In the wide and diverse pantheon of comic book supervillains, there are few with as much interpretive room and staying power as Lex Luthor. Much like his nemesis Superman, who innovated the superhero itself back in 1938, Lex Luthor has proven to be the foundation upon which hundreds of other comic book supervillains are at least partially based. First appearing in April 1940’s Action Comics #23… Continue reading Comics on Film: Ranking the Different Versions of Lex Luthor We've Seen So Far
In the near future, the New Founding Fathers of America institute a nationwide event called The Purge, a 12-hour period that begins on March 21 at 7 p.m. and wraps up the next morning during which all crime is legal. Some use the Purge for what it’s made for, as an opportunity to “release the beast” and kill for catharsis while others rush home… Continue reading Watch: We Go Deep Inside 'The Purge: Breakout,' a Different Kind of Haunted House
“Murder in the First” isn’t your typical detective or legal drama. Unlike police procedurals that tend to introduce a brand new case each week, TNT’s new series, from creators Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal, is using an entire season to follow two murders that seem to be linked.
The prime suspect in the investigation is Silicon Valley technology prodigy Erich Blunt, played… Continue reading 'Murder in the First's' Tom Felton: 'This is very different from anything I've done'
Coming off of The Innkeepers and The House of the Devil, you’d probably expect Ti West’s The Sacrament to be another horror movie. It’s not. Oh, there’s plenty of horrifying things in it, but it’s not a horror movie in the same vein as his other works.
The Sacrament stars AJ Bowen and Joe Swanberg as two reporters for Vice (yes, the real media company)… Continue reading Ti West and AJ Bowen Tell Us About Turning 'The Sacrament' into a Different Breed of Horror Movie