A Cirque du Solei of Death By Devon Sandhu For almost three decades moviegoers have wondered what horror and awe George Miller’s twisted mind has been crafting in anticipation for another trip back to his chaotic wonderland. Enough time has passed and our old friend Max Rockatansky, better known as the maddest of the max,…
Conventional storytelling on TV has evolved from single episode stories in the eighties to more complex season long, and in some cases show enduring plots than employ deeper characters and rich relationships that you see in almost any show you tube into nowadays. The medium of comics has evolved in a similar fashion. Where once…
If you’re a fan of Firefly and the Serenity movie then you know there just simply isn’t enough of it to go around. There have been only three other comic books that have come out and every dyed-in-the-wool Firefly fan has them and was slightly disappointed. They weren’t bad, but they didn’t give us…
Matt Fraction has done the epic and the ingenious on Iron Man for seven ever-entertaining volumes! Find out why number eight is just as good, if not better!
Yes, this is a comparative review between the finale to Mark Millar’s most popular creator-owned title and the latest installment of his magazine. Why compare them? Well, really to highlight how dope CLiNT is.
At its heart, Night of 1000 Wolves is pure survival horror, the setting and theme refreshingly original. A welcome change from the usual modern-day zombie apocalypses.
Danny Trejo is chopping through the silver screen and we got much to say on the topic.
Posted by Jonny in / October 4, 2010
Tags: 2010, Action, Cheech Marin, Danny Trejo, Don Johnson, Exploitation, Jeff Fahey, Jessica Alba, Lindsay Lohan, Machete, Michelle Rodriguez, Podcast, Reviews, Robert Rodriguez
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