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[Theater Thursday] PopCultHQ Presents: ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’- Cult Classic

“I’m just a sweet transvestite, from Transsexual Transylvania” - Dr. Frank-N-Furter As Halloween draws ever closer, every kind of monster movie gets dusted off and played nationwide again. And there is no film more kooky or beloved than this cult classic. The year is 1975, a time that saw Charlie Chaplin

[Theater Thursdays] PopCultHQ Presents: ‘The Invisible Man’ – Shocking Classic Horror

“Are you satisfied now! You fools! It's easy, really, if you're clever! A few chemicals mixed together. That's all. And flesh and blood and bones just - fade away.” - The Invisible Man. For this week’s spooky movie, it's time to take another trip in time. The year on this cinematic

Islamophobia Explored in New Horror Series INFIDEL by Pornsak Pichetshote & Aaron Campbell

INFIDEL—A NEW HORROR SERIES THAT EXPLORES ISLAMOPHOBIA  Bestselling writer and former Vertigo editor Pornsak Pichetshote and artist Aaron Campbell give horror a new name in the forthcoming INFIDEL set to launch from Image Comics this March 2018. Rife with political undertones, the new series will explore Islamophobia through a haunting and chilling

[Trailer] Marvel & 20th Century Fox Debut First Look at ‘New Mutants’

"Last question...do you know what mutants are?" Friday the 13th. A day associated with bad luck and horror flicks. It is also the day in which Marvel and 20th Century Fox decide to drop the first trailer for 2018's highly-anticipated film 'New Mutants.' A departure from previous X-Men movies, 'New Mutants' is

Artist Alex Ross and Sideshow Collectibles Unveil ‘Universal Monsters’ Collection

SIDESHOW AND ALEX ROSS REVEAL UNIVERSAL MONSTERS COLLECTION! "Growing up, these were the monsters of all monsters…" – Alex Ross Sideshow and Alex Ross Art have announced a new exclusive set of limited edition fine art lithograph prints inspired by the Universal Monsters  from comic book legend Alex Ross! Fans were able to see full canvas editions at the Alex

[Theater Thursdays] PopCultHQ Presents: ‘Pit and the Pendulum’- Frightful Classic

”You will die in agony. Die!” - Don Nicholas Medina It’s October now, and Halloween season is here. That means for the entire month, devoted readers of these articles will be treated to some rather frightful classic cinema. It’s time now to journey back to 1961. This was the year that saw

PopCultHQ Comic Book Review: MANIFEST DESTINY #30 from Image Comics

PopCultHQ received a review copy of Manifest Destiny #30 from Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment. Available August 9th, 2017, the creative team for this series features writing from Chris Dingess, art from Matthew Roberts, colors by Owen Gieni, and lettering from Pat Brosseau. Here's PopCultHQ's spoiler-free review of...   Manifest Destiny #30 Writer: Chris Dingess Artist:

Influential Films in Pop Culture History: ‘Ghostbusters’ – Ghosts and Giggles Galore

“See you on the other side Ray.”- Peter Venkman “Nice working with you Dr. Venkman” - Ray Stanz It's time to take a journey back to 1984. President Ronald Reagan calls for an international ban on the use of chemical weapons, Michael Jackson wins a total of 8 Grammy Awards, the

#SDCC2017: AMC Kicks Off Comic-Con International Early, Announces TWD Season Eight Premiere Date

Season seven of AMC's The Walking Dead had a lot of people talking...and not in the best of ways. After a smashing season opener, the series became weekly focuses on individual characters with not as much plot development. Some of the decisions made by the studio were met with chagrin

[Interview] Sandy King Carpenter & James Ninness Discuss John Carpenter’s ‘Tales of Science Fiction’

Sandy King Carpenter has been working in film media since the 70’s, primarily as a script supervisor. She has worked on almost every form of media including TV, film and animation with many of the big names in those productions. While working on Starman in 1984, she met John Carpenter; four

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