Spider-Woman is an animated television series based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. The series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and Marvel Comics Animation and ran for one season of 16 episodes between September 22nd 1979 to January 5th 1980. Many have wondered why out of all the […]
Crawled out of the Black Lodge in 1976, only to find himself in the Village.
Directed by Albert Pyun, Dollman follows Brick Bardo (Tim Thomerson), a rough around the ages cop on the planet Arturos. Note: This Brick Bardo is no relation to the Brick Bardo is Albert Pyun’s previous movie Bloodmatch. Opening with a hostage situation that Bardo resolves by humorously entering the laundry, and […]
The Relativity Universe expands with New Humanz! Riley, a former CIA agent, and her daughter Sadie are ripped through a temporal vortex and stranded in the year 2226. The journey causes Sadie to lose most of her body, only to be saved by robotic surgery, making her a […]
This was the second animated series based on Marvel’s comic book series The Fantastic Four. This 1978 series replaced the character of Johnny Storm/The Human Torch with a robot named H.E.R.B.I.E. (Humanoid Experimental Robot, B-type, Integrated Electronics), because the 1978 television rights to use the original android Human Torch […]
Bloodmatch is written by K. Hannah and directed by Albert Pyun and follows Brick Bardo (Thom Mathews) who is out to avenge the death of his brother, who was set up in a scandal involving illegal fight fixing in a kickboxing circuit and was killed before he could expose the true […]
A chill dude washes up on a totally radical island: majestic waterfalls, rainbow apples, and crazily great swimming holes. But when a hilarious monkey steals this mellow (but starving) dudes’s rainbow apple, a chase through a jungle results in an radder discovery. Welcome to Rad Island!
Max, the 2000-Year-Old Mouse was a Canadian animated television series produced by Steve Krantz, which originally aired in Canada in 1967. It ran for 104 episodes. Max (Paul Soles) was a pink mouse who lived in the museum, essentially served as comic relief and also helped with the narration, […]
Written by Kitty Chalmers and Daniel Hubbard-Smith, and directed by Albert Pyun, Cyborg is an American martial-arts cyberpunk film which stars Jean-Claude Van Damme stars as Gibson Rickenbacker – a mercenary who battles a group of murderous marauders led by Fender Tremolo (Vincent Klyn) along the East coast of the United States in […]
The Bay Area Metal scene started with Metallica in the early 80’s! Now 30 years later we pick up where this mega metal band is today! Giving a brief history of the band we jump right into “Death Magnetic”-era Metallica. And going right into today’s “Hardwired for Self […]
Running for 106 episodes in the 1970’s, The Wonderful Stories of Professor Kitzel was produced by Shamus Culhane for Krantz Films Inc. It starred Paul Soles as Professor Kitzel. The show would open with a discussion by Professor Kitzel introducing the subject. He would then take the viewer to his time machine, pull […]
Ricardo Medina Jr. (Power Rangers Wild Force, Power Rangers Samurai) has pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter for stabbing his roommate to death with a sword. Ricardo appeared in court Thursday and entered his plea. He remains behind bars without bail. Ricardo admitted to using a sword in the killing!Ricardo was arrested […]
Sony Pictures has announced a Venom movie for October 5th 2018. Here is where it gets confusing though! Reports hit last year that a Venom movie was being planned that would probably not link to Sony and Marvel’s cross-over franchise Spider-Man (with Tom Holland – Spiderman: Homecoming will be released on 7th July 2017)). Also Sony Pictures Animation […]
Written by Regina Davis, Albert Pyun, and Debra Ricci, and directed by Pyun, Alien from L.A. follows L.A. social misfit Wanda Saknussemm (Kathy Ireland) who, after being dumped by her boyfriend for “not having a sense of adventure”, is informed by a letter that her father, an archaeologist, has died. As a […]
Featuring a brand new cover, updated interior art and bonus content – this “Honor Roll” edition really sets the curve! Every day at Mayflower High, when the final bell rings, a portal opens and teenage anxieties come to monstrous life. Only one thing can stop it: The Three […]
Celebrity-socialite Reno Selleti doesn’t believe in very much beyond Instagram comments, hipster drugs, and the flash of paparazzi cameras, so when a friend invites her to an EYES WIDE SHUT-type party she goes along mostly for the lulz. But the joke doesn’t feel as funny when she realizes […]
Rocket Robin Hood was a Canadian animated television series produced by Krantz Films Inc. that took Robin Hood and placed him into space. It ran for three seasons (52 episodes in total) between 1967 and 1969. In the cartoon, Rocket Robin Hood lives in “the astonishing year 3000” on New Sherwood Forest […]
Written by Gene O’Neill, Albert Pyun and Noreen Tobin, and directed by Pyun, Down Twisted follows Maxine (Carey Lowell), a naïve, good-hearted Los Angeles waitress who does not think twice about helping her troubled roommate. The only problem is that her help lands her in Central America fleeing for her life with […]
Starz has released a brand-new trailer for the highly-anticipated original series American Gods which debuts on April 30th 2017: The trailer for Neil Gaiman’s newest adaption features Shadow Moon and Mr. Wednesday!
Actor Tony Haygarth has died at the age of 72 years old, his family has confirmed. Haygarth appeared in many roles throughout his career, The Protectors, Special Branch, Last of the Summer Wine, Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?, The Ghosts of Motley Hall, I Claudius, Warrior Queen, Holocaust, Kinvig, Rosie, […]
Experience a mesmerizing series that spans centuries! From the reign of the Mayans to the swashbuckling days of pirates, to future space travel, there is one thing that has tied various time periods together… and it is absolutely terrifying. For thousands of years a strange vessel has been […]