If I know Rich, he’s going to be comparing this to No Heroics right off the bat, but it actually seems rather different.
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The forever prolific and recently creatively reinvigorated Takashi Miike is being sought to direct House of the Damned 3D, a Louisiana-set horror film with what sounds like a “body count” set-up. Here’s the plot blurb: Five friends band together to save the historic part of their town and inadvertently become targets of a serial killer… Read more »
The film stock company so iconic that the phrase “A Kodak moment” has become part of our everyday arsenal, it seems that the giant might finally be seeing its final days. After 132 years in business, one of the biggest producers of film stock in the world has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to… Read more »
Craig Skinner writes for Bleeding Cool. Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly, a regular column here at Bleeding Cool dedicated to The Masters of Cinema Series. Every month I shall be writing about the latest Masters of Cinema news and taking a look at their latest titles. Below you can find news on forthcoming releases and reviews… Read more »
We do like the Masters of Cinema DVD and Blu-ray label here at Bleeding Cool – you may have noticed as we started a regular column on their lavish special edition releases. They’re often called “Britain’s Criterion”, and I suppose that is easy enough to accept, if a touch condescending. One of their upcoming discs… Read more »
Craig Skinner writes for Bleeding Cool. Welcome to the first of what will be a monthly column here at Bleeding Cool dedicated to The Masters of Cinema Series. Every month I shall be writing about the latest Masters of Cinema news and taking a look at their latest releases. Below you can find news on the forthcoming… Read more »
John Ford’s the Iron Horse is coming soon to Masters of Cinema DVD and Blu-ray in a release befitting of such a cinema milestone, and bringing with it evidence that one of Wayne and Garth’s most popular jokes has been around since at least 1924. Here are a series of stills and intertitles from the… Read more »
See that picture? That’s who Brendon has been spending time with today. It must be so difficult being the film editor here at Bleeding Cool, with all these great burdens upon your shoulders. One marvels at his ability to cope. Yes, say hello to Halla Vilhjálmsdóttir! And now say goodbye, because she’s changing her name… Read more »
It’s not that Wile E. Coyote keeps getting splatted that makes the Road Runner cartoons so wonderful, it’s the comic invention and, crucially, the staging, timing and animation of the splats. And an unexpected twist or two certainly never hurts either. And so I judge the Final Destination films. Each of these pictures follows a… Read more »
Craig Skinner writes for Bleeding Cool: Opening with the propulsive beats of a soundtrack culled from the very best of seventies Italian explotation, and a split screen montage that challenges the viewer to piece together the images on offer, Amer confidently announces itself early on as an art film steeped in a variety of cinematic… Read more »
The conflicts! The conflicts! How is anyone to resolve them? Find Wednesday and Thursday here… Friday here and Sunday this time tomorrow. Here comes Saturday! 10:00am Once Upon A Time The Evil Queen is back! The heroes of Once Upon a Time grapple with the return of this super-charged classic villain, while also dealing with Mr…. Read more »
Here are the remaining 35 Free Comic Book Day titles for 2016 – including the 2000AD edition with a Eric Powell Judge Dredd story that was previously reported as refused by the committee. Looks like a little outrage went a long way. Add to that Attack On Titan, One Punch Man, Stan Lee’s… Read more »
The Geoff Johns books expand with five Justice League: Gods And Men one shots in October/Novemberspinning out of Darkseid War, with Francis Manapul writing a couple! BATMAN AND ROBIN ETERNAL #1 Story and script by JAMES TYNION IV and SCOTT SNYDER Art and cover by TONY S. DANIEL 1:50 Variant cover by MIKEL JANIN Blank… Read more »
All hail the King! #WakeUpAndDraw Couldn’t wait! Happy Birthday to Jack Kirby! pic.twitter.com/41kPcBpz0j — Jerry Ordway (@JerryOrdway) August 28, 2014 Quick #WakeUpAndDraw for Jack Kirby’s birthday. Long live the King! pic.twitter.com/gPl4AcUdmE — Dave Howlett (@paskettiwestern) August 28, 2014 for King Kirby’s birthday! #WakeUpAndDraw pic.twitter.com/KFlGY2WGP8 — Newtasty (@newtasty) August 28, 2014 For Hero Initiative #wakeupanddraw #heroinitiative… Read more »
You got sneak cover peek this morning. Now welcome to the DC Comics Solicitations for June 2014. We’ll update as DC Comics does… so yes, there’s a confirmation of the last issue of Larfleeze. But we also get the return of Tiny Titans! Another set of New 52 and DC Vertigo solicits to go… And Scott… Read more »
The future is now in so many ways… THE NEW 52 – FUTURES END #1 Written by KEITH GIFFEN, DAN JURGENS, BRIAN AZZARELLO and JEFF LEMIRE Art by PATRICK ZIRCHER Cover by RYAN SOOK 1:50 Variant cover by JOHN ROMITA, JR. and KLAUS JANSON On sale MAY 7 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US •… Read more »
The two talk about John Cassavetes’ A Woman Under the Influence.
It’s all about father son relationships. I’m shocked that Spielberg likes it.
Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly. Neil Armstrong sadly passed away on the 25th of August and upon hearing the news I immediately reached for my copy of For All Mankind. An enrapturing film and a wonderful way to remember Armstong, I can highly recommend checking it out if you haven’t done so already. I have embedded a clip… Read more »
You will want to win this competion.
The final day of San Diego Comic Con, two weeks away… 10:00-11:00 Comic-Con How-to: Publishing Industry: From Manuscript to Industry— So you have the desire to write a book and get it published, but what does that really mean? Agents, editors, publishers, reviewers, self-publishing, traditional publishing, print on demand, ebooks, foreign language-the list goes… Read more »
A raft of announcements and lots more besides.
Welcome to Masters of Cinema Monthly. As this month’s column comes shortly after the previous one there’s not too much MoC news. I’m therefore going to just focus on the two latest releases, the first fruits of MoC’s deal with Universal – Silent Running and Touch of Evil. These are really extraordinary releases though, and… Read more »