Scream Queens talk about FOX’s “Scream Queens” Hollywood's Indie Scream Queens Celebrate the FOX TV series premiere

Indie Scream Queens

Brooke Lewis gathered with some of her besties and horror hotties for a viewing and after-show commentary of the Scream Queens FOX TV premiere. In conjunction with filming an episode of Penthouse TV’s “Cocktail Confessions”, hosted by famous Penthouse Pet, Sam Phillips, to celebrate the premiere, the ladies filmed a separate segment for all you loyal horror fans!   [Read more…]

“Rocky Horror Picture Show”: 40 Years of Freeing Your Everything Fishnets, platform shoes, makeup, show tunes, aliens and sex; just how much can be squeezed into one film?

Rocky Horror Picture Show

I drove down to a dive theater in another part of town the next weekend, where some of them said the best audience participation would be, but was told that I wasn’t yet old enough to get in to see the show. But standing outside, all on my own, leaning up against my car, and watching the costumed crowd who was old enough to get in was also a show worth seeing that first time.   [Read more…]

How Caitlin Jenner Changed My Mind About “Doctor Who” The Doctor comes to the aid of those in need, and many segments of our community suffer persecution and cruelty

How Caitlin Jenner Changed My Mind About Doctor Who

There has never been any particular reason why the Doctor should regenerate from a white man into a white man. But the idea of the Doctor regenerating into the body of a woman was considered either ridiculous or simply contrary to established continuity. I myself have made the rude and insensitive comment that I “do not want to see the Doctor arbitrarily switch genders like some sort of South American tree frog.”   [Read more…]

Reviewing “Containment” A genuine surprise, in its realistic portrayal of isolation, fear and paranoia when faced with a killer disease


I have never lived in a tower block/apartment building; part of the reasoning behind this is because I always saw them as perfect havens for disease vectors. This movie plays with that concept to a great degree, along with themes about not knowing your neighbors, fear of authority, isolation, and paranoia.   [Read more…]

Reviewing “Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th” A historical compendium full of memories good and bad from the people who created the films

Crystal Lake Memories

Inspired by the critically-acclaimed book, CRYSTAL LAKE MEMORIES: THE COMPLETE HISTORY OF FRIDAY THE 13TH takes viewers behind the mask on an epic journey into the making of the landmark horror franchise-from its humble beginnings in 1980 at a New Jersey summer camp to the blockbuster release of its 2009 “reboot.”   [Read more…]

River Song Returns for 2015 “Doctor Who” Christmas Special The Professor meets the new incarnation of her husband for the first time

Alex Kingston as River Song

Alex Kingston returns to Cardiff to reclaim her role as Professor River Song for the highly anticipated 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, premiering on Christmas Day on BBC AMERICA.

It’s Christmas Day in the future and the TARDIS is parked on a snowy village street, covered in icicles, awaiting its next adventure. Time traveller River Song meets her husband’s new incarnation, in the form of Peter Capaldi, for the first time this Christmas.   [Read more…]

Syfy Adds “Killjoys”, “Dark Matter” Renewals to Impressive 2016 Schedule Both shows surprise, entertain, and will be coming back for more

Killjoys, Dark Matter

Syfy announced today that Killjoys has been renewed for a 10-episode second season, and that Dark Matters has been renewed for a 13-episode second season. The renewals add to a Syfy lineup that already includes high profile programs like The Magicians, The Expanse, Hyperion, Incorporated, and more.   [Read more…]

Reviewing “Northmen: A Viking Saga A fun action-adventure saga only slightly derailed by historical and plot-related goofs

Northmen: A Viking Saga

Northmen – A Viking Saga is the Viking version of Braveheart. While there are some historical inaccuracies, and a couple of all-too-convenient plot issues, this is a super fun movie filled with gory battles, beautiful scenery and a couple of epic performances. I was highly entertained.   [Read more…]

Reviewing “Dark Was the Night” An entertaining creature feature that embraces the appeal of old school monster movie suspense

Dark Was The Night

DARK WAS THE NIGHT is a deliciously dark yet heartfelt monster movie, one that relies on character drama first and ratchets up the suspense with that old-fashioned method of teasing out a wonderfully balanced mix of dread and eager anticipation. Small New England town, big woods with a deep, dark history pre-dating colonial times, protagonists struggling with their own real-world fears trying to put a real-world face on a threat they can’t fully comprehend — this is the way monster movies are supposed to be made.   [Read more…]