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Interview: Michael Jai White

In Interviews, Uncategorized by Beyond The Geek0 Comments

Duff here…a while back I had the chance to chat with Black Dynamite himself, Michael Jai White. First of, I love what this guy does on screen. If he would’ve been in films in the action hey day of the 80’s he’d be just as big as Stallone or Arnold. But he wan’t, luckily for us he’s slowly brining back …

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Pierogies and Beer With Three Corpse Circus Festival Director Christopher Anderson

In Interviews, Movies, Random Rants by Bub Smith0 Comments

Michigan is home to only two major film festivals: Ann Arbor Film Festival and Cinetopia International Film Festival. If you are a regular visitor to this site (or sites like ours) you probably have no idea about these festivals. I don’t mean that in a cool hipster “I was into them before they were popular” way. It’s just the two …

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SJFB’s Misadventures at Walker Stalker Con (Pt.1)

In Interviews, TV by Some Jerk From Boston0 Comments

On June 13th – 15th, Boston fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead got a hell of a treat when Walker Stalker Con came to the area. You may be asking yourself, “this was, like, almost two months ago, why the fuck is he talking about it now?!?” The answer is simple. Walker-Stalker Con is an ongoing convention that you can still …

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INTERVIEW: Camp Dread’s Felissa Rose

In Interviews, Movies, Random Rants by Bub Smith0 Comments

When it comes to the long list of scream queens Felissa Rose sits at the top. After a turn as a transgender pre-teen killer it Sleep Away Camp, Mrs. Rose had secured her self as horror royalty. Since then she has done a laundry list of horror films and stayed busy. Camp Dread (starring Eric Roberts and Danielle Harris, Available …

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Motor City Nightmares: Interview: Fear the Crooked Corpse’s Aaron Russman and Rick Dethlefsen

In Interviews, Movies, Random Rants by Jake Riley1 Comment

When you become a vendor at any convention it’s a gamble. I don’t mean how well your product sells, but on who your booth mates might be. It’s 72 long (sometimes more!) hours and nothing is worse than getting stuck to a couple of gassy, weird sandwich eating, crackpots! Fortunate for us we got plopped down right next to Fear …