That's right folks, our favorite tutu-wearing crime splatterer is coming back to the silver screen! Below is every single detail that is known so far about the Toxic Avenger reboot - and a little history on the franchise itself to boot. We'll keep this article
The best throwback to the classic experimental films of the 1970s and set during the mid-80’s, JOKER is one of the best film experiences I’ve ever had. If you don’t believe me, you can backtrack to my in-depth review of the film right here on
What is the butterfly effect? Well apparently it doesn’t matter now because we’ve killed them all and the bees are next, something to do with plastic straws and cars.
Scientists claim that we’re currently doing a reasonable job at a mass extinction but not nearly as
Happy belated New Year synth fans, and welcome to the year of the Blade Runner.
Much like poor ol’ Roy Batty, we don’t always get what we want in life. Then again he did live in a world of deep poetic melancholy, sex androids and
Some concept cars are a bit like the items for sale on Chinese wholesale mega sites. In the photo you see a sleek, well designed garment or gadget. It looks like a world beater but upon arrival, it turns out it couldn’t beat and egg.
Now this list took some time to put together, simply becauseof a lot of throwback movies and series, or sequels, this year sucked; … asmuch as a thirst mosquito in a blood bank. It was a difficult process of elimination that was plagued with second
This past week marked the anniversaries of two classic animated films. The first being the R rated cult film HEAVY METAL based on the adult graphic magazine of the same title or originally titled Metal Hurlant in France.
The Rise of the Synths is a documentary about the synthwave genre, community, and aesthetic. You can watch the trailer and contribute to the Kickstarter here. The entire project looks incredible, with so many talented and important people from within the scene attached to it, and I
I was watching the first Terminator movie on cable television for the one-ba’jillionth time this morning. It never gets old; it only gets better with age. Little tiny quirks and nuances make each viewing fresh and new to me… call me nostalgic.
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro.
The Elephant Man premiered to tremendous success, both critically and commercially. As far as David Lynch films go,
The man who made it dangerous to go to sleep, go in the swamp, go to Haiti, go into the desert and go into strange people’s houses passed away recently. This sendoff is a week late but, I’m sure the
Many of John Carpenter’s films have common threads that stitch them gently together. For instance, the majority of the visuals (camerawork, exposures, etc.) create a mood that is not only nightmarishly dark but also thrown into stark, bold contrast. It creates the effect of a