‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Viral Site Provides Timeline
Iris West Cast for CW’s Flash Series
Candice Patton (Heroes, The Game) has been cast opposite Grant Gustin (Barry Allen) in the CW’s Flash series. Iris West is Barry’s quick-witted best friend who is also the daughter of Detective West (Jesse L. Martin), who serves as a surrogate father to Barry. Miss West is a future love interest for the Flash in the DC Comics mythos.
March 28th, 1963
It was on this date 51 years ago that Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds was released. The film features the screen debut of Tippi Hedren. It also starred Rod Taylor, Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, and Veronica Cartwright.
A Sequel to Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is in Development
Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk recently announced that Tucker and Dale will again face the forces of Evil in a sequel to the 2010 film. The stars were at the Horrorhound convention in Cincinnati, OH this past week and revealed that a sequel is in the early stages of development.
For those that may not have seen this exception flick, here is the official synopsis:
Tucker and Dale are two best friends on vacation at their dilapidated mountain house, who are mistaken for murderous backwoods hillbillies by a group of obnoxious, preppy college kids. When one of the students gets separated from her friends, the boys try to lend a hand, but as the misunderstanding grows, so does the body count.
Review - Saṃsāra
- James Ninness (Writer)
- Scott Irwin (Illustrator)
- Ben Glibert (Letterer)
- Michael Drace Fountain (Editor)
- Daniel Touchet (Designer)
…after all, today is just another day. tony is working at the docks, frustrated with his girlfriend. sara is up early, delivering newspapers in the silence before dawn. brian hates his dayjob - a passionate hatred that stifles his every being. and veronica is going to have fun because that is what beautiful people do. these are their lives: they rise, they suffer, they sleep. after all, today is just another day…
This book is dark, atmospheric & endures in the mind long after you’ve flipped from the last page. Each segment of the book flows effortlessly with a neo-noir flair. The characterizations are excellent & completely relatable. The art is strong & blends well with the book’s gritty, cyclical nature. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for this book’s collaborative team.