Dread Central has the schedule for FantAsia 2010 in Montreal. This year has a special focus on organized religion with a screening of Ken Russell’s The Devils and Serbian genre films with a screening of A Serbian Film. which people have found hard-going.
The digital edition of Jim Munroe and Shannon Gerrard’s, Sword of My Mouth is up with some lovely preview pages. You can stare straight down the blade, if you want.
A young woman releases demons and then has to trap them up again with her grandfather’s camera in the webseries, Camera Obscura. The trailer looks promising.
Miss Takahashi Rumiko? Sad that InuYasha is complete? Well, you could go over to Viz’ website, where they’re publishing her new manga, Rin-ne, online as its serialized in Japan…
Every now and again, I like to pause in my appreciation of the romance genre and take the opportunity to bitch about it instead. I know it’s not perfect. As the largest genre in the world, it also contains the largest collection of bad books. I don’t review […]
It’s about slapstick, yes. Splatstick, too, of course. And Bruce Campbell, mos def. But to me, Sam Raimi’s films have really always been about the camera.