A marauding 25-foot-tall Yeti terrorizes a California ski resort and only nuclear warhead tipped crossbows can stop him. Welcome to the 1970's and the Golden Era of horror paperback novels.
Traditional martial arts instructors once had an aura and an iconic image. Cobra Kai on YouTube gives us a glimpse of the old-school traditional instructor. Where did all of the traditional instructors go?
Grady Hendrix takes horror novel fans back to the grand age of crazed fiction: the 1970s and 1980s glory gory days of the trashy horror paperback.
James Bond: Spectre: The Complete Comic Strip Collection reprints the wonderful newspaper serial that faithfully adapted Ian Fleming's 007 novels.
Vince Vaughn portrays a immoral moral man whose life decisions lead him to incarceration. Despite the noble nature of this anti-hero, the character of Bradley Thomas deserves his fate.
Michael Keaton's vicious and brutal Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming shares much of the rage found in the Silver and Bronze Age version of the villain.
Channel 4 UK/AMC's original series HUMANS (aka HUM∀NS) ponders the frequently asked eternal science-fiction question asked of aliens, robots, and earth dwellers: "What does it mean to be human?"
D.C. Comics' "The House of Mystery" book is an example of solid genre fiction published in the 1970s that kept the lost artistry of comic book horror anthologies alive.
Drawing on the appeal left during the final gasp of classic horror movie monsters, the rather bland cereal Alpha Bits thrived in the 1970's thanks to wonderful -- and humorously-scary -- commercials.
The violent-but-popular cha.racter of The Hound returns to the equally violent-but-popular television series Game of Thrones
Lee Marvin and John Boorman created a masterpiece in the classic crime film Point Blank (1967), a film that defied narrative conventions to rise to a work of cinematic art.
If you didn't enjoy watching the debut and rerun of King Kong on NBC in 1978 and 1980, then you are no friend of mine.
The Referee Position from wresting can be borrowed in the BJJ game to provide a unique and less-than-expected way to enter into the Butterfly Guard.
2000 Man remains one of the more unique songs from the Rolling Stones and it was famously covered by Ace Frehley of Kiss
Crom, the angry God of Conan the Barbarian lore, must be examined from the perspective of Robert E. Howard's own indifferences.
The Aurora History and Price Guide covers the basic points about the history of the company and is an excellent trip into classic horror nostalgia.
Alan Moore reshaped the landscape of the Swamp Thing comic book and also posed quite a number of interesting philosophical questions about identity and self-awareness.
Transgressive antiheroes in works such as Fight Club at at odds with a society they want to be part of.
Two classic Robert E. Howard werewolf works are discussed.
Frank Miller was able to draw from the work of other writers and artists while working on the classic Daredevil comic.
Charles Bronson maintained a career resurgence with this B movie studio.