Season One may have just ended last month but DC Universe is already bringing us more Harley Quinn as a second season trailer announces the show will be back April 3, 2020.
The Disney/Lucasfilms plan to keep Star Wars at the forefront of our minds for the foreseeable future is certainly working.
Even the animated series Disney’s Rebels and the slew of books filled with back story secrets aren’t enough to satisfy fans. The next film in the franchise, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, is just under a year away and already the rumors are flying at light speed.
***Warning: Contains potential spoilers***
There aren’t too many horror films these days that make their way onto my must watch list. Sure we get the occasional really scary film like The Conjuring, or a bit more cerebral fare like It Follows, and of course we made no secret of our love of Cabin in the Woods. But today we are going to talk about another ‘horror’ film that has made it onto not only my “Must see” list, and then onto my “Hey, watch this” list.
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil impressed us when it first came out with its limited run in theaters, but has developed a cult audience over the last few years, made up of others who also fell in love with the oddball horror-comedy. This cult following collectively jumped for joy at the news that there is a sequel officially in development!
It’s been quite the year for Arthur Curry, or Aquaman to those of you who aren’t familiar. From his speculated to now confirmed inclusion in the upcoming Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, to his brief nod in the post credit scene of Justice League: War, the King of the Seven Seas has been notably visible in 2014.
On Friday at CCI, the Firefly Reunion Panel took place with Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Alan Tudyk, Sean Maher, and Summer Glau all in attendance. This is one panel I was very excited to read about after the fact. You can check out CinemaBlend.com for the as-it-happened play by play of the event. OR… if you are extra American and don’t like to read… you may watch the panel as it happened, courtesy of Geektyrant.com OR:
The crazy success of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has created the market for a slew of similarly themed books starring historical or fictional characters versus the Occult. The first of these to hit the big screen will be Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, ahead of the proto-generator Pride and Prejudice and Zombies which isn’t scheduled to come out until 2013. Well, the trailer is out and the first thing that’s apparent is that AL:VH is swinging for the fences.
Welcome to Grizzly Dailies! A new feature where we will cover a bunch of movie news in the manner we love. Jam packing a ton of links and info in one post so you don’t have to waste your valuable time (and ours) by combing through a ton of articles!
This is perfect for the ‘In Case You Missed It’ moniker, because smart money says – you did. It played hardly anywhere and was slid threw completely under the radar. This movie is currently touting a 7.6 on IMDb, and a staggering 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Here’s the trailer…
So a lot of people are comparing this movie to stuff like Shaun of the Dead. And while I don’t think it’s as good as Shaun of the Dead, I can see the reasoning behind the comparison. I think however, it’s more like Club Dread (a movie I was apparently alone in liking), or what Scary Movie should’ve been like.