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Kaiju of the Month: King Caesar

Once again, here at Evil Geek Cult, its that time of the month… Kaiju of the Month! Last month, we talked about everyone’s favorite Japanese turtle, Gamera. Today we dive into the mythology of Shisas with King Caesar. King Caesar # of films appeared in 3

Let's Talk About The Term "Torture Porn"

Long has horror been regarded as a fringe genre by the most straight laced of critics and cinephiles. These last few years, the genre has permeated the mainstream, gaining a more immediate acceptance by audiences and critics alike. There remains the elephant in the room, a

Maximum Ride (Netflix Movie Review): X-men Done Wrong

Year 2016 Starring Allie Marie Evans, Patrick Johnson, Lyliana Wray, Luke Gregory Crosby, Gavin Lewis, Tetona Jackson, Zayne Emory, Peter O’Brien Directed by Jay Martin Tagline (None) Synopsis Six children escape from a lab called “the School,” with the help of their caretaker.  They flee

Kaiju of the Month: Gamera, Guardian of the Universe

Welcome back to EGC’s Kaiju of the Month! It has been a long time since I added to the series so I thought it was high time to rectify that. It was originally intended to be a weekly series, but I think monthly is a

EGC Presents The Double Feature: The Conjuring/The Conjuring 2

Film #1: The Conjuring Year 2013 Starring Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor Directed by James Wan Tagline Based on the true case files of the Warrens. Synopsis Famed paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren help a family of seven combat the evil

Primal Force (TV Movie Review): Ron Perlman VS Killer Baboons

Year 1999 Starring Ron Perlman, Mark Kiely, Kimberlee Peterson, Roxana Zal Directed by Nelson McCormick Tagline None Synopsis After a corporate plane crashes on an exotic Mexican isle, a rescue team is dispatched to look for survivors. The team enlists the help of a local

Wonder Woman "Women Only" Screenings

Wonder Woman is out now and if early reviews from moviegoers and critics are to be believed, it just might be the first film in the DC Extended Universe that isn’t completely polarizing among the fanbase. As a fan, that makes me really happy. Although

Are There Limits In Horror?

Horror is about pushing boundaries as much as it is about scaring people. No other genre so regularly totes the line between what is “acceptable” and what isn’t except for satire, which is why the two have always seemed to pair together so well. Pushing boundaries