The most terrifying thing isn't the alien, it's really Wilford Brimley.
A look back at the comic references and Easter eggs from last night's show.
Nothing could have prepared Zechs for the true horror he was about to witness with this film.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss The Big Book of Barry Ween, by Judd Winick.
This week's mainstays!
Fight corporate greed and halt the price gouging in comics by refusing to purchase any corporate comic priced at $4.99 or higher!
A look back at all the comic book references and Easter eggs from last night's show.
Paper Moon sounds like an indie song about people feeling feelings, which actually works pretty well here
If the previous slasher fare he reviewed wasn't enough, Zechs gets drilled with another entry from the golden age of slasher films, the 80s.
There is no place Zechs can run or hide from this entry of horror.
Zechs is injected with some slasher fare with this entry.
The polls are open!!!
Zechs checks out another cult classic that isn't clown related (thankfully) and surprisingly has an all-star cast and director behind it.
A thriller of the mind is the latest entry for Zechs to devour.
Unfortunately, there was no proxy to send in and Zechs had to see this one by himself.
Yes, it’s still a thing.
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