DOCTOR STRANGE GOES STAR WARS

If I had any complaint about DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS, it would be that they didn’t take advantage of the opportunity afforded to show the fans more universes. They so easily could have. Quick, second-long glimpses of. Say, the X-Men universe (well, they did give us Professor X, so there’s that), the…

Danzig and Purging

Glenn Danzig is the Tommy Wiseau of the Horror genre. And he has his sights set on some werewolf action! Speaking with the folks at the podcast Radioactive with Mike Z, Danzig dropped some of his future plans, and they sound delicious. “The Vampires’ Vengeance is the Death Rider sequel [that is to say, a…

The Future of Marvel Horror

Now DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS has proven that Marvel can do Horror. It has been a known fact for decades that the genre could be handled properly in the comics but not before now that this could be translated onto the big screen. (DC has had greater success with its Horror properties.…

Shuma-Gorath’s Little Brother

The entity created by Robert E. Howard (of CONAN THE BARBARIAN fame), Shuma-Gorath, is one big, nasty piece of work. A Cthulhu-esque interdimensional creepazoid thingy obviously based on Cthulhu, immensely powerful, more or a less a god. No way, then, would Shuma-Gorath be *anybody’s* minion, no matter how powerful that person might be. In DOCTOR…

Zombie Dr. Strange

SPOILER WARNING for DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS. My favorite character in the film is Zombie Doctor Strange. Granted this is still *our* Doctor Strange I’m talking about. This isn’t the brain-munching version of the character from the Marvel Zombies universe. It’s our Doctor Strange temporarily possessing the rotting corpse of an alter…

(Spoiler-Free) Movie Review: DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS

Out of every Marvel movie that has come down the turnpike thus far, DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS is the one that most ought to appeal to the Horror faithful, and to the vampire marks in particular. It doesn’t have a vampire in it, but it does have a zombie. Oh, and there…

Mummy Eggs

Not that a mummy laid an egg, no. Rather these are the sort of eggs that a mummy would have eaten, presumably before becoming a mummy. A dish called “eggah” if you will. From the linked article: “Eggah is the Egyptian version of a baked egg omelet. Archeologists have found that ancient Egyptians have been…