Archive for September, 2011

Harvey Horrors Collected Works: Chamber of Chills – Volume 1

Posted in Comic, Review on 09/30/2011 by sharonwong

Written by Mike Howlett and Edited by Sharon Wong

Bookshop Edition $47.99/£29.99 – (300) Slipcased Edition $135/£84.99 – (26 – Sold Out) Deluxe Edition $399/£249.99

When most readers think of Pre-Code Horror comics from the early 1950s, Entertaining Comics’ (better known as EC) trio of terror titles, Tales from the Crypt, The Vault of Horror and The Haunt of Fear, naturally spring to mind first.  That’s only fair as EC’s titles were arguably the best horror comics of the time…perhaps of all time.  There were, however, many other companies putting out excellent product.  One such publishing house was Harvey Comics. Continue reading


Hack/Slash vs Hatchet!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted in Uncategorized on 09/30/2011 by shaundaniels78

Tim Seeley’s Hack/Slash Annual Returns in November Berkeley, CA – 28 September 2011 – It’s old school American horror versus comic book horror hunter in this year’s HACK/SLASH ANNUAL 2011! Two of horror comics’ biggest stars, Cassie Hack and Vlad, will soon come face to face with Victor Crowley of writer/director Adam Green’s cult favorite HATCHET series of films. GUARDING THE GLOBE writer Benito Cereno has teamed up with star-in-the-making Ariel Zucker-Brull for the 48 page HACK/SLASH ANNUAL 2011 — a momentous mash-up! “As a guy who spends a lot of time researching horror movies, believe me when I say the world needed Hatchet,” said Seeley. “So, from the moment I saw the movie, I was looking for a way to have Cas and Vlad meet Victor.” In the Louisiana Bayou, the murderous ghost of Victor Crowley is maiming tourists in creatively horrible ways. But in his blind murderous rampage, he may have created something worse than himself! Now, Cassie and Vlad are back in New Orleans, and it won’t be long before baseball bat meets hatchet and deformed mutant meets deformed mutant! Continue reading

9.30.2011: What To Watch – DVD/Blu-ray Releases

Posted in DVD, Film on 09/30/2011 by sharonwong

It’s a Friday DVD/Blu-ray release to end the month of September and possibly the last of the Transformers series.  The second highest grossing movie of 2011 (so far) beat the odds to become one of the surprise hits of the summer.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) on DVD and 2-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy.  Starring Shia LeBeouf (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), Josh Duhamel (Life as We Know It), Tyrese Gibson (Fast Five), John Turturro (Cars 2), Patrick Dempsey (TV’s Grey’s Anatomy) and Rosie Huntington-Whitely.  Written by Ehren Kruger (Blood & Chocolate).  Produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura (Red) and Steven Spielberg (Real Steel, TV’s Terra Nova).  Directed by Michael Bay (The Island). Continue reading

9.30-10.2.2011: What To Watch – Theater Edition

Posted in Box Office, Film on 09/30/2011 by sharonwong

From frighteningly funny to just plain frightening (and we’re not just talking about the movie), this week’s film premieres could not be more different on the horror plane.  Only one can be the weekend’s winner and it is very clear who it will be, even with its indie status.

Dream House  Starring Daniel Craig (Cowboys & Aliens), Naomi Watts (King Kong), Rachel Weisz (The Lovely Bones), Marton Csokas (Alice in Wonderland), Elias Koteas (Shutter Island) and Jane Alexander (Terminator Salvation).  Written by David Loucka (Eddie).  Directed by Jim Sheridan (Brothers). Continue reading

DC Comics Recap Week 3…Late But Never Better

Posted in Comic on 09/29/2011 by sharonwong

Reviews by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Week Three happened and it happened to be our least favorite week of the DC reboot (there is still one more week to go).  This is not an indication of a lack of quality as the week had a few strong books too.  It just lacked any real surprise hits and a couple of the books were definitely mixed for us.  However, it did lack any books that missed the mark on storytelling.  Without further ado, here are the hits and those on the fence. Continue reading

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