The Elseworlds (or ‘imaginary story’) concept is a tried and tested formula in comics, but it also exists in other media, although nobody calls it that. In particular, it has frequently appeared in (mainly American) serial television productions since the 1960s at least.
Side-by-side comparison of characters from two unrelated movies.
As a kid, German filmmaker Artur Brauner slipped out of the house to catch Fritz Lang’s The Testament of Dr. Mabuse and fell in love. He wasn’t able to convince …
I guess it’s just a musical weekend with the Gregs here at the Junk Shop.
The Unsung examines works of popular culture that are critically acclaimed but not popular, popular but not critically acclaimed, or neither. Today, let’s check out the weirder music of Phil Collins!
I’ve been thinking about the cesspool that social media is rapidly descending into, and how fan anger– about ANYTHING– is getting weaponized.
Let’s take a look at some old movies, with black and white and all that jazz!