Thursday, February 25, 2016

Witch is the Heaviest of Them All? (Top 10 Witch Metal Bands)

Francisco Goya painted the best metal album covers of the 1700s

In keeping with the spirit of the brilliant folk-horror film The VVitch (now playing in theaters), I decided to dig into some of my favorite occult metal bands. Most of these hard rocking vagabonds are doom metallers; some are brutal purveyors of thrash; all incorporate "witch" in their name somehow. More importantly, they blend dark themes of witchcraft, alchemy and the occult perfectly into their music.

Saturday, January 2, 2016

The Japanese Movie Programs for Creepshow 1 & 2!

Welcome to the first post of the new year here at, I been taking these last few days getting my collection in some kind of order a thought that these two "Creepshow" Japanese Movie Programs I picked up at Chiller last fall were interesting enough to share here tonight!

The odd thing about this program for Creepshow" is that it shares half it's pages with Sam Raimi's "Crimewave" (known as XYZ Murders) in Japan! 

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Announcement of this Year's Shitmas Contest Winners! (The Box of Shitmas, Krampus Giveaway, and the "Naughty or Nice" Sticker!)

Here is the announcements of this year's Winners of the 3 Shitmas Contests that were held this year!

First up is "The Box of Shitmas" Giveaway which was put together by myself and's head honcho Jason Price!

Saturday, December 26, 2015

The Shitmas Hangover (Year 5’s Shitmas Wrap-up on The Acid Pop Cult Podcast!)

Well that’s it folks another year of Shitmas is in the bag! I want to thank everyone who was involved in helping make this 5th Edition of the Blogging Event a Huge Success!
Earlier this week I made a guest appearance on the Acid Pop Cult where I discuss each and every post that was featured this year, so check it out in this LINK or look up Acid Pop Cult on where ever you listen to your podcasts at!

Below are the LINKS to each post that was included in the year’s Shitmas as well as LINKS to each contributor Pages!

Friday, December 25, 2015

Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas (A 25 Days of Shitmas Post) by Thomas Coombs Jr.

Hey everybody, it's that time of year again, and today I'll be giving you my contribution to 25 days of Shitmas with a movie starring everybody's favorite 80's teen star Kirk Cameron! Before we get started this is a Christian movie and I am a Christian. Sometimes I am ashamed, I'm not ashamed to be a Christian, I am ashamed of other Christians. Whether if be through bigotry, hypocrisy, citing Bible verses to provide reason for hatred or making shitty, shitty movies. Guess which category this falls into.

So, sit back and relax and enjoy my play-by-play of Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas. (FYI: there's an African American in this movie who's job I'm pretty sure is to just be the "Black Guy", so, I'll be referring to him as such) Also, be warned, this movie was very boring and uneventful, so, this live reading may be pretty boring.


Invasion U.S.A. (A 25 Days of Shitmas Post) from Icon vs. Icon's Steve Johnson!

Invasion U.S.A.

Steve Johnson - Icon vs Icon

After taking a year off from Shitmas, mostly due to devastating stomach viruses, I am back to continue giving you guys what you want. I mean it wouldn’t be Christmas without an epic running commentary involving a massive body count and epic one liners. Having finished with the Christmas adventures of John McClane, Martin Riggs, and Roger Murtaugh, I figured I’d delve a little into the world of Chuck Norris and uzis. Without further ado I present, Invasion U.S.A. It’s time…

Thursday, December 24, 2015



"Neither parent nor child will find merriment in this mess." "Anti-matter" "Empty cheerful sanitized gimmicks" - These are just a few of the many things said about this 1998 Christmas comedy starring the charismatic Jonathan Taylor Thomas. I must admit going into my first viewing about 15 years ago, I was already a bit of a fan of the young actor, not so much of his television stuff but his performance in Wild America, another great family fun movie. Nothing new under the sun here as far as plot and the movie makes clear from the start this is about college kids doing college things. The fact that it turns into this sort of groovy road trip for most of it's running time is very appealing and I can't see road trip movie fans not liking this one, especially with the vast array of characters our protagonist encounters along the way.