By Stephen King While walking back to my Boston hotel after a surprisingly well-attended Tuesday afternoon showing of Bryan Bertino’s horror thriller The Strangers, I found myself musing on what’s scary and what’s not. Whatever it is, The Strangers had enough of it to do incredibly well at the box office. But what makes suchContinue reading “Horror Movies: Why Big Studio Releases Are Rare to Scare by Stephen King”
The Internet fan community is in agreement: Do not, under any circumstances, put Robin anywhere near Christopher Nolan’s Batman universe, a world grounded in reality, where the laws of physics apply to hero and villain alike, where bullets wound and punches bruise. An acrobatic little kid in tights? Do it and I walk, Christian BaleContinue reading “Should Robin Be In Batman? Comic Legend Jeph Loeb Defends The Boy Wonder”
Dark Horse Entertainment, David Fincher and animation house Blur Studios are teaming up to bring cult comic The Goon to the big screen as a CG-animated film. Created by Eric Powell in 1999, the comic follows the adventures of a muscle-bound brawler who claims to be the primary enforcer for a feared mobster. TheContinue reading “The Goon Coming To The Big Screen”
A little editing and upbeat music can completely change the tone of a movie trailer.
The viral marketing for The Dark Knight revealed this new poster today for the anticipated July 18 release.
My friend Don sent me this.
Director Kevin Smith just saw The Dark Knight and he raved about it on his blog. He says: “Courtesy of Peter Sciretta over at SlashFilm.com, I caught an early screening of “The Dark Knight” yesterday evening. Without giving anything away, this is an epic film (and trust me: based on the sheer size and scopeContinue reading “Kevin Smith Has Seen The Dark Knight And Raves About It”