You can never keep a hero down, or Heroes, as the case may be. At Sunday’s panel for the 13 episode miniseries Heroes Reborn, the 6000+ Hall H crowd got their first look at the sequel series, and they did not leave dissappointed. Heroes was a huge surprise hit for NBC back in 2006, and ran four seasons, though some fans may say that the show peaked early and grew tired, story-wise. Show runner Tim Kring wants you all to know, “We’ve had a long rest, a good night’s sleep, and we are ready to save the world again.” The show … Continue reading
The BBC has released the trailer for the upcoming 9th series of Doctor Who, just in time for Comic Con International! And this time they promise “New monsters, new adventures, new stories! Your further journeys with the Doctor begin here!” If you don’t want any spoilers, you’ve come to the wrong place, because here it is, a full 1 minute and 32 seconds of what is coming up this year, from the man born to save the universe. He’s the Doctor, and he saves people! “Every time I think it can get more exciting it surprises me” the Doctor says … Continue reading
The line between good and evil may be a lot shorter than you realize. The latest trailer for Marvel’s Daredevil, premiering next month on Netflix juxtaposes the horned hero with his nemesis, Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin, play by Vincent D’Onofrio, showing the two adversaries are as different as Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) would like to believe. The trailer gives us the first real look at D’Onofrio’s take on Fisk, and how he sees himself. Marvel’s Daredevil debuts April 10, on Netflix.
May is getting closer and closer, so you can count on Marvel upping the ante with new Avengers: Age of Ultron info hitting the web. Today the dropped a new (third!) trailer for the film, one that reveals a little bit more about where Ultron (James Spader) comes from, and what side Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson_ will be on, at least when we first meet them. I could tell you all about it, but I am sure you’d much rather just watch it. So I’ll shut up now. (Just a tip, make sure to stay all … Continue reading
If you grew up in the early 80s, Poltergeist was probably the first “horror” movie you saw. As horror films goes, the 1982 film is very rated PG compared to today. (although the filmmakers had to fight for that rating, PG-13 would not exist for 2 more years.) It was written and produced by Steven Spielberg and made at the same time (and the same street!) as E.T. Like everything else from the 80s, Poltergeist is back, and all updated for the 21st Century, with iPhones and flat screen TVs The 2015 version is directed by Gil Kenan (Monster House) … Continue reading