Spotlighting some of our favorite horror offierings on VRV this Halloween seaon, including Junji Ito Collection, The Evil Dead, Creepshow 2, and more!
Mithrandiel talks with Alejandra Reynoso regarding her work as Sypha on the recent Netflix hit: Castlevania.
I.Am.No.Man reviews episode 3 of Doctor Who. The Doctor and her companions travel to 1955 America to witness the first sparks of the civil rights movement.
In honor of the upcoming 2nd season, Mithrandiel revisits his review of the wonderfully animated adaptation of the classic Castlevania franchise!
I.Am.No.Man tackles Episode 2 of Doctor Who Season 11. The Doctor braves a death trap planet to find her TARDIS and bring her companions back home.
All you need to know about the season premier of Doctor Who Season 11. How does the new Doctor and her companions stack up against the history of the show?
Knights, magic, dragons and a group of heroes trying to save the world? Count me in! RogueSymbiote reviews season 1 of The Dragon Prince
Arrears in Science finishes off the Haunted Problem trilogy while also successfully ending the Blue Morpho saga that took up much of last season.
This week’s episode of the Venture Brothers wraps up the Blue Morpho saga that dominated last season while giving us more of the wonderful Red Death.
The first episode of Venture Brothers’ seventh season brings back the wonderful silliness of the Order of the Triad while giving Hank some space to be Hank.
EyeSpyeAlex shares her opinion on the growing importance of The Twilight Zone marathon and the timeless messages of Rod Serling.
Join Illusion, and Buffy, in saving the town of Sunnydale from utter destruction in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the Board Game!
TheJewphin reviews Steins;Gate 0 episode 5 – A much slower episode that provides a few new characters, development with the existing characters, and some set-up for the rest of the story.
The 100 Season 5 Episodes 2 & 3 (Review) With the arrival of episode 2 of this season of the 100, we get to see what happened inside the vault during the 6 year time skip!
The 100 has finally returned with season 5! Last season we left off with Clarke being left behind, as she sacrificed herself to save her friends. The final episode of season 4 ended with a time skip of six years, revealing Clarke was alive and well, and accompanied by a young girl named Madi.