Few things are better–whether animated or live action–than a good anthology series and while I don’t know if Love, Death + Robots will rank among the best, if the trailer is any indication, it’s off to a good start. And the pedigree behind this new upcoming Netflix series is beyond impressive. It comes from the […]
According to The Hollywood Reporter Paramount has stopped development on a sequel to 1993’s zombie thriller World War Z. The movie has been in various states of development for years, with the most recent version being shepherded by David Fincher (The Game, Fight Club) Apparently the issue is related to budget–ironically enough, the same problem […]
Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Alien: Resurrection, along with David Fincher’s Alien 3, are considered among many to be the worse movies in the Alien franchise.
When the news came out that David Fincher was no longer directing the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, and that Danny Boyle was, people on various forums were complaining about what a terrible choice that was (especially compared to Fincher). I wasn’t amongst them because I have always thought that Boyle was a very talented director. Everything […]
The Social Redroom is a fictitious social networking site that’s similar to others that you may already be familiar to, like Facebook. And like Facebook, The Social Redroom (which coincidentally(?) reminds me of ‘redrum;’ ‘murder’ spelled backwards) also does experiments on its users without their knowledege, all in an effort to find what it is that makes […]
Sorry about the odd spacing issues. I have been working with an app that publishes to WordPress called Metropolis, which seems to be doing funky things with my spacing. There has been much in the news recently about Zach Braff financing his latest film, “Wish I Was Here” through Kickstarter. This is an issue that’s […]
Netflix has done plenty of stupid things, but their latest decision isn’t among them. They have decided, in a burst of sanity, to not take on “Terra Nova” after it had been cancelled by Fox. Netflix doesn’t have the deep pockets of a Twentieth Century Fox–and “House of Cards, and the participation of David […]
The history of women superheroes in comics is a proud one. Female characters are common in Marvel and DC Comics, as well as competing comics companies. So, if women play such a pivotal role in comics, why is it that movies that feature them fail at the box office? One reason is because, when filmmakers […]