Teen Titans is three issues into its relaunch and the team’s situation just keeps getting more and more perilous. A killer robot attacks Raven in broad nightlight as she relaxes at a punk rock show. She calls on the rest of the gang for backup. All signs are pointing at S.T.A.R. Labs as the instigator of the incident and Red Robin begins to investigate.
Earth 2: World’s End continues in issue 2 with our heroes going up against the Fury of Apokolips, K’Li. It’s also discovered that Darkseid’s home world is on a collision course with Earth. Can the super powers of this alternate universe overcome possession by dark forces and stop the destruction of the entire world?
Pop culture junkies are in for a treat this weekend as Fan Expo Dallas rolls out the red carpet for Dallas Comic Con's annual Fan Days. Dozens of actors and artists from several different iconic television shows, movies, and comic books will be in attendance meeting and greeting their enthusiastic fans. Let's not forget the multitudes of vendors providing the masses with the opportunity to get their hands on hard-to-find items and merchandise. At the risk of sounding cliche, there really is something for everyone at Dallas Comic Con's Fan Days.
I have a feeling most fans of the early movies are going to be surprised when they delve into “Leprechaun: Origins.” Much like the “Evil Dead” reboot from a few years back, there’s nothing to laugh about here. Gone is the dark humor and puns Warwick Davis rained on his victims starting with a young Jennifer Aniston in 1993.
Mill Creek Entertainment took the release of Seth Rogen and Zac Efron’s “Neighbors” and used it to their advantage. They’ve made many fans of early “Saturday Night Live” and 1980’s comedies extremely happy. The long out-of-print “Neighbors” starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd is finally seeing the light of day once again.
Making a sequel to even a hit independent horror film can be a daunting task. It might not hold quite as much accountability as coming up with the next entry in the “X-Men” or “Batman” franchises, but still a nerve-wracking charge nonetheless. It’s a challenge Co-Directors Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath embraced when asked to helm the follow-up to Nicholas McCarthy’s supernatural thriller “The Pact.”
I should’ve known as soon as the POV footage appeared on my TV what I was in store for after putting “The Devil Incarnate” into my DVD player. As if the cover of a baby with horns adorned with a logo featuring an upside-down cross in place of the “t” wasn’t enough of a warning. I love a good possession or religious thriller so I wanted to give it a chance. I’ll need to remember to listen to my instincts next time.
"Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: The Complete Season 2" collects the last 26 episodes of this highly acclaimed series. I admit it's definitely different from the other shows featuring everybody's favorite crime solving canine. There are way more adult-oriented jokes and witty pop culture nods and winks that most children of the 2000s won't pick up on. However, I still feel it has elements which would appeal to a younger demographic. What's not to like about a Great Dane and his gang of mystery solvers facing off against a different monster every week?