Demons in Seattle Uncovered: A Real Witch Reviews the Documentary

However rough shod this piece is put together, you have to watch it to the end because Keith and Don alongside parapsychologist Steve Mera and independent observer, Nick Kyle, FEEL authentic.  If that’s acting, they all deserve Academy Awards.

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Hauntings of the Real Winchester Mystery House by Tammye McDuff – EXCLUSIVE

Prior to the release of WINCHESTER, starring Helen Mirren; The Winchester Mystery House held a 60-minute presentation at MidSummer Scream in July 2017. This is where I had the distinct pleasure of being the only journalist to have a one-on-one behind the scenes interview with Winchester House General Manager Walter Magnuson and Scott Schumer of…

Ave Maria! Mexican Indie Filmmakers Wall Up Trump

By Tony Sokol Doctor Gonzalez will not be reporting for surgery. Miss Universe is going back to hosting educational television. There’s a low pressure system mounting in the south west and it’s raining deportees. “And the gringo wants to charge us for the wall,” says a newly relocated, Green-card carrying displaced person in the opening…

Call for Writers: E2 is Reporting on the Re-Birth of the New Counterculture

This evening as I watched the unfolding drama of the protests, especially the student protests nationwide, I was triggered into remembering the newsreel footage I watched in school of the student protests that occurred in 1960’s that coincided with one of the greatest, most productive artistic periods in history. I remember the original 1960’s Counterculture:…

Lizard People are Coming To Beverly Hills

By Tony Sokol I know, you’ve been seeing Lizard People for years now, they’ve been reported in the papers since the forties and a lot of people think the elite power base are actually grey scaly things, but this time the Beverly Hills Lizard People are coming in the form of a new horror comedy….

The Scarapist Review: The Monster Is In the Mind

By Tony Sokol Talk about a perfect premise for a psychological thriller. The monster at the middle of The Scarapist is a therapist, an ordinary person with some kind of a psych degree. That should be the very definition of psychological thriller and, while the film doesn’t hit on all cylinders all the time, it…

Pageant Prizewinner Ashley Park Is a Perfect Picture of Panic [EXCLUSIVE]

By Tony Sokol Ashley Park is frighteningly attractive. Beautiful enough to win Miss Asia USA, she has now set her artificial intelligence on the overthrow of humanity as Rhianna, a pleasure bot, in Neil Johnson’s futuristic thriller Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter. Park will also go head to head with The Sledgehammer when she plays Alisha…