Thank to our special guest contributor Nathan Lai here’s the best snaps of Oz Comic Con’s Cosplay Parade. ***WARNING*** Features both awesome and terribly ‘shoddy’ efforts.
Monthly Archives For June 2012
Here are some snaps of Graffiti in punctuation ?on the ground at Oz Comic Con – Day ?including: cosplay of some of your favourite Comic Book Movie characters, The Stan Lee Panel, Nick Brodie ?facing off against the Hulk and ?@Blakeisbatman? confronting Bane.
If you love Family Guy and worship at the alter of McFarlane you will absolutely adore Ted. It’s ridiculous, inappropriate, hilarious, nostalgic, geek heroin.
Quentin Tarantino Presents Rapper RZA’s first cinematic venture (co written by Eli [Hostel] Roth) The Man With the Iron Fists; and it looks like a bloody Kung Fu Chaos.
Thank to Oz Comic Con we get brutally honest with Jason Momoa about the glorious Game of Thrones, what it’s like working with the great Walter Hill and fighting “Rocky” Sylvester Stallone for the upcoming Bullet in the Head; and how the script let Conan the Barbarian down.
Thanks to Oz Comic Con we got to chat to everyone’s favourite big brother Dr. Simon Tam aka Sean Maher. We talk the Firefly Reunion possibly meaning more of the show, working with Joss Whedon and the inside scoop on ?Much Ado About Nothing?.
Thanks to Oz Comic Con we chat to the wonderful and beautiful Julie Benz about the inspirational creative environment of Angel, the changing landscape of T.V., mourning the loss of Rita and not being able to escape John Lithgow even when you don’t share the screen with him.
Surrounded by a cracking cast including Robert Deniro and Jennifer Lawrence it looks like Bradley Cooper is truly finding his dramatic chops in Silver Linings Playbook. Check out the trailer below and let us know…
Here’s our great chat with Scott Allie, Senior Managing Editor for Dark Horse Comics. We discuss Buffy, the concept of “Transmedia”, working with Joss Whedon and Guillermo Del Toro and realistically registering earth shattering events…
My Week with Marilyn is a performance master class from Williams, Branagh, Dench, Ormond etc orbiting around the most boring protagonist that I’ve seen in recent memory.
Choose not to see it (I couldn’t resist).
Marilyn Monroe is a vacuous, dumb, empty blonde, according to Michelle Williams and director Simon Curtis.
Blake Howard and Dale Sinden confirm your flight for this week’s around-the-world edition of THAT MOVIE SHOW… landing in Russia for ELENA, JAMAICA for MARLEY, DENMARK for A ROYAL AFFAIR, Scotland for BRAVE… and I have no idea for SNOW WHITE & THE HUNSTMAN…
Brave breaks Disney fairytale legacy and in doing so finally creates believable female characters that form the emotional core to the whimsy, terror and tradition of this magical Celtic tale.
With The Three Stooges hitting cinemas in Australia this week we decided to take a look at our favourite film trios that are better than just a number. That means no ‘Three Amigos’, ‘Three Musketeers’…
Thanks to ROADSHOW DVD we have 9 Blu Ray copies of MY WEEK WITH MARILYN to giveaway. How do you win? Well there are 2 options: 1. *Like and Comment “MICHELLE=MARILYN” on the photo on the Graffiti With Puncutation…
This tense, revelatory, account of uncovering family history laced with guilt and dark secrets makes for an engaging and enigmatic film.
There are genre films and there are films that redefine genres. There are films that fundamentally ‘get’ a genre so much that the premise amplifies everything you love and acknowledges and laughs with those loveable foibles.
Confession – I hate action movies. (Okay, maybe not hate, but strongly dislike with a fierce passion.) There’s only so much male posturing and muscle flexing I can take before, as Linkin Park so eloquently…
To celebrate the release of Brave aka Pixar’s red head revelry – we’ve decided to give a written warm embrace to our favourite melanin deficient, pasty brethren – The Red Headed movie characters.