When I first heard of Underworld I imagined it would be incredible. Vampires and werewolves engaged in a conflict that’s spanned ages! A war that raged for the most part outside of human knowledge? Yes, please! Eventually I saw the movie and realized that vampires and werewolves go great together–that is till you shoehorn in elements of The Matrix, gun […]
I admit that when I first saw Len Wiseman’s Underworld in 2003 I have to admit that I was impressed. Vampires and werewolves battling for domination, what’s not to love?
Though truth be told he was never really gone. John Carpenter, director of influential genre classics like Halloween, Escape From New York, In The Mouth Of Madness, They Live, StarMan, Big Trouble In Little China (perhaps his most underappreicated movie), among many others has been absent from theaters since 2010’s The Ward (an interesting movie despite thematic […]
I don’t think that I posted this, so here goes. I do so not because I expect the film to be that good–I don’t–but because I dig the genre. That being said, how is it that Selene was able to be captured by humans? If you take a look at the trailer, she makes short […]