Everyone has happiness inside them, they just have to find it. Is this message enough to carry a movie about singing trolls and psychedelic hair? Surprisingly, the movie rocked that message and was incredibly sweet while doing so. [Read more…]
BBC America will be airing this episode on Saturday November 19, along with bonus content featuring interviews with the original cast members, but right now, fans can purchase tickets to see this feature on theatrical screens on Monday November 14, at participating venues in the US.
And as a special bonus, Slice of SciFi fans anywhere in the US now have a chance to win a pair of tickets to see this event! [Read more…]
I cannot believe I’m writing this line but: The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Let’s Do the Time Warp Again is no High School Musical. HSM is Citizen Kane compared to this misguided “homage”. [Read more…]
November boasts the Leonid meteor shower.
This shower is the result of Earth’s annual passage through the dust trails left by Comet Tempel-Tuttle, which returns to the inner solar system every 33 years. [Read more…]
MY FATHER DIE and THE MASTER CLEANSE tied with the most awards, each with four. MY FATHER DIE won Best Picture, Best Director with Sean Brosnan, Best Editing by Jason Eric Perlman and Sean Brosnan, as well as Best Musical Score by Justin Small and Ohad Benchetrit. [Read more…]
When purchasing the Doctor Who Humble Comics Bundle, in addition to furnishing your chosen digital device with an enviable Doctor Who comics library, you’ll also be able to choose to donate any percentage of the Bundle’s retail price to BBC Children In Need, which currently supports over 2,400 projects to help disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. [Read more…]
In this moviegoers’ opinion, this is more of a modern day morality movie, a creature feature more than a horror movie. With that, it is a fascinating concept about how people would deal with actually manifesting their fears and toxins into a living breathing being and would they be able to do away with them when the time came.
This is, in my opinion, a damn fine start to director Bobby Miller’s career and I, for one, am looking forward to seeing what else he comes up with in the future. [Read more…]
DEATHSCRIBE MIAMI will span four glorious nights — showcasing the very best of Deathscribe — a selection of the top tales from the award-winning theater company’s eight-year history! They’ll bring these stories of terror and their whole cabinet of horrors along with them. Each night they will present the top five stories in a best-of showcase run hosted by Artistic Director Josh Zagoren. [Read more…]
This isn’t a perfect show, but it’s made major improvements. Each episode so far has focused on the supernatural first and the very unrealistic L.A.P.D. second. As long as the writers keep us focused on Lucifer and Family and keep the religious storyline going, Lucifer will be a show worth watching. [Read more…]
Smartly marketed as not necessarily having a connection to the 2014 movie Ouija, 2016’s Ouija: Origin of Evil is a surprisingly not bad little horror film. It’s all the more of a surprise considering the poor reputation of the original. [Read more…]
Jackie Zwirn interviews Brian Nagel, producer and cast member of the new indie horror feature Clowntown, about what inspired the movie, and the fears many have of clowns. [Read more…]