Nick Sweat from Bogeyman’s Tears has been busy working on a short film with Patrick Dey and Charlie McLinden. Check it out here. I love when our local musicians branch out into other creative directions. It’s definitely an interesting short.
A seven hour documentary about the Friday the 13th franchise?? That’s right, it exists. And what’s more, it’s awesome!
Here’s the most recent of the horror movie reviews I’ve done. This movie is one of those that is just SOOOOOOOO horrible that it’s one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen. Netflix this one right away and thank me (or curse me) later! Gobble gobble mother fucker.
This is my least favorite of all of the old reviews that I did. In this one, I was trying WAY too hard to be someone I’m not. See if you can figure out who. I stand by everything I said about it, as I do love this flick! The ending alone makes it one […]
Here’s another old review that I did of my favorite horror movie trilogy of all time. It’s these movies that initiated my man crush on Bruce Campbell. The first Evil Dead is an awesome lesson in low budget film making. The 2nd one is the greatest ever horror comedy, and Army of Darkness is just […]
Here’s an old video I did 5 years ago. I did this one just for fun to showcase my favorite horror movie slasher, Jason Voorhees. I’ve always loved the cheesy Friday the 13th movies. They were a HUGE part of my childhood. I used to tape the tv versions off of USA’s UP All Night […]
Let’s be honest, historically, comic book movies haven’t been very good. It’s hard to translate decades of source material into something that does the character justice while also telling a new story that people unfamiliar with the canon can still enjoy. Superman 4, Batman and Robin, Ghost Rider, Catwoman, Green Lantern, yeah…they all suck. Some of them suck in good ways (Superman 4), but in most cases, they just flat out blow. Continue for more…
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As you can see from the fancy background image, MLW is changing. While we’ll still focus on the South Carolina music scene, we’re branching out to include basically anything we want to talk about! We’re doing this for two main reasons. Click to continue reading…