From Image Comics, writer Brian K. Vaughan (Saga), artist Steve Skroce and colorist Matt Hollingsworth comes the epic mini series about a future war between Canada and The United States of America. Check out my review of We Stand on Guard issue 2.
Outcast is a demonic possession horror comic series from writer Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) and artist Paul Azaceta. The Image Comics release has just dropped issue #11 so check out my review right here.
From Caliber Media Company and director Jack Heller (Enter Nowhere), comes the horror thriller Dark Was The Night. Starring Kevin Durand (The Strain), Lukas Haas (Mars Attacks) and Nick Damici (Stakeland), the film is available in limited theaters and VOD now.
It’s been 20 years or so since I saw the original Vacation and I have to admit, I wasn’t a fan. I just didn’t find Chevy Chase funny (still don’t). But movies have changed a lot since then and so have I. Seeing this Vacation makes me want to go back and see it again in case I missed something. I went into this just for the Chris Hemsworth scene (you know the one I mean) but I ended up liking the whole thing.
The Insane Clown Posse have released their 14th studio album and second chapter of this year’s The Marvelous Missing Link Joker’s Card. While the first chapter of this saga ‘subtitled Lost’ was one of the band’s most devilish to date – ‘Found’ is the most positive and chill release of Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope’s career.
Fronted by former Dawn of Ashes singer Krisof Bathory, Urilia is set to unleash their debut EP ‘The Adversarial Light’ on August 11th. Featuring members from other extreme metal acts like As Summer Dies and Demona Mortiss, this new group is not screwing around and looks primed to wreak havoc upon the death metal scene.
Written by the Sharknado film trilogy director Anthony C. Ferrante with Dan Parent on art detail, comes the insane comic crossover one-shot ‘Archie Vs Sharknado: available now from Archie Comics. Check out my review here!
Lamb of God are back with a vengeance on their seventh studio album under that moniker. It’s technically eight if you’re feeling awesome and include their true debut as Burn The Priest (a wicked record that still holds up by the way). Fuelled lyrically by singer Randy Blythe’s 2012 arrest and stay in a lovely Czech Republic prison while he faced manslaughter charges: VII: Sturm und Drang is appropriately the most in depth and emotionally charged offering that Lamb of God has ever produced.
I don’t get Adam Sandler. I didn’t like Billy Madison or Happy Gilmore and I haven’t seen anything else of his. I just don’t think he’s funny. So I fully acknowledge that I might be the wrong person to be reviewing (and indeed watching) this film. If you’re an Adam Sandler fan, you should skip my review and just go see the movie; I’m sure you’ll like it.
From writer Alex de Campi and artist Fernando Ruiz comes the insane mash-up mini series from Darkhorse comics – Archie vs Predator. Check out my review of issue #4.
From Brian Michael Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino comes the new ongoing Marvel series Old Man Logan, which focuses on an elder Wolverine trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic wasteland dominated primarily by villains. Check out my review of issue 3!
When you’re tiny, the world is a VERY different place. That’s what this movie was about and it did it very well. A filling bathtub becomes a great wave of water; an ant colony becomes a stampede. The visuals of changing scale were a delight. I’d like to watch it again just for that.
The eleventh studio effort from Lil Wayne is a mess of drug fuelled lyrics and sex riddled nonsense from a rapper who has been delivering just enough, in order to pay for his daily doses of weed, bitches and face tattoos.
Cradle of Filth have released their eleventh studio album ‘Hammer of The Witches’. Featuring their new lineup which consists of guitarists Marek ‘Ashok’ Šmerda and Richard Shaw plus new keyboardist & vocalist Lindsay Schoolcraft.