Okay, I really just need to say it. I do not like Nightmare Before Christmas. There, it’s done. I know that lots of people really love this movie and that …
Following the negative critical response to Batman V. Superman, Zack Snyder promises future DC films will be “lighter and brighter.”
In an effort to deprive myself of even more sleep, I’ve decided to alter somewhat my contribution to Atomic Junk Shop; every so often, I plan to forego the whole column-essay-rant-listicle thing and just draw a cartoon.
In lieu of a real column, here are some procrastination potpourri bits!
Zombies can represent any metaphor of what human kind repels but is unable to escape. This can breed an endless possibility of situations that can test the strength of our heroes. In the spirit of Halloween, I would like to offer zombie movies from across the ocean. ‘The Walking Dead’ may be a cultural phenomenon of apocalyptic proportions but sometimes it’s refreshing to get another perspective of zombies.
Max Allan Collins is one of my favorite mystery writers, and my favorite of all his series, QUARRY, is now a new miniseries on Cinemax. How’d it turn out? Well, hugely different than expected, but in its own way, very cool.
The latest chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will open on Friday November 4; Doctor Strange, Master of the Mystic Arts, Sorcerer Supreme and wielder of both the Eye of Agamotto and the Crimson Bands of Cyttorak, brings magic to the previously science-based world of Marvel movies. My favorite thing about Strange is the idea that he’s the guy in the guard tower. He is the one that keeps Earth safe from all the weird psychedelic hell-demons trying to infiltrate our reality and do Bad Stuff. The strip really cooks when it’s about the clash between our normal everyday world and the nameless things lurking in the next dimension over.