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Interview: Dee Wallace

I really enjoyed my interview with Dee Wallace, minions. She was sweet, funny, and full of stories that I could have listened to her tell all day.  I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I did doing it.
The woman who says you can have it all. The incomparable actress, author and motivational speaker, Dee Wallace. Make sure to visit her site, it's truly inspirational.
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Blood, Babes, and Beasties : Zombeavers

1hr  17 min. Released 20 March 2015

Zombeavers is a fun and cheesy watch that's full of blood, mostly naked, over-sexed babes, and plenty of beasties in the form of zombie beavers. (That's actual, water-dwelling critters - not the metaphorical kind.) If you're into old school '80s horror camp with surprisingly good production values, as well as some cleverly written cheese, this one's for you.

Zombeavers was directed by Jordan Rubin; written by Al Kaplan, Jon Kaplan, and Jordan Rubin; and stars Rachel Melvin, Cortney Palm, Lexi Atkins, Hutch Dano, Jake Weary, Peter Gilroy, Rex Linn, Brent Briscoe, Phyllis Katz, Bill Burr, and John Mayer.

Once you've seen it, you'll want a sequel with even more beavers -  zombie beavers that is.

The A to Zed Of Things: A is for A Nightmare On Elm Street

Created by Wes Craven in 1984, A Nightmare On Elm Street is not only considered a quintessential watch by horror fans worldwide, it also stars one of the most recognizable bad guys in the genre: Freddy Kruger. If his visage didn't instantly pop into your head, my acrid acolytes, you must've been living in a cave since the seventies!

There are nine movies in the franchise, including a crossover with Friday the 13th and a re-boot of the original in 2010. There are rumours that New Line Cinema will be doing another re-boot for 2019, but no official statement has been released.

A Nightmare On Elm Street franchise doesn't just end with movies, however. There are comics, its own series of novels, appearances in compilations, and short stories. The character of Freddy Kruger has become so popular, in fact, that it spawned a short-lived television series staring Robert Englund as Freddy himself, aptly named Freddy's Nightmares. It had 44 episodes and ran from 1988 to 1990.


Tiny Tidbits and Juicy Morsels: Terminator, IT 2, Captain Marvel

Tiny Tidbits and Juicy Morsels is a new series of, well, tiny bits of juicy news and gossip.

This news series is for those of us who just don't like, care enough, or want to read a whole article on the ins and outs, whats and wheres, or whos and whys of entertainment news. Who's got the time to consume all that anyway?!

The news from the crypt :

James Cameron is back, minions, to give us another Terminator movie. He's teamed up with Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media. Cameron - as well as Tim Miller, David Ellison, Gale Anne Hurd - created the new story, with screenplay written by Billy Ray, David S. Goyer, Josh Friedman, Justin Rhodes.

Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back, and the movie will feature Gabriel Luna from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D as the new terminator. Additional cast includes Mackenzie Davis and Diego Boneta. Their roles are unknown to the public at this point.

Paramount Pictures has set a release date for 22 November 2019.

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Movie Review: Ravenous

The IMDB description of Ravenous (the English name for the Canadian filmLes Affam├ęsreads:

"In a small, remote village in upstate Quebec, things have changed. Locals are not the same anymore - their bodies are breaking down and they have turned against their loved ones. A handful of survivors goes hiding into the woods, looking for others like them."

So, one more movie I almost didn't watch because its description is so boring.

But don't let the description fool you, minions. Although Ravenous is not your typical high-energy, ripping guts out, characters more concerned about having sex than surviving film, it is totally worth the watch if you love end of the world-type movies.

Ravenous is a bit of a slow burn, and feels like every scene is painstakingly deliberate in it's delivery, but in a good way. Getting through the first five to seven minutes is a bit tough, but well worth it.

The zombies are not your typical zombies. They don't particularly look like zom…

Movie Review: The Bye Bye Man

Recently, my malevolent malcontents, I've had the pleasure of watching a few movies that not only disturbed me, but also infected my dreams with their malicious splendor. The Bye Bye Man (I hate to even write the title for fear of summoning him!) is one of them.

Feeding into my phobia of the utterance of a name multiple times and viral propagation of said evil deed, this movie delivers that super-creepy unease you get when you know something is going terribly wrong, and you're certain it's not going to stop until the whole world is infected. The Bye Bye Man is a film in the same vein as The Ring and Pulse, with a dose of the Bloody Mary urban legend, and a bit of Candy Man thrown in for good measure.

The Bye Bye Man was directed by Stacy Title and written by Jonathan Penner. It was based on the chapter "The Bridge to Body Island" from the book The President's Vampire by Robert Damon Schneck. It stars Douglas Smith as Elliot, Lucien Laviscount as John, Cressida…

Movie Review: The Void

I almost didn't watch The Void. my minions. I've been reviewing way too much horror and not showing enough love to the other genres I should be covering. But when I heard it was a Lovecraft-style story, I couldn't resist. (I have a weak spot for anything Lovecraftian, you see.)

The Void was a good, old-fashioned, in your face, blood-drenched horror movie that proved that physical effects are still just as good as CGI if done properly. And boy - did their special effects people get it right! The special effects in The Void were very cool throughout. (I'm not going to tell you why because it would spoil your twisted fun!)

The story was interesting without being too convoluted, making the film an entertaining watch.  I kept yelling at the characters, asking why they were doing such stupid things. This just goes to show that The Void had me completely engaged not only with the story but also with the characters. (Even though I wanted to bitch slap every one of them by the e…