Most people don't know much about Man-Thing. He's sort of a swamp monster who can apparently burn people by touching them if they have fear within them, which I believe means everyone except Green Lanterns, right? Anyway, Man-Thing is basically the Marvel version of DC's Swamp Thing except not as popular, though he did come out first
Walk with me down memory lane to a time when movies could star both Jamie Lee Curtis and William Baldwin as they fight an alien who travels through lightening bolts and can transform random scrap metal into all manner of robotic mis-mash-monsters.
A long time ago, Chow Yun-fat was about the coolest guy on Earth. Then he came to America. It's mostly been a sad song ever since.
This will be obvious to comic book fans, but most regular movie goers probably don't realize how many comic books come out that aren't about massively breasted women fighting each other in mid-air.
Comic book movies might be big business these days but that wasn't always the case, and even now some get lost in the shuffle. With today's release of 'Dredd' on Blu-ray and DVD, we look back at just some comic book movies that, for a variety of reasons, you might have missed the first go around. Some might be wort
Few directors working today offer more surprises per film than Quentin Tarantino, which is why it pays to go into his films knowing as little as possible before hand. But most of Tarantino's surprises are seasoned with a characteristically impressive nerve, which allows him to get away with things most filmmakers might shy away from. Her