The Gold Standard: Let's Talk Future's End

Let's talk about the first fourteen issues, shall we? »»

Images Of Diamond Select Toys Universal Monsters Select Figures

Here are some new pics, and details on the upcoming DST Universal Monsters Select 7" figures! Creature from the Black Lagoon Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water! Diamond Select Toys revisits the Black Lagoon with this al »»

I, Frankenstein - Review

Because "I, Feces" Isn’t Appropriate Language In Public »»

Demythify: The Top 10 DC Comics New 52 Time Anomalies For The New 52: Futures End 2014 Weekly Series

The first few years of the DC New 52 have been building to this? »»

DVD Review: The Sorcerers

The next time Halloween rolls around, be sure to schedule The Sorcerers during your Karloff movie night. »»

Ruby Sparks - Review

The perfect woman is but a few keystrokes away »»

Universal Announces Classic Monsters Collection For Blu-ray

Universal scares up a new Classic Monsters box set, just in time for Halloween. »»

New Info on Mezco's Frankenstein

Mezco released this press release on it's upcoming 9" Frankenstein! 
New York- Mezco proudly presents one of the world's most famous monsters…Frankenstein! Constructed by the infamous Dr Frankenstein from corpses, and resurrected by curious ma »»

Blu-ray Review: Frankenhooker

This low budget tribute to Frankenstein dared to let a man not merely become God, but a pimp. »»

Spoilers: DCnU's First Crossover Revealed in DC Solicits

We at Comics Nexus know that reading solicits can be hazardous to the avoiding of spoilers in comics, so in our continuing effort to endeavor to help make your comic reading as enjoyable as possible, we'll be taking a look at Marvel and DC's solicits each month, and posting those with spoilers separately for those with interest… and so those of you who don't want to know can properly avoid these. »»

New Comics On Sale – Week of October 12, 2011

Nexus's weekly look at what's new in your comic shop. »»

Nuts And Bolts: Aaron Eckhart To Star In I, Frankenstein

This ain't no Frankenstein that Mary Shelley envisioned. »»

DC Relaunch Review: Frankenstein: Agent of Shade #1 by Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli

Well, big weirdness in comics works, right?  And, hey, this one isn't even a Jack Kirby concept! »»

New Comics On Sale – Week of September 14, 2011

Nexus's weekly look at what's new in your comic shop. »»

DC Comics Relaunch: DC Adding EIGHT Supernatural Series Including JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK

RESURRECTION MAN IS BACK!!! AND is that a Wild CAT's heroine that gets a DC title? »»

Scary Movies (and Super Creeps) — Nightmares in Red, White and Blue

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue does an admirable job at providing a sense of history and importance to a genre that is often overlooked or (worse) looked down at. »»

Guillermo del Toro Loads His Plate With Multiple Projects

Filmmakers upcoming slate includes Pinocchio, The Haunted Mansion, a television show and a horror film. »»

Hammer Films: Icons of Suspense Collection - DVD Review

This is a exceptional collection of tense tales from Hammer. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Phantom of the Paradise

We regret to inform our readers that writer Robert Saucedo has sold his soul for rock and roll. »»

The Mel Brooks Collection - Blu-ray Review

This box set manages to be both amazing and frustrating. »»

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - Blu-ray Review

This movie is melodrama city. »»

Monster Squad: The Complete Series - DVD Review

It’s like Night at the Museum except cooler since instead of overexposed Ben Stiller, we get Gopher from The Love Boat. »»

Bela and Boris Tag Team Release This Halloween

Good news for those who enjoy a little classic horror around Halloween, Karloff & Lugosi Horror Classics is scheduled to pop up in October. Here's the press release from Warner Home Video: »»

Igor - Blu-ray Review

There’s not enough mad scientist action for little kids. Way too many times when an insane techno wizard is presented on TV, he’s forcing more nutrients into a granola bar or rice cake. They’re not out to destroy the world or make us live in fear of the dark. A majority of them are passed off as merely being misunderstood. Igor is a CGI animated film that dares to give us diabolical scientists who aren’t kind on the inside. They’re not adapting their spooky experiments to enhance a holiday like The Nightmare Before Christmas. Their goal while tinkering in the lab is to make the world fear their genius. »»

The Munsters: The Complete Series - DVD Review

For kids growing up on a diet of plastic fangs, Famous Monsters of Filmland magazines and the Universal Monsters on the Creature Double Feature, The Munsters were the greatest family on TV. Frankenstein as the dad, a vampire for a mom, a werewolf f »»

Haunted Histories Collection: Volume Two - DVD Review

The History Channel and A&E have continued this series with a second collection in which they touch on various haunted topics that many people overlook. In the first set we were introduced to Halloween, random hauntings, vampires, poltergeists, and witches. This time around things take a slightly different turn and while hauntings are still included here, they are much more specific. Haunted houses, zombies, voodoo rituals, and the Frankenstein monster all make their debuts in this collection to let everyone get a feel for the more intricate historical side of horror. »»

Van Helsing Collector's Edition - DVD Review

Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, and Michael Myers are all names that people fear in this day and time. One will get you while you're at camp, another can get you in your dreams, and the third will come right into your neighborhood and kill you without thinking twice. All use creative and also crude methods of disposing of their victims, but still they're not the monsters which I fear most when someone mentions horror films. The original gang of monsters is those that not only stalked and killed their victims, but they did it with style. The Wolfman, Frankenstein, and Count Dracula knew how to take you out, but also knew how to very calmly instill fear into your heart. Yet, there's always an Ahab waiting to get rid of them and that's where Van Helsing comes in. »»

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