The string of excellent Stephen King projects hopefully continues next April as a new version of Pet Semetary arrives with Jason Clarke starring as Dr. Louis Crandall, who learns the horrible secret of his new Maine home when tragedy strikes.
Netflix is bringing another Stephen King story to streaming with an adaptation of King’s novella 1922, where Tom Jane stars as farmer Wilfred James, who murders his wife to keep her from selling their land but is then tormented by rats and other gruesome occurrences.
A mysterious cell phone signal turns most of humanity into mindless monsters, leaving the remaining humans to have to fight their way to safety in the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, Cell.
“Maniacal laugh, maniacal laugh, maniacal laugh!”
The adaptation of Frank Miller’s classic Batman story, The Dark Knight Returns, is coming out in two parts, with part 1 this fall and featuring Batman’s epic battle against a vicious gang called The Mutants, who are set to take over Gotham in the wake of Batman’s 10 year retirement.
Silent Hill returns to the big screen this Halloween with Revelation and the third game’s heroine, Heather, must journey to the cursed town to rescue her father and defeat the evil Pyramid Head.
Summer 2012 got off to a bang last week with The Avengers and this week Tim Burton and Johnny Depp return for their latest collaboration, an adaptation of the 60’s Gothic soap opera, Dark Shadows.
One of the best movies of last year is on DVD and Blu Ray this week along with a whole slew of the most mediocre movies of last year.
Following in the heels of Source Code, another recent movie, The Adjustment Bureau is heading to the small screen as well as an action “classic”, Universal Soldier.
If you’re doing a medieval Scottish epic or need an evil government or military official, Brian Cox is your go to actor for both.