New NSFW trailer for The Boys

By Kevin Hoskinson Amazon has dropped an uncensored trailer for it’s newest original series “The Boys.” It’s dark, violent, funny, and reminds us that the Spice Girls are still relevant. Based on the notoriously dark and violent comic book of the same by Garth Ennis and Darick Robinson, the series is about a group of…Read moreRead more

Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Aiming for a Fall Release

By Kevin Hoskinson Recently, filmmaker Kevin Smith sat down with the Empire Film Podcast and spoke about all things film. Talking about “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot” the latest film in the View Askewniverse, he revealed that it should release this Fall. “I’d be surprised if it wasn’t October or November, somewhere in that corridor….Read moreRead more

This Love So Brief Review

By Kevin Hoskinson From Action Lab comics comes “This Love So Brief,” a collection of personal stories by comic book artist and writer, Fred Chao. Originally from the California Bay Area, Fred had had his ups and downs, especially when it came to his career and relationships. His whole life he wanted to be a…Read moreRead more

Doctor Sleep Trailer Brings the Sequel to The Shining

By Kevin Hoskinson The world shines again in the first trailer for The Shining sequel “Doctor Sleep.” Based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King, Mike Flanagan (Haunting Of Hill House) directs the sequel, which stars Ewan Mcgregor as a grown-up Danny Torrence. Spending many years drinking to try to calm his…Read moreRead more

Spencer and Locke 2 #3 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Roach Riley’s rampage continues in the fascinating third issue of “Spencer & Locke 2”, tearing a city apart and leaving behind a trail of collateral damage, both physical and mental. The last time we saw Detective Locke and his imaginary partner Spencer, it seemed like it could be the end for them….Read moreRead more

Love Antosha Trailer Honors The Life And Career Of Anton Yelchin

By Kevin Hoskinson Three years ago, Hollywood was shaken by the sudden death of 27-year-old actor Anton Yelchin. His life was unexpectedly cut short by a tragic freak accident. He was one of Hollywood’s most promising stars, having acted in films like J.J. Abrams Star Trek, Charlie Bartlett, Green Room and the updated Fright Night….Read moreRead more

Frozen 2 Trailer Hits the Internet

By Kevin Hoskinson Disney has unthawed a new trailer for Frozen 2, and it looks stunning. This new adventure takes Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel) and her sister Anna (Kristen Bell), along with Olaf (Josh Gadd), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Sven on a journey North, beyond their homeland of Arendelle. Exact plot details are still under…Read moreRead more

3 From Hell Trailer Releases

By Kevin Hoskinson It’s finally here!! The long awaited trailer for Rob Zombie’s “3 From Hell” has arrived. The follow up to House of a 1,000 Corpses and The Devils Rejects sees Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), Otis (Bill Mosley) and Baby (Sherri Moon Zombie) on the run again and causing havoc, apparently surviving the deadly…Read moreRead more

Punk Mambo #2 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Punk Mambo has bitten off more than she can chew, and the story continues in Valiant Comic’s “Punk Mambo” issue #2. Last issue saw Punk Mambo, a Voodoo Priestess from the London punk scene, fighting her way through the bayou and losing her Loa, Aye. The Loa are spiritual creatures from Voodoo…Read moreRead more

Spencer & Locke 2 #2 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson The trial of Spencer and Locke begins in the second issue of part two of the series. And it is easily one of the most thrilling issues of the saga so far. In the last issue, Detective Locke was dealing with the aftermath of his actions from the first part of the…Read moreRead more

Nobody Is In Control #1 Review: Planned Obsolescence

By Kevin Hoskinson Nobody is in control. No matter how much you think you are, you are not in control. Eventually, everything becomes obsolete. From Black Mask studios comes “Nobody Is In Control,” a book about conspiracies that would make “The X-Files” proud. When Richard, a retired talk radio DJ, comes across somebody running through…Read moreRead more

Spencer & Locke 2 #1 Review- Back in Action

By Kevin Hoskinson Spencer & Locke first came on the scene in 2017, and it quickly grew a huge cult following. The series was a unique story that combined the wonder of “Calvin and Hobbes” and the dark grittiness of “Sin City” to create one of the best psychological thrillers to hit the shelves in…Read moreRead more

Degrees of Separation Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Degrees of Separation is a fun indie 2D platformer developed by indie studio Moondrop and published by Modus Games. It follows Ember and Rime, two characters from different worlds, but with a common goal. While it’s fun to play by yourself, the experience really opens up when you play with a friend….Read moreRead more

Faithless #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson BOOM! Studios presents a unique and dazzling story about dating in the 21st century, magic and other modern-day problems. Faith is a young woman who likes to dabble in magic. Her friends think she is a bit crazy, but also find that it’s part of her charm. Everything seems relatively normal in…Read moreRead more

Newbury & Hobbes: The Undying Collection Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Newbury & Hobbes are back and this time in comic book form. As the book series hits its 10th anniversary, author George Mann along with artist Dan Boultwood bring this world to vivid life. For those of you unfamiliar, Sir Maurice Newbury is a gentleman “investigator for the crown,” and Miss Veronica…Read moreRead more

Punk Mambo #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson From the depths of the bayou to New Orleans and beyond, “Punk Mambo” is a world that is full of mystery and magic, with a punk rock attitude and a great story. It grips you from the very first panel, and never lets up. It’s dark and twisted, with a great sense…Read moreRead more

Bubba Ho-Tep and the Cosmic Blood-Suckers TPB Review

By Kevin Hoskinson In 2002, the horror comedy film “Bubba Ho-Tep” was released. Based on the novella of the same name, and directed by Don Coscarelli, the movie became a cult classic. The film saw Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis as elderly men living in a retirement home, with Cambell claiming to be the real…Read moreRead more

Saying Goodbye to Supernatural

By Kevin Hoskinson After one final season next year, “Supernatural” is coming to an end. Stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, and Misha Collins released a video statement on Instagram announcing the news. “We just told the crew that even though we’re very excited to be moving into our 15th season, it will be our last,”…Read moreRead more

The Return of Veronica Mars: What It Is and Why You Should Watch

By Kevin Hoskinson The show is about Veronica (Kristen Bell), a sarcastic teenager residing in sunny Neptune California, a picturesque beach town in Southern California. She used to be one of the popular kids; she is now an outcast who keeps a small group of friends. But her life is anything but ordinary. When she…Read moreRead more

Haphaven Review

By Kevin Hoskinson From Lion Forge Comics comes “Haphaven,” a witty, smart and super entertaining book filled with adventure, bravery, and superstition. It’s all packaged in a story that is akin to Alice in Wonderland with its sense of wonder and danger. Learning from her father the superstitions of the world, young Alex Mills is…Read moreRead more

The Return of Veronica Mars: The Good News

By Kevin Hoskinson Late last year, actress Kristen Bell announced on Twitter that “Veronica Mars” was coming back to TV via Hulu. It was a surprise announcement to be sure, but one that got fans (affectionately known as “Marshmallows”) excited. After three seasons on the air, a successfully crowd-funded movie, and a couple of novels,…Read moreRead more

Atomic Robo and the Dawn of a New Era #2 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson It’s the dawn of a new era for Atomic Robo, and it’s up and running with the latest issue in the new series. Issue #1 was a great intro to the series, both serving as a great jumping point for new readers as well as a great continuation for those returning to…Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review- Iron: or The War After

By Kevin Hoskinson From S.M. Vidaurri, Iron or the War After is a tale of espionage, set against the backdrop of a land torn apart by war. Its characters are anamorphic animals, but don’t let that fool you. This book is more in line with “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” than it is “The Wind in…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Jobe’z World

By Kevin Hoskinson In what feels like a 90s throwback indie movie, “Jobe’z World” is a diversion from the modern era of big budget blockbusters. Set in New York City (Planet Earth) throughout one night, it’s a trippy, chaotic, comedic thriller that feels like it could be something more, but doesn’t quite hit the mark….Read moreRead more

Movie Review: The Kid Who Would Be King

By Kevin Hoskinson By now, we are all familiar with the legend of King Arthur. The story of King Arthur, Excalibur and the Knights of the Round Table has been retold time and time again on the big screen. The most recent retelling of the story,  20th Century Fox’s “The Kid Who Would Be King,”…Read moreRead more

Atomic Robo & the Dawn of a New Era #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Having been around since 2007, the latest mini-series in the Atomic Robo series is off to a promising start. The series follows protagonist Atomic Robo. He is a robot that possesses “automatic intelligence,” and was created by a fictionalized Nikola Tesla. He is extremely self-aware of the world around him and knows…Read moreRead more

Scrimshaw Vol. 2 #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Sometimes, you open a new book and instantly know that it’s going to be unlike anything you have ever seen before. Everything seems new and fresh, from the artwork to the setting. This was the case when I started to read the first issue in the new volume of Scrimshaw. Set in…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Mary Poppins Returns

By Kevin Hoskinson Disney had a lot to live up to when it was announced that the studio was moving forward to a sequel to their classic 1964 film “Mary Poppins”. It’s almost reasonably certain that the pressure was on for the studio, and everything had to be perfect. The casting, music and pure magic…Read moreRead more

The Freeze #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson In the newest offering from Image Comics and Top Cow Productions, a strange phenomenon is happening on a global scale. People across the world are frozen in time, and there is only one guy who can help them. But the question is, can he save them all? Or, more importantly, will he?…Read moreRead more

Middlewest #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Middlewest is a new ongoing series from writer Scottie Young and artist Jorge Corona. It’s about life in a small town, the town you grew up in, and can’t wait to get out of. It’s also about the inner demons you must face and come to terms with. Abel lives in a…Read moreRead more