Toxic and Troubling Fandoms: A Discussion with John Kenneth Muir

by Jeff Fountainon February 16, 2018
While investing the negativity now oozing into fandoms, I found that Star Trek: Discovery, The X-Files and Star Wars to have the largest following of fans and their angry and entitled opinions. So, I enlisted the help of literary critic and author John Kenneth Muir, who has written over twenty reference books in the world […]

Comic Book Men’s Mike Zapcic Talks New Season, Comic World

by Jeff Fountainon October 21, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk with Mike Zapcic about all things comics and the upcoming seventh season of Comic Book Men. You started reading comics at a very young age. Do you remember a specific moment when you realized just how much you enjoyed comics and what it was about them that was […]

Interview: Tree Adams

by Jeff Fountainon October 4, 2017
From rock and roll to composing to graphic novels, Tree Adams has enjoyed a very interesting career. Recently we had to chat with him about his life in music and now graphic novels, talking about the challenges and rewards of being in the entertainment business for over twenty years. So were you always interested in […]

Interview: J. Van Auken Talks Movie Business, Revelator

by Jeff Fountainon October 2, 2017
Recently we had a chance to talk to J. Van Auken, who was a busy man for the movie Revelator, taking on directing, acting, writing and producing. You’ve done acting, directing and writing. What was it that initially got you interested in the movie business? J. Van Auken: I had been fooling around with cameras […]

Guillermo del Toro talks At Home With Monsters Exhibition at Art Gallery of Ontario

by Jeff Fountainon September 29, 2017
With his new exhibition At Home With Monsters getting ready to open to the public tomorrow, Sept 30th, filmmaker/director/novelist Guillermo del Toro sat down with the media to talk about the content of the show and where some of his inspiration came from. One thing that strikes you right away about the man, besides that […]

Interview: Amy Matysio

by Jeff Fountainon September 28, 2017
Recently we had a chance to talk to actor Amy Matysio about all things horror including WolfCop, while she was at this year’s Toronto Fan Expo. What was it that got you into acting? Amy: When I was very young I started with music, then dance and eventually found my way into the theater. I […]

Star Trek: Discovery Cast Greets Fans, Tells All (Not Really) During Toronto’s Fan Expo

by Jeff Fountainon September 19, 2017
Star Trek has been blessed with quite a loyal fan base over the years, even with underachieving TV series to shall we say, less than stellar movies. Now, Trek fans have a new television series on the horizon, Star Trek Discovery, and after a few brief clips, it’s been fandom overload in terms of deciphering […]

A71 Entertainment to distribute Black Fawn’s horror feature ‘The Heretics’

by Jeff Fountainon September 6, 2017
A71 Entertainment has acquired the Canadian rights from Breakthrough Entertainment to distribute the horror feature The Heretics. A71 and Breakthrough will also be partnering with Black Fawn Distribution to help bring home the occult thriller to horror fans across Canada in early 2018. Directed by Chad Archibald (Bite, The Drownsman), produced by Black Fawn Films […]

Black Fawn’s “Queens of Horror” Descend on Toronto’s Fan Expo!

by Jeff Fountainon August 29, 2017
Black Fawn Distribution has announced their full guest schedule for this year’s Fan Expo happening this weekend (August 31st – September 3rd) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Appearing throughout the weekend at Black Fawn Distribution’s official booth (#5321 in the North Building) will be “The Queens of Horror” featuring Tianna Nori (The Sublet, The Demolisher, Save […]

Robert Kirkman is Not Ending Walking Dead….. Yet

by Michael MacPhersonon July 22, 2017
With the Walking Dead comic book having been running now for quite some time with a continuous storyline, one might start to wonder how will it end? When will it end? Who will be there when it does end? You could imagine that even the writer of Walking Dead himself Robert Kirkman could not have […]