Monday, November 12, 2018

Thank You, Stan Lee

On November 12, 2018, we lost one of the all-time greats. Stan Lee, the Marvel Comics icon and legend, has passed away and this video is a thank you and an excelsior to the man, his legacy, and the imagination and wonder that he brought to so many of us. #ThankYouStanLee

Friday, November 9, 2018

My Wrestling DVD and Blu-ray Collection

Ring the bell, because we're talking 'rasslin! In this video, Heath shows his complete wrestling DVD collection! WWE, WWF, WCW, AWA, WCCW, Mid-South, New Japan, and more, this is the video that many of you have asked for. And to top it all off, you'll see parts of the collection room that have never before been seen on camera! Snap into a Slim Jim and make yourself comfortable, because this is video is all about collecting pro wrestling DVDs!

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

HorrorPack Blu-ray Subscription Unboxing!

HorrorPack is a monthly horror movie subscription service that sends a shipment of four chiller films to your door every single month. Thanks to for sending this October Blu-ray box to Cereal At Midnight so that we could open it on camera and show it to YOU.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Atari Flashback 9: Pros and Cons

Let's go RETRO! The Atari Flashback 9 is now popping up in stores and this new plug and play emulation machine offers some improvements over previous models as well as some setbacks. But with developer AtGames under fire from both companies and consumers alike, is it worth a purchase? The answer might surprise you.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Abominable (2006) and Why This Bigfoot Film Matters to You by Joshua Jabcuga

What strange times we live in. With streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Shudder, one would think for the price of several monthly subscriptions, film lovers would have access to a vast virtual library of movies. Most of the services are not curated, and users are often faced with the dilemma of scrolling through titles for hours on end, like a compass needle spinning aimlessly.

Many of the digital subscription services are focused on creating their own content. Their logic (and business strategy): why pay a studio to license a film library when you can produce your own content and maintain the rights in perpetuity? That’s a problem if you’re a fan of older movies or low budget films that didn’t make a profit. Netflix isn’t keen on stocking their “virtual video store” with these titles. There’s really no depth or breadth.

And you’re expecting 24/7/365 access to those movies you “own” with your monthly membership? Sorry, pal. 

Friday, November 2, 2018

Massive Mill Creek DVD / Blu-ray Collection Update!

In this MASSIVE DVD and Blu-ray collection update video, it's all about Mill Creek Entertainment! From some new releases to the VHS slipcover trend to an underrated Chuck Norris flick, and finally to one of the biggest box sets you've ever seen, Mill Creek is a true friend to the genre movie fan!