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MOVIE REVIEW: Come Back to Me MOVIE REVIEW: Camp Dread MOVIE REVIEW: Aftermath CROWDFUNDERS UNITE: Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween needs your help! MOVIE REVIEW: Matt’s Chance MOVIE REVIEW: Ragnarok Interview With Director of Coherence James Ward Byrkit MOVIE REVIEW: Patrick Rea Shorts – “Counter Parts” and “The Hourglass Figure” Slack Jaw Punks At MI Paracon!!! Comic Book Review: Dead Canary Comics

MOVIE REVIEW: Come Back to Me

My first thought after researching Come Back to Me was how I didn’t particularly want to watch a film written and directed by a former soap opera star. It just didn’t sound appealing to me. Then I figured, what the

MOVIE REVIEW: Camp Dread

Oh campy (PUN INTENDED DEAL WITH IT) horror flicks, how do I adore thee? Let me scream the ways. Your sexually promiscuous teens thrill me, your unabashedly gory deaths chill me and your Energizer Bunny murderers that just won’t die

MOVIE REVIEW: Aftermath

When I was a kid three things scared the hell out of me: 1) Friday gym class. Coach Fisher always made us run a mile and my pasty chubby ass has asthma! 2) Waking up with out my penis (yeah

CROWDFUNDERS UNITE: Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween needs your help!

In 2009, writer/director/star Dave Campfield unleashed he and actor Paul Chomicki’s alter egos Caesar and Otto in the film Caesar and Otto’s Summer Camp Massacre. It’s a fantastic mix of humor and horror done on a shoestring budget with appearances

MOVIE REVIEW: Matt’s Chance

Matt’s Chance is nothing like you might expect it to be. When you see the cast list, some may turn their noses or laugh it off. I’m here to tell you it would be a disservice to do so. Writer/Director

MOVIE REVIEW: Ragnarok

Hey, did you guys know Norway was a country and shit? *minds around the world explode* I know, right? Well strap on your adventure panties and prepare to dive into the majestic fjord of family fun, Ragnarok, as it follows

Interview With Director of Coherence James Ward Byrkit

Coherence is a movie that really keeps you thinking. It’s a story that as it unfolds you are never really sure just what to expect. Even when I thought I had a grasp on it would throw me a nice

MOVIE REVIEW: Patrick Rea Shorts – “Counter Parts” and “The Hourglass Figure”

In the day and age of YouTube and other forms of viewing online, short films have become almost as important as a feature, especially in helping to shape a director’s technique and to develop a style. The money may not

Slack Jaw Punks At MI Paracon!!!

The existence of Ghost  (as with most paranormal topics) is much debated here at SJP. By debate I mean me yelling at Pat and Jake that ghosts don’t exist and I hate them for thinking differently than me! It is

Comic Book Review: Dead Canary Comics

Dead Canary Comics is an independent comic publisher that has a lot to offer. I recently had a chance to sit down with 4 of what they had to offer and, for the most part, had a hell of a

PODCAST #81: Some Jerk From Boston!!!

PODCAST #81: Some Jerk From Boston!!!

In this episode Slackjawpunks.com (as well as various other websites!) writer Some Jerk From Boston calls in. The Jerk yells about movies, his penis and how the Weinstein brothers can kiss our asses. We also jabber on about luxury seating [...]

July 27, 2014 Podcast
PODCAST #80: Aftermath Star C.J. Thomanson

PODCAST #80: Aftermath Star C.J. Thomanson

In this episode C.J. Thomanson calls into this episode to talk about his latest movie, Aftermath. C.J. gives us the run down on everything from making the film to making the film to wood framed eye wear. The guys also [...]

July 16, 2014 Podcast
PODCAST #79: Disfigured Joggers & Pissed Off Directors

PODCAST #79: Disfigured Joggers & Pissed Off Directors

In this episode Bub fucked up the audio for the interview with James Ward Byrkit, writer/director of Coherence (available on VOD right now!). So check back for a written interview very soon. Besides screwing up interviews with directors, Bub also [...]

July 8, 2014 Podcast
MOVIE REVIEW: Come Back to Me

MOVIE REVIEW: Come Back to Me

My first thought after researching Come Back to Me was how I didn’t particularly want to watch a film written and directed by a former soap opera star. It just didn’t sound appealing to me. Then I figured, what the [...]

July 26, 2014 Movies
MOVIE REVIEW: Camp Dread

MOVIE REVIEW: Camp Dread

Oh campy (PUN INTENDED DEAL WITH IT) horror flicks, how do I adore thee? Let me scream the ways. Your sexually promiscuous teens thrill me, your unabashedly gory deaths chill me and your Energizer Bunny murderers that just won’t die [...]

July 25, 2014 Movies
MOVIE REVIEW: Aftermath

MOVIE REVIEW: Aftermath

When I was a kid three things scared the hell out of me: 1) Friday gym class. Coach Fisher always made us run a mile and my pasty chubby ass has asthma! 2) Waking up with out my penis (yeah [...]

July 22, 2014 Movies
CROWDFUNDERS UNITE: Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween needs your help!

CROWDFUNDERS UNITE: Caesar & Otto’s Paranormal Halloween needs your help!

In 2009, writer/director/star Dave Campfield unleashed he and actor Paul Chomicki’s alter egos Caesar and Otto in the film Caesar and Otto’s Summer Camp Massacre. It’s a fantastic mix of humor and horror done on a shoestring budget with appearances [...]

July 22, 2014 Movies, Uncategorized
MOVIE REVIEW: Matt’s Chance

MOVIE REVIEW: Matt’s Chance

Matt’s Chance is nothing like you might expect it to be. When you see the cast list, some may turn their noses or laugh it off. I’m here to tell you it would be a disservice to do so. Writer/Director [...]

July 22, 2014 Movies
MOVIE REVIEW: Ragnarok

MOVIE REVIEW: Ragnarok

Hey, did you guys know Norway was a country and shit? *minds around the world explode* I know, right? Well strap on your adventure panties and prepare to dive into the majestic fjord of family fun, Ragnarok, as it follows [...]

July 18, 2014 Movies
Interview With Director of Coherence James Ward Byrkit

Interview With Director of Coherence James Ward Byrkit

Coherence is a movie that really keeps you thinking. It’s a story that as it unfolds you are never really sure just what to expect. Even when I thought I had a grasp on it would throw me a nice [...]

July 16, 2014 Movies
MOVIE REVIEW: Patrick Rea Shorts – “Counter Parts” and “The Hourglass Figure”

MOVIE REVIEW: Patrick Rea Shorts – “Counter Parts” and “The Hourglass Figure”

In the day and age of YouTube and other forms of viewing online, short films have become almost as important as a feature, especially in helping to shape a director’s technique and to develop a style. The money may not [...]

July 15, 2014 Movies