Alien slugs, another loveable Nathan Fillion role, exploding bodies, and zombies. Find out why this cult classic is still a hit all these years later!
Letting go of summer is not that easy for some, but having new creepy shows to watch may just help with the transition. There are of course some perks of entering into a new season, such as, reasons to never leave your couch and the greatest holidays happening but it does feel a bit like we were robbed this year of much needed time with friends and family. With an uncertain future for theatrical releases as Fall approaches, we’re left
In the horror and sci-fi genres a great acting performance can really tip the scale of what makes the movie or series stand the test of time. As spoiled audiences, it isn’t enough anymore to just scare us with a terrifying CGI ghost or a knife-wielding killer; and because of this some of Hollywood’s best are now choosing stranger roles in darker cinema. The most talked-about performances, in any genre, are the roles of actors playing more than one character
Animated movies make up for some of the multi-million dollar blockbusters that rule Hollywood with their bright visuals and “fun for the whole family” appeal. While on the small screen, there is a wide array of animated movies and television shows made for adults that have managed to be superior in comparison to live-action counterparts in the same genre. The world of sci-fi animated features and shows, in particular, is one that has become somewhat of a mixed bag of
Horror is a genre that has a great many fans, and yet alternatively, there are some people who refuse to watch a single movie. Within recent years, horror films have won multiple awards and received notable recognition as a money-making powerhouse which has also had some of the greatest performances by legendary actors in the industry. With all that said, it can sometimes be a futile effort to try and convince a friend, family member, or significant to watch the