Zero Complex is a cosplay series that needs to happen NOW

My good friend/ director and lead faculty for Digital Video at University of Advancing Technology Paul DeNigris, is at it again with another “oh-so-worthy” movie, but this time, he needs our help to make it happen. You might remember Paul’s work from films like the Mass Effect fan film Red Sand and the viral sensationContinue reading “Zero Complex is a cosplay series that needs to happen NOW”

Tim Burton is directing a Beetlejuice sequel Michael Keaton set to reprise

Having exhausted all the remakes he could possibly do, Tim Burton is finally returning to the film that put him and Michael Keaton on the map “Beetlejuice” (course there was Batman, but you know what I’m saying) and don’t ask about the spelling. Apparently, a script has been penned by screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith, author ofContinue reading “Tim Burton is directing a Beetlejuice sequel Michael Keaton set to reprise”

Animated short “Bat Man of Shanghai” begs the question “why isn’t this a film?”

Today I received an email from my good friend Jason Martin, in it was a link he’d received from his good friend Jorge, to an animated short that I had no idea even existed.  It’s called Batman of Shanghai and it’s some of the best hand drawn images I’ve seen in a very long time.Continue reading “Animated short “Bat Man of Shanghai” begs the question “why isn’t this a film?””

The Secret Life of Heroes by illustrator Gregoire Guillemin

These groundbreaking images of heroes doing the mundane came to us via Juxatapose magazine and boy are we ever thankful. Illustrator Gregoire Guillemin drinks from the 1960’s pop artist Roy Lichtenstein cup, in this hilarious group of images of famous super heroes engaged in some not so superhuman behavior. It’s not like comic book illustratorsContinue reading “The Secret Life of Heroes by illustrator Gregoire Guillemin”

Emerald City Comic Con – Day 1

As I make the hour-long commute to Seattle, my mind begins to tangle. “What do I do to get my badge? Will there be a huge line at registration? How do the autograph sessions work? What about the panels? How on Earth will I be able to find everything?” These are all valid questions, I’mContinue reading “Emerald City Comic Con – Day 1”

Inspiring trailer “Legends of the Knight” chronicles how Batman has effected us

When I first saw Tim Burton‘s Batman, I went crazy for any and everything related to that film. I saw it three times on opening day, bought the soundtrack, both Danny Elfman’s and Prince’s. I immediately embraced Batman like I had been reading the comic books all my life, but I hadn’t. In fact, theContinue reading “Inspiring trailer “Legends of the Knight” chronicles how Batman has effected us”

Trailer for Now You See Me starring Jesse Eisenberg promises, but can it deliver?

If this trailer isn’t proof that Morgan Freeman‘s voice is worth millions, then I don’t know what is. For all intents and purposes, this shouldn’t be the epic trailer that it seemingly is, but two things stand out while watching it that make it work. Michael Caine (Batman) and Morgan Freeman (Batman). Forget Jesse EisenbergContinue reading “Trailer for Now You See Me starring Jesse Eisenberg promises, but can it deliver?”

Dark Knight Rises gives life to fan film Arkham Rising

The balls on these kids these days. Well as a wiseman once said “the only thing you have in this world are your balls and your word and you shouldn’t break them for no one”. I have no idea how that phrase plays into this video, The Dark Knight or anything for that matter, butContinue reading “Dark Knight Rises gives life to fan film Arkham Rising”

Justice League is happening!

Just woke up to some good news this morning via Firstshowing.net, for those of you who have been following, it has been a long messy hill leading up to what most folks call the impossible film. Many have said why shoot this, myself included, but only because all the characters needed, outside of Batman andContinue reading “Justice League is happening!”

MITNG COMIC BOOK REVIEWS

Night Of 1,000 Wolves written by Bobby Curnow and illustrated by¬† Dave Wachter. Ask anybody and they’ll tell you good horror, be it films or books, never let’s you rest. The point is to immerse you in the despair, pain and terror the character’s are experiencing and the quicker the better. Bobby Curnow (Battle Beast)Continue reading “MITNG COMIC BOOK REVIEWS”