Katrina here…Is anyone else squealing over this announcement? I know it can’t be just me. We’ve all been waiting so long for this and it’s finally coming! Keep your eyes open and hopefully we’ll have some more details really soon!Read More
Note : When you walk into a movie called JACK THE GIANT SLAYER (originally KILLER) – you are pretty much guaranteed a great time unless SYFY threw it together just to fill their “we made some movies this year roster”. Yeah – that’s a message to SYFY to step it up on their SYFY originals. Okay, now I can do this review, just had to get that off my chest.
Originally slated to come out in 2012, whatever the producers of this were waiting for was well worth it.
This one is a well crafted and brilliant re-tooled vision of the Jack and the beanstalk story. Attention to details on the CGI with this one is so sickening is commendable even for people that hate CGI. Everything from the teeth and finger nails on the giants are excellently detailed and the sets are simply epic...
Based in 2074 Dredd pits Judge Dredd against MaMa a brutal drug lord with plans to spread the reality altering drug Slow-Mo to the rest of what is basically the East Coast. Unlike it’s predecessor this one is actually quite a bit more violent and far better acted. I prefer Diane Lane (Man Of Steel) over Olivia Thirby but that is not to say she doesn’t deliver a strong performance or that she wasn’t right for the role. All I can say about Karl Urban is that he was awesome as Dredd, but largely because he channeled Sylvester Stallone’s snarl from the first movie. We don’t see Karl’s whole face in this one.
The movie starts out with the director trying to show us what it looks like when MaMa is on Slow-Mo, but rather it resembles a commercial for bubble bath and you are half wa...Read More
follow up to Call of Wonderland is here! Following the events of Call of
Wonderland, Detective Legrasse is still trying to make sense out of what
happened to the two murder suspects who disappeared, seemingly in thin air,
from a locked basement. But when she’s called in on a disturbing and brutal
murder case, she realizes that there is a connection to be made somewhere.
Meanwhile, the back-story that follows HP Lovecraft’s journal
continues as Lovecraft’s disturbing dreams are becoming more and more real to
the Call of Wonderland mini-series, Madness delves deeper into Lovecraft’s
journal as a murder investigation, led by Detective Emma Legrasse, holds a
startling connection. When we last saw
Detective Legrasse, she was...