One of the things that I enjoy about Twilight Guardian as a series is that it continues to better itself while keeping its unique core elements. She's still a hapless hero whose most daring deed has been to help a group of other delusional do-gooders to pull a car out of the mud, but a renewed focus on a personal mystery, problems with psychotropic meds, and some subtle visual touches move the comic along and keep the reader engaged.
Also starring Sam Huntington and Anita Briem, the film is an adaptation of one of Italy's longest running -- and most popular -- comic series which follows the adventures of a supernatural private eye and his friends.
Kevin Smith's new horror movie is being self-promoted, independently distributed and is touring the U.S. ahead of its October 19th release. Most stops on the tour include a Q & A with Kevin Smith, and the most recent caused a bit of controversy.
The celebrity magazine's annual list is out and three directors who made the 2009 top ten have returned along with two others who didn't make last year's list at all. Women failed to crack the top echelon once again while Iron Man, a Werewolf and a Pirate Captain did.
The upcoming action-thriller also stars Michelle Monaghan & Vera Farmiga. Directed by Duncan Jones (Moon) and written by Ben Ripley (Species III), Source Code is scheduled for release April 15th, 2011.
Unfortunately, everything about this film felt forced as though it was a mimicked version of Twilight -- minus the vampires -- shaken up and regurgitated onto the screen.
The plot is straightforward and simple: werewolf starts a killing spree, town folk try to handle the situation themselves (which inevitably backfires) which leads to them calling in a werewolf hunter who turns out to be a psychopath. In the mean time there's a huge mystery surrounding who the werewolf actually is and why it has taken an interest in Seyfried's character.
An assessment of Jurassic Park: Devils in the Desert #3's quality is really dependent on the author's intent. Being that I don't reside in John Byrne's frontal lobe, I'll have to go with my own perceptions. With that in mind, the comic becomes an entertaining and often laugh out loud experience in the vein of such films as Troll 2 and Lethal Ninja (Watch them now!).
The latest issue of the popular movie magazine will focus on Marvel Studios' two big-budget superhero films and features the God of Thunder on it's cover. Thor is scheduled for 2D and 3D theatrical release on May 6th, 2011.
I think we should probably hand out an award for most deceiving movie trailer of all time. Battle: Los Angeles has some fantastic moments of chaotic action. The only problem is that it doesn't stop and ends up more annoying than watching some kid with shaky hands play a first person shooter videogame for 2 hours.