What is it about the creations of Clive Barker that make them so difficult to sequelize without his core concepts collapsing into steaming piles of
When people start chipping in when asked about the greatest sequels ever made, I’m always sorta pissed that in among the usual retorts of The
Back in 1984, we returned to the times of high adventure with a direct sequel to John Milius’ absurdly macho take on Robert E. Howard’s
First up, let me level with you all…This is the first Spike Lee movie I ever got round to seeing. I know, I know! Legitimately
Unfairly maligned on release, Licence To Kill was an attempt to make a 007 adventure that would peak the interest of the “modern” action fan.
There’s an image in Octopussy, the 6th appearance of Roger Moore as secret agent James Bond, that has continuously fascinated me ever since I got
After Moonraker had rudely shoved it’s way to the front of the line to get filmed and succeeded in pushing England’s favorite secret agent into
As Krampus starts and the velvety strains of Perry Como singing “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” ironically play over scenes of people
After Rian Johnson got decidedly polar opposite reactions for his crack at the Skywalker Saga with The Last Jedi (a heap of internet trolling vs.
Good lord, is this a piece of shit…The next time you find yourself discussing the finer details of Superman’s life up on the silver screen
After dipping Bond’s manicured pinky into a different exploitation genre with Live And Let Die, the filmmakers at Eon Productions figured that if dumping 007
With recent box office assaults by various face painted villains of various backgrounds, the phenomenon of murderous and freaky clowns has never been more popular.
Regardless of what comic lore has told us up until now, the easiest way to stop the Man Of Steel in his locomotive racing tracks
Just because you haven’t got a budget to finance a small Latin American Country, doesn’t you can’t splurge on big ideas in your science fiction
By the 1973 rolled around it was time again for a change in the vodka martini fueled world of 007. Boasting the third actor change
With multimillion dollar exploding CGI fests scorched earth-ing cinemas virtually every month, it’s always nice every now and then to view something a little smaller
If you needed only three words to describe Sean Connery’s return to the character that made him famous (after only one film away) then you
The tale behind Superman’s sophomore flight on the big screen is one of betrayal, missed opportunities and bitter lessons learned… oh wait, did you think
The times were a’ changing and Sean Connery, whose smirking visage had impishly eyed many women from his vantage point of being swaddled in a
It’s a true fact that nothing lasts forever and that sooner or later Sean Connery’s reign as cinema’s premiere super spy would have to come