Soon, there will be more walking dead on AMC’s Shudder. The horror streaming service has secured the rights in the U.S. and Canada to Shinichiro Ueda’s modern cult classic One Cut of the Dead (Original Japanese title: ‘Kamera o tomeru na!’). The indie hit was made for the ridiculous sum Continue Reading
Stephen King’s story about bad beer is coming to the Shudder streaming service via its Creepshow anthology series. Gray Matter, published in King’s 1978 Night Shift collection, will star Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog, Escape from New York) along with Jigsaw himself, Saw’s Tobin Bell and Giancarlo Esposito (Gustavo ‘Gus’ Fring in Continue Reading
Jawbreakers is a graphic novel that wasn’t supposed to be published. It wasn’t supposed to exist. At least that is what critics of Youtube ‘Comics MATTER w/Ya Boi Zack’ star and comic book critic Richard C. Myer wanted.
Amazon Prime is injecting some action into April. Season two of The Tick starring Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman begins this month. The Tick is based on the comic book series created by Ben Edlund. Speaking of comic books, Marvel’s The Blade movie franchise starring Wesley Snipes as the hybrid Continue Reading
Like the Little Shop of Horrors, scary things are blooming on the Shudder streaming service in April.
As a life-long comic book fan I never thought Shazam, the original Captain Marvel, was cool in any way. Originally, he was portrayed as a dopey version of Superman and like Supes even his entire family became cheap knock-offs.
It is unfair to call The Valley a walking simulator. There is some adventuring to be done and some battles to be had.
Pictures speak a thousand words especially in comics and that is exactly why Dynamite’s new Crackdown series fails to impart the feeling and energy that it should.
“Skills for kills, Agent. Skills for kills.” The words of Director Goodwin echo through the memories of anyone who played the original Crackdown released in 2007.
It is true that sometimes you never miss something until it is gone. My local comic book store closed a few years ago and although there were rumours it would reopen at a different location, it never did. Growing up and living in Toronto, I have been fortunate in the Continue Reading