Category Archives: NOLA Movies

Throwback Thursday “Men In Black 1”

Men in Black is a 1997 comedy starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith. This is the first of three successful movies in this franchise based off of a Marvel Comic.


Double Feature

This week’s Throwback Thursday offers a double feature.  On the New Orleans Movie Examiner page I will be reviewing Men in Black and on the New Orleans Horror Movie page is a review of Nightmare on Elm Street 2

Spotlight: Paul Walker


Heaven has gained a new angel.  One who loved animals, children, charity work, and living on the edge.  This week’s spotlight is on Fast N’ The Furious Star Paul Walker.

Supernatural Marathon

AMC is offering up a supernatural lineup beginning with several of Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest movies including “Psycho” and “The Birds.”

Sunday Spotlight #1 Nov 10

There are two spotlights today.  The first introduces an upcoming series and the second concerns our magazine Blood Reign Lit Mag.

Meet Kristina

Local Halloween events such as The 13th Gate, House of Shock, Rougarou Fest, The Mortuary, Booseum, Lutheran Church Fall Fest (courtesy of Ann Lapeyrouse-Dyer )


Join members of Serial Thrillerz to watch The Carrie Remake or catch us at the RougeGarou Fest.  Kristina will be reading Lou P. Garou by Lesa Grant Feazel at Black List Martial Arts at 7 pm on Corporate Drive in Houma.

Random Movie Monday

The first Random Movie Monday is Disney’s Goofy Movie!  Jason Marsden is a popular character and voice actor.  He is currently a part of a series.  He has appeared in previous reviews, Eerie, Indiana and Hocus Pocus.  Two other movies that we’ll be reviewing is Blue Like Jazz and High Hopes.

October is horror month!

I just posted an article on Examiner about my goals to write every day this month in honor of horror month.

First Throwback Thursday



The first ever Throwback Thursday features a surprise for my fans.  My dirty little secret is that I love John Wayne.  I’m not big on his military movies but his Westerns and movies like the Quiet Man I love!  A review of The Duke’s 1963 classic, “McClintock,” my favorite of his is live now on my New Orleans Movie Examiner page.

What a day

I spent the day working on “Terror Twins.”  I wrote a little over 7,000 words and I have at least another 20,000 to go before I am remotely satisfied.  Although ultimately, I may trim it down.


Now I am going to see if I can transition into some non fiction since I missed Random Movie Monday and the Sunday Night Spotlight.