Saturday, August 24, 2013

Everyone is a critic these days!

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

If you've ever wanted to see Disney Princesses in their underwear then have I got a post for you!

PLAID STALLIONS makes me wonder what is more badass, this guy's sweater or his mustache?

From PLAID STALLIONS

Cult Movie Reviews takes a look at CURSE OF THE CRIMSON ALTAR

from CULT MOVIE REVIEWS

Superficially the plot is clearly going to put most viewers in mind of The Wicker Man, The Night of the Eagle and Eye of the Devil, all movies dealing with the survival of witchcraft in the modern world. The movie also has a certain amount in common with Hammer’s Dracula AD 1972, with the collision between evil supernatural forces and 1960s/early 1970s youth culture. It also resembles Dracula AD 1972 in obviously having been made by people of the previous generation who view the whole youth culture thing as presaging the end of civilisation as we know it, which it sort of was...

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

The animated short adaption of SHADE THE CHANGING MAN is terrific!

In honor of HP Lovecraft's birthday- my STORIES IN THE KEY OF LOVECRAFT

In honor of HP Lovecraft's birthday- Cthulhu films animated adaption of AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS.


And here are the chicken fights for comparison...

ARMAGIDEON TIME reflects on one of my favorite issues of one of my favorite comics...

From ARMAGIDEON TIME

While the analogues and semi-analogues of modern heroes were mildly interesting, it was the weird (and often-one note) ancillary Golden Age characters which truly facinated me — from JAS clutch hitters like Hourman and Dr. Fate down to (then) obscurities like T.N.T. or the original Vigilante. It’s an interest which I apparently shared with Roy Thomas, who assembled a group of Golden Age also-rans to serve as the core of All-Star Squadron‘s period ensemble cast...

 

Two clips from the Agent Carter short film...