Author Archives: Kim Brown

Remade and Remastered Part I

I figured that since I submitted by ‘Nightmares on Netflix’ piece late this week, that at the very least, I should offer all you guys a little something extra. With Fright Night having just hit/stab/slice/chop theatres across the country, and it being talked about on one of our most recent podcasts, I’ve decided to take […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Idle Hands

“Yeah, well, we weren’t in Hell! I mean, there was this bright white light at the end of a long tunnel, right? And there was these chicks’ voices, and that music… kinda uncool music, like, Enya. And these chicks’ voices, they were saying, “come to us, come towards the light.” We figured, fuck it, I […]

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The Queen of Sharks: An Interview with Gail Simone Part I

Writing this interview made me almost as nervous as getting the opportunity to sit down with the writer who made me care about superheroes again. For the majority of my comic book reading experience, I had been focusing on independent titles. It wasn’t until I went to Emerald City Comic Con a few years ago […]

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The Queen of Sharks: An Interview with Gail Simone Part II

Continued from Part I Kim: Is there anyone out there who you love to work with? Or anyone that you’ve always wanted to work with but have yet to get the chance? Gail: Oh my gosh! Well, any of the Kuberts would be great. I have just been so lucky to work with the people […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Paranormal Activity 2

It’s strange getting to do a review of a movie that’s come out in the last couple of years. What’s stranger still is that only the -second- film of this growing franchise is up on Canadian Netflix. It’s sort of a shame, considering that I do enjoy the first so much more, it was reminiscent […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Devour

“Some people worship Satan for power.. money. Me? I did it for the women. There were more chicks willing to get down at a Black Mass than at a Judas Priest concert.” ~ Tattoo Artist What do you get when you mix Adam Gross (writer of the DOA movie) and David Winkler (director of A […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: I Know What You Did Last Summer

Nightmares on Netflix-I Know What You Did Last Summer

“You got a letter? I got run over, Helen gets her hair chopped off, Julie gets a dead body in her trunk, and you get a letter? Oh, that’s balanced!” ~Barry The 1990s focused heavily on their teenage ‘victims’. Lots of sequels started out the decade (Child’s Play, The Leprechaun), and even while more metafictional […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Tamara

“Sorry, Mrs. Natolly. Tamara wants you dead.” ~Patrick What do you get when you mix a unattractive high school student, witchcraft and a terrible prank gone wrong? Well, I’ll tell you: a really mediocre (if not awful) mix of both Carrie and I Know What You Did Last Summer. Tamara was released in 2005 and […]

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Child’s Play: An Interview with Ethan Nicolle

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you wrote down every thing that a kid might say? That was how Axe Cop was came to be. What started out as two brothers simply playing together has exploded into a viral success story. During a family visit over the holidays, Malchai was running around with […]

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Brooklyn’s Finest: An Interview with Jimmy Palmiotti

He’s known for writing some of the most brutally violent comics for either of the mainstream companies, most notably Jonah Hex, so you might assume that he’s gruff, surly and just as mean as the characters he writes down on the page. Not to disappoint any fans who want him to be like the people […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Fright Night

Nightmares on Netflix: Fright Night

“Apparently your generation doesn’t want to see vampire killers anymore, nor vampires either. All they want to see slashers running around in ski masks, hacking up young virgins.” ~ Peter Vincent, Vampire Killer Keeping with the 1980s theme of our podcasts and with the news of a remake in the works, I decided to take […]

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Some Assembly Required: An Interview with Brickwares

Dave Ware has been creating LEGO Mosaics since 2006. Dave is an avid LEGO fan, and part of the worldwide LEGO community, attending and displaying at various annual events. Dave’s award winning pieces have been on display in both Canada and the United States. His 2009 piece “To The Stars” won the Best Mosaic prize […]

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Nightmares on Netflix: Prince of Darkness

To keep in theme with our 80s Themed Podcasts, I’ve decided to go back in time and review some of the 1980s horror films that I missed out on – though it’s very likely that I just avoided these films like the plague. “I thought it would be interesting to create some sort of ultimate […]

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Ebb and Flow: An Interview with Francis Manapul

Born in Manila, Francis immigrated to Canada 20 years ago and now calls Toronto home. It was in the Phillipines, where English is taught as a second language, that he was first exposed to comic books and it seems that it’s been his driving passion ever since. He’s known for beginning his career in the […]

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Fashionable & Nerdy: An Interview with Rapscallion Clothing & Design

Nerd fashion has been on the rise. No longer are those who are prone to playing video games, reading comics and watching Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror movies, restricted to sweat pants and ill fitted t-shirts. Now, we are offered a variety of options; from Captain America patriotic hoodies to the Tron flavored blazer, and […]

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