Seriously, it almost happened.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In honor of the annual emergence of the in all of us, we’ll be streaming nothing but Ghostbusters all ding-dang day (Or at least a couple hours.) Peep the video above for a preview of what we’ll be playing, livestream is below. Start time TBA.
With Halloween almost upon us and the recent re-release of the original Saw movie, I wondered “which horror franchise is the best?” I am going to use Metacritic, Rotten Tomatoes, and Box Office Mojo as my guide to hopefully answer that question. Full disclosure: I’m a devout Michael Myers fan and personally betting on Halloween to be victorious. Let’s see.
[UPDATE: YouTube archive added below!]
Come surf the apocalypse with us today at 1:30PM PACIFIC (4:30PM EASTERN) as Chris and Dave lube up for Sunset Overdrive
There is nothing worse then remembering a long lost favorite movie, only to find out it’s…out of print. It’s been a while since I’ve experienced this horrible phenomenon, but last night while searching eBay for old movie posters, I ran across a Tales from the Hood theatrical print. I had not thought about this movie in years and was excited to purchase it from Amazon only to find out it was out of print on DVD.
The best in 80s horror just so happened to see the worst possible Nintendo games. Perhaps that was the point? Whatever! Find out at 4PM Pacific (7PM Eastern) as Chris and Dave go toe-to-toe with Freddy and Jason…
To most people, Christmas is the biggest expense of the year, but not for Moan4stallone. For me it is Halloween. I have been attending haunted houses for what seems like my entire life, whether it’s a baseball stadium that has been converted into a haunted maze or the home of a fellow Halloween lover turned into a haunted manor. But my major expense of the year is Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights and Knott’s Scary Farm.
It’s nearly upon us–that one day of the year when it’s not only legal, but socially encouraged for children to wear disguises and demand free goods from strangers. Unfortunately, every culture has those few social miscreants few who refuse to play by the rules and just want to ruin things for the rest of us. While I don’t condone hooliganism, if anyone deserves the swift justice of a few rotten eggs and toilet paper, it’s the people who hand out this garbage to trick-or-treaters.