ARMY OF THE DEAD [Review]: Zack Snyder’s Return to Zombie, Flesh-Eating Form.

Army of the Dead is Zack Snyder’s first film in a decade not based on a DC Comics property (his last was Sucker Punch back in 2011). With a screenplay co-written by Snyder, Shay Hatten (the John Wick franchise), and Joby Harold (Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword), Army of the Dead …

INVINCIBLE [Episodes 1-3 Review]: Gore-Heavy Superhero Perfection.

Without ever reading the Invincible comic, it’s impossible to compare Amazon Studios' new adult animated series to its source material. It should be at least somewhat comforting to know that Robert Kirkman, co-creator of the comic book, is an executive producer on the show. Also Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the guys responsible for bringing …

THE GEEEEK AWARDS [Best ‘Geek’ Film of 2020]: Stuck In The Middle With You, Bae.

Welcome to another installment of GHG’s Top “Geek” Movies of the Year! All the following lists take a look at our favorite superhero, sci-fi, fantasy, horror and geek-related (kinda, sorta, maybe.. we tried!) flicks of 2020-- which few movies that did release, anyway! 1. Possessor (Amazon Prime) - Takes a simple hitman concept and adds …

ADVENTURE TIME – DISTANT LANDS [Obsidian Review]: Be My Monster.

Adventure Time: Distant Lands is this wonderful epilogue to what Adventure Time means to its fans after ten gloriously algebraic seasons. HBO Max revived Adventure Time for the Distant Lands miniseries that is only four episodes total with each episode running 45 minutes each. Obsidian expands on the relationship between Marceline and Princess Bubblegum. They’re …

BOOKS OF BLOOD [Review]: Carve Me A Bedtime…

Hulu’s horror anthology, Books of Blood, is based on Clive Barker’s books of the same name published between 1984 and 1985 and spanned six volumes. There have been eight previous adaptations of Barker’s version of The Books of Blood including Candyman, The Midnight Meat Train, and another adaptation of “The Book of Blood” from 2007. …

HBO MAX & CARTOON NETWORK STUDIOS [Comic-Con@Home]: Infinity Train.

The HBO Max and Cartoon Network Studios: Infinity Train panel is an interesting one. They chose to give you a peek into the writer’s room rather than having members of the voice cast involved. The panel consisted of writer/moderator Lindsay Katai, series creator Owen Dennis (also the voice of Sad-One), supervising producer Madeline Queripel, and …