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Analyzing Films and their impacts: DEADPOOL

So, I’m switching gears here, and going to look at the impact a film has had, both on the film industry, and on pop culture. Warning here: spoilers abound. 1,316 more words


So glad Tim Miller's Deadpool pitch was the one accepted

Some new concept art from the first few pitches for Fox‘s Deadpool movie has hit the web, and really does make me think of the old addage “the best things come to those who wait”. 262 more words


Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in a Sequel) by Julie Falatko and Tim Miller

I am very excited to announce that Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book!) will have a sequel, coming your way in the fall of 2017! 674 more words

Book News

10 Cloverfield Lane

A genuinely unsettling film, with effectively built tension, pay-off, and top-notch performances from Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, and John Gallagher Jr. Following very loosely from 2008’s ‘Cloverfield’, in which a giant alien creature decimated New York City, Michelle (Winstead) finds herself chained up in a doomsday bunker, held captive by the disquieting Howard (Goodman), after being knocked unconscious in a car accident. 425 more words


"Cuween Chambered Cairn" and other poems by Tim Miller

Cuween Chambered Cairn

I should go on my hands and knees to you,
you farmers from five thousand years ago.
Even though your skulls are no longer here… 951 more words

How Words Play

Deadpool - ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ Theatrical Review

Are you freaking kidding me?  I went and saw Deadpool in theatres back in February and somehow couldn’t find time to put up a review?  That was like five months ago!  721 more words

Movie Reviews

Review: Deadpool (2016)

Director: Tim Miller


This review was originally published on Scannain.com

 If one were to read this critic’s review of Guardians of the Galaxy, you’d find a lament for an edginess that the film thinks it has, but which it ultimately forgoes for superhero formula. 791 more words