The good folks at How It Should Have Ended have become experts at shoring up gaping plot holes in popular movies, in their very own entertaining animated style. In this episode, they have Spider-Man: Homecoming in their cross-hairs and, even though I loved this movie, even I must admit a few details didn’t make much sense. Enjoy.
It’s the horror battle for the ages : Jason Voorhees vs Freddy Krueger, in glorious 8-bit figures by Funko (I’m definitely going to need a bigger Xmas stocking this year).
I’m always looking for interesting and entertaining content to listen to during my long commute to work or while doing household shores (which seem to increase in number every year). So I was very happy to find THE BOX, a spooky podcast (appropriately themed for the season) featuring an inquisitive narrator who investigates bizarre journal entries describing terrifying supernatural events.
I’m only five episodes into it, but this little treasure has me hook, line, and sinker. The less I say the better, so as not to spoil it for newcomers, but if you’re in the mood for a creepy theater of the mind, then this little gem is tailor-made for you. Enjoy (with the light on, of course).
This 4k restoration of John Carpenter’s seminal creature feature by Arrow Video is a THING of beauty (the pun master strikes again!). And just in time for Halloween!
From the good folks that have brought us Planes and Cars, get ready for the intergalactic ride of your life in their latest anthropomorphic animated Star Wars “classic”, X-Wings (not real, but it should be).
As excited as my family is about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, I’m even more enthusiastic about a Pixar version of this upcoming blockbuster. I mean, just take a look at this alternative movie poster and tell me you aren’t just the least bit curious about an animated take on the latest installment of this galactic franchise. Make it so!