“Where Hollywood’s films were full of urban grit and cinema verité style, Bollywood’s were full of blinding color and outlandish levels of artifice. This did not, however, deter Indian B movie king Mohammed Hussain from forging ahead with a remake of Don Segal’s Dirty Harry — one in […]
The Deleted Scenes webcomic takes a look at W. E. Coyote v. ACME Corporation.
Generally speaking, Romances are divided into two broad groups: contemporary and historical. Those distinctions are somewhat fluid. For instance, although it used to refer to anything set after 1900, ‘contemporary’ now encompasses anything set after World War II. ‘Historical’, meanwhile, covers everything else.
“She came from the Orient to seduce middle-aged white men who don’t shave.” Grady has a few things to say about the Zhang Ziyi and Dennis Quaid film, The Horsemen.
CSI: North Pole? Christmas cards starring a disturbed Santa and Chad Vader? Blame Society Productions mainlines the Xmas spirit.
Early in Eddie Campbell’s painterly “picture novel,” The Black Diamond Detective Agency, the main character, Jackie Hardin, says, “We thought we had all the time in the world…. Tomorrow can take it all away” (7). And with the implied death of a young daughter and a bucolic description […]