
Todd Staruch and I talk about our favorite monsters, New York Comic Con and cell phones, then end the show with a political rant. All this and Todd has a technical malfunction! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imag82.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 41: Box Office, Stranger Things, Meg, Logan, Fantastic Beasts, Coen Brothers, Rogue One, Kong: Skull Island, Justice League…

Weekend box office, “Stranger Things” S2 casting, “Meg” begins filming, “Fantastic Beasts” will not end any time soon, Coen brothers take a writing assignment, Mangold/Jackman tease more of “Logan”, final trailer for “Rogue One”, spit-take of the week and more…

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Trick O’ Treats Pt.1 (Videogames)
      Well it’s that certain time again when  All Hollows’ Eve shall soon approach us. But prior to that often celebrated Holiday where costumed individuals get dressed,” juiced and dance- badly” tis your Boyo, the “Eye of the Stalk” have a few recommendations to kick off just in time for Halloween! In... Read more
Jack’s Random Harlem Shake

Sweet Christmas! Jack finally remembered that he hadn’t uploaded last week’s show, so here it is, you jackals! After Kyle and Jamill debate the value of Disney’s “Pirates” franchise, they team up to rake Jack over the coals for his taste in SNL alums! Also, Jack finally saw Batman v Superman’s Ultimate Edition, and lets us know if it transcends the boundaries of mediocrity! And of course your Saviors of the Universe Randomly Review Netflix’s Luke Cage! #podcast

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StudioHEAD #48

Mr. Head in a panel.

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The Hopeless Stairway Part 1

More Sherlock Holmes fan fiction!

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Movie Night: Food Of The Gods (1976)
In 1976, one year before Star Wars would be released, Drive-In movies were still king and American International Pictures (the same studio that gave Roger Corman his start) was pumping out B-Movie fare for it’s third decade in a row. The effects had slightly improved but the stories still... Read more
5Quadrant: Can’t Jack Torrance Just Be a Bad Dad?

For decades, average viewers and critics alike have been trying to assign an objective meaning to the complex elements Stanley Kubrick left throughout The Shining. There is even an entire documentary about some of the most elaborate conspiracy theories called Room 237. This week, contributors Stefan and Abe dive into man’s search for meaning in a Kubrick horror movie and wonder if it’s really worth the effort. #podcast

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Spinning Headlines – Week 40: NYCC(John Wick Chapter 2, Marvel/Netflix, Power Rangers etc.), Weekend Box Office, Blade Runner 2049, Logan, Underworld 5, Resident Evil 6, Black Panther…

A heavy load of trailers, both from NYCC and elsewhere: “John Wick Chapter 2”, “Iron Fist”, “Power Rangers”, “Trollhunters”, “Stan Against Evil”, “The Great Wall”, “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”, “Underworld: Blood Wars”. “Blade Runner”-sequel and “Wolverine”-sequel get official titles, “Black Panther” adds cast, Max Landis whines about something, spit-take of the week and more.

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Imaginarium 81: Killers and Clowns

This week Scott and Todd tackle the subject of the best and worst horror movie franchises. Which director of an iconic series does Todd trash? Why does Scott agree with him? The guys also talk about the clown sightings and try to figure out what is wrong with people. All this and Hurrican Matthew conspiracy theorists on this week’s Imaginarium! #podcast

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The Marvel Superheroes (1966) A RETROspective
      Question: Are you familiar with iconic jingles like; “When Captain America throws his mighty shield”, “Doc Bruce Banner, belted by Gamma Rays, turned into the Hulk, aint he unglamorous…” Or “Tony Stark, makes you feel he’s the cool Exec with the heart of steel. And Iron... Read more
Corpse Mania (1981): …loving you was like loving the Dead [NSFW]
Slightly NSFW due to imagery of implied nudity and potentially disturbing content *** Corpse Mania aka Si Yiu (1981) directed by Chih-Hung Kuei I have been reviewing a few Giallos lately and I decided to explore what influence this proto-Italian genre had on film makers not native of the... Read more
Movie Night: Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974)
  In the early 70’s, Hammer Studios was in deep financial trouble and about to shut it’s doors. In this troubled climate, the studio decided to take a chance and gave Avengers scriptwriter Brain Clemens free reign to both write and direct his own project. The result would become... Read more
Jack’s Random Get Down

This week your Saviors of the Universe return with special guest, Supernaught co-founder, and former host of this very show, Abe! Since we wrecked his MaSter Debaters YouTube show last week, we beam him aboard the Battle-station to return the favor! #podcast

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5Quadrant #2: What if Spielberg is Right?

#Podcast: Was Steven Spielberg correct with his gloomy predictions for the movie business?

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Spinning Headlines – Week 39: Weekend Box Office, Pirates 5, Justice League, War for the Planet of the Apes, Indiana Jones, MacGruber 2, Terry Gilliam…

Weekend Box Office-numbers, teaser poster for “Pirates 5”, Terry Gilliam can’t catch a break, “What We Do in the Shadows” TV-spinoff, “Twin Peaks”-teasery, “War for the Planet of the Apes”-synopsis & news for first footage-release, “MacGruber 2” in scripting stage, the coolest Indiana Jones-animation ever, spit-take of the week and more…

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Movie Night: Yor, The Hunter From The Future (1983)
What can one say about Yor? This is classic B-Movie, 80’s cheese and if you like these kinds of films then as far as I’m concerned, any discussion of Yor has to start with the director. Listed in the credits as Anthony M. Dawson, this is really an American... Read more
StudioHEAD #47

Mr. Head makes important release date-decisions.

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5Quadrant #1: What Happened to the Adult Drama?

New movie-themed podcast! Chris and Tom discuss box office for the weekend of 9/23-9/25, the latest headlines, and the fall of the adult drama. #podcast

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Spinning Headlines – Week 38: RIP Bill Nunn/Curtis Hanson, Weekend Box Office, Thor: Ragnarok, IT, Dark Tower: Wizard and Glass, Passengers, Paramount, Tran5formers…

This week: paying respects to Bill Nunn and Curtis Hanson with some very sad news to Monty Python-fans also. Weekend box office taken by “The Magnificent Seven”, trailers for “Taboo” and “Passengers”, Sam Neill joins “Thor: Ragnarok”, “IT” wraps filming, something’s rotten in Paramount, Bayformers 5 insults the British, “The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass” to become a miniseries, spit-take of the week and more.

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IAB’s Shelf: “El Dorado”(1966) and “We Own the Night” (2007)

The new “Shelf”, with a couple of flicks starring men who are following a certain Code of Honor.

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Jack’s Random Things

Good Lord, it’s been a while!

This week, your saviors of the universe say goodbye to legendary entertainer Gene Wilder, as the reaper’s rampage continues.
Kyle tell us about his love for the fantasy realms of Robin Hobb, talk shit about the Transformers movie series, and we sink our teeth into Netflix’s Stranger Things! It’s a great show, and it’s great to be back! #podcast

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Movie Review: Rapt Up And Ready To Roll
In April of 2015, my Weekday Matinee co host Jerry Janda sent me a script to read. This was right after he had been on the Imaginarium and I had gushed like a schoolgirl over how much I had liked Painkiller. I remember it took me awhile to get... Read more
Imaginarium 80: $100 Curry
On this week’s Imaginarium Scott and Todd talk about Tim Curry, his $100 photo op, some of his other movies, and why one of them would pay for it, and the other wouldn’t. They also talk about their various medical procedures, congratulate former guest Robert Mukes on a new... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 37: Weekend box office, Weird Mad Max-reporting, Commissioner Gordon, Bruce Lee, Fargo S3, Mission; Impossible 6, Rogue One, Moana…

The weekend box office-look, strange “Mad Max”-news, teasers/trailers for “Birth of the Dragon”, “Annabelle 2”, “Westworld”, “Moana”. “Fargo” season 3 casting, “Mission 6” back in production after a brief hiatus, composer switch on “Rogue One”, Woody Harrelson as LBJ, “Star trek: Discovery”-delay, “Super Troopers 2”-casting, spit-take(s) of the week and MORE.

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StudioHEAD #46

Mr. Head meets Alan Moore (“V for Vendetta”, “Watchmen”, Batman: The Killing Joke”, “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”).

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Movie Night: Night of the Lepus (1972)

A review of “Night of the Lepus”, the infamous “giant killer bunny” movie.

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Imaginarium 79: Nerds As Far As The Eye Can See!
Scott and Todd get their nerd on as they talk about all things pumpkin spice, the new Apple iPhone, the disappointing summer blockbusters, and their love and admiration for Star Trek as it celebrates its 50th Anniversary. All this and Scott admits to liking a Star Wars movie! http://media.blubrry.com/thesupernaughts/p/pods.thesupernaughts.com/Imaginarium/imaginarium79.mp3Podcast:... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 36: Sully, Westworld, Vince Gilligan, Alien Nation, Free Fire, Live By Night, Super Troopers 2…

“Sully” wins the weekend box office, “Westworld” has plans to stick around for a while, Trailers for “Godzilla: Resurgence”, “Free Fire” and “Live by Night”, “Super Troopers 2” filming, Vince Gilligan & Michelle MacLaren’s next, PT Anderson/Daniel Day-Lewis reunion greenlit, “Spider-Man: Homecoming”-villain spoiled and the spit-take of the week…

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De Palma (2015) is a must for fans of the Master

Happy 76th Birthday, Brian De Palma!

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The ‘burbs (1989) – Joe Dante’s best & still relevant to this day

“It really hasn’t aged at all, it’s a perfect mix of thriller and comedy, with some very clever satire on the ingrown living habitats and their effect on people – and it has something very poignant to say about the human nature even now.”

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The Exorcist 2: The Heretic (1977)
Following the success of the high-grossing original The Exorcist, along came an follow up sequel that takes place four years after Regan McNeil, once again played by Linda Blair, became possessed.  She is 16 by now and under the care of Sharon Spencer, played by Kitty Winn, another Exorcist... Read more
Imaginarium 78: Walk On The Wilder Side
Back from a brief hiatus, Scott and Todd welcome Scott’s best friend from 4th grade, musician Steven Fallon. This show marks the first time they’ve spoken in 41 years! What do they talk about? Gene Wilder, Stranger Things, Steven’s music, Todd’s upcoming Grindhouse Night at Cafe Z, and of... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 35: Gene Wilder RIP, Weekend BO, Stranger Things S2, Mascots, Jackie Chan, Harry Potter…

RIP Gene Wilder, another “Don’t Breathe”-weekend, Teasers/trailers for “Star Wars: Rebels” S3, “Gotham” S3, “Mascots”. “Stranger Things” season 2 details, WB planning for a whole lotta more “Potter”, Jim Broadbent added to “Game of Thrones” season 7, spit-take of th week and more.

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Why I Don’t Like Home Invasion Movies…. and My Top 5 Home Invasion Movies!

Dee tries to extract a Top 5 out of one of his least favourite horror movie subgenres. Including a rant!

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StudioHEAD #45

Mr. Head is working on some Things.

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage show review

A review of the stage play everybody talks about!

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Spinning Headlines – Week 34: the ‘better-late-than-never’-edition + the new “Westworld” trailer

New trailer for HBO’s “Westworld” as well as a trio of horror movie-trailers, a full trailer for “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders” and a clip from Netflix’ “Luke Cage”. Various casting news, director news, the spit-take of the week and more…

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016): Life is great as a human-animal hybrid
In a summer filled with disappointments, TMNT 2 might not stand out as a gem, but can at least live up to its predecessor, delivering what it promises. Shredder (Brian Tee) is back with a vengeance, after he escaped prison with the help of a teleportation device created by... Read more
Four entertaining (if not better) alternatives than Suicide Squad!
      Now that you have read various reviews and opinions of DC Extended Universe’s Suicide Squad, here are at least four recommendations that in my not so humble opinion, are great supplemental material affiliated with the notorious Task Force. And in some ways, are a much better... Read more
Suicide Squandered! (And yet, here’s another Suicide Squad review!)
Synopsis: Fearing that the world is vulnerable to otherworldly threats, the Government enlists the disposable Task Force X on a high-risk mission in exchange for absolution: Meanwhile, the Joker operates his own agenda. After waiting for almost a year upon learning that the DC’s Dirty half Dozen cult Favorite-Suicide Squad... Read more
This year, vote for Jean-Claude Van Johnson (2016-)

The Muscles from Brussels are back!

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Delirium aka Le Foto di Gioia (1987) [NSFW]

NSFW: Images showing nudity.
A review of an obscure 80s Giallo by Lamberto Bava.

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Spinning Headlines – Week 33: Affleck/Christie, Dark Tower, IT, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, Spider-Man, MacGyver, Arrival, Holmes & Watson…

This week: trailers for “Arrival”, “Hands of Stone”, “MacGyver”, “Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders” and “Jean-Claude Van Johnson”. Ben Affleck to direct/star in Agatha Christie-adaptation, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” found it’s Mary Jane? Some teaser images of the Stephen ing-adaptations “Dark Tower” and “IT”, Spit-take of the week and much much more…

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The Bill (1984-2010)

The Bill, 1984-2010

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Suicide Squad? You mean Suicide Squat.

Bop does not like Suicide Squad. At all.

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Suicide Squad (2016): Chaotic, frustrating… and very watchable

Dee shares his opinion on the third movie entry into the DCEU.

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Sausage Party Review Podcast
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StudioHEAD #44

In the epic conclusion of a three-part saga, Mr. Head wants to make Hollywood great again.

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Magnum Opus (Magnum Force, a RETROspective)
Featuring; With “Green Screen”, you can jump to a pivotal scene just by clicking the green text. It’s that simple but be warned, spoilers ahead! What happens when the law fails to uphold and enact justice? Why, take it within your own hands of course. In Written by Harry... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 32: Rock vs. Diesel, Old Man Logan, Rogue One, Denis Villeneuve, Dolph Lundgren, Star Trek: Discovery, Luke Cage…

In this edition of the Spinning Headlines: The Rock vs. Vin Diesel, Hugh Jackman looking Old, the new “Rogue One”-trailer as well as trailers for “Arrival”, “Don’t Breathe”, “Bad Santa 2”, “Luke Cage” and “Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”. Also casting news of “Young Han Solo” and “Oceans 8”, details on “Star Trel: Discovery”, Spit-take of the week and more.

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Jacks Random Suicide Pact

This week your Saviors of the Universe talk current geek headlines! Anime adaptations, white-washing, the Joker and more! #podcast

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Nightmare Beach (1989) is a fun Summer- Giallo Slasher

Newsflash! Masked killer chases dumb and horny teens during their Spring Break.

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Movie Night: The Big Cube (1969)
Ah, this movie. It’s hard to sum this film up simply but let me give it a shot…. Lana Turner trips balls. Okay, maybe that wasn’t so hard. From that description, you may have guessed that this movie takes place in the late 60’s, (1969 to be exact) and... Read more
Jared Leto Mystified by PG-13 Rating, Lost Performance

A think piece about Suicide Squad and its Joker, Jared Leto.

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Lights Out (2016) Review

A review of the movie based on the eponymous short film.

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The Jesus Incident (book review)
Dune by Frank Herbert was published in 1965. I have read Dune twice, one when I was a kid and once in high school. I recently listened to the book on tape on the internet, and its language is as accessible and gripping as it was back in the 1990s... Read more
Spinning Headlines – Week 31: Suicide Squad, Dunkirk, Alien: Covenant, Furious 8, M. Night Shyamalan, Bad Santa 2, James Cameron…

So, after a month-long hiatus (and some guest-writer spots), the Headlines are back with a vengeange. This week we’ll look at the various “Suicide Squad”-news as well as a whole heap of other stuff.

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Random Rundown
After a rare behind the scenes look at the show, your Saviors of the Universe throw caution to the wind, and discuss the general landscape of modern nerdom. They narrowly avoid spoiling AMC’s Preacher, while wondering if it’s worthwhile to invest one’s time supporting genre programs. The guys ask... Read more
Oh No Another Podcast (Suicide Squad Review)
Holmes Stories, Vol. 2
Here are two new Sherlock Holmes fan fiction tales from IndianaPeach. Please to enjoy. There are some grammar issues with the dialogue but I’m still learning about writing and the next installments should be cleaner, particularly in the area of comma usage and periods. In any event the stories... Read more
Indiana Jones 5 – Ford/Spielberg/Lucas/Williams (2019)

Speculations about and hopes for the next Indiana Jones movie.

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Opera aka Terror at the Opera (1987): An appreciation of Dario Argento’s probably last great movie
This is an attempt to re-evaluate Opera aka Terror at the Opera, a “Giallo” from 1987, written and directed by Dario Argento, starring Christina Marsillach, Daria Nicolodi, Ian Charleston and others. The Plot (that there is) The new MacBeth adaptation at the opera in Rome is shaping up to... Read more
Bad Moms Pod-Cast
The Nice Guys(2016): Shane Black keeps kicking ass & taking names

IAB returns from his holiday by taking a look at the funniest movie of the year; Shane Black’s “The Nice Guys”

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Transformers The Movie: A 30th Anniversary RETROspective
“Beyond good. Beyond evil. Beyond your wildest imagination.” When one thinks of Superheroes, Superman, Spiderman, Batman and Wonder Woman are perhaps the first thing that often comes to mind. However, I’m compelled reevaluate this list especially since the definition of a Superhero should not be restricted just to Gods and... Read more
The Killing Jack
At the risk of their sanity, your Saviors of the Universe return to give the final word on the Ghostbusters reboot! We talk Matt Smith Doctor Who rumors, and briefly discuss the sham that was the WWE Mock Draft! We reveal which trailers stood out at this year’s SDCC... Read more