The newest trailer for The Wolverine just dropped. Between this and the picture above tweeted by director James Mangold, it appears they listened to our very reasonable suggestion to rename the Wolverine sequel Wolverine 1: This Is The...Show More Summary
Our two winners will get their hands on a copy of Stella Gemmell's The City, compliments of the folks at Bantam Press. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe. The winners are:- Linda Akerman, from Korsholm, Finland- Stig Edvartsen, from Lillehammer, NorwayMany thanks to all the participants!
A couple of months back we shared the trailer to Paul Hough's intriguing new flick THE HUMAN RACE and today we have some exciting news on the film as it makes quite a stir at Cannes with several key deals closing on the action/sci-fi/horror...Show More Summary
In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft is unveiling the next Xbox today (at 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern) and the Internet is abuzz with rumors about the console. Will it be dubbed the Xbox Infinity, or just Xbox? Will those scary rumors of a required constant Internet connection be confirmed, or were they... Read More
Finally a familiar face! The latest Wolverine reveals a little bit of plot behind Wolvie's fancy Japanese vacation. Plus, there's a sneak peek at the final level big boss Logan will most likely have to fight with his shirt off. Read more...
The undead are definitely upping their game, there's no question about it. And as if to prove the point, these parkouring zombies will happily show you how they've taken their stalking skills to the next level. Read more...
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Guillermo del Toro discusses the potential story for Pacific Rim 2. Damon Lindelof explains why Brad Bird's Tomorrowland really is all about Disneyland... sort of. Ellen Page discusses her return as Kitty Pryde for X-Men: Days of Future Past. David Fincher's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea hits a fresh setback. Spoilers right now! Read more...
A second full-length trailer for 'The Wolverine' features more Japan, more mutants, more action and more giant Silver Samurai.
In my neverending quest to own virtually every ereader imaginable (well, at least ones I can buy in a store), I recently decided to buy the Aura HD made by Kobo. Naturally, 2 days before the announcement of the Aura, I had just purchased the Kobo Glo. I've always liked the Kobo devices more than [...]
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Vince Cracchiolo covered last weekend’s Motor City Comic Con for Bleeding Cool. Besides finding out both Norman Reedus and Cary Elwes were being incredibly gracious to fans at the event in Farmington Hills, Michigan, we also spotted the best photo ever of Stan Lee. Show More Summary
Paul Jones, the special effects and makeup veteran whose work has graced films such as 100 FEET, THE THING, SILENT HILL and GINGER SNAPS to name but a few, is gearing up to helm his directorial debut with BUZZKILL, and according to Screen...Show More Summary
Ben Wheatley is, in this writers opinion, one of the most exciting and visionary directors working today. He blew many of us away with 2011's KILL LIST, easily one of the best reviewed films of the year. Our own Chris Bumbray caught...Show More Summary
It is with sadness that we report that White Zombie drummer Phil Buerstatte has passed away over the weekend in Madison, Wisconsin. There are no details surrounding his death as of yet. He was 44 years old. Buerstatte played with the band from 1992 through 1994, making him a part of the La Sexorcisto tour... Read More
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Karen Russell is the author of the story collection St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves and the novel Swamplandia!, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and one of the New York Times' Top 5 Fiction Books of 2011. Her new story collection, Vampires in the Lemon Grove, was released by Knopf in February 2013.
I started telling the story in present tense almost from the beginning because present tense can be really distancing in interesting ways for me. It allows a character to exist in a perpetual now, looking neither backwards nor forwards. And for a character like Nadia, who is trying incredibly hard to not think backwards or forwards, it really fits.
There is a werewolf girl in the city. She sits by the phone on a Saturday night, waiting for it to ring. She paints her nails purple.
If I can pinpoint any “beginning” for this story, it would be the disembodied voices. It was an idea that came to me years ago, when I was first living alone in an apartment and would sometimes hear my neighbors through the walls. I think at one point I actually heard something that sounded like a dropped casserole dish. Show More Summary