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A Look at The Art of Monsters vs. Aliens
Of the many, many parodies/tributes of horror and sci-fi I've seen over the years, DreamWorks Animation's Monsters vs. Aliens (2009) remains one of my all-time favorites. It's got everything for which a fan of Atomic Age creature features could ask: smart h...

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A Look at Alien: The Weyland-Yutani Report
With Alien: Covenant inching closer to its May release date, I thought I would take a gander at one of the Alien franchise's more ambitious publications: Alien: The Weyland-Yutani Report by S.D. Perry, with illustrations provided by Markus Pansegrau and Joh...

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3D Blu-ray Review: It Came from Outer Space
In case you haven't noticed from any of my other blog posts, the life of geekhood involves countless obsessions with various pop culture artifacts. One of my recurring fixations is with 3D entertainment, a fixation that has been greatly satiated by the rele...

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Shogun Warriors and Robotech Get Downsized by Super7
Given pop culture's never-ending focus on nostalgia, it stands to reason that reissued merchandise from popular TV shows, movies and cartoons keep popping up in stores, catalogs, and other places where such items are sold. However, what is being released no...

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Giallo Revisited: Luciano Onetti's Sonno Profondo and Francesca
I've been hearing rumors that a few independent filmmakers are trying to revive the Italian horror subgenre of giallo, a type of murder mystery film that was made in Italy during the '60s, '70s and early '80s. With so many gialli finally seeing the light of...

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Great Moments in Licensed Superhero Toy History: The Lego Batman Movie
This weekend marks the debut of The Lego Batman Movie . Even though it is a semi-sequel to The Lego Movie from 2014, it's also a spin-off from and satire of the live-action Batman movies (and all things Batman in general). I probably won't see this film at ...

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Making the Mundane Monstrous: Review of The Neon Demon and Let's Be Evil
Horror is at its most effective when it takes something ordinary and recasts it as something terrifying. However, such a feat is easier said than done, which brings me to two 2016 films that I recently watched: The Neon Demon and Let's Be Evil . Both try to...

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Avenger Assembly Required: A Look at Lego Marvel's Avengers
Old habits die hard ... especially those concerning Lego video games that are based on my favorite franchises. I picked up a copy of Lego Marvel's Avengers a few weeks ago for a number of reasons. I really enjoyed the previous entry, Lego Marvel Super Heroe...

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Undead Updates: Zombie Miracle Diets and Zombie Holiday Fun
It's been a few weeks of multiple, consecutive technical difficulties, but I'm finally back to blogging here at Titans, Terrors and Toys. While I've been away, a new TV show that's set to premiere on Netflix on February 3 has caught my depraved attention: S...

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