During my childhood my father worked the third shift, meaning he went in at three in the afternoon and came home at eleven at night. Being in the single digits, I was of course fast asleep by eight p.m. Some nights, though, I’d wake up to go to the bathroom or get a drink of water and hear my father down the hall. I would always get excited because my father was usually eating dinner and watching TV.Read more »
Fearful Features,Movies/TV,News,Savini and Me Michael Aloisi
Columns,Features/Interviews,News Amanda Dyar
by: Amanda Dyar on: 2013-01-26 18:02:15
Fans will be able to get their hands on ALIENS: COLONIALRead more »
MARINES on February 12, 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. We recently sat down
with the video game’s composer Kevin Riepl to get the inside scoop on the Xenomorph chaos that lurks ahead!
Columns,Giveaways,Movies/TV,News Rebekah McKendry
by: Bekah McKendry on: 2013-01-18 22:01:45
Magnolia Home Entertainment just sent over a box of JACKRead more »
& DIANE DVDs for giveaway. This beautiful yet horrific flick has become a
critical fave; check out FANGORIA’s review by Michael Gingold here.
Fearful Features,Movies/TV,Savini and Me Michael Aloisi
Most people can’t wait to get out of their parents’ house. They want to get away from their families and start a life of their own. Then, they want to get a bigger and better house; they might not need it, but they want it. It becomes a thing of prestige, who has the biggest house? Who lives in the better neighborhood? Look, my house is huge, I’m successful! When it comes to celebrities, it’s even worse. Typically, they try to move into the high class areas in L.A., and buy houses that are ten times the size they need, just because they can. This is why Tom Savini’s house was more than surprising. It was in a normal neighborhood in Pittsburgh and an average house, while the inside is anything but (see the entry Tom’s House for more on that. I was intrigued that Tom lived there; hell, I was surprised he didn’t live in L.A. like most other actors.Read more »