Trailer for MAD MAX:FURY ROAD arrives and Hard is an understatement

Probably the one reboot I’m excited about happening is Mad Max. As a child, growing up in the eighties, I never quite got Mad Max or all the other films that came behind it. It had that foreign gloss, as did the music videos from that side of the world, that although I loved, neverContinue reading “Trailer for MAD MAX:FURY ROAD arrives and Hard is an understatement”

Trailer for the documentary The Death of “Superman Lives” :What Happened? explores things

Tim Burton was on a roll in the 90’s. At the time, he was one of the hottest directors in the world and the studio that he was contracted under, Warner Brothers, had pretty much handed him the keys to the kingdom. So what is a director, fresh off the success of Batman, to do?Continue reading “Trailer for the documentary The Death of “Superman Lives” :What Happened? explores things”

This MATRIX fan film is worth watching…over and over

Featuring some outstanding looking “Sentinels”, this Matrix fan film could easily be an intro to a television series or even a Netflix exclusive…it’s that good! Shot in Bogota, Columbia by director/vfx artist Felix Joleanes, the short “seemingly” takes place after the machines have taken over and the world (the real world) as we know it,Continue reading “This MATRIX fan film is worth watching…over and over”

Writer David S. Goyer is rumored to be pitching a Sandman script to Warner Brothers with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as lead

No God! It’s been years since it was last rumored that Warner Brother’s wanted to tackle the, Neil Gaiman Dave Mckean, nineties classic and if memory serves me right, Jeff Goldblum was being considered for the lead. Years later, a new writer wants to step up, a writer whose prowess to cover such material hasContinue reading “Writer David S. Goyer is rumored to be pitching a Sandman script to Warner Brothers with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as lead”

Pacific Rim goes big by keeping it simple

It’s been a long road for Guillermo Del Toro‘s Kaiju epic “Pacific Rim“, but it’s here and I got a chance to see it yesterday in a sparsely occupied AMC theater at 4pm. I had expected there to be more people in attendance on a summer Friday afternoon, but my wife and I were gratefulContinue reading “Pacific Rim goes big by keeping it simple”