Super7, otherwise known around these parts as “that toy company Jeremy will not shut up about” started their first of two pop-up events at SDCC last night. After the success of last years Universal Monsters Boodega, the sequel is here! Revenge of the Boodega took over the San Diego location, and we joined in on […]
Horror film icon Boris Karloff was born William Henry Pratt in East Dulwich, London on November 23, 1887. Legendary for roles such as the Monster in Universal’s Frankenstein (1931) and as Imhotep in The Mummy (1932), Karloff went on to an incredible career of nearly 200 films. He was also a founding member of the […]
Super7 is basically tying to get all of my time and money at this years SDCC. To help celebrate their new collaboration with the Universal Monsters brand, they will have a Universal Monsters Boodega Monstore pop-up event at their San Diego location Friday night-Sunday at SDCC this year. All sorts of new exclusive and amazing […]
Because sometimes truth is stranger than fiction- a mysterious black sarcophagus has been unearthed in Egypt, and no one knows who’s it is. Okay, well, maybe Anne Rice does. Back on July 1st, the General Secretary of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Dr. Mostafa Waziri announced that a spectacular find had been uncovered in Alexandria. A […]
Jasmine: Crown of Kings by creators Howard Mackie and Igor Vitorino begins this May. Plus, Zenescope’s Van Helsing Versus volumes are getting re-released. These can be found in the publisher’s May 2018 solicits. Details below. MAR182108 JASMINE CROWN OF KINGS #1 (OF 5) (W) Howard Mackie (CA) Igor Vitorino New Series Starts Here! When a fiery explosion erupts in the ancient city of […]
Playmobil has been around for a long time. But I will be honest: until a couple years ago, they were not… let’s say, important to me as a collector. Boy, has that changed in a big way. Between Ghostbusters, Dragons, and their fun sports offerings, I just can’t get enough. When we checked out their […]
Alright, during tonight's episode of The Walking Dead we finally got the first trailer for Tom Cruise's reboot of The Mummy, slated for a Summer 2017 release.
The problem with The Mummy, it seems, is that the studio want something they can sell with a PG-13 label on it. Muschietti wanted something that would push the MPAA a little more.
What's next, a remake of Mamma Mia?
Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Phantom of the Opera and Creature From the Black Lagoon.
Inspired by Michael Crichton style sci-fi, apparently.
Transformers scribers Fringe co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are busy fellows. Kurtzman’s directorial debut, People Like Us is due out in the summer, they’ve taken on rewrite duties for All You Need is Kill and the Amazing Spider-Man sequel, and they’ve got the Star Trek sequel wrapping up in the coming weeks. But like […]
There are ancient secrets hidden in the pyramids, and following them may lead to danger and death. But enough about Prometheus, that film’s initial screenwriter, Jon Spaihts, has now signed on to write a new Mummy movie for Universal. Variety have a quote from the writer on his intentions for this new version: I see […]