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The International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival continues after the weekend, with the majority of the showcase features, and many I’ve looked forward to most.
The five features we saw on Sunday were some of the most enjoyable of the event, with ‘Bad Exorcists’ being a fun way to kick off the day…
Sets of local short films attracted big crowds on Saturday, always the busiest day of the festival as people who don’t take time off from work show up en masse,
We screened five features and two sets of shorts on Friday, many of which were accompanied by Q&As from the filmmakers. Here are capsule reviews of what we saw.
If you dig the arts, there’s plenty to do this Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday afternoon we took a trip over the hills and far away to that mystical place called northwest Glendale to check out ASU West’s DevCon fan convention.
Got those low down mind messin’ no-cash-for-comic-con blues? Don’t fret young Jedi, ASU West has you covered with their second annual free DevCon fan convention,
Man playing God is usually not good thing unless it takes place at the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival and this year’s event has that motif covered.
What do you get when you mix Victorian era science-fiction with an old Western town nestled into a beautiful desert locale?
As a comic book fan, I had to ask Kevin Eastman why their first issue was a little larger than a standard-sized comic.
Endgame Bar and The Gaming Zone will be holding a tournament for a good cause and a trip into the gaming world of yesterday year this Saturday.
This Saturday, March 14, Dreadnought Comics is hosting their first annual Art Expo, featuring local comic book artists.
Utilizing space age tech we communicated with director Jason Neulander and dissected his brain to uncover all you need to know about The Intergalactic Nemesis.
Saturday and Sunday Mesa will be invaded by sludge-monsters from the planet Zygon when “The Intergalactic Nemesis” stage show lands at the Mesa Arts Center.