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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
Look out! Here comes the Spider-Man! Let’s be honest, Spidey has not had the easiest time being adapted to the big screen. While the Sam Raimi/Tobey Maguire trilogy and even the Marc Webb/Andrew Garfield films have their fans, they had their share of critics too. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Monday, 19 September 2016 02:48
WolfCop is a small, independent Canadian film that has become a BIG modern cult classic! From the brain of Saskatchewan’s Lowell Dean, this movie made waves back in 2014 for being one of the most original werewolf films in recent memory. In a world where monsters have become romanticized, WolfCop, a story of small town deputy Lou Garou getting cursed with becoming a werewolf and becoming the furriest hero around! Read more...
Published in Interviews
Monday, 07 September 2015 17:28
So, I’m a fan of hip hop music. I grew up listening to Biggie, Tupac and the Wu-Tang Clan. And everyone in between. I don’t often get a chance to write about that love on a geek/pop culture website...but sometimes I’m able to sneak it in there. One of the coolest songs Notorious B.I.G. ever wrote was the “Ten Crack Commandments”, where Big basically...well...lists his simple rules for being a drug dealer. Not saying it’s the right thing to write a song about...but whatever. It is what it is. And what it is is one of the best written hip hop songs of all time, in my opinion. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 13 July 2014 14:32
76058-158300-mary-jane_superSo, here we are! I’ve let you wait an ENTIRE week and it’s finally here! Part 2 of my ultra-super list of the single panels that speak a thousand words! The entries #20 to 11 had so many classic panels from Superman getting kissed in the face to getting punched in it! And from Cyclops killing the man who pretty much raised him to Wolverine getting ripped in two! Can you believe there are ten more that are even better than that?! If you missed Part 1 or need a refresher, here it is. Notice that Part 1 contained absolutely ZERO panels from Spider-Man comics? That’s weird! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Sunday, 08 December 2013 13:59
amazingspiderman2-usatoday5-fullIt’s been awhile since I’ve done an “opinion” themed column like this. But I cannot stay silent ANY longer! I have been a long-time defender of the “superhero movie” genre. They are fun, entertaining, and seeing my favorite superheroes and villains on the big screen has been an absolute pleasure for me an many comic book aficionados for over ten years. After all, while I was growing up the only really good comic book films were Tim Burton’s two Batman films and The Mask (a movie that many people don’t even know to be comic book related). That’s pretty much it. The first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie could be added to the list, I suppose. When Blade starring Wesley Snipes came out in 1998, it was the beginning of something really special era for comic book fans. The comic book movie genre was in full swing, and while many adaptations have been seen as misses to many (Green Lantern, Ghost Rider and Daredevil to name a few), it has generally been an exciting time to be a comic book fan. But now I am a bit concerned. While Marvel Studios (who, let’s be clear, produce all of the movies in the Avengers franchise, and NOT the Spider-Man or X-Men films), seems to have a well conceived plan and layout for their films, it turns out most of the movie studios, especially Warner Bros., who develop DC Comics movie properties, are left to catch up. And I don’t think they fully understand that more often than not in superhero movies, less is definitely more. Consider this an open letter, Hollywood! Things need to be taken A LOT slower when developing long-lasting and respected franchises. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 13:05
amazing-spider-manSony Pictures is so convinced that Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to bank they have already announced the dates for Spider-Man 3 and 4! It is a bold step for a company that rebooted the franchise quickly after Sam Raimi, Tobey McGuire and Kirsten Dunst  flopped in the 3rd installment of their run. Sony is calling Amazing Spider-Man their "most impotant, successful, and beloved franchise and gave June 10th 2016 for ASM 3 and May 4th 2018 for ASM 4. Check out the press release below! Read more...
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