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The month of October is typically time for scary movies to get the spotlight, but this month is also packed with some great, geeky stuff that’s significantly less likely to give you nightmares. From massive conventions to hit movies and cool comics, there’s a lot to look out for on shelves, in theaters, and around the geek scene throughout October.

Here are… Continue reading October Geek Guide: Comic Cons, A Lawn Jabba, Marvel Reboots, and More To Look For This Month

This February, 20th Century Fox will release Deadpool, and it should prove to be a very interesting experiment in comic book cinema. While R-rated comic book films have been released before – with titles like WatchmenV For VendettaThe Punisher, and Blade all coming to mind – Deadpool is going to be something of a different animal, since this will be the first R-rated superhero film to feature a mainstream costumed comics character from… Continue reading Comics on Film: The Pros and Cons of an R-rating for 'Deadpool'

The Important News

Casting: Tom Holland is officially the new Spider-Man. Jason Statham will return for Furious 8. Julia Stiles will return for Bourne 5. And Alicia Vikander is confirmed for Bourne 5. Beyonce is rumored to be joining The Avengers. Chris Pine is rumored to be joining the Justice League. Dwayne Johnson will battle monsters in Rampage. Arnold Schwarzenegger will star in the drama 478. Channing Tatums is no longer doing a Ghostbusters movie.

New… Continue reading Best of the Week: Tom Holland is Spider-Man, the Pros and Cons of a New Hulk Movie and More

Bruce Banner’s angry alter ego is back in the news again after it was recently confirmed that the conspicuous lack of a solo Hulk movie post-Avengers has nothing to do with the rights to the character and everything to do with, well… Marvel deciding not to make another Hulk movie.

The specifics of Marvel’s stake in the green goliath’s big-screen adventures were… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Pros and Cons of a Solo 'Hulk' Movie

It’s been a rough road for adaptations of some of Stephen King’s biggest books. Rumors of a movie based on King and Peter Straub’s epic The Talisman have floated around for years (with Steven Spielberg attached at one point), but have never come to fruition. Ron Howard tantalized us with what was sure to be an amazing multi-feature version of King’s sprawling dark… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: The Pros and Cons of Making 'The Stand' Into a TV Show and a Movie