In exactly two weeks from tonight I’m going to be tired and hopefully sunburnt from a long weekend at Riot Fest in Chicago, Illinois.
I heard about Kim and Pete breaking up. I know people wonder if Kim and Kanye will get back together but I think Kanye has found himself.
I’ve been making buttons for a long time now showing off bands I think are cool or quotes from movies that deserve more respect. I am also someone who enjoys the great political minds and transitions of the 60s in America. With that respect I’ve made buttons showcasing some great political signs or references for political strife in the past.
We all know how awful the overturning of Roe v Wade will be and has already been for Women’s Rights. But seeing as how I belong to a congregation that works very hard to secure a person’s individual freedoms and should have the support of living person who agrees with Choice I wanted to let you know. They are called, The Satanic Temple.
Movie posters are a very important part of the cinema from when we walk in the building and see them on the outside telling us which to see next to when we plaster them in our homes to showcase our love and admiration for a title.
In April of 1983 Disney launched the Disney Channel. At the time it was a paid for Subscription channel on cable, similar to HBO or Cinemax. The channel primarily broadcasted reruns of classic Disney shows and films as most original material was still being developed.
In West Palm Beach, Channel 12 aired it in primetime, but made sure to offer a disclaimer that it might be disturbing for younger viewers.
Alright, creeps... 'tis time! Well... almost time! We certainly hope you got those votes in because the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards are coming to you Sunday, May 15th at 7pm ET, exclusively on Shudder! This year's festivities will be hosted by the one and only David Dastmalchian (The Suicide Squad, Dune) and David is bringing along some …
It was said that their toddler would talk to a ‘little man’ in his room and an oil-type substance would run down the walls.
If you’ve ever undergone general anaesthetic then you have experienced oblivion, an interruption of consciousness more complete than even the deepest sleep. Whole hours or days can pass in a millisecond; it’s proof – if you need it – that you can cease to be, that the world will go on without you. Some people find this terrifying. The neuroscientist Anil Seth finds it reassuring.