Per Matt No stranger to sci-fi monsters (Pacific Rim), dark fantasy (Pan’s Labyrinth), horror (The Orphanage), supernatural superheroes (Hellboy, Blade II), high-fantasy adventures (the Hobbit trilogy) and the vampire Apocalypse (The Strain), Guillermo del Toro is a master filmmaker of… Continue Reading →
Is that Abe Sapien from Hellboy? Is this his origin story? These were my first thoughts as I watched the new trailer for The Shape of Water.
Atomic Blonde is based on The Coldest City, a graphic novel written by Antony Johnston. The film is pulpy and retro, basically exactly what you would expect from a graphic novel adaption. It opens with a clip of Reagan, neon lighting… Continue Reading →
Government conspiracies, cover-ups, a secret rendezvous and an extinction event is the basis for a new summertime TV show. No, this isn’t The X-Files, but what’s familiar is new again for Salvation, currently airing on CBS.
If you could prevent a new disaster from happening in the past, but in the process mess things up for the future, would you do it? This type of Terminator-meets-Back to the Future time-travel paradox presents itself within Timeless.
For a complete version of this article with photos, see TV Superheroes — Marvel vs DC: The Whole Story. Superheroes are the hottest commodity in pop culture. The current state of live broadcast television projects has eight Marvel and DC… Continue Reading →