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Blood Drive S1E1: The F…. Cop or That Thing Got a Hemi?

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Carnage, Mayhem, Fast Cars, Sex, Ultra-Violence and Severed Limbs! At the intersection we find ourselves at Blood Drive – the new Midnight Grindhouse series on SyFy depicting a Rat-Race meets Death Race 2000 style event(sans 2001 Mr. Bean) in a dystonia future with a fun twist: the cars run on HUMAN BLOOD! It’s campy, it’s schtick-filled and most importantly – …

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Theater Thrillers: June 9, 2017

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Theater Thrillers highlights upcoming theatrical releases as picked by the staff at Slackjaw Punks.com! JUNE 9TH, 2017 The Mummy PLOT: Nick Morton is a soldier of fortune who plunders ancient sites for timeless artifacts and sells them to the highest bidder. When Nick and his partner come under attack in the Middle East, the ensuing battle accidentally unearths Ahmanet, a …

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Silicon Valley S4E4: Teambuilding Exercise

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  “Chordle My Balls.” Are there three words, when delicately crafted in sequence, send a more seismic tremor of laughter down your spine? If you’ve been a fan of Mike Judge’s Silicon Valley, you already knew this phrase and like me, were probably elated to see its return on this week’s episode, Teambuilding Exercise. So, this week we witnessed Richard …

MOVIE REVIEW: The Dark Tapes

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Wow….. After watching The Dark Tapes, I probably won’t be sleeping well anytime soon. The film combines the popular anthology format while incorporating found-footage elements and divides it into four stories that don’t directly intersect with each other but follow the same theme of  demons and otherworldly beings. The Dark Tapes is co-directed by Michael McQuown who also wrote the …

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COMIC REVIEW: The Dregs #2

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Out on Wednesday March 1st. Nadler and Thompson kick paranoia into high gear with, The Dregs #2, from Black Mask Studios. With the dastardly duo of Lonnie Nadler and Zac Thompson writing the ongoing nightmare that is Arnold’s life. Eric Zawadzki (Headspace) and Dee Cunniffe (Revival) continue to supply the art for the series. With Arnold having just OD’d and been …

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COMICS REVIEW: Quantum Teens Are Go #1

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In case you missed it, out this week from Black Mask Studios is Quantum Teens Are Go! From the writer Magdalene Visaggio (Kim & Kim) and illustrated by Eryk Donovan (Constantine, Memetic).  Colorist Claudia Aguirre joins Visaggio again (Kim & Kim) in their second Black Mask series. This one stars two teens who love science, danger, and stealing experimental quantum …

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COMIC REVIEW: Black #4

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Out today is Black #4 from Black Mask Studios, written by Kwanza Osajyefo with designs by Tim Smith 3 (Deadpool: Too Soon?). Illustrated by Jamal Igle (Firestorm) plus a slew others contributing to the art. Publisher Matt Pizzolo (Young Terrorists) keeps Black Mask right on track with another series that taps into current social issues. Our story continue’s, with Kareem …

Press Release: Image Comics Presents : Mayday

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MAYDAY FLIES INTO ACTION A thrilling new series that won’t let you down Critically-acclaimed writer Alex de Campi (NO MERCY, Grindhouse) teams up with artist Tony Parker (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, This Damned Band) and colorist Blond (Red Hood and the Outlaws, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?) for the Cold War thriller MAYDAY, an all-new series launching this November from Image …

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Valiant tells the story of the worlds first Detective in: Britannia

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Before Batman, before Dick Tracey, heck even before Sherlock! There stood one man in Britannia, Antonius Axia…the worlds very first detective. Legendary writer Peter Milligan and all star artists Juan Jose Ryp and Raul Allen brings to life this BRAND NEW exciting character in a story of horror, bloodshed and temptation! SlackJawPunks has been graced with an exclusive look at a …

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Drunken Monkey Movie Review – Scream, Pretty Peggy (1973)

In Movies, Neato, Random Rants, Rated, REVIEW, Reviews, Uncategorized by Peggy0 Comments

While scrolling through the YouTubes to find some cult horror films, I came across this little gem. Apparently it was a made for TV movie so don’t expect a lot of gore or foul language or, as it turns out, originality. But the title alone… How could I NOT review this? Huh? Amitrite? Hello, McFly? (cool logo over there on …

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Movie Review: The Infiltrator

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To write any script or book involving cocaine in the ‘80s and fail to mention the name Pablo Escobar would be sheer ignorance. Anyone with even a peripheral interest in the crime-drama genre should be vaguely familiar with the notorious Colombian drug lord; hell, anyone with HBO in the last fifteen years saw Adrian Grenier don a fake gut and …

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Squarriors Vol. 2: Summer #1

In Comic Books, Uncategorized by Regan Lorie1 Comment

As human beings, our rationality is driven by a number of things: personal desires and beliefs, our expectations of those around us, ethics, religion. However idiosyncratic these factors may be, any threat to them leads to conflict, which of course manifests itself in various degrees of severity, including all-out war. Apply this ability to rationalize to a bunch of wild …

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Comic Book Review: Green Arrow Rebirth #1

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DC Comics, Benjamin Percy, Otto Schmidt, 32 pages All right, you know the drill…we are continuing on our crusade with Rebirth with an exciting installment of Green Arrow! He is also back with his signature goatee! But how is it? So apparently someone is auctioning off homeless people, that’s how we will start this review. We get a glimpse of …

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Con Review: I Terrorized C2E2 2016!

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Look, if you hadn’t noticed we’ve been talking about attending some convention called C2E2, I wasn’t really sure what that con was. Now that my sarcasm is out of the way, c2E2 was AWESOME! GingerBats!, myself and Piper went and…well…     C2E2 started off with everybody arriving in Chicago around 10pm, we arrived at the hotel and we all …

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PODCAST #150: Director Of Silent Retreat Tricia Lee

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In this episode director of Silent Retreat, Tricia Lee calls in! Tricia gives us the run down on making horror flicks, being Canadian and filming amazing gore scenes! Silent Retreat is available on VOD/DVD everywhere and on iTunes in Canada! Bub and Jay also review the stop motion comedy Hell & Back, discuss impossible tasks that movies make look easy …

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Press Release: Image Comics Presents-CHEW-Demon Chicken-Poyo!

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DEMON CHICKEN POYO ACHIEVES A BRUTAL FINALE New York Times bestselling creative team John Layman and Rob Guillory will unleash the final one-shot chronicling the action-packed exploits of the beloved homicidal cybernetic kung-fu rooster this April. Poyo, the secret agent; Poyo, the warrior chicken—and now: Poyo, the demon chicken. The final episode of the groundbreaking and historic Poyo trilogy: DEMON CHICKEN POYO. …

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Comic Book Review: Deer Editor #1

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Comix Tribe, Writer: Ryan Lindsay, Artist: Sami Kivela All right yes, MAYBE I do want to support this series since I’m a sucker for noir and unique things, Ryan Lindsay has been a very awesome alley in promoting this Comix Tribe Book known as Deer Editor. Deer Editor opens up like any normal day in the office, Bucky the Journalistic …

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Comic Character Review: Lucifer

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Hey guys..remember when I did these last year and they seemed to go over well? No? Well, I used to do Comic Book Character Reviews out of boredom and eventually quit, but since it’s the new year I’m back with giving my opinion various comic book characters! What? You don’t care? Well maybe you’ll care when I review Lucifer! Note: …

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Press Release: ComixTribe Chum #1 Hits Stores This April!

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ComixTribe announced its solicitations for the February 2016 PREVIEWS, which include the much anticipated new surf noir mini-series CHUM #1! So get this, ComixTribe are some great people, and they are releasing this spiffy new noir mini series…it’s about Sharks and Surfing and…probably some other stuff, here’s the synopsis!: Summer Stanwyck is trapped. She tends bar on the island she grew up on, the …

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Press Release: Image Comics Presents Tokyo Ghost Volume #1

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If you love Tokyo Ghost, then you will love this.   TOKYO GHOST, VOLUME 1: ATOMIC GARDEN SHOOTS UP OUR TECH-ADDICTIONS  The first story arc in the dystopian adventure is collected into trade paperback     “Tokyo Ghost is for fans of hard and fast action, harder and faster dialogue, and heart-stopping moments of insanity.”—Comicosity     Bestselling writer RICK REMENDER (BLACK …

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Comic Book Review: Jim Henson’s The Storyteller – Dragons #1 Son of the Serpent

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ARCHAIA and BOOM! STUDIOS Daniel Bayliss Fabian Rangel Jr. Length: 22p Son of the Serpent is inspired by stories about the Horned Snake and the Thunderbird, two legendary creatures in Native American tradition. While out on a fishing trip, a father and son are attacked by a Horned Snake. Thunderbirds chase the monster away, but the son is thrown into …

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10 Twisted Kisses

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After running some errands the other day and witnessing all the red and pink and heart and lace and love and invasive décor reminding us all we only have just under a month left to buy more meaningless crap for our significant others so they’ll know HOW MUCH WE LOVE THEM OH GODS DON’T LEAVE ME FOR JERRY IN THE …

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The Legend of Wasco Hits VOD December 15th!

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Press Release: Viva Pictures (Exeter, Ouija Experiment), is partnering with Forbidden Films, (found., Harvest Lake) to bring to life the ‘true’ dark story behind the Wasco Clown sightings. THE LEGEND OF WASCO takes a macabre look at the power of social media, modern urban legends, and how they collide with dangerous, supernatural results. THE LEGEND OF WASCO is produced by …

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Comic Book Review: Judas Breed #1

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Hey everyone, so at Taylor Comic Con this weekend I was screamed and yelled at by the table next to me, to review a comic that has the name of Judas Breed…why? Because! Anyway, Master Plot Comics gave me two comics…Judas Breed and then another one I’ll be reviewing later. So lets take a look at Judas Breed #1! I’ve …

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Interview: Marguerite Sauvage-DC Bombshells, 1602: Witch Hunter Angela!

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Before heading into the first Comique-Con panel, I sat down to chat (and laugh!) with charming and talented illustrator Marguerite Sauvage (DC Comics Bombshells, 1602: Witch Hunter Angela) to discuss upcoming projects, the comics industry, and what inspires her heart—er, her ART. You are a multitalented artist with many different creative irons in the fire. Is visual art your favorite …

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Comics R Kewel Ep. 7: The Dork Awakens (Feat. Scott Adsit)

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We are early with this episode of Comics R Kewel! Probably because Bub edited it and demanded we get it out since we talk about our experiences at Youmacon! Plus we talk about obscure characters coming into the light now days and also feature a actor playing an obscure character: .Scott Adsit the voice of Baymax from Big Hero 6! …

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Youmacon 2015: A Con Review

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Hello Ladies and Gentleman! At the latest we bring you a wonderful review of a convention that we went to this year, just a little anime convention known as Youmacon! Instead of doing just one review we will be doing 5 different reviews from myself, Bob, Piper, Frank and a co-hort Milena with our experiences during the convention, was it …

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Comic Book Review: Sherlock: The Seven Per-cent Solution #1

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Sherlock Holmes has been a staple in crime fiction since the 1800’s, physician and author Sir Conan Doyle, brought the character to life in 1887 with the very first novel A Study In Scarlet and the–what? You’re telling me that I’m not teaching a literature class, but I’m reviewing a comic book of Sherlock Holmes? Well…alright then. We open up …

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Comic Book Gem: Chew #1

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Why haven’t I talked about this book!? We even interviewed John Layman! The writer of this wonderful wonderful book. Comics R Kewel will be returning in just a few weeks, we’ve been on a hiatus due to vacations and other mishaps…also Bub had a whip. Chew is set in a world where the FDA is the most powerful force in …

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Trailer: Queen of the Earth

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This va-ca looks heavy, but if Elisabeth Moss is there down, crazy & all…what do you guys think? From IFC: Opening in theaters and VOD August 26th. Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Katherine Waterston, Patrick Fugit, & Kate Lyn Sheil Elisabeth Moss delivers a fearless performance in this tour-de-force portrait of psychological breakdown. In her second collaboration with acclaimed director Alex Ross …

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Review: HBO’s THE LION’S MOUTH OPENS

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Duff here…  Rarely we here at SJP’s are asked to take a look at a documentary, but when we are it reminds us the wait is well worth it.  Honestly, personally I may view more documentaries than any other film genre, or close to it anyways.  The Lion’s Mouth Opens, directed by Academny Award nominated and Emmy winner Lucy Walker, …

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New Twilight Zone Shirts from Fright-Rags!

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From Fright-Rags: Fright-Rags has traveled through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. Next stop: The Twilight Zone! Rod Serling’s classic anthology series remains one of the most influential television shows of all time. Enter the Twilight Zone with shirts based on four of the show’s most memorable episodes: Time Enough at Last (designed …

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EX MACHINA, NEW TRAILER!

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From A24: EX MACHINA EXPANDS NATIONWIDE THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 24TH Written and Directed by Alex Garland Starring Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, and Alicia Vikander Alex Garland, writer of 28 Days Later and Sunshine, makes his directorial debut with the stylish and cerebral thriller, EX MACHINA. Caleb Smith (Domhnall Gleeson), a programmer at an internet-search giant, wins a competition to spend …

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Comic Character Review: Daredevil

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Hello! Welcome to a new segment that I like to call “I still have a job writing on here so I’m making a new segment I’d like to call!:” Comic Character Review. Basically it’s where I sit down and investigate if a certain hero is actually credible to fighting crime…I’m reviewing the character not the COMIC. So all cannon is …