Friday, September 22, 2017

Neil A. Cohen Exit Zero at The NJ Horror Con & Film Festival



Some of the best books are made into horror films and the authors at The NJ Horror-con and Film Festival are bringing the creativity in hordes. Zombie hordes according to Neil A. Cohen and his book Exit Zero.

A zombie outbreak that starts in New Jersey. If ever there were one, New Jersey is a certainly a realistic place to set the scene for a story about the zombie apocalypse. At least that's what Cohen thought when he created his latest series. An outbreak, a battle down the parkway for survival all based in New Jersey. There's a lot more to see at the NJ Horror Con,
check out Mr. Cohen's interview:

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Marvel's The Punisher's New Netflix Trailer

Be warned, this latest trailer for Marvel's The Punisher that is coming to Netflix soon will make you very, very impatient and possibly cause some headbangers to headbang.

Check it out.


Friday, September 15, 2017

Daniel Cormier "Lay off Jon Jones"

Photo: Ed Carbajal

After being reinstated as light heavyweight champion this week, Daniel Cormier had some words of support for his rival, Jon Jones. In social media post, Cormier thanked fans for their support after the loss, then with everything that ensued after with Jones testing positive for a banned substance.

After telling fans to "lay off Jon Jones," Cormier added:

"After the fight Jones showed compassion, regardless of what has happened as humans we must show compassion. Jon is not on this ride alone, remember this man has a family. Let's respect that."
You can read the entire post below:

Life can be such a roller coaster. I think sometimes you have to just take a moment and breathe it in. You never know what's gonna come your way. You try and handle it the best way you can. One thing that has been amazing is the support from you the fans. I have never felt so much love. It's crazy because this all happened when I lost. Guys now I call upon you to take a breathe, lay off of Jones. Let him and his team figure out what's going on and what happened. I was down and some may have kicked me but the majority of you showed compassion and love. After the fight Jones showed compassion, regardless of what has happened as humans we must show compassion. Jon is not on this ride alone, remember this man has a family. Let's respect that. You don't show ur support for me by hurting others. Again I thank you for ur unbelievable support and I trust that you guys will come thru again. DC 📷@layziethesavage
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Cormier, a life-long competitor has always taken losses very seriously and this shows why he is, as Jones put it at the end of UFC 214, "a model champion." Do you think fans will listen and lay off?