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Peggy, Howard, & Jarvis In New Promotional Still For ‘Agent Carter’

Marvel has released new promotional still for ‘Agent Carter’ featuring Hayley Atwell, Dominic Cooper, and James D’Arcy.

Official Synopsis:

It’s 1946 and peace has dealt Peggy a serious blow as she finds herself marginalized when the men return home from fighting abroad.

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Dracula Untold (2014) Review

After seeing Luke Evans in the first trailer of “Dracula Untold’ I was already interested! It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a film about Dracula so I thought this one should be interesting! 599 more words


#ThrowbackThursday -- Film Technique in "An Education" (sort of a movie review but not exactly)

I’m getting so creative with these throwbacks, huh. This is actually a paper that College Freshman SM wrote in December 2009 (5 years ago, holy moly), for the film class I was taking in my very first semester as a co-requisite for the screenwriting class I was taking at the time as well, since the Intro to Creative Writing class had filled up before I could register for it. 1,999 more words


Premiere Particulars: Agent Carter

You know, the next time I have the nerve to doubt Marvel, I should really just slap myself. Because I didn’t think The Avengers would work, and I was kind of uncertain about… 963 more words

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TV Review: Agent Carter, Episode 1.01/1.02, "Now is Not the End/Bridge and Tunnel"

“A humming undercurrent of enthusiasm runs throughout the super-sized premiere of Agent Carter, Marvel’s latest small-screen venture; from start to finish, it’s clear as day that the creative types driving the show know what they’re doing, and that they’re overjoyed to be doing it. 77 more words


Mini-Review Monday: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

Release: June 22, 2012

Story: A mysterious man played by Dominic Cooper trains a young Abraham Lincoln (Benjamin Walker) to hunt, fight, and kill vampires. Lincoln seeks revenge after a vampire kills his.mother. 500 more words


Dracula Untold

Picture Courtesy of Universal Pictures

I love when dark films have a big budget, they just make things so much better.  Everyone, if not most, are familiar with the tales of Dracula.   380 more words

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