SPIDEY’S WEEKLY WEB-UP
SHADOWLAND: SPIDER-MAN #1 (One-shot)
STORY: Dan Slott
ART: Paulo Siqueira
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! No new AMAZING this week, but yesterday saw the release of SHADOWLAND: SPIDER-MAN, so let’s examine that, shall we?
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I don’t give a boogens what you people say, this is a zombie movie. I realize there are no actual zombies, by definition, but I’m ok with that. And not only is this a zombie movie, but god-dammit, this is one of the best zombie movies ever. EVER. This is a smart, gripping, suspenseful and just…almost perfect piece of genre. …
“Once there was a man whose prison was a chair
The man had a monkey, they made the strangest pair.
The monkey ruled the man, it climbed inside his head
And now as fate would have it, one of them is dead”
So…yeah. This is the PARAGRAPH that is on the poster for this film. I just wanted to make sure you saw that. …
When you’re flipping past the Netflix options, and you see a movie called BITTEN, and the sole name on the cover is Jason Mewes (yes, the Jay of Jay & Silent Bob), you probably don’t stop to see what’s what. You just keep on flippin’. However, Slai was in the mood for a vampire film, and this was the first …
I had the impression that this movie would be a rip-off of The Descent, if only from the cover. But oh so wrong, was I. Just underneath Paris, the “city of lights”, is a 200 mile weaving labyrinth of limestone tunnels or, you guessed it: CATACOMBS! Dun dun DUNNN! If you are a bunch of Parisians looking for a good …
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 …