Creative Comparison: Pretzel Jack and Topsy & Bopsy

The big screen may be home to some of the most legendary monsters to ever grace the horror genre, but recently, entries from filmmakers on streaming services programs have been staking their own claim among the iconic figures as being just as terrifying. The bubbling world of small-screen terror has enabled new nightmares to reach audiences across the globe, while doing so it has introduced inventive original takes on skin-crawling monsters and creepy creatures that can make even die-hard horror

A Short Summer list of Satanic Stunners

Horror is often rich with its connection to the unholy monsters and demonic evils, and dedicated fans know all the ins and outs when their heroes end up battling hellacious entities. To shock audiences with anything involving demons (or even Satan himself) is rarely done within the modern era, so the twisting of common tropes by daring filmmakers has to lead to adventurous explorations into darker lore. Annually, horror fans are usually handed a stand out possession film that follows

Alternative Superhero Shows returning for Second Seasons

While Marvel and DC have duked it out in theaters over the years for the battle of superhero supremacy, the small screen has had a cult fight between some very different shows based on graphic novels and comics. Modern television is somewhat a DC dominant field, with a number of Greg Berlanti series on the CW and others on Warner Bros’ new streaming service HBO Max; but over the years, some other indie comics have managed to breakthrough with varying