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Ghostbusters (1984) – A Perspective Review



There are many logos that you can look at around you on your mobile device, your drive home, inside the boob tube and thousands of other places. Only ONE conjures the answer however to the question – who you gonna’ call? In 1984, Ivan Reitman directed a special little feature film, exploring the paranormal, the … Continue reading Ghostbusters (1984) – A Perspective Review


Controversy In Comics



  Nothing stays the same forever. Everything grows, everything evolves, everything changes. Without change, things become stale, stagnant and boring. But change is scary. People fear change because they have no idea what to expect. Or worse, they think they know what to expect and dismiss it out right! Why? Because they’re afraid. And that … Continue reading Controversy In Comics


Toying Around – A Look At Horror Toys And Collectibles



As children, after watching a horror film, our minds would race with the concept of “what if I was in the movie?” Closing ourselves off in our rooms to pretend we were playing hide and seek with a Gremlin. Racing back and forth across the yard, trying to our run a bunch of Critters. Or … Continue reading Toying Around – A Look At Horror Toys And Collectibles


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“Things To Come” Promo Video 1



Welcome to 2GuysTalkingHorror’s inaugural video promo, where hosts Nicholas J. Hearne and Jason Contini fill YOU in on the podcast episodes currently in the works, as well as break down the 2GuysTalkingHorror social media presence. The 2GuysTalkingHorror Podcast Links Bar:  Subscribe via iTunes |  Subscribe via RSS Feed |  Facebook Page |  Twitter Page |  Stitcher … Continue reading “Things To Come” Promo Video 1


The Art Of It All: Some Of Our Favorite Comic Book Artists



The number of visual art forms is staggering. Film, Television, live Theater, sculptures and paintings. None of those get us more excited than comic books! They may have been deemed the cause of juvenile delinquency over an half century ago, but today, comics are finally being recognized as the legitimate art form that they are! … Continue reading The Art Of It All: Some Of Our Favorite Comic Book Artists


The Write Stuff – Some Of Our Favorite Comic Writers



The act of telling a story, much less an interesting one, is not easy. Yes, we’re taught to place words in an order so they form sentences, and those sentences are meant to create a narrative others should be able to follow and understand. But that’s not always the case. Writing a story is hard … Continue reading The Write Stuff – Some Of Our Favorite Comic Writers


Our Review of “Root Of All Evil” – Episode 9



It’s been said that you can’t squeeze blood from a stone, but what if you could shred blood, bone and soul and turn it into darkly enchanted cash? The next item up for rescue inside of Friday the 13th: The Series is a hell harken woodchipper! The kind that can easily accommodate a body and … Continue reading Our Review of “Root Of All Evil” – Episode 9


Restocked & Reloaded!



New. It can be a scary word. New usually means change and change is an even scarier word than new. But that’s what happens. Things change. Things grow. Or they curl up and die, never to be seen or heard from again. That’s not us! In the ever evolving world of pop culture podcasting, your … Continue reading Restocked & Reloaded!


Our Giant-Size Annual!



Comic book annuals have been around for a long time, but the attention they receive, especially today, are a mixed bag, compared to their ongoing titles. At their height, annuals cronicalled the most important stories of our favorite characters. And at their lowest… filler stories given to “new” talent to test their skills. To comic … Continue reading Our Giant-Size Annual!


Cycle Of The Werewolf (The Novella) Versus Silver Bullet (The Film)



Stephen King has a body of work that is ripe for adaptation. Over the decades many of his short stories and novels have been adapted into everything from feature films, television miniseries and even comic books. Depending on their faithfulness to the source material, those adaptations run the gauntlet of being surprisingly good to painfully … Continue reading Cycle Of The Werewolf (The Novella) Versus Silver Bullet (The Film)