Written by Creepythinman Dan O'Bannon's The Return of the Living Dead is my number one favorite movie and the one I’ve watched more than any other in my lifetime and that’s because the film is a masterpiece of the zombie genre. I used to watch it a few times a week during my childhood and would have it playing in the background, when not studying or banging beaver where I would devour textbooks and pussy like a putrescent corpse eats BRAINS! But I always wondered why this movie above all others fascinated me ever so? It could be because I love zombies and have watched, read and played almost everything to do with them in every form of media. It pleases me that the living dead have rightfully taken their place as the great cinematic monster of our time when they used to be regarded as a mongrel sub-genre before George A. Romero’s seminal masterpiece Night of the Living Dead (1968) became the defining Horror movie of the last century. As I’ve said many times before, there are onl
Superhero movies are still all the rage these days especially after Disney's unbeatable box office successes courtesy from their in-house Marvel properties, so now, to paraphrase Sam Wilson from Captain America: Civil War, "everybody's got a gimmick!" Directed by Julius Avery, and distributed via Amazon Prime Video, Samaritan is Sylvester Stallone's first and hopefully last, Superhero solo effort, that doesn't stick to landing when "leaping over tall buildings, single bound." The plot is semi straightforward that involves superhumans Samaritan and Nemesis who were twin brothers in a fictional Granite City. Finally, they Duke it out in the city's power plant, causing fires, with both apparently killed in an explosion caused by the skirmish. Samaritan is lionized thanks to his fans with rumors that he is still alive, one being thirteen-year-old Sam Cleary played by the actor Javon Walton who was previously in HBO’s Euphoria as the unstable Pre-teen
Capcom's Resident Evil The game that codified Survival Horror, has enjoyed a Renaissance of late, whether it’s the remakes of Resident Evil 2 and 3 games, or the recent Welcome to Raccoon City movie adaptation, with the latter's lackluster reception, adding further skepticism towards the latest entry based on Resident Evil. Produced by Netflix and Constantin Films, (that raises a red flag right away!) Resident Evil takes place during two alternate eras, one during a post-apocalyptic environment where humanity is outnumbered by Zombies often referred to as "Zeros " as in Patient Zeros and the other in this utopian gated community called, "New Racoon City." This is where Billie and Jade Wesker, our main protagonists, well, really Jade are adapting their new surroundings as filmed in this "coming-of-age" narrative. Now for those of you who haven't watched the trailer for this series months ago, do not expect the Netflix adaptation to follow the v
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Damn, Dolph Lundgren and Ray Stevenson really have the perfect look for the Punisher.
Yes, they certainly did but Bernthal was actually great as Punisher especially during the 13 episodes from Netflix's Punisher series.ReplyDelete