I love Godzilla and I always have. Watching movie after movie from Toho Co featuring a giant lizard rampaging across a city destroying everything in its path while fighting off an equally humungous, ferocious and fantastical creature with little regard for humanity was to me always the source of immense amounts of enjoyment.
The Man who Killed Hitler and then Bigfoot is one hell of a title. It tells you the plot of the film, it tells you the scope of the film, it tells you the time period of the film, it tells you the characters in the film but what it doesn’t tell you is how […]
Following on from the brilliant Batman: Gotham By Gaslight Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have brought another magnificent DC story to life, this time the epic Death of Superman saga which caused comic book chaos when it came out in 1992 and 1993.
The 2009 parody novel by Seth Grahame-Smith, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies came about when a shrewd book editor decided to combine a list of populist horror characters, fanboy favorites and geek culture icons with public domain books whose copy write had expired meaning they could be rewritten and reimagined without any dispute.