Oh Zombies, we love you so. Who could resist your adorable mindless brain nomming? We’ve been gorging ourselves on an undead buffet for the last several years with tons of movies, games, and comics dedicated to the subject. Save room for dessert because here comes Infectonator : World Dominator.
The film Brick, directed by Rian Johnson, has aspects of both classical and neo-noir. The film, although it works to convey a classical feel by its choices in lighting and character development, stays true to neo-noir style in that the Noir Hero, Brendan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), is motivated not with selfish intent, but solely out of the interest of the girl that he loves.
Tales of the Black Freighter is a story about the sole survivor of an attack on his ship by a Haunted Freighter. The Freighter sails off towards his hometown, and the dream of saving his family is all that keeps him from deaths door. With only the dead bloated corpses of his crewman for company, he must find a way to survive, and to get home.
The ProjektFest ’10 review and photos come courtesy of friend of the site, Kenny Dreadful. ‘Everything exceeded my expectations but none more then the performers themselves.’
Hello all, and welcome to Saturday Cinema; for my first Film Noir review, I’ve chosen the film Double Indemnity. Directed by Billy Wilder and released in 1944, Double Indemnity is often hailed by critics as being the start of the Noir genre: with its foreboding use of shadow and hard-boiled detective story line, Double Indemnity is a timeless example of classic Noir styling.
If you look up “Wizard” in the Chicago yellow pages you will find only one name. Harry Dresden. Jim Butcher created the city’s only Practicing Wizard ten years ago in the best selling Storm Front.
Dead Space: Downfall is a prequel to the blockbuster video game. In the game an engineer finds himself on the planet cracker class mining ship Ishimura. Moments after his arrival the horror ensues. This is the story of the Ishimura’s downfall.