About William Gatevackes
William is cursed with the shared love of comic books and of films. Luckily, this is a great time for him to be alive. His writing has been featured on Broken Frontier.com, PopMatters.com and in Comics Foundry magazine.

New Releases: March 26

March 25, 2010

1. How To Train Your Dragon (Paramount/Dreamworks, 4,055 Theaters, 98 Minutes, Rated PG): I’m kind of glad that we have gotten to the point that people have been divided into Pixar camps and Dreamworks camps. [click for more]

Robert Culp Has Died

March 24, 2010

Actor Robert Culp has been found dead today after hitting his head after a fall outside his home according to The Insider. Culp was 79. Culp was primarily known as a television actor, appearing in [click for more]

New Releases: March 19

March 19, 2010

1. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid (FOX, 3,077 Theaters, 120 Minutes, Rated PG): When I looked towards 2010 as a fan of the comic book movie, I thought it would be a rather light year. Too [click for more]

New Releases: March 12

March 11, 2010

1. Green Zone (Universal, 3,003 Theaters, 115 Minutes, Rated R): The director of the Bourne  films and the star of the Bourne films means this essentially a Bourne film, right? Not exactly. Matt Damon plays [click for more]

The 2010 Academy Awards: William’s Picks

March 5, 2010

Elsewhere, you will see fellow FilmBuff Online contributor Michael McGonigle’s picks for this Sunday’s Oscars. His selections were well thought out and taken from an intelligent and well-researched perspective. Well, I’m going to give you [click for more]


March 5, 2010

The 3-D trend, as exclusive as it is popular, will survive until 2011 at the very least. Comic Book Resources is reporting that a source at Warner Brothers has confirmed that when Green Lantern hits [click for more]

New Releases: March 5

March 4, 2010

1. Alice In Wonderland (Disney, 3,728 Theaters, 108 Minutes, Rated PG):I am a big Tim Burton fan. And if there ever was a film that would be in the director’s wheelhouse, it would be this [click for more]

New Releases: February 25

February 26, 2010

1. Cop Out (Warner Brothers, 3,150 Theaters, 107 Minutes, Rated R): Granted, Kevin Smith is a writer/director, but the emphasis has always been on the “writer.” By his own admission, his directing skills have always [click for more]

New Releases: February 19

February 18, 2010

1.Shutter Island (Paramount, 2,500 Theaters, 138 Minutes, Rated R): Usually, when a film has its released date moved back like this one has (it was supposed to come out in October 2009), that is usually [click for more]

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