Exactly. The 1956 version is nearly four hours long. It's always been an epic-sized story. »
Finally, Katrina is living up to that great shot of her in the opening credits where she looks properly sly and witchy. It's sad that, to date, that's the most interesting she's ever been. I want sneaky Katrina from the credits, not the sad, star-crossed-lovers Katrina we've been getting . . . . »
Yeah, the Count Dracula/Vlad the Impaler thing has been wildly exaggerated over the years. Stoker just stumbled onto the name "Dracula," thought it was a cool name for a vampire, and ran with it.
As far as I know, the first movie to explicitly link Dracula and Vlad was a 1974 TV-version of DRACULA directed by Dan… »
I don't know how the comics biz works, but, in book publishing . . . yes, once in a VERY rare while, a book will be cancelled or postponed because of unusually low advance orders from bookstores. In such cases, the book may be re-solicited again at some future point—but with a new jacket or title or in a different… »
Not a big fan of amnesia as a plot device. If a character doesn't know who they are, what their background is, what matters to them, and what they want (besides figuring out all of the above), why should I care about them? They're ciphers, not characters. »
I admit I was wondering why they bothered to introduce Stagg (and Java) if this wasn't a Metamorpho story. I mean, the characters on the FLASH ep could've been just an evil tycoon and his bodyguard/henchman. Why lift the names from another DC Comics series? »
Seriously? A couple dozen comments and not one person has referenced Charlton Heston or Yul Brynner? And people's first point of reference is to the cartoon musical version, not THE TEN COMMANDMENTS? »
I think they're going for a Han Solo/Princess Leia thing with Hawley and Abbie. Remember, Leia spends a lot of time in the first two SW movies accusing Han of being a mercenary who only looks for himself . . . but we all know how that ended up.
Pretty sure Hawley is being positioned as potential love interest for… »
I gotta say, that final no-holds-barred fight between May and "May" was one of the best spy-fights I've seen since the glory days of ALIAS. »
Ah, Smeary Eyeshadow . . . always one of my favorite Bat-Villains. Who can forget her first appearance in the now-classic DETECTIVE COMICS #48 ("The Mascara Murders"), although I'm also partial to the "New Look" Silver Age version of Smeary, as so memorably brought to life by Tuesday Weld on the old sixties TV series.
Nah, on Syfy, it will run for five seasons, but fans will still insist that Syfy cancels everything too soon. »
I have my doubts about whether Tyrese really killed that guy in the cabin. He says he did, but everyone takes him at his word and doesn't bother to see for themselves. And, no, we didn't see a body. I'm guessing the would-be baby killer is still alive . . .. »