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DC Universe Rebirth #1 Review

 DC Rebirth #1

Review by Paul Bowler

Past, present, and legacy begin to realign in DC Universe Rebirth #1, as this major DC Comics event, written by Geoff Johns, and featuring an all-star art team, including Ethan Van Sciver, Ivan Reis, Gary Frank, and Phil Jimenez, kicks off this epic with a mammoth 80 page story that encompasses virtually every conceivable aspect of the DC Comics universe. 919 more words

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DC Universe: Rebirth #1 Preview -- Take My Money

We were on the receiving end of a preview copy of DC Universe: Rebirth #1, the 80-page kickoff to the next iteration of the DC universe. 658 more words

Comic News & Opinions

VANISHING ON 7th STREET (2010) Review

Directed by Brad Anderson
Written by Anthony Jaswinski
Starring Haden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo, & Jacob Latimore

There’s a lot of good to be said about VANISHING ON 7th STREET. 801 more words

Movie Reviews

Stonehearst Asylum aka Eliza Graves (2014) lacks the necessary insanity

Prologue. A lecture hall of a university somewhere in Britain at the end of the 19th century. An Alienist (Brendan Gleeson) wants to demonstrate to his students how to treat “hysteria” and for that reason, his assistants roll a young woman in a wheelchair into the hall. 923 more words

Transsiberian (2008)

A married couple travelling on the Transsiberian Express meet with a pair of fellow travellers and their journey takes a sinister and murderous turn.

Brad Anderson was responsible for the – in my opinion – overrated The Machinist which was notable mainly for the intense performance of its star Christian Bale. 164 more words

Film

WonderCon 2016 Program Cover

WonderCon is just weeks away and Comic-Con International released it’s Program Book cover featuring the DC holy trinity- Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. Designed and illustrated by WonderCon special guest Jason Fabok, with color art by Brad Anderson, Batman v Superman opens the same weekend as WonderCon. 25 more words

2016

Even the Chairs Are Scary in Session 9

Hello, all! I haven’t had any time to watch horror movies lately (to my greatest despair), but luckily I remembered that I hadn’t yet written about the last horror movie I did watch, which is Brad Anderson’s chilling asylum horror  973 more words

Films