Vampires, Bazookas and explosive ghosts – Preacher deviates from the original comics, but keeps it’s heart and spirit present.
If you knew anything about Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon’s original cult classic Preacher graphic novel, you were probably surprised to hear that it was being adapted into a television series by AMC (The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad); and even more surprised to find out that Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen (yes that Seth Rogen) were the directors who were bringing it to Preacher to life onto our screens. But even with some of Seth Rogen’s enthusiasm to help grease the wheels, how does one adapt a property like Preacher in a show? A property which’s main theme is to pretty much spit in the face of religion as a whole? Read More
I knew this would come…the day where someone would mistake this collection of insane ramblings as an actual blog and now that day is here…So screw it, let’s get this show on the road. So first of all I would like to thank Diego over at LazySundayMovies for exposing my blog as the farce that it is nominating me to take part in this cool event! I’ll admit that before the nomination, I was unfamiliar with the Liebster awards, but after a quick search on google, I confirmed that it was in fact actually not a cult; so in that case, I was on board and ready to do it. Read More
So the first trailer for Assassins Creed has dropped a few days ago (from the date of this post) and I feel somewhat ashamed for saying that I almost completely forget this was going to be a thing (especially seeing that I’m a fan of the series). Assassin’s Creed is the first movie produced by it’s creator Ubisoft’s new Motion picture department, who look set to turn some of their most popular game series into movies Read More