Kevin Ireland
Master of Divinity / Master of the Universe
Kevin is a husband, father, huge horror fan, and so-so pinball player. He has two adorable children, a gorgeous wife, and an addiction to all things nerdy. When he's not busy with the family, he's working at the church, watching a movie, or reading the latest issue of any number of comic books. His daily routine isn't too dissimilar from the life of Preacher, albeit a bit less violent.
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Sunday Showdown: The Friday Fighters Go Toe to Toe on SILENCE OF THE LAMBS in Honor of the Great Jonathan Demme

Silence of the Lambs is one of those films I knew all about before I first saw it given how it penetrated the cultural landscape. I mean I think even Tiny Toons referenced it constantly. So when I first saw the whole film, there were no surprises. I mean it was so impactful it means…

31 Days, Day 23: MEMETIC Shows Us the End is Nigh

Ignorance is now a choice. We have lightning fast connection to all of human information with us at all times. It changes how we communicate and how we pass information. I still have one friend that will call me to identify an obscure Muppet or remember who played that part in what movie. But other…

31 Days, Day 12: WYTCHES by Snyder and Jock is a Must Read

I was fortunate enough to spend some of the weekend up at New York Comic Con. When approaching many of the booths, vendors would ask “What are you into?”. I’d usually respond “Capes, Horror…”; that’s as far as I’d ever get before the vendor would say “Have you read Wytches?”. I had not and this…

SOUTHBOUND: Highway to the Danger Zone

Southbound is a horror anthology without that dose not resort to an overall framing device beyond it’s locations along the same lonely stretch of highway. By avoiding these overt framing like the VHS tapes in V/H/S, a previous film by these folks, each story is free to dovetail into the next in a way that…

Z for Zombie, A for Effort

When you are making a film this low-budget, you have to make up for it with heart and follow through. For me this is the attribute required to thread the difficult needle of “so bad it’s good” and miss the “intentionally bad because of irony” and “bad because of laziness.” possibilities. Those that hit this…