‘Bot vs ‘Bot! ROBOT WARS Comes to Blu-ray 12/15 — Horror Society

From director Albert Band (I BURY THE LIVING, DOCTOR MORDRID) comes ROBOT WARS, Full Moon’s sister film follow-up to 1989’s cult hit ROBOT JOX. In a gas-ravaged future Hell, the United States is divided into two opposing blocs, the North Hemi and the Eastern Alliance and targeting them both are roving bands of pirates known as the Centros. While…

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Searchlight: John Carpenter — This Is Horror

He does not need an introduction. John Carpenter is one of the Masters of Horror. A maverick, visionary, and extremely influential, Carpenter’s work taps into the visceral, primal fears we all know too well, driving our nightmares with iconic imagery and pulse-pounding suspense, with his tongue firmly in cheek for a lot of it. He’s…

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Star Trek Discovery renewed for season 2 — Sci-Fi Bulletin: Exploring the Universes of SF, Fantasy & Horror!

CBS All Access has renewed the latest Star Trek TV series for a second season. “In just six episodes, Star Trek: Discovery has driven subscriber growth, critical acclaim and huge global fan interest for the first premium version of this great franchise,” Marc DeBevoise, president and chief operating officer at CBS Interactive explained. “This series […]

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The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Horror Comics: A Basic History — Outright Geekery

In the Beginning Depending on who you ask, the answer may vary on the origin of horror comics. Mike Howlett, a horror comics history scholar, would tell you to look back to December 1940 for the comic based on Mary… The post The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Horror Comics: A Basic History appeared first…

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Preview: Doctor Who: The Lost Dimension Special #1 — Graphic Policy

DOCTOR WHO: THE LOST DIMENSION SPECIAL #1 ​ W​riters:​ Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby ​Artists:​ Wellington Diaz, Ivan Rodriguez ​Cover A: Mariano Laclaustra Cover B: Photo​ ​FC – 36pp – $4.99 – On sale: October 11 ​ OVERSIZED EXCITEMENT FROM DEEP WITHIN THE DOCTOR WHO EVENT! ALL-NEW STORIES FEATURING: • THE FOURTH DOCTOR! • RIVER SONG!…

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Review – Amityville: The Awakening — Horror Society

Finally, after a two and a half year long delay, the 18th entry in the Amityville Horror series is available to view for free on Google Play. While a limited theatrical release is scheduled in two weeks followed by the DVD launch, I have waited so long for this movie and I’m proud that I…

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On Philip K. Dick’s novel A Maze of Death — Biblioklept

I finished Philip K. Dick’s 1970 novel A Maze of Death this afternoon. The end made me tear up a little, unexpectedly. It’s a sad end, profoundly sad in some ways, and the unexpectedness of the sadness, is, like, particularly sad. Sad because I didn’t quite expect (hence that adverb unexpectedly) Dick to stick any kind of ending, what, after […]

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Interview with Jeff Noon — Geek Syndicate

Jeff Noon is perhaps best known for his award winning novel Vurt (1993). His latest, A Man of Shadows sees a return to the traditional novel format after a series of experiments in fiction. Jeff kindly agreed to answer a few questions via email about his new book, his writing processes and the future. GS: Your latest…

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Blade Runner 2049 Takes First Place at the Weekend Box Office — Graphic Policy

When does coming in first still mean you’ve failed? When it comes to the movie box office, that’s when. Blade Runner 2049 won the weekend box office bringing in an estimated $31.5 million. Expectations had the film opening somewhere between $41-$55 million. Those expectations seem to forget that the original film was considered a failure…

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In Anticipation of Blade Runner 2049 — Deep Dark Space

I was pretty skeptical about a sequel to the Ridley Scott 1982 masterpiece Blade Runner. First off, I wasn’t sure I wanted sequel. I mean, after so many years, would it be possible to capture the magic of the original film. The look and atmosphere is indelibly etched into my soul after so many viewings. […]

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