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Dildo: The Movie

Rando talk time! Batman 1989 30th Anniversary marches on with some new products, we talk Watchmen, Titans and a bit about Disney Plus too. A few comic recommendations and some video releases through November. A good old fashioned Pint, all over the damned place, you know what to do. Listen In!!!! Check out this episode!

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Shelf Gratification – Blood On Black Wax

In this weeks edition of “Shelf Gratification” Ganache once again takes us down the rabbit hole of classic horror movies, but this time through the lens of their soundtracks!! “Blood On Black Wax” written by Rue Morgue Magazine’s Music Editor Aaron Lupton, and Author Jeff Szpirglas, and published by 1984 publishing (http://www.1984publishing.com) is an in Read More

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Shelf Gratification: Ghoulish

In this edition of “Shelf Gratification” Ganache takes a look at April Snellings’ career retrospective of revered genre artist “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin. Pullin has been in the industry for decades, and is currently an art columnist for “Rue Morgue” magazine. His work has touched on everything from Horror, to Sci Fi, and even movies such Read More

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A Ganache On The Street Report: Don’t Go In The Water

    Our good friends at Connecticut Cult Classics threw a curveball this year, by announcing a July event in between their normal bimonthly scheduled shows in June and August. This in itself is cool enough, getting to spend an extra Saturday night hanging out and watching a fun double feature, but when Larry Dwyer, Emperor Read More

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October Fright Watch: Train To Busan

Every once in a while a  film can transcend the boundaries normally instilled by it’s genre. People who do not like horror films generally do not watch them, same for science fiction. Sometimes these films have elements that exceed what you would expect and make it more accessible to wider audiences. Train To Busan does Read More

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Sir Jon Reviews: Forbidden Gallery #2

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Publisher William Mull wisely sent me a preview copy of Forbidden Gallery issue two, a comic that straddles the lines of horror, suspense and dark drama while having the appearance of a title that time-travelled from 1970. As a fan of anthologies and all of the templates that Forbidden Gallery provides, the book is fully Read More

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