Monthly Archives: February 2011

What the Palicki is Going On?

I saw the article about an unsold pilot for Lost in Space directed by John Woo, so I had to go check it out. Much like Blackjack (for the love of sanity, won’t somebody please think of the Woo-fans?), it … Continue reading

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Fear of its Publishing

Another story is going in the “wait for an anthology?” bin. I’ve gotten some very nice comments and helpful advice from editors regarding “Fear of its Prey,” my only foray into horror/dark fantasy, but no offers. It’s likely because I … Continue reading

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Chainmail Bikini You Say?

Okay, so remember when Robert Rodriquez was going to direct Rose McGowan as Red Sonja? Yeah, that’s not going to happen. What is going to happen is apparently Simon West directing Red Sonja. That would be Simon “Con Air” West, … Continue reading

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There Can Be Only . . . I can’t even say it.

Somewhere along the way, somebody apparently forgot the most important part of the Highlander mythos: There can be only one. Thankfully, we can ignore everything that came after, and I have a feeling I’ll be ignoring the next installment as … Continue reading

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A Killer Poster

Well, see the poster for the new adaptation of the Killer. The poster has been revealed. Certainly simpled than most Hong Kong action movie posters from the late 80s. The article at Collider can be found here.

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Ursa? Major!

What character could Alice Eve, Diane Krueger and Rosamund Pike be vying for in the new Superman movie? Well, apparently—and, of course, it’s all just rumours—it ain’t Lois Lane, though she is in the pic. Nope, this very attractive trio … Continue reading

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Adaptive Killing

Some people simply say they are fans of John Woo. I can’t say that, because I have to admit that I am not. I am a fan of John Woo’s Hong Kong heroic bloodshed movies, his pre-Windtalkers Hollywood output, and … Continue reading

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