A pop culture relic that was thought lost was found as a Halloween miracle last week with the first ever upload of the full, official music video for The Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s “Nightmare on My Street”.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris, and Joe talk about the original and the new Halloween, The Haunting of Hill House, hipster horror, Psycho, Liam Neeson killing drug dealers with a snow plow, the potential end of The Purge franchise, the convoluted plot of the Pirates franchise and much more.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the bland first trailer for Dark Phoenix, Creed II, the possible future of the DCEU, the return of Freddy Krueger, the dramatic insanity of Final Impact, the messiness of The Predator, the premiere of South Park Season 22 and much more
Steven Spielberg is bringing Ernest Cline’s pop culture filled adventure Ready Player One to the big screen next spring as teenager Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) tries to find an “Easter Egg” in the VR world of Oasis left by it’s creator before an evil corporation finds it and gains total control.
Tons of news this week including tons of news from both the DC and Marvel movies universes, Michael Bay producing a Dora the Explorer movie, Channel Zero reveals the premise of the third season, Freddy joins Dead by Daylight and much more.
Ernest Cline’s love letter to the 80’s is being adapted by Steven Spielberg with Ready Player One, where a massive Easter Egg hunt kicks off in the virtual world of OASIS in the near future, with the first person to find all three eggs inheriting the entire company of the man who designed it.
At the height of Freddy Kruger mania in the late 80’s, perhaps the most ridiculous piece of merchandise released was Freddy’s Greatest Hits, an album full of cheesy 60’s inspired songs like dance song “Do the Freddy”
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like if Freddy Krueger rapped, wonder no more because it happens in The Fat Boys’ “Are You Ready for Freddy?”.
This October, we’re highlighting some of the most famous horror villains instead of our usual action hero and we kick things off with the master of nightmares, Freddy Krueger.
This week in the Shotgun, a bunch of actors join Stallone/Schwarznegger in The Tomb, a couple more series getting the reboot and Robert Englund describes the never produced Nightmare on Elm Street prequel.