If the phrase “Too soon, too soon,” has a corollary, it’s, of course, the opposite: “Too late, too late,” four words that aptly, succinctly describe Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, the too-long-in-the-making, once-anticipated, now yawn-inducing adaptation of Seth Graham-Smith’s (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) Jane Austen mash-up of the same
(All photos are courtesy of Falco Ink.) A handsome middle-aged man, dressed in the finest attire, emerges from the elevator doors and walks through the silent hall, fiddling the ring on his left hand finger. Before stopping in front of the final room on his left, he gently kisses
Ditching horror for action, this PURGE sequel – THE PURGE: ANARCHY – tries to channel its inner Snake Plissken.
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box tries very hard to be fun and epic, but it ends up falling short.
We use the phrase “out of the mouth of babes” (Psalm 8:2) to say that children are often wise beyond their years. Today, in the final post of our #GOTInvasion series, I’d like to discuss what comes from the mouths of a different kind of “babe”: the women of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones.’
Dear Readers, We talk a lot about “guilty pleasures”—you know, those things we do or like that we know we shouldn’t. But, I wonder: How much “guilt” do we really feel about them? Maybe it’s me, but I just can’t muster any real “guilt” about loving some of the chick
Karl Urban’s chin should receive top billing in Dredd, a sci-fi action film that’s as intractable as its leading man’s jawline. It’s the second attempt (after the 1995 Sylvester Stallone vehicle Judge Dredd) at packaging the wry, darkly ironic British comic book hero Judge Dredd as a hulking, humorless lawman
Continuing a theme of epic television fantasy miniseries, this week Video Vault celebrates Hallmark Entertainment/NBC Studio’s Merlin. Originally aired as three 60-minute episodes over consecutive nights in April of 1998, Merlin is the award-winning chronicling of the life and times of literature’s (second?) most famous wizard. Directed by Steve Barron (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Coneheads), the film stars Sam