M. Night Shyamalan

The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of M. Night Shyamalan

M. Night Shyamalan is the poster child for interesting careers. Once poised to become the next legendary filmmaker, the writer/director eventually found himself in...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Heisei era

If you haven't had a chance to read our brief rundown of the original Showa era of Godzilla films then please read part one...

First 25 Monsters of Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger/Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers

The internet is having itself quite the fuss over the new Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers movie due out later this year. Fans are arguing...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Millennium Films

Part one of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. Part two of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. After TriStar had tried their...
Gene Wilder

Willy Wonka & the Legendary Performance of Gene Wilder

For most of my life, writing has come naturally to me. I consider myself lucky to be able to manifest thoughts and feelings onto...
Bad Movies

Editorial: Why I Love Awesomely Bad Movies

I was maybe 12 years old the first time I ever saw my first low budget sci-fi movie. I don't remember much about it...
David Harbour

David Harbour’s Performance as Chief Hopper Will Stand the Test of Time

Rare are those performances that stay with us long after a film or a show have run their collective course, but with just days...

Happy Birthday, Robin Williams! 10 of His Most Beloved Movies

"Please, don't worry so much. Because in the end, none of us have very long on this Earth. Life is fleeting. And if you're...

The 7 Best August 2016 Films

We previewed what's to come this month in September already, now my new trend of monthly movie articles continues in our recap of the...
Crocodile Hunter

Remembering Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter, 10 Years Later

When the world was first introduced to Australian native Stephen Robert "Steve" Irwin back in 1996 on his Animal Planet show Crocodile Hunter, audiences couldn't help but love...
anton yelchin

Anton Yelchin: HorrorGeekLife Pays Tribute

On June 19, 2016, the world lost not only a beautiful person but an amazing actor. Anton Yelchin was only 27 years old when...

More Than a Movie: Rocky (1976) Turns 40! (Editorial)

I could present a sturdy argument that John G. Avildsen's Rocky is the greatest movie ever made. From the direction, to the script and...
Carrie Fisher

HorrorGeekLife Pays Tribute to the Late, Great Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher was born in Beverly Hills, California on October 21, 1956 into Hollywood royalty, her parents being Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. As a...

5 Reasons Why The Suicide Squad Movie May Suck

Let me be frank at the commencement. I am not a keyboard warrior. I do not feel, nor have I ever felt the need,...
MAGFest

MAGFest 2017: Killer Indie Games and Geeky Music

This past weekend, I headed to the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Maryland, Virginia to see what MAGFest (Music and Gaming Festival)...

Jared Padalecki: A Badass on the Screen, but a Hero in Real Life

I've been wanting to write this article for a while, but it's not always easy to put into words how truly amazing you think...

Remembering the Magic of Kevin Peter Hall

Long before Andy Serkis mastered the art of motion capture, another performer thrived in the shadows. More than one of the men behind the...

John Cage to Vaporwave: Overview of Contemporary Experimental Music

There are different qualities and prerequisites for different people, allowing themselves to enjoy different kinds of music. Some people just need a good beat,...

The Iron Giant (1999) is a Powerful Animated Masterpiece

I was recently irked by the suggestion that The Iron Giant, Brad Bird’s beloved Cold War fable, was not a “deep” film. Sigh. Being...

Captain America’s Face-Heel Turn

Captain America? You did Nazi that coming. Last week Marvel released Captain America: Steve Rogers #1. The first issue of the All New, All Different...