Catching Up on Work

Posted: August 9, 2017 in Entertainment, Gruesome Magazine, Needless Things, The Blog

I’ve been neglecting the blog of late. I haven’t been writing stuff for it, and I haven’t been linking my work elsewhere. I can’t fix the first one today, but I can play catch up on the second. So, without further ado…

The passing of a man who helped to usher in an entirely new genre of horror.


My last regular Thursday piece before my Dragon Con run up pieces start looks back at the great Star Blazers.


Looking back at Robotech.


Monday musings on how wildly complicated yet amazingly simple the announced change in the Doctor Who status quo and the choice for fans was and is.

Kevin Smith gets a lot of grief for his films lately. Here’s why I like that he’s still doing his thing his way.

Just a look at how easy it once was to get some things over in wrestling and sometimes still is.

He has the potential to be one of the biggest stars of his era, and the fans desperately want to embrace him. So why can’t the WWE figure out how to use him to his- and to their -full potential?

Sunday’s Money in the Bank PPV underscored one likely sad fact about the WWE.

Quite possibly the worst movie I’ve ever seen.

And with my movie watching habits, that’s saying something.

Found footage in voodoo hell. Take a look!

One would think it’s an easy concept to pull off. Universal seems to want to prove anyone thinking that wrong.

I got to join in the fun on Earth Station One’s The Pro Wrestling Roundtable to talk the “What Ifs” in pro wrestling history. Give it a listen.

The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Ep 52 – Wrestling What Ifs

A brief look at the giant insect invasion of the 1950s.



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