Saturday November 28th, 2015 12:00:25 PMJeff Kuykendall
The Return of Captain Invincible (1983) looks fantastic in the blueprints. After celebrity success in the 40’s, a superhero, Captain Invincible, is brought before McCarthy’s Senate Subcommittee and accused of being a Commie; disillusioned with his country, he goes into exile … Continue reading →
Tuesday November 24th, 2015 06:23:15 PMJeff Kuykendall
During his lifetime, L. Frank Baum was eager to franchise his talents, whether it be his popular series of Oz novels or (since he felt himself chained to the Land of Oz) the many other original fairy tales he preferred … Continue reading →
Saturday November 21st, 2015 03:31:52 PMJeff Kuykendall
It’s a well kept secret that Hammer’s Frankenstein series (1957-1974) is a good deal more interesting than its more popular sibling, the Dracula series. The Dracula formula was straightforward, cemented by its third film, Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966): Christopher Lee … Continue reading →
Feed aggregation powered by Syndicate Press. Processed request in 0.76347 seconds.