Mystery

  • Review – The Normals #4

    Listen, if I woke up one day and found out that I was a damn robot, I’d be pissed. Everything I knew – a lie. Everyone I loved – fabricated. Man, that’s a heavy pill to swallow, and The Normals does a great job at helping it go down. This is...
  • Review – Dig Two Graves (2017)

    Dig Two Graves, starring veteran actor Ted Levine, is an interesting movie. It is unique in that it is really not all that good yet surprisingly watchable at the same time. In an era where maybe too much emphasis is being consistently put on mood instead of storyline, Dig Two Graves is...
  • Review: Pestilence #1-When a plague is not a plague

      Pestilence #1-When a plague is not a plague The Black Plague was a terrible time in history millions of people approximately 75-100 million people died after contracting this deadly disease. But what if everything we know about it was a lie, what if there was another cause for...
  • Review – A Cure For Wellness (2017)

    Truth be told, I have a fondness for horror movies that actually seem quite familiar. I’m not one who is entirely against cliches; crass as it may sound, they are cliches for a reason. And that reason is there is something about them that keeps people coming back to...
  • Taboo Season 1 Review

    Taboo Season 1 Review By Rich Spinello I feel as if I’ve spent more time in the past two months telling people how great Taboo is and how necessary it is for them to be watching it than doing anything else. Jonathan Pryce and Tom Hardy in 1814 London;...
  • Review – Rockstars #1 Puts the Occult Back into Rock

    When I was a small child, I would watch The Song Remains the Same at least once a week. There was a mysticism in it that entranced me and undoubtedly carried over into adolescence. Jimmy Page’s glowing eyes and subtle yet undeniable touches of black magic pulled me in, and now, as...
  • Review – Criminal: The Sinners

    Publisher: Image Comics  Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Sean Phillips Colors: Val Staples Tracy Lawless, the protagonist of the fifth vuolme of Criminal, The Sinners, is a certifiable bad-ass. That’s a given. But even more than being a badass, he has a conscience, which separates him from most other hitmen...
  • The Geeked Gods Interview Zack Kaplan writer of Eclipse

    The Geeked Gods Interview Zack Kaplan about Eclipse Issue #1 out 9/7 via TopCow/Image   We got the chance to chat with Zack Kaplan about his new comic ECLIPSE Issue 1 out 9/7 via Top Cow/Image Comics ECLIPSE Written by Zack Kaplan follow Zack @ZacKaps Art by Giovanni Timpano...