With a new film in pre-production it seems interest has peaked once more for Britain’s most well known comic creation.
With the future of the world in the balance, Eph and his courageous team…must combat a terror whose ultimate plan is more terrible than anyone first imagined—a fate worse than annihilation.
It’s an alternate history 1930s and dragons exist. This is the revenge story of young Enrico who discovers that his recently deceased father had a secret occupation that put him at odds with the mob.
How does the latest animated project from the creators of “The Triplets of Belleville” stack up to its predecessor? Quite well actually.
Wizard World Chicago is smaller than most conventions, but don’t let that dissuade you. There may just be more than a few reasons to give this destination a second look.
Chaplin has influenced generations, with everything from film techniques to fashion. Audiences both old and new owe it to themselves to discover or rediscover this genius of the silent era.
Comedy is so subjective. What makes one person spew their drink, leaves another scraping the eye crust. That said, here are Fanboy Confidential’s picks for “must-see” comedies.
An AWOL soldier-with-no-name unwittingly finds himself protector to a small orphan boy and his dog.
Before the barbarian that would inspire Milius and Ahnuld, Robert E. Howard created the tough as nails puritan Solomon Kane…Solomon is content to wander aimlessly with nothing, but his twin flintlocks, a rapier, and a dagger to keep him company.
Vampires are real, and we’ve unfortunately learned this fact too late. Join Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro as they take us on a further journey into a world gone to hell.