A few days ago Kevin Feige confirmed that there would be a Doctor Strange sequel, which must have been a comfort to the people too clueless to not know better. The original movie earned almost $678 million–on a budget of $165 million–so if there weren’t a sequel it certainly wouldn’t be because it wasn’t profitable.Then […]
“Visually, Marvel’s Doctor Strange is unlike any movie you’ve probably seen.” And that’s not hyperbole. Some of the visual effects in Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange may have had their genesis in other movies–such as Inception–but he takes them to places that you have never seen before. Green screen is also nothing new, but the way […]
Comicbook.com posted an international trailer for Scott Derrickson’s upcoming Doctor Strange, and you can see it here. I haven’t watched it because a movie trailer is a like a single puzzle piece, which when combined with others form a more complete image of what that movie happen to be. The problems start when you assemble those […]
That’s paraphrasing vampire Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon) to Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall) from Tom Holland’s 1985 Fright Night, though it fits what I think I’m seeing from Marvel Studios’ upcoming Doctor Strange. It feels almost as if Kevin Feige (or his bosses at Disney, maybe) has a bit less faith in it than in prior projects. And keep […]
With all the seriously positive buzz coming off of Captain America: Civil War you’d think that I would be all Marveled-out by now, but not at all because Marvel Studios also released a trailer for Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange last evening. And I really enjoyed it, so much so that I shot a reaction video […]
According to Comicbookmovie.com, the first trailer for Scott Derrickson’s (The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Sinister, Deliver Us From Evil) upcoming Doctor Strange will be released this Tuesday! As you can tell from Derrickson’s resume, he’s really into horror movies. And that’s a good thing because there’s always the chance that not only will Doctor Strange be scarier and weirder than […]
Clive Barker’s Hellraiser is–when viewed in retrospect–hasn’t aged particularly well.