Mark Hamill Might Be Known As A Jedi But His Voice Will Live In Villainy Infamy

Pop Culture QuestFor forty-plus years now Mark Hamill has been a household name. Hamill’s work in Star Wars as Luke Skywalker the apprentice turned Jedi master was box office gold and inspired a generation of future storytellers including Kevin Smith, but more on that later. Mark Hamill might be known as a Jedi, but his voice has found the Darkside, and he has been making quite the impact as a voice actor. Hamill started voicing Joker all the way back in the early ’90s. The Joker is quite possibly Batman’s greatest enemy.  And fans seemed to be overjoyed to have Hamill take the voice and give it’s his take. Then in 2019 horror fans and the world alike were shocked to hear that Hamill would be the voice of Chucky. Yes, everyone’s favorite knee-high serial killer from the 80’s that scared me, and little kids everywhere. This knew Chucky was not in the same realm of the Don Mancini creation, but an entire new adaption. Fans were mixed about the new adaption but were happy to see Hamill’s name attached. Now let’s …

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Conspiracy Theorists Claim Ancient Greek Sculpture Depicts A Laptop Computer

(PCM) Conspiracy theorists are now claiming solid evidence of time travel, as they feel the ancient Greek sculpture, “Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant” depicts the female assistant holding a laptop computer with two USB ports. Historians are countering this claim by saying that this assistant is actually holding a wax tablet, however… Read More

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Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox Reveals Astronomicon Details, What He Nerds Out Over And More!

We were able to catch up with Jamie Madrox, one half of the Detriot rap duo Twiztid, who have put together an absolutely amazing third year of their pop culture convention Astronomicon which takes place on February 7th through the 9th in Sterling Heights, Michigan. In this interview, we discuss the many ways in which Astronomicon has continued to grow as it enters its’ third year, the guests that are booked, what Madrox “nerds” out over, plans for new music from Twiztid and more. Q: How excited are you for this third year of Astronomicon? JAMIE MADROX: I’m super excited. I’ve watched it grow like my children over the years and I’ve seen it starting to become its’ own thing and it’s becoming independent on its’ own. Much like human life, it’s getting bigger as it grows which is a good thing! I don’t have complaints … I’m excited, very excited to say the least. Q: We truly feel like we have watched this convention grow with bigger and bigger talent and more. JM: Absolutely! We try not to get …

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Interview With Horror Icon Bill Moseley Who Is Set To Appear At Astronomicon

The name of actor Bill Moseley and the horror genre go hand in hand, as he has starred in a slew of cult classic films such as “Repo! The Genetic Opera”, “House Of 1,000 Corpses”, The Devil’s Rejects” and the most recent “3 From Hell”. Moseley’s first big role in the horror genre came from playing the character of Chop Top in “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2”. Moseley also went on to appear in the HBO series “Carnivale” and is also an accomplished musician performing with the likes of Buckethead and Phil Anselmo to only name a few. We recently had a chance to catch up with Bill Moseley ahead of his upcoming appearance at Twiztid’s Astronomicon which will be taking place in Sterling Heights, Michigan. At Astronomicon Moseley will be offering fans a rare opportunity for a very special photo op of him in the infamous Chop Top make-up. During our conversation, Moseley talks about bringing the character of Chop Top to life, interacting with fans, how he still owns the Chop Top costume and how he would like …

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Clerks Duo Set To Reunite At Astronomicon 3, Exclusive Interview With Brian O’Halloran

Every fan of Kevin Smith’s early film “Clerks” should certainly be aware of actor Brian O’Halloran who played disgruntled convenience store clerk Dante in the 1994 cult classic. To this very day his signature phrase “I’m not even supposed to be here today!” is without a doubt one of the most infamous film quotes of all time and O’Halloran still enjoys every moment interacting with fans and his View Askew family. O’Halloran is set to appear, along with his “Clerks” co-star Jeff Anderson at the upcoming Astronomicon convention taking place in Sterling Heights, Michigan curated and founded by rappers Twiztid. This will mark the first time that the pair have appeared at a convention together which certainly has fans buzzing. O’Halloran appeared at the first Astronomicon convention back in 2018. The appearance is also in celebration of “Clerks” 25th anniversary. We had a chance to catch up with Brian O’Halloran via phone to discuss his upcoming Astronomicon appearance where he spoke to us about his initial expectations when they were first making “Clerks” saying that he had only hoped to …

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THEORY Tackles Domestic Violence, Racism, Politics and Anxiety on New Album “Say Nothing”

THEORY is back with a new album called Say Nothing, continuing on their path of social commentary that propelled them to massive mainstream success with their previous album, featuring “Rx (Medicate)”. Say Nothing features lead single “History of Violence,” a powerful story of domestic violence, which has already racked up more than 4 million collective streams and is currently #4 at Active …

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Queensrÿche at Music Box in San Diego

Seattle-based hard rock legend Queensrÿche returned to San Diego, California, playing the Music Box on January 29, 2020. On this leg of the hugely successful tour supporting “The Verdict”, they are joined by guitar wizard John 5 (Rob Zombie) and Eve To Adam. The San Diego show was extra special as the band took time …

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Rare Palindrome Occurs On February 2, 2020 That Hasn’t Occurred In Over 900 Years

In the year 2020, the date of February 2nd is shaping up to be very unique for a variety of reasons. Not only is it Groundhog Day, as well as, Super Bowl Sunday, but it just so happens to be the date of a very rare palindrome that hasn’t occurred in over 900 years.  Palindrome […]

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What You Will Find on Disney+ in February 2020

Gather the kiddos this February for a variety of options on Disney+ Saturday, February 1 Around The World In 80 Days Big Business The Sandlot Wicked Tuna (Season 1-2) Sunday, February 2 Descendants 3 Wednesday, February 5 Toy Story 4 Friday, February 7 Diary of a Future President: Episode 104 – “The National Mall” Disney […]

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Mount Rushmore’s Mysterious Hidden Room

(PCM) The Presidential faces carved into the surface of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota is one of the most recognizable landmark monuments in the United States, but did you know that they contain a bit of mystery as well? There happens to be a hidden room located just behind Abraham Lincoln’s hairline that was planned… Read More

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