weekend, Rock and Shock invaded Worcester's DCU center and Palladium. For the uninitiated, Rock and Shock is a
unique experience: half horror convention, half kick-ass metal concert. I was there promoting Infinite Santa 8000, my
new animated web series about Santa Claus killing mutants in the year 8000 (no,
As our slideshow would attest, plenty of wonderfully oozy ghouls made it out to the Somerville Theatre for J. Cannibal's "Feast of Flesh X," the crowning event of TerrorThon '10, last weekend. But just in case you missed Zombie Spock, here's a little midnight moment of illogical zombie zen for you all.
today's the day that one of the world's most influential sci-fi authors
turns 90. To mark the occasion, his adopted hometown of Los Angeles has
been whooping it up all week.
Chances are that anyone reading this post has, at some point, spent
some quality time with Bradbury's writing.
hero and spokesman for all that is awkward, pale, and pompadoured, Conan
O'Brien has just pushed himself a notch higher on the badass meter. When not making jokes about masturbating manatees or vindictively breaking NBC's budget,
O'Brien has been known to dabble in a bit of that thing the kids call
rock and roll.
it's H.P. Lovecraft's birthday! So, to honor the late, legendary composer of
creepy chronicles, we give you this episode of The Real Ghostbusters. Personally, I would consider this late '80s cartoon spinoff series the presiding authority on questionably pronounced Lovecraftian monikers like "Cthulhu."
At first glance, Avatar and Inception might seem entirely unrelated; the former is a CGI theme-park-ride with
a boilerplate going-native plot, the latter a brainy and zany
big-budget puzzle that's as much a meditation on storytelling as it is a
summer popcorn film.
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