Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness takes the Marvel Cinematic Universe someplace new, and I’m not just talking about the whole, wide multiverse we finally get to see.
Ash vs Evil Dead is almost exactly what fans might expect from an Evil Dead TV show. The Necronomicon Ex Mortis is causing trouble again, and it’s up to Ash to save the day 30 years after he last took on the Deadites and those Kandarian Demons with his boomstick and chainsaw. Of course, this time it’s Ash who actually started the whole problem, but once the demon is out of the netherworld, what are you going to do?
Ready for the latest glimpse into director Sam Raimi’s Oz The Great and Powerful? Walt Disney released the latest character poster for the film, which features what one must assume is the would-be Wicked Witch, but as EW.com points out, no one really knows yet just who ends up becoming this wicked one–Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz) or Glinda (Michelle Williams).
Damn. So, apparently Spider-Man 4 is a dead deal. It was bug-sprayed. Stepped-on. Swatted. Flushed down the ethers of possibility.
“Best. Ever.” is a weekly conglomeration of things that made my week. And there was much rejoicing. This week, the final season of Lost, Evil Dead returns to cinemas, no more Napoleon Dynamite, the Internet turns 40 (kinda), and maybe the new V won’t suck?
New this week, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds star as fake fiancées in the romantic comedy, The Proposal; Sam Raimi directs Alison Lohman in the critically acclaimed horror film, Drag Me To Hell; plus a look at the box office bomb, Land Of The Lost, and one of the funniest animated movies, South Park Bigger, Longer, & Uncut on Blu-ray.
Good news Toronto horror fans, a short missive came in earlier today about a free promotional event and I thought it was worth passing the info along, especially if your a fan of director Sam Raimi.
To promote the release of Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell on DVD/Blu-ray, Universal Studios will be screening the unrated director’s cut of the film at the Bloor Cinema next week.
This weekend has not one, but two amazing movies opening, and they’re both getting the kind of reviews that most genre films can only dream about. The first is Disney-Pixar’s first 3-D movie, Up, which debuted at Cannes this month; while the other is the latest from horror director Sam Raimi, Drag Me To Hell, starring Alison Lohman.
“Best. Ever.” is a weekly conglomeration of things that made my week. And there was much rejoicing.
The dark webslinger returns, Khaaaaaaan!, Jacob lives!, ER flatlines, Twouble with Twitters, Star Wars/Dallas intro, Red Dwarf rises again, Dallas Green, CuteOverload, and Terry Pratchett.