Evie and Noel are again joined by filmmaker Lori Bowen for a look at the 1984 horror classic A Nightmare On Elm Street, and its considerably less classic 2010 remake.
Tony and Noel dive into their latest Sectaurs adventure, where I usually say something funny here, but not a whole lot happened for me to be witty about, so I’m coming up dry. Threads from the last issue are followed up on, there’s a fight, and loads of talking.
It’s Jak’s pick this month, as he, Angie, and Noel soak in the glow 80s Mowtown pop, martial arts wizardry, flesh-eating bog creature living room displays, pizzeria defilement, and adolescent leather pants.
Noel and Tony are shocked to discover that the Sectaurs comic book not only does not suck like the sucky TV series which sucked, but is actually quite significantly not sucky.
In the site’s first written review, Noel takes a look at Prey, an unproduced screenplay about three women who set out to climb a mountain, and the horrible horrible ways in which it doesn’t go well.
Tony and Noel shrug as the entire point of this show destroys itself and they have nothing left to vaguely care about. Sectaurs!
Noel and Tony die of thirst during their latest Sectaurs adventure, in which the Viper Vines send the Knights of the Shining Realm through the Acid Desert to find the Medicine Beetle atop Mount Sectaur while avoiding the Laser Bugs.
In their latest episode, Julia, Alexander, and Noel lay siege to John Carpenter’s 1976 action classic.
Tony and Noel scitter into their latest installment of Sectaurs, where Godzilla roams, deposed politicians run taverns, and centipedes fear moustaches.