More golden age goodness!
Trade Review – The Strain Volumes 1-2
Dark Horse Comics has had a pretty strong horror line for some time now even though once in awhile they don’t put out as many books, but when they do, we get […]
Noir Posters 1
Love film noir. Here are some posters for your enjoyment.
Trade Review – Locke and Key Volume 5: Clockworks
Volume 5 of Locke and Key entitled Clockworks is another fantastic entry into the long running series of mini-series detailing the lives of the Locke family and the demon trying to escape […]
Pulptastic! – Sci-Fi Pulps!
Love this stuff. These are the kinds of images that spurred my imagination when I was young, and still does. Check out some of these cool covers!
Movie Review – The Pleasure of His Company (1961)
Fred Astaire stars in The Pleasure of His Company as an absentee father who comes home for his daughter’s wedding. Absentee is probably a generous word as he had been absent for […]
Trade Review – Batman: Jekyll and Hyde
Jekyll and Hyde is your quintessential Two-Face story. The title alone tells you what you are in for. Suffice it to say Two-Face is out to poison all of Gotham and cure […]
T in the Park 2013
T in the Park Festival has just ended for this year. Tons of great bands played again this year. Some are saying it actually turned out better than this years’ Glastonbury. I […]
Movie Review – The Misfits (1961)
The Misfits is another one of those great, dramatic films that everyone loves tied to a real life tragedy. The event in question was the death of star Clark Gable in what […]
Movie Review – The Night of the Iguana (1964)
The Night of the Iguana, based on the Tennessee Williams play, is a 1964 film starring Richard Burton, Ava Gardner and Deborah Kerr. It is a dramatic picture with a real emotional […]