Yup you read that correctly. George Romero is writing a comic book for Marvel. Way back in October 2012 Twitch reported that zombie extraordinaire George Romero would be writing a new comic property for Marvel. After too many months of silence a teaser has finally dropped for the project. And by “teaser” they definitely mean TEASER!! Here’s what was revealed last October:
“I’m writing a comic for Marvel. I’m writing it now, but its plot is a secret … I can tell you it won’t involve any of their on-going characters, there will be no superheroes. But it will involve zombies!”
And here’s the teaser:
It’s definitely not much, but I’m excited nonetheless. What about you?
Over the years the devil has been quite busy. He’s been trying to possess people of all ages, races, religious backgrounds, and belief systems. Hell, he’s even possessed a few animals over the years!! But now you can explore all of the scary, memorable, fun, and unique forms that good old Beelzebub has taken cinematically. This cool video has been put together to help promote THE LAST EXORCISM PART II. THE LAST EXORCISM PART II is directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly, written by Donnelly and Damien Chazelle, and stars Ashley Bell, Julia Garner, Spencer Treat Clark, David Jensen, and Tarra Riggs. Dig on the plot crunch:
Continuing where the first film left off, Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) is found terrified and alone in rural Louisiana. Back in the relative safety of New Orleans, Nell realizes that she can’t remember entire portions of the previous months only that she is the…
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Christopher Nolan assembles a psychological thriller that is unlike most films. Based on a short story by his brother Jonathan, Momento uses non-linear editing style along with two timelines, one in black-and-white and the other in color. The black-and-white scenes are in chronological order while the color sequences are in reverse. At first, it is confusing, but once the structural device is understood, the film reveals its unique story of revenge.
Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce), is looking for his wife’s killer, but he has anterograde amnesia, which doesn’t let him store new memories. He has developed a system of recollection using hand-written notes, tattoos, and Polaroid photos. Audiences are drawn to Leonard’s character because he is heroic and tragic at the same time. Nolan puts the viewer into Leonard’s shoes and you cannot help but feel his frustration. The cast gives everything they got to produce one of the most…
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