JD, Uncle Dunklenutz and Evol play and discuss HALO:REACH!
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Stephen King’s Misery meets Deliverance. This is what I was promised going into Calvaire (or The Ordeal in English), and this is what I got. A totally creepy horror/thriller that just gets creepier and creepier, amping up the suspense until……well, until it …ends.
It just…ends. Phhhut. Over. Done. WHAT THE HELL?
Our innocent protagonist Marc Stevens is a traveling singer whose van …
So: an ambitious endeavor. I’m gonna try to post a horror movie review for every day in October, leading up to All Hallow’s Eve. Impossible, you say? You don’t even care, you say? Well, luckily I can’t hear you, cause you’re saying things to your monitor. God, you’re dumb.
Let’s start off with Let Me In, a remake of the Swedish …
Title: Uncanny X-Force #1
Writer: Rick Remender
Art: Jerome Opena
Color: Dean White
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
“No jovial sense of adventure. No camaraderie. To overcome the tension. This is NOT the X-Men.”
I must confess, I got halfway through the first issue of the last X-Force series, before deciding that it’s not at all what I wanted from my merry band …
JD talks about Richard Stark’s PARKER, Darwyn Cooke’s adaptation, Ed Brubaker’s Criminal and the film version of Parker: PAYBACK, starring Mel Gibson, Lucy Lui and Maria Bello!
SPIDEY’S WEEKLY WEB-UP
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #644
ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES, PART 3
STORY: Mark Waid
ART: Paul Azaceta
REVIEW: Master Filmmaker Mark Mackner
Hola, arachno-philes! Tis I, your favorite Amazing Spider-Fan and local indie horror icon MASTER FILMMAKER MARK MACKNER with another installment of SPIDEY’S WEEKLY WEB-UP!!!! Today, we’ll be taking a look at Part 3 of MARK WAID’s ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES.
The action comes fast …
I don’t know what you guys think, but this is one of my top 5 Superman stories of all time, it’s elegant, thoughtful and beautifully illustrated by Frank Quitely. I don’t know what to think about this trailer. The animation looks sub-par to me. Also, anyone else getting tired of the same animation style that they’ve been using ever since …