Will Nepper is a professional writer, journalist, horror movie geek and photographer with 15 years writing experience. He's been managing editor of a national business-to-business monthly magazine, written chapters for high school health text books, ghost written a true crime novel ... and had a letter to the editor published in Fangoria when he was 11. His misspent youth was wasted behind video store counters and spinning tunes at college bars. He has a pathetic preoccupation collecting anything having to do with 'The Munsters.' He currently programs and produces the music and movie themed podcast, 'Beneath the Dead End Drive-In.'
20 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About TV Shows Turned Into Movies
What's a summer movie season without the re-imagining of a few TV shows, a cop buddy movie or two and a slew of sequels?
‘MST3K’ Vets Return to TV, but Not Where You’d Expect
If you've been praying for 'Mystery Science Theater 3000''s triumphant return to TV, this is as close as you're likely to get.
Confessions of a Male ‘Veronica Mars’ Fan
You may have heard there's a fan-funded movie coming out today based on a canceled TV show called ‘Veronica Mars.'
In Defense of … ‘Superman Returns’
It's difficult to defend 'Superman Returns' without bringing up Zack Snyder's abomination, 'Man of Steel' ... so we won't try.
In Defense of … ‘Popeye’
The much-maligned and under-appreciated 'Popeye' movie from 1980 might be considered a black mark on the late Robert Altman’s legacy and one of the most notorious bombs of all time (sitting firmly among the 'Ishtar's and 'Gigli's of the world), but don't be fooled: This is one of the few comics-to-movie adaptations that actually works beautifully.
Exclusive Interview – MST3K’s Trace Beaulieu Looks Back on the Satellite of Love
Trace Beaulieu, best known as Dr. Clayton Forrester and the voice of wisecracking robot Crow T. Robot on 'Mystery Science Theater 3000,' was one of the prime architects of the beloved cult TV show. From the program's formation in 1988 as a low-budget local show created by Joel Hodgson for a Minneapolis TV station until his departure in 1996, Beaulieu served as co-writer, co-star and one of the mos