Author: Jenna Scott

Halloween Rewind: Rob Zombie’s ‘Firefly’ Trilogy

Halloween’s coming up, time to get spooky. Let’s kick off our rewind with a look back on Rob Zombie’s ‘Firefly’ trilogy. House of 1000 Corpses (2003) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbRRD-cD7h4 A group of friends realise they’ve bitten off more than they can chew when an alluring hitchhiker aides their travels. Rob Zombie’s directorial debut takes inspiration from the … Continue reading Halloween Rewind: Rob Zombie’s ‘Firefly’ Trilogy

MCU Phase 4 Delays Shake Schedule

Walt Disney Studios have just announced crucial changes to Marvel’s upcoming release dates. Movies affected by the delays include Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder whilst two untitled projects have been removed entirely from the schedule. The Indiana Jones sequel also faces a drastic change, being pushed back almost a year. All delayed … Continue reading MCU Phase 4 Delays Shake Schedule

‘Halloween Kills’ (2021) Review

‘Halloween Kills’ (2021) Review

As the Strode women recover from their injuries, Michael Myers escapes from the blazing inferno in Laurie’s basement, leaving a vicious trail of bloodshed behind. Untrusting of the authorities, Tommy Doyle leads a vigilante mob to end Michael’s reign of terror once and for all. Halloween Kills picks up immediately from where the last film … Continue reading ‘Halloween Kills’ (2021) Review

New Costumes, Fond Farewells and More: DC Fandome ‘Arrowverse’ Recap

DC Fandome returned for its second virtual event and dropped plenty of exciting and never before seen content for fans. As the ‘Arrowverse’ continues to dominate DC’s television platforms (mainly The CW), here are some things fans can look forward to and reflect on: The Flash Gets a Costume Change Life imitates art as Grant … Continue reading New Costumes, Fond Farewells and More: DC Fandome ‘Arrowverse’ Recap

Halloween: Michael Myers’ Masks Ranked

Halloween: Michael Myers’ Masks Ranked

Void of emotion, personality and humanity, John Carpenter created the ultimate force of evil back in 1978 with Michael Myers. He lingers in the darkness, prepped only for his next kill as he hides away behind his mask. The pale, expressionless face of Michael is about as iconic as the character himself. Spanning across four … Continue reading Halloween: Michael Myers’ Masks Ranked