Body Heat

25 04 2017




Star Wars – Ironing out the prequels

19 04 2017

Random ramblings on music and movies

logo

It’s been a while since I’ve done any random rambling that wasn’t part of a review and with Star Wars fever overrunning the world on the lead up to The Force Awakens, it seems as good a time as any to share some thoughts on the franchise thus far. This particular post is going to look at several subtle adjustments that I think would have worked well for Episodes I – III.
My aim here is not to rewrite the story that George Lucas delivered over the course of those three movies. As I mentioned a long time ago, in an article far, far away, I am not a prequel hater. I prefer to take the six episodes to date as a whole and appreciate the tale in its entirety. In that respect, I find the narrative that unfolds from The Phantom Menace to Revenge of the Sith to be satisfactory in a broad sense…

View original post 2,146 more words





3 04 2017

gettyimages-93741501.jpg

Kyle Maclachlan as FBI agent, Dale Cooper  and  Ms.  Sherilyn  Fenn  as Audrey Horne,  Mark Frost and David Lynch’s  TWIN  PEAKS





10 Cloverfield Lane

24 03 2017




Star Trek Beyond

20 03 2017




Star Trek Into Darkness

13 03 2017

Misses a couple of my favorite shots/moments, including the film’s most “controversial” one; actually one of its best comic/character moments) but a great job handling a very layered and multileveled movie that is also beautifully edited.

FilmGrab

View original post





Warner Bros & Legendary Take The Poster Posse To “Kong: Skull Island”

6 03 2017

blurppy

“An uncharted island in the South Pacific, a place where myth and science meet….”

kong-banner-2

We are big fans of The Poster Posse, “the art agency that makes #highlydesirableart for the movies you are dying to see.” We’ve featured their alternative movie posters several times on the site and on Friday, they revealed seven posters from their official collaboration with Warner Bros. and Legendary for a film we can’t WAIT to see, “Kong: Skull Island.

This reboot of the franchise is directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts and touts a stellar cast including: Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and John C Reilly.  It’s an action-packed, no holds barred, thrill ride that utterly brings Kong to a whole new generation of fans and cements his place in present day mythology.  Here is a look at all the pieces from The Poster Posse’s official collaboration for

View original post 98 more words