Vertigo’s Hellraiser was a groundbreaker of sorts for DC Comics, which despite being adapted as a movie starring Keanu Reeves in 2005 and a television show in 2014 was never quite as successful as fans of the character would have wanted it to be.
A teaser trailer for Fear The Walking Dead, the companion series to AMC’s The Walking Dead, has turned up, and I am a bit concerned in that I have no idea what’s going to differentiate it from the series that spawned it. They appear to be going the route of using the trailers to individually introduce significant characters, […]
When Syfy premiered Z Nation a few months ago, the only thing that I was curious about was what took them so long. The Walking Dead has been breaking ratings records for AMC for years now, so that it took so long for someone to premiere another series that revolved around the undead was a […]
Community Season 1 Trailer Though that’s not to imply that I didn’t try. When there’s so much buzz around a show you think that if you don’t at least check it out, you’re be missing something. Which is a normal feeling. I honestly think that a lot of the reason behind the success of HBO’s Game Of Thrones and AMC’s […]
Yesterday AMC had an interview with Chris Pratt, James Gunn and Kevin Fiege (President of Marvel Studios) about their upcoming movie “Guardians Of The Galaxy.” Here it is in its entirely. The conversation is interesting, and John Campea, of AMC Movie News, asks some good questions (though there’s a whole lot of fawning going on) […]
“I Have Used 500 Words What Could Have Taken Significantly Less: “Wishmaster 3″ Is A Pretty Mediocre Movie.” Do you recall “Hellraiser: Revelations?” A movie that was little more than a cynical ploy by Dimension to keep the rights to the franchise by issuing a sub-par sequel? I wasn’t aware of this being done before, […]
I recently caught the entire run of “666 Park Avenue” on Netflix recently. It was a clearly expensive, good-looking and well-designed series, though its portrayal of evil, personified by Terry O’ Quinn, was somewhat bland (due less to O’ Quinn, who can play sinister with the best of them, than the writing, which leaned toward […]