Oh, god. That would be a legal nightmare. Sony owns Spidey, Fox owns Iceman, and who knows who has dibs on Firestar? »
Going back a ways, the original INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS was supposed to end with a hysterical Kevin McCarthy screaming "You're next!" But this was judged too bleak a ending, so the studio tacked on a "hopeful" epilogue that suggests that the authorities are going to foil the invasion after all. Needless to say,… »
To be fair, the "Final Girl" thing is more of a staple of slasher films than horror movies in general.
And I can't resist pointing out that, early on, one of the mother's friends get tossed out a window in "The Exorcist," bringing the body count up to three. »
That's a great photo, which made me giggle when I stumbled onto it ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY this morning.
They should use some version of that shot on the movie poster! »
Okay, let me get this straight. The Pope has come out in favor of THE BIG BANG THEORY?
But where does the Vatican stand on SELFIE and TWO BROKE GIRLS? »
But note that she didn't actually SAY that she doesn't talk to her ex. She just gave Bobbie a look and let Bobbie fill in the blanks . . .incorrectly? »
You know, Oscar Goldman was a regular on both "The Six Million Dollar Man" AND "The Bionic Woman," so there is precedent for a sidekick doing double duty on two shows at the same time.
Just saying. »
I refuse to accept that Syfy "screwed up" by airing shows like Warehouse 13, Eureka, or Being Human . . . . »
Exactly. And "The Winter Soldier" was hardly a literal adaptation of the comic-book saga of the same name. I suspect that the "Civil War" movie will probably lift some ideas and themes from the comic-book version, but will be a brand-new story that just happens to have the same title. »
Ray Walston in "Damn Yankees" is perfectly charming and affable, even if he is trying to damn Tab Hunter's soul . . .. »
Exactly. Plus, Abraham has been fairly patient given all the detours they've been taking, to Terminus, to the church, to the fight with the cannibals. It may well be that, after hanging out with Rick's group for awhile, he was starting to realize that there was ALWAYS going to be some other crisis to be dealt… »
Raymond Massey's big speech (scripted by H.G. Wells, no less) at the end of THINGS TO COME (1936): »