It’s finally here, the long-awaited name of Episode 8 of the Star Wars saga was released today and it’s title leaves with it lots of excitement, speculation and anticipation for when the film is released this December. Star Wars.com posted the new title’s image up this morning, along with this note to the fans; “We have the greatest […]
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My esteemed associates, I am overjoyed that once again join me for Derek Easley’s 31 Nights of Nightmares! In this edition, I will review “The Exorcism of Emily Rose”, which was my fiancée Megan’s movie pick of this review series (so she’ll guest review it with me) and then I’ll take a look at “Sinister 2” to […]
Hello to all you fiends, Derek Easley’s 31 Nights of Nightmares returns with a look at a horror documentary infused with politics called “Nightmares in Red White and Blue”, and then the movie that’ll make you keep your lamp on at night: “Lights Out”. But before we examine those films, I found a rampaging orc […]
Derek Easley’s 31 Nights of Nightmares is here again, with looks at “Scream Queens” on FOX (over-the-top fun), “Aftermath” on SyFy (interesting premise, but needs time to develop), and the film “Krampus” (which was delightful in every way!). But first, I caught up with my dear friend Chrissy Lynn Kyle, who is an amazing cosplayer […]
Welcome to a ghoulish and wonderful time of year, Halloweentime, where the Fall Leaves are orange, the pumpkins are ripe and carved, and the blood is red and dripping from the walls! Every year I like to celebrate by rolling out a blog series I like to call “Derek Easley’s 31 NIGHTS OF NIGHTMARES”!
On Sunday, May 22nd, 2016, close to 3000 fans of the classic 1986 John Hughes comedy, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, convened on Daley Plaza in downtown Chicago, Illinois for a live re-creation of the celebrated “Twist and Shout” parade scene from the original film. The event provided a rousing finale to the 30th Anniversary “Ferris Fest” celebration events […]
BacktotheFuture.com and Beyond the Marquee were on hand at the Petersen Automotive Museum on Wednesday, April 20th for the exclusive unveiling of the original ‘A’ car DeLorean time machine from ‘Back to the Future’. After the tarp was pulled back to reveal the fully restored and iconic car used in the movie trilogy, the […]