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    Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best Blu-ray & UHD Releases Of 2021!

    Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best Blu-ray & UHD Releases Of 2021!


    2021 was not a great year for a lot of us, but just the same, we here at Rock! Shock! Pop! were once again lucky enough to review a lot of the really great releases that have come out in the last twelve months. Continuing the tradition started a few years ago, it's once again time to look back at the best of the best. So without further ado, here are our favorite titles that we were able to write up this year, ranked in no particular order and based on the ever important mix of ...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop! At The Big Apple Comic Con, July 17th, 2021!

    Rock! Shock! Pop! At The Big Apple Comic Con, July 17th, 2021!



    Yesterday, July 17th, 2021, saw the first proper comic convention come to New York City since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. As anyone who watched the news in 2020 will recall, New York City, due to its density and massive population, got hit extremely hard early on and as such, things were shut down for quite a while to stop the spread and help get the positivity rate under control. Hospitals were filled up, people got sick and far too many people lost their lives. It
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best Blu-ray & UHD Releases Of 2020!

    Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best Blu-ray & UHD Releases Of 2020!

    2020 fucking sucked, but just the same, we here at Rock! Shock! Pop! were once again lucky enough to review a lot of the really great releases that have come out in the last twelve months. Continuing the tradition started a few years ago, it's once again time to look back at the best of the best. So without further ado, here are our favorite titles that we were able to write up this year, ranked in no particular order and based on the ever important mix of entertainment value and quality...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best DVD & Blu-ray Releases Of 2019!

    Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best DVD & Blu-ray Releases Of 2019!


    2019 has come and gone and once again, we here at Rock! Shock! Pop! have been lucky enough to review a lot of the really great releases that have come out in the last twelve months. Continuing the tradition started a few years ago, it's once again time to look back at the best of the best. So without further ado, here are our favorite titles that we were able to write up this year, ranked in no particular order and based on the ever important mix of entertainment value and quality...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best DVD & Blu-ray Releases Of 2018!

    Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best DVD & Blu-ray Releases Of 2018!


    2018 was, by anyone's standards, a damn fine year for cult film releases on home video - be it DVD, Blu-ray or 4k UHD. We here at Rock! Shock! Pop! have been lucky enough to review a lot of the really great releases that have come out in the last twelve months and hey, since it's New Year's Eve, why not take a look back at some of the best? So without further ado, here are our favorite titles that we were able to write up this year, ranked in no particular order and based o...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best Of 2017

    Rock! Shock! Pop!'s Best Of 2017

    The last few years have seen a resurgence in the popularity of cult titles on DVD and especially Blu-ray and for fans, well, 2017 was an embarrassment of riches. We hear at R!S!P! have been privileged enough to have the opportunity to review a lot of the best and most interesting to come out this year, and with 2018 just a few short hours away, why not look back on the last twelve months? So without further ado, here are our favorite titles that we were able to write up this year, ranked in...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop! Visits The Archive In Bridgeport, CT

    Rock! Shock! Pop! Visits The Archive In Bridgeport, CT



    Writing an article about a store visit isn't something that we normally do around these here parts, but once in a while there is a reason to make an exception. Case in point? The guys that run Vinegar Syndrome have opened up a brick and mortar retail store called The Archive in Bridgeport, CT. Why does that matter to readers of this site? Because in an age where online sales seem to be killing physical stores (R.I.P. Mondo Kim's of NYC!), doing something like this is kind of
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Friday The 13th: The Game

    Friday The 13th: The Game


    By Alex Kattke

    Released on: May 26th, 2017

    Developed by: Illfonic
    Published by: Gun Media
    Platform: Steam Note: this review pertains to the PC version on Steam. This is not a reflection of the game's current state on Xbox One or Playstation 4. Friday the 13th is regarded as the big bad motherfucker of the Slasher movie sub-genre and not needing much in the way of introduction. Any horror fan has most likely seen most of the films in the franchise and ha...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop! At Five Points Fest - New York City, NY May 20th & 21st 2017

    Rock! Shock! Pop! At Five Points Fest - New York City, NY May 20th & 21st 2017


    The first, of what will hopefully be a recurring Five Points Festival kicked off yesterday at Pier 36 on the Lower East Side riverfront of New York City. The two day festival, curated by Clutter Magazine and presented Midtown Comics, “is a collision of toys, comics, and counterculture.” Unlike a regular comic or toy convention, Five Points focuses the more artisanal aspect of the toy and comic industry. As such, most of the attendees had a connection to indy or small...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Arthouse and Grindhouse: Blurred Lines.

    Arthouse and Grindhouse: Blurred Lines.

    Arthouse and Grindhouse: Blurred Lines.
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    lexander Kattke It opens in black and white in slow motion. Pleasant chamber music plays to create a contrast. A middle-aged couple are shown fucking. We cut to the balls slamming against the wife's ass. A young boy enters the room unaware of what's happening in front of him. The child continues wandering throughout this home and falls -majestically- out of a window to his death. The film's title appears after we fade away. Grainy home movie-li...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop's Top DVD And Blu-ray Releases Of 2016!

    Rock! Shock! Pop's Top DVD And Blu-ray Releases Of 2016!



    2016 was an absolutely awesome year for DVD and especially Blu-ray releases, proving once again that physical media is far from dead. While we're not able to cover everything here at Rock! Shock! Pop!, we manage to cover a lot - and from that coverage we're pleased to present our picks for the best DVD and Blu-ray releases from the last twelve months. Truly we live in an age of miracles! So without further ado and presented in no particular order our Top Releases Of 2016… ...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop's Top DVD And Blu-ray Releases Of 2015!

    Rock! Shock! Pop's Top DVD And Blu-ray Releases Of 2015!







    Physical media is dead. Long live physical media. 2015 saw an insane amount of product out from boutique labels, the kind that cult movie fans tend to go rabid for, and man oh man, did we ever cover a lot of them. Not all of them, we're only human after all, but yeah, we wrote about a lot of DVD and Blu-ray releases this year. And with 2015 now, somehow, in the rear view mirror, what better time than this to look back on some of them? So wit...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop! At The New York City Comic Con - Part Three - Cosplay-A-Go-Go!

    Rock! Shock! Pop! At The New York City Comic Con - Part Three - Cosplay-A-Go-Go!




    Love it or hate it, cosplay has exploded at conventions over the last few years and it's now just as much a reason for some people to attend as the vendors and guests are. In fact, there are even 'celebrity cosplayers' showing up at cons these days, putting in special appearances and doing booth signings. So yeah, even if you don't want to dress up for the day, you can't ignore the fact that a whole lot of people do. High fives to Reed Pop for creating a safe and f...
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  • Ian Jane
    Administrator

  • Rock! Shock! Pop! At The New York City Comic Con - Part Two - TOY TOUR!

    Rock! Shock! Pop! At The New York City Comic Con - Part Two - TOY TOUR!




    Following up on yesterday's post in which we basically just walked the floor, this second installment of our four part coverage of the 2014 New York Comic Con is going to focus on one thing and one thing only… TOYS! And hot damn are there a lot of them at the show this year, some of which are being shown for the first time, some of which are show exclusives and some of which are still being worked on. As you'll see as you scroll through, there are toys of all kinds
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  • Christian Bates-Hardy
    Pod Person

  • Convention Report: Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo

    Convention Report: Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo

    Last weekend my wife and I attended the Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo (or SaskExpo) in the City of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Saskatoon is a small Canadian city of around 260,000 people located in central Saskatchewan, and is a 3 hour drive from Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, where I live. The promoters behind SaskExpo are the same people responsible for the hugely popular Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo, which last year brought together the entire cast of Aliens for a 25th...
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