Lionsgate Home Entertainment is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses (2003) with a brand new Premium Box Set and SteelBook Edition of the film. Both are now available. Below is an unboxing of the box set and more details about these exciting releases.
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Movie Review: 3 From Hell
Released in 2019, 3 From Hell is the third entry in Rob Zombie’s Firefly family trilogy. Below is my review of this horror movie.
Movie Review: The Devil’s Rejects
Many argue that The Devil’s Rejects is Rob Zombie’s best film. Is it? Below is my review of this horror movie, a sequel to House of 1000 Corpses. Enjoy!
Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses 20th Anniversary Edition Premium Box Set and SteelBook Blu-ray
Lionsgate Home Entertainment will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses (2003) with a brand new Premium Box Set and SteelBook Edition of the film. Both will be available for purchase on April 11th, but the latter will be sold exclusively at Best Buy. Below are more details.
Movie Review: House Of 1000 Corpses
I’m an avid lover of horror movies and enjoy Rob Zombie’s films in this genre. Zombie’s first feature film foray into horror is House of 1000 Corpses. Below is my review of this horror cult classic.
20 Years of IMPACT: 2021
Kenny Omega’s arrival in IMPACT sent shockwaves all through the wrestling world. Omega made his in-ring debut at Hard To Kill as the team of him and The Good Brothers faced the trio of Rich Swann, Moose and Chris Sabin. Despite an impressive fight from the IMPACT trio, Omega pinned Swann and set in motion a historic title match. Swann would survive a difficult challenge against Moose at Sacrifice before an even bigger challenge was coming. At Rebellion in April, the IMPACT World Champion Rich Swann would face the AEW World Champion Kenny Omega in a Title vs. Title match.Continue reading
IMPACT Wrestling: Slammiversary Press Pass Featuring Josh Alexander & Eric Young
This Sunday, IMPACT Wrestling celebrates its 20th anniversary at Slammiversary. Josh Alexander and Eric Young took part in an IMPACT Press Pass yesterday where they answered questions from the media. Questions included those focused on their big main event, their thoughts on the 20th anniversary of IMPACT Wrestling, and more. Hosted by D’Lo Brown and featuring a special appearance by Scott D’Amore, this is one IMPACT Press Pass you don’t want to miss. Watch the full Press Pass below.Continue reading
20 Years of IMPACT: 2017
Eli Drake’s loud mouth and brash attitude immediately got attention when he debuted in 2015. From his time in The Rising to his run as King of the Mountain Champion to his rivalry with EC3 – people immediately identified him as a future World Champion. Lashley defeated Eddie Edwards to regain the title in a classic 30 Minute Iron Man at Genesis but a Gauntlet for the Gold in August for the vacant championship gave Drake his best chance yet. He overcame 20 men including former champions Eddie Edwards, Lashley and EC3 as well as the debuting Johnny IMPACT to become champion. Drake then immediately entered a rivalry with Johnny including main eventing Bound For Glory, but Drake would hang onto the title for the rest of the year.Continue reading
20 Years of IMPACT: 2016
Broken. No single word defines 2016 more. EC3 won the World Title Series to become World Champion for the second time but this would set Matt Hardy on a completely different path. After coming up short multiple times and having his crowning moment taken away from him at Bound For Glory, Matt Hardy turned to a different approach to capture the World Championship. Tyrus turned on EC3, helping Hardy capture gold and beginning the birth of “Broken” Matt Hardy. When Drew Galloway used his Feast or Fired case to take the World Championship from Matt, Matt lost it thinking his brother had betrayed him. Jeff Hardy beat Matt Hardy in an I Quit match after a Swanton Bomb from the very top of the IMPACT Zone and Matt was never the same.Continue reading
20 Years of IMPACT: 2015
From the moment he arrived in TNA in October 2013, EC3 was destined for greatness. Part of that was nepotism of course – he was Dixie Carter’s nephew after all – but the larger part was he could back it up in the ring. EC3 defeated everybody that was put in front of him – with legends like Sting, Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy, Bully Ray, Rhino, Austin Aries and Eric Young all failing to defeat the cocky upstart. For all of this he had the loyal and steadfast Rockstar Spud by his side. Many of those victories came with an assist from Spud, but after Dixie Carter was powerbombed through a table the relationship between Spud and EC3 began to fracture. This culminated in a memorable Hair vs. Hair encounter in Wembley Arena in London as a bloody and resilient Spud fought with absolutely everything he had to take down his old friend EC3, but ultimately came up short. Spud’s head was shaved bald.Continue reading