Daily Archives: April 18, 2012
Whether you know it or not, an injustice has been thrown upon us comic book fans for too long now. The legendary, red-scarved and black-cloaked vigilante with the hooked nose, steely gaze, and ominous laugh has been unceremoniously resigned to our misty-coloured memories and plaintive sighs – but no longer!
Today is an exciting day for us suffering, pulp-deprived fans!
Lamont Cranston, the Shadow, returns in a new ongoing, monthly series from Dynamite Entertainment. Criminals will cower and the gunfire of retribution will ring out loud in the streets of 1930’s New York…for the Shadow knows – say it with me now – what evil lurks in the hearts of men!
Aren’t we lucky? You bet we are!
The Divide is one of those films that has eluded me, despite being quite high on my ‘most recommended’ and ‘must watch’ lists. Thankfully, this post-apocalyptic psycho-drama from Anchor Bay has finally come to video! Starring Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes), Rosanna Arquette and more, no one really stood out until I read the director: Xavier Gens.
Probably best known for Hitman, I think Gens’ Frontière(s) is probably closer to what The Divide will offer – awesome ultra-gory nihilism (fingers crossed!)
Check out the trailer below; I’ll post my review soon, but this’ll give you time to pick up a copy of The Divide so you can help pass judgement!