Disney Buys Marvel: An Analysis

August 31, 2009

Spider-Man has a new boss and it’s Mickey Mouse! In a move that has both the film and comics genre geek press buzzing, the Walt Disney Company announced today that they will be acquiring Marvel [click for more]

Rob Zombie To Remake THE BLOB …Kind Of

August 29, 2009

Rocker-turned-writer/director Rob Zombie is moving on from his revitalization of the Halloween horror franchise to remake another classic film, 1958’s The Blob. Variety has reported that Zombie has signed a deal to write, direct and [click for more]

New Releases: August 28

August 28, 2009

1. The Final Destination (Warner Brothers/New Line, 3,121 Theaters, 82 Minutes, Rated R): The “final” Final Destination? Gosh, I certainly hope so! The premise of these films is simple. A group of young people are [click for more]

HANCOCK Sequel Hires Writers

August 25, 2009

Will Smith’s return to superheroics took another step forward with the hiring of Adam Fierro and Glen Mazzara to script a sequel to Smith’s 2008’s summer blockbuster Hancock. In the original film, Smith played an [click for more]

Thoughts On The ‘AVATAR Day’ Footage

August 22, 2009

“You’re not in Kansas anymore!” So intones Stephen Lang’s Col. Quaritch in the opening moments of the sixteen minute preview of director James Cameron’s upcoming science-fiction epic Avatar which screened yesterday evening at IMAX theater [click for more]

Review: INGLORIOUS BASTERDS

August 21, 2009

If you had any thought that Quentin Tarantino was going to deliver a conventional World War Two picture with Inglorious Basterds, then you really don’t know the director or his work at all. For a [click for more]

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