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Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone Picked Up By CBS

Any fans of Twilight Zone or its modern equivalent, Black Mirror, will be excited to learn more is on its way! Jordan Peele (Get Out, Key and Peele) is developing a reboot alongside Simon Kinberg (X-Men) and Marco Ramirez (Daredevil, Defenders). Seeing this project developing is particularly exciting since Peele has demonstrated considerable horror chops through […]

You Should Watch… IZombie

IZombie is a pretty fun take on both horror and crime fiction as a genre (I’ve mentioned my love of it before and I feel it’s severely underrated). The show focuses on Olivia ‘Liv’ Moore, as the titular zombie. Formerly a high-achieving medical student, Liv ((Rose McIver) works in a police morgue after her infection. […]

Bryan Singer Fired From Queen Biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

After a halt in production of Bohemian Rhapsody, it was confirmed that Bryan Singer is no longer working on the project. Fox was tight lipped in its announcement with the brief statement, “Bryan Singer is no longer the director of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’” on Monday. Singer, known for his work on the X-Men films, has remained silent thus […]

Goodbye Moonmen Living Tombstone Remix- Track of the Day

Any fans of Rick and Morty no doubt remember the amazing song Goodbye Moonmen. Delivered with the amazing vocals of Jemaine Clement as Fart, the song really fit the psychedelic cosmic feel of the show. Using a vocal style similar to Bowie, Fart portrays a world of endless possibility and beauty. However, the song has just […]

EwTube – Lindsay Ellis AKA The Nostalgia Chick

As a teenager, I couldn’t get enough of Channel Awesome’s content. I especially enjoyed the Nostalgia Critic, and I eventually started watching his female counterpart, Lindsay Ellis, aka The Nostalgia Chick. Funnily enough, I remembering really disliking Ellis’ videos on Channel Awesome, feeling that she wasn’t following the ‘format.’ In hindsight, I realised that this […]

New Poster Art For Stranger Things Season 2 Released

Like most Stranger Things fans, I’ve been shivering with anticipation for this new season. So imagine my surprise when seeing this awesome new poster for season two! The artwork features the entire season two cast (along with a particularly ghoulish Eleven) with a big Hallowe’en backdrop. There’s a nicely spooky scarecrow in the background, along […]

‘Creep’ – Clint Mansell & Coco Sumner – Track of the Day

Having spent a year in Edinburgh, I’m a bit obsessed with Scottish film. The movie Filth is no exception. Based on a book by Irvine Welsh, it stars James McAvoy as a jaded cop. Like Trainspotting, the film is funny but unrelentingly grim, and its emotional ending is no exception. However, the musical score is […]

Death of Stalin – Review

Any lover of comedy ought to be familiar with Armando Iannucci. From the spectacular cringe of Alan Partridge to the foulmouthed tirades of Malcolm Tucker, the man’s contribution to British television, especially in the realm of satire, has been potent. His first outing to film adapted his Thick of It characters to the big screen. […]

First Trailer For X-Files Season 11 Released

“Civilisation is in its final stages… I’m asking you to betray the whole human race.” The Cigarette Smoking Man is no longer pulling any punches, as Mulder and Scully face their greatest challenge yet. The trailer for X-Files season 11 is an action-packed spectacle! The season will feature the duo searching for their son while […]

Stranger Things Likely To Have More Than Four Seasons

Previously, Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer were clear about the series’ end. According to them, the award winning Netflix sci-fi horror would end on its fourth season. However, plans change, as Shawn Levy clarifies to EW: ““Hearts were heard breaking in Netflix headquarters when the Brothers made four seasons sound like an official end, […]