Today I’m looking at, what I consider, to be the Top 5 craziest animated scenes. These were chosen to be specifically 2D, from traditionally animated films or live action scenes that contained 2D drawn elements. Sorry to all you 3D or claymation fans, maybe we’ll get to those later.
This is episode 205 of the Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN)! In this episode of AVGN, the Nerd wants nothing more than to play DOOM on his Commodore 64… but first, the Icon of Sin must punish him with every DOOM port… and a few weird things DOOM can run on. Written and Directed by […]
I just love those Spirit Halloween stores, there was nothing like this when I was a kid. Now, every season, they pop up, just kind of appear out of nowhere… like a spirit. Well what if all of the costumes and animatronics inside it came to life? What if you were locked in a Spirit […]
Marvel recently put out a surprise Halloween special Werewolf by Night on Disney Plus. Based off of the classic horror comics, it’s presented in black and white and has the cozy feeling of an old Universal Monster monster movie. I liked it, but was taken aback a little because it wasn’t exactly what I was […]
Today I’m talking about Halloween Ends, the final chapter in the new Halloween trilogy. Directed by David Gordon Green, Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Myers go at it for the last time. So, how does Halloween “END”? Is it the fulfilling conclusion that we needed? Or does it end in the toilet… you don’t wanna […]
Today I want to celebrate Roger Corman, one of those most prolific filmmakers of all time. Few people have made as many films as Roger Corman and when you think low budget exploitation film, he’s the king. So today we honor the king! Director of over 50 movies and producer of more than another 500, […]
This October I’m taking a look at some of the newest horror films that are streaming, rather than just looking at old stuff. Today we’re talking about a YouTuber in a haunted house who’s doing a livestream, except it turns into a Deadstream! It just came out on Shudder, here’s what I thought about it. […]
Every October, it’s a tradition to watch the original John Carpenter’s Halloween, but what about the horror movies the characters are watching in Halloween? It’s a familiar trope, the movie within the movie, something to compliment what’s actually happening in the film. It could be a tribute to the movies the director grew up, but […]