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Dismember Me?! – First Horror Movie?

Dismember Me?! Which movie was the first Horror Movie? By Dr. Joel Lopez Let us start from the beginning. There had to be the first, the revolutionary, the one that changed history. A movie that embraced what literature had given us for centuries, stories. Not just stories, tales of horror, of the hunted,

Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Demystification

Hold On To Your Lightsabers This article may contain spoilers. Star Wars, as a legacy, has a solid idea. It brings good against evil, in a series of epic battles. The two sides exist in an endless war. The Star War’s universe of movies represents great technological strides in cinema. In

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Destiny Fulfilled Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review By Chris Sawin - We have had a Star Wars film every year since 2015 and with every year that passes another part of the already dwindling fan in me dies a bit more upon each film’s release. While it’s nowhere near as bad

Star Wars: The Last Jedi and the Finish

A New Galaxy Landlines and pay phones, made way for cellular phones. Cellular phones fell back into the shadow of smart phones. Star Wars: The Last Jedi will hit theaters, worldwide, on December 15, 2017. The movie’s approach is not a bad thing, but it is a different movie experience for

Death Race 2050


Death Race 2050 Fans of the original 1970's Death Race 2000 will love this movie.  Death Race 2050 is set in a quasi-post Apocolpytic America.  The United States of America has become The United Corporations of America, and the rest of the movie is Orwellian too.   Malcolm McDowell sets the tone

HorrorHound Bring Scares and Screams to Sharonville

The weekend of March 17-19, the Sharonville Convention Center, in Sharonville, Ohio hosted the area’s first weekend horror gathering of 2017. Mother nature was in a mood Friday afternoon as the horde of bleeding beauty’s, monsters, cosplay characters, creatures and fans waited for the doors to open for the bi-annual