Retro cult review: The Fog (1980)

John Carpenter unleashes zombie-ghosts on a small coastal town.

Wizard World Pittsburgh: Notes from the Daredevil panel

Charlie Cox talks religion in DD and disabled actors playing disabled parts.

Van Dammage Report: In Hell

Ringo Lam sends Jean-Claude off to prison.

TV check-in: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. comes into its own

The original MCU show finds its stride in season four.

Movie review: Doctor Strange

Marvel gets on with the Abracadabra.

Bob on Stay Cool, Geek: Westworld, The Walking Dead

Also, John Wick Chapter 2 causes a fight to break out.

Van Dammage Report: Derailed

A trainwreck in more ways than one.

Movie review: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

We demanded this sequel! Maybe we shouldn't have.

Episode 27: ‘Member Scarecrow? ‘Member Our Comics on TV Episode?

Dan joins Bob and Stew to talk TV comic-book adaptations. ALL OF THEM.

Van Dammage Report: The Order

It's the one with Charlton Heston. No, really!

Bob on Stay Cool, Geek: Stranger Things

The SCG crew also talks Walking Dead, Star Wars.

Movie review: The Magnificent Seven

Antoine Fuqua tries to bring back the big Hollywood Western.

Baldwin’s Bloody Beat: Kickboxer 5: The Redemption (1995)

The unlikely action franchise hits its nadir.

Movie review: Kickboxer: Vengeance

The original gets rebooted with JCVD along for the ride.

An interview with actor Georges St-Pierre (Kickboxer: Vengeance)

Dan and Georges talk Kickboxer, Batroc, UFC.

Baldwin’s Bloody Beat: Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor (1994)

Wait, who's this dude playing Tong Po?!

An interview with director Joe Castro (Terror Toons 3)

Dan chats with the gore maestro.

Van Dammage Report: Jean-Claude Van Johnson 1.1 – “Pilot”

Please, Amazon, greenlight this to series.

Rotten Tomatoes scores are no way to judge a movie

Down with the Tomatometer!

Baldwin’s Bloody Beat: Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992)

The saga takes a turn for the ... laid back?!

Van Dammage Report: Replicant

Jean-Claude takes on dual roles ... AGAIN.

Episode 26: Worst Joker Ever

Bob and Stew talk Suicide Squad and Star Trek Beyond.