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This 10-episode dramatic series starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers takes a look at the early reign of a young Henry VIII, the 16th century Tudor King of England.
Clive Owen and Monica Belucci star in this action packed flick from director Michael Davis.
Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons posts Part 2 of his visit the set of Zack Snyder’s big-screen adaptation.
Rumor has it that playwright, actor, and filmmaker Tyler Perry has joined the cast of J.J. Abrams’s Star Trek prequel. Check out all the possible spoilers!
Watch the trailer for New Line’s upcoming comedy sequel starring John Cho and Kal Penn as the title duo.
Dr. Royce finishes up his 8-part series, The Hellraiser Project, with this final direct-to-DVD installment of the Hellraiser franchise.
But before we start waiting in line for the fourth Indiana Jones film, here’s a look at some of the upcoming Indiana Jones-related movie promos and tie-ins.
Nicolas Cage, Jon Voight, and Diane Kruger return for this action-packed sequel that takes the treasure hunters to even more historic locations.
Check out the first images of Edward Norton as Dr. Bruce Banner in Universal’s Hulk sequel.
The Dark Knight official site has been uploaded to include video links, none of which work at this time!
Watch the trailer for the period drama starring Keira Knightley as the scandalous title character.
Written & Created by Kevin Moyers
Art by Philipp Neundorf
Release Date: August 25, 2007
Cover price: $1.75
What we’ve got here is a tough little nut to crack, at least from my viewpoint. Behind the curtain time; sometimes it’s hard to review things that come across my proverbial desk. Some books you read, and it’s easy to say “This is good” or “This is bad.” Not so much with this one. There’s some serious subject matter going on here and a very unique art style, which brings up some good points and some bad points. I’ll get to that in a minute.
First a bit of recap: Scorn comes to us from Septagon Studios, and tells the tale of Michael, a guy who’s had a rough time of it his entire life. His mother is killed at a young age, he becomes a bit of an outcast until he meets his best friend. Unfortunately, his friend is killed in issue 1 by a wanna-be gangster by the name of Torres, which sends Michael into a spiral of violence and murder. He has given himself over to revenge and his quest continues in this issue as Michael takes a step closer to Torres while finding out some info about his almost girlfriend. There’s violence, there’s sex, and there’s murder. [...]
This is the first of four scheduled direct-to-DVD movies for the animated television series created by Matt Groening.
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