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Godzilla Retrospective Part 3

Posted in entertainment, Monsters, movies, websites on May 27, 2014 by chrisdsav

The last part of my Godzilla review and the last article by me on popcults.com I have been with them since 2010 when they were Infamous Gamers.com but I had to leave I cant stay with any more projects that don’t pay. SO here is the final article by me leave a comment. I also included my former editor’s article on the new Godzilla, good job Richard.

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http://www.popcults.com/dr-chris-godzilla-retrospective-part-3/

http://www.popcults.com/the-king-of-monsters-returns-in-godzilla/

 

The Sacrament

Posted in entertainment, movies, websites on May 24, 2014 by chrisdsav

Last Week Pam and I reviewed this new horror movie more of a thriller, not sure what to make of it. Ti west Directed it and it stared some of his cast from Your Next.

Check out Pam’s Review.

http://wordpress.com/read/post/id/53117277/16161/

The Lost Boys

Posted in entertainment, Goth, Leominster Movie Theater, movies, vampires on May 24, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight at midnight in Leominster MA we are showing The Lost Boys.It’s at the Entertainment Cinema movie theater.
What’s funny this is brought to us by the same people who gave us two shitty Batman movies.

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Check out my Cross Stake.

The Religion Show

Posted in entertainment, Goth, Horror Babes, Monsters, movies, news, Satan, websites on May 18, 2014 by chrisdsav

It just occured to me that tonight’s show has a lot to do with faith and God and stuff I questions and believe in. My gf recently found out I believe in God and she is an Atheist. She still loves me and she finds it funny. Tonight’s show we have from the movie Way of the Wicked which stars Christine Slater and Vinnie Jones the director Kevin Carraway. its a religious supernatural thriller. But before that we have the female cenobite from Clive Barker’s Hellraiser 2 Hellbound Barbie Wilde. Pam and I also talk about the passing of H.R. Giger, Garou Wolfman and the new GODZILLA and The Sacrement.

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http://www.barbiewilde.com/barbiewildehome.html

http://www.watchimage.com/

 

GODZILLA

Posted in entertainment, Leominster Movie Theater, Monsters, movies, Theater on May 17, 2014 by chrisdsav

I have nothing to say but AWESOME.
Go see the new film at Leominster Entertainment Cinema, Blackstone Valley Cinema or AMC Framingham 13.
“King of the Monsters….Savior of mankind?

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Reel Quick: Gojira (1954)

Posted in entertainment, Leominster Movie Theater, Monsters, movies, news, Places, SciFi on May 15, 2014 by chrisdsav

chrisdsav:

A great little article on GODZILLA I had to share with all of you. The new movie comes out this Friday.
Its playing in Leominster Ma Blackstone Valley in Millbury and IMax in Natick

Originally posted on Hard Ticket to Home Video:


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Gojira (1954)

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Starring: Akira Takarada, Momoko Kôchi, Akihiko Hirata, Takashi Shimura, Haruo Nakajima

Directed by: Ishirô Honda (Rodan; Mothra Vs. Godzilla; Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster)

Synopsis: So Gojira (a.k.a. Godzilla) is basically chilling in the ocean, minding his own business, when atomic bomb tests annoy the crap out of him. But he uses the radiation he’s absorbed to his advantage, coming up to the surface to beat down some boats. Of course, the humans get their panties in a bunch about it, so he decides to really  teach them a lesson and bust up Japan.

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What works: I’ve really only seen bits and pieces of this movie over the years and never really sat down and watched the whole thing in its entirety. What I’m reviewing here is the original, subtitled Japanese version sans-Raymond Burr. I’ve always been a fan of the character Godzilla, but I admit to only seeing most of his movies…

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31 Horrifying Days-Day 7:All Cheerleaders Die

Posted in entertainment, Horror Babes, Monsters, movies on May 12, 2014 by chrisdsav

chrisdsav:

acdPAM and I watched and reviewed this movie on the air last night not the best form Lucky Mc Gee Why in almost every one of his movies woman are beat up or raped

Originally posted on timewantsaskeleton:

The movie begins mockumentary style following Blackfoot High Cheerleader Lexi. The uber-popular self proclaimed “diplomat” dies horrifically in a cheer acident that snaps her neck. Childhood friend Maddy (Caitlin Stasey, I, Frankenstein) wants revenge after Lexi’s boyfriend Terry (Tom Williamson) rebounds quickly with Lexi’s cheermate Tracy (Sianoa Smit-McPhee, Zombieland). So Maddy joins the squad and sets a plan in motion to break up Tracy and Terry. Maddy and Lexi hadn’t been friends since junior high, Lexi went the school spirit, socialite route while Maddy got rebellious. But she blames the cheerleaders for Lexi’s death and sets out for revenge.
Her plan is successful but as the first day of school approaches: tensions mount. Maddy ends up seducing Tracy, much to the aggravation of Maddy’s wiccan ex girlfriend Leena. A keg party brings out drama between the other cheerleaders: sisters Hannah and the prissy chaste  Martha bicker, Tracy and Maddy…

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31 Horrifying Days- Day 3: The Mummy (1932)

Posted in entertainment, Goth, Horror Babes, Monsters, movies on May 8, 2014 by chrisdsav

chrisdsav:

A movie I really enjoy. You cnt compare it to Brendon Friaser’s movie.

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Archaeology is a good field to get into, if you’re waiting for something weird to happen to you (it’s right up there with “hacker” and “journalist”) just ask Indy, Lara Croft and Wonder Woman villain Cheetah. They are surrounded by ancient artifacts, steeped in tradition, their creation often based in superstition and faith at a time when more of the world was unknown. And we crave that, even with information a couple keystrokes away; humans still want to think there is more, that there’s mystery to be found in the past and something bigger and often more magical than textbooks imply.

There’s no exception for these adventurers. Dr Mueller (Edward Van Sloan- Van Helsing in 1931′s Dracula) warns against it, but Sir Joseph Whemple (Arthur Byron, Mayor of Hell) lead an expedition and uncovers the previously undisturbed, and reportedly curse tomb of Imhotep… and his assistant…

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Who is that guy in Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2

Posted in Books, Comic Books, Convention, entertainment, movies, news, websites on May 6, 2014 by chrisdsav

I will get to my big review of Bates Motel S2 ending but untill I do I thought I tackle this question who is that guy in the trench coat and fedora at the end of Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2. Love or hate the movies someone always asked who that man is. Now at the end of Part 1 we thought it was Norman Osborn and it was not its some guy named Gustov Fiers a man who hates the Parker family for runining his plans for a terrorist plot when Richard and Mary Parker were Agents of Sheild. He was in league with the Red Skull who was part of the plot to kill Peter’s parents. The Gathering, Revenge and Secret of the Sinister Six is where he made his first appearance. A trilogy of novels which very few people read except Director Marc Web who did as he put him in the movies. Fiers is played by Michael Masse, who you might recognize from 24 or fun boy in The Crow.  He will be at the Hartford comic Con May 31-June 1st. How this character ties into the story line of the Sinister Six you can buy the book and see how he did it there. In the movies it looks like he will help Harry from the Sinister Six to take down Spider-Man. 

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This character never showed up in the comic books and the novels are not part of continuity of the character Spider-Man. In these books he also has control of Peter Parker’s Sister Pity. 

http://hartfordcomiccon.com/celebrity-guests/

Below is Marvel’s official page on the character

http://marvel.wikia.com/Gustav_Fiers_(Earth-120703)

Director of Mr.Jones

Posted in entertainment, Found Footage, Monsters, movies on May 5, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have the Director of the creepiest Horror movie I have seen in years. Karl will be doing his interview recorded so please no phone calls. Then we will talk about the V Wars and From Dusk Till Dawn, and the cancellation of Almost Human. Music tonight will be from Hans Zimmer’s Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack and STAR WARS as it is the 4th of May so May the 4th be with you.

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Free Comic Book Day

Posted in Comic Books, Convention, entertainment, magazines, Monsters, vampires, Zombies on May 3, 2014 by chrisdsav

Today is Free Comic Book Day lots of free comics to be given away head down to your local comic shop like Thats Entertainment, Bed Rock Comics, Hall of Comics to check out what we have in store.
The V Wars by Johnathan Maberry came out Wed and issue zero is a FCBD issue with cover art by Kevin Eastman. Zombie Tramp is another Horror comic I picked up much more humor horror than V Wars. Tomorrow night reps from The Hartford Comic Con come on the show.

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Mr.Jones

Posted in entertainment, movies on May 1, 2014 by chrisdsav

Wow talk about a creepy movie and one of the best indie horror movies I have seen in a long time. The Cover tot he blu-ray had me hooked on this film before I even put it in my player.

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Its direct to blu-ray from Anchor Bay and the Director Karl Mueller on the show soon. (most likely next weekend)

A couple go to the woods to film a nature documentary and find out their neighbor is the enigmatic Mr.Jones. a Sculpter the art community has never seen and only heard of. His Skeleton Scarecrows are world renown and infamous but uber creepy and scary. 

I don’t want to give too much away but this is one of the creepiest films I have ever seen. and I love the atmosphere the Actor playing Mr.Jones is played Mark Steger and just like Doug Jones he plays weird creatures fora man with a certain tall skinny body type. 

People have asked what the hell have I just watched and if this is for real. Its one of those movies that really blurs the lines or reality and Nightmares and keeps you guessing which is nice for once. 

ANGELA sister of THOR

Posted in Comic Books, entertainment, Horror Babes, news on April 28, 2014 by chrisdsav

Many years ago back in Spawn #9 Angela was a pretty hot shit character an angel with a golden bikini armor and huge DD breasts. She was a bounty hunter from Heaven sent to kill hell spawns. Neil Gaiman created her and fought for her. Untill the law suit with Coraline and Sandman creator Neil Gaiman forced Todd McFarlane to kill her off in Spawn#100. She even disappeared from the animated series which had to replace her with a character called Jade in some weird scenes which would have made more sence with Angela in them. Fast forward to the year 2013 and Angela pops up in the final chapter of Age of Ultron and Guardians of the Galaxy and now in THOR. That’s right ANGELA Spawn’s bad T&A joke is going to be revealed as the sister of Thor and Loki (technically half to Loki). That’s right Thor has a long lost sister. In the upcoming story line Original Sin (a Marvel Summer crossover event involving the Death of Uatu the Watcher). They never did anything with Angela in the Spawn comics I mean honestly she had a mini series which sold really well and they showed all Warrior angels are Victorian secret models, not Colombo looking mother fuckers like Cass in Supernatural.

Keep a look out for her upcoming Asgardian origins coming up, this would make for an interesting story for Thor 3.

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Director of The Machine

Posted in Comic Books, entertainment, Horror Babes, movies, SciFi on April 27, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have The Director of The Machine on the show with us. As well as the publisher of Wendigo Comics

https://www.facebook.com/Comiceater

Later on I will play a variety of music and talk about The Quiet Ones and the new issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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Godzilla Retrospective Part 2

Posted in aliens, entertainment, Horror Babes, Monsters, movies, SciFi on April 22, 2014 by chrisdsav

Part 2 of my coverage of the best Godzilla movies leading up to the May release of the new film. 

http://www.popcults.com/dr-chris-godzilla-retrospective-part-2/Image

Eric Roberts

Posted in entertainment, movies, news on April 21, 2014 by chrisdsav

I had a chance to interview actor Eric Roberts who has apeared in a number of movies like the Expendables and The Dark night, his newest movie is Camp Dread from Image Entertainment. 

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RoH:

Do you enjoy independent movie or big blockbuster films?

Eric:
Of course I enjoy both.
As long as I have somewhere to settle and put my stuff on set,
and as long as it’s not too freezing cold or blazing hot, I’m fine and happy, so all scale productions are fun and always an adventure.
Plus my stepdaughter, Morgan Simons, of www.pibakeshop.com often caters the more indie films, and that is delicious.
And it’s exciting when the movies or TV shows put music by Keaton Simons into their soundtrack, so there is a lot to look forward to on every production.
 
RoH:
Who was the best director you have worked with??
 
Eric:
I’ve loved many directors, and I very much want to reunite with my CAMP DREAD director!!!
 
RoH:
Do you like Horror movies??
 
Eric:
I like ‘em. Emma likes ‘em. 

Eliza can’t handle horror movies.

RoH:
 What did you enjoy about Camp Dread?

I loved the people. And I felt we were making a winner!

RoH:
Are you working on another movie with Chad Verdi here in New England??

Eric:

Yes. Chad always engages my imagination.

RoH:
Fav horror movie of all time? 
Eric:
Hmmm. Can’t even answer that. So sorry! Obviously a relevant question.
RoH
Fav movie of all time… period?
 
Eric:
HEARTBURN by Mike Nichols
THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
THE HOUSE OF D
THE NOVELIST
HOLLYWOOD DREAMS
TESTAMENT
THE DOOR IN THE FLOOR
UNFAITHFUL
DECONSTRUCTING HARRY

http://www.ericrobertsactor.com/

Happy Easter

Posted in entertainment, movies, music on April 21, 2014 by chrisdsav

Yah the day the Zombie Jesus rises from the grave and hes the only kind of Zombie where you can eat him. I digress, tonight we have the producer of Easter Sunday on the show with us maybe. We also talk about the From Dusk till Dawn the Game of Thrones beer and Ghostbusters glow in the Dark Album and new Bates Motel.

MUSIC and MOVIES

Posted in entertainment, Leominster Movie Theater, movies, music, Radio Station, Theater on April 18, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight and this weekend we have a lot going on first there is the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival that started on Thursday and goes till Sat.Its at the Pladium in Worcester MA. 

 In Leominster at Midnight we are showing CLUE THE MOVIE. This stars Tim Curry and Christopher Lloyd. We will also be playing the Clue board game at 11pm before we show the film. 

On Sat we have NATIONAL RECORD STORE DAY. Big reason you need to go to your local record store is there is a limited edition green glow in the dark Ghost buster record to buy. How awesome is that. 

Ghostbusters Record Store Day

Goodbye FEARnet

Posted in entertainment, movies, news, tv on April 14, 2014 by chrisdsav

It’s the end of the road for thriller, suspense and network. Comcast has bought out its partners in the joint venture — Sony Pictures Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment — to take 100% ownership. Following the transaction, which closed this morning, FEARnet will no longer be a stand-alone brand but will be folded into Comcast’s NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment division. “NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment has acquired all remaining interests in FEARnet from its productive venture with Lionsgate and Sony,” the company said in a statement to Deadline through a spokesman. “FEARnet, along with its popular content, will be integrated into NBCU Cable Entertainment. This process will take place over a yet to be determined period.

This is really sad as scyfy is a horrible former shadow of its once great self, Chiller is still strong but its sad to see FEARnet. This all so means we wont get any more Holliston. Unless Adam Green finds a new network for it. 

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Naked Bloody Actress Mel Heflin and New England Metal Fest

Posted in entertainment, Horror Babes, movies, music, vampires, websites on April 14, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have actress Mel Heflin who is an up and coming actress who will be in a cool new Vampire movie later this year. She talk about her Career as well as a commentary we both just did for Trick r TreAt.
Then we have on Gina the founder of the New England Metal Fest and co founder of Rock and Shock. The New England Metal Fest is Next Weekend at the Palladium in Worcester MA. Pam and I also discuss The Machine and From Dusk till Dawn the series, Being Human says good bye, Oculus and Till Death do us Part.
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http://melheflin.weebly.com/

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