28 Days Later

28 Days Later was officially released in 2002 (same year The Ring came out) in the UK and worldwide in 2003. It received critical acclaim from critics and movie goers alike. A sequel titled, “28 Weeks Later” came out in 2007 focusing on a new set of characters. I thought it was pretty good. 28 […]

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No Time to Die

After “Spectre” was released in 2015, a fifth installment of the rebooted “James Bond” with Daniel “Dan” Craig titled, “No Time to Die” began development. When Sam Mendes left to make other projects, MGM and Eon Productions offered directors Christopher Nolan, (my personal hero) Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later, Sunshine) & Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, […]

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage

After “Venom” came out in 2018 earning negative reactions from critics, fans and movie goers alike, Sony commenced development of a Venom sequel and their own cinematic universe based on characters from “Spider-Man” such as “Morbius,” “Kraven The Hunter,” “Nightwatch” & “Madame Web.” Both Morbius & “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” were delayed, due to […]

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Spectre

After “Skyfall” was released in 2012, Metro-Golden-Meyer (MGM for short) began development of a fourth installment of the James Bond reboot series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond. This time MGM finally gets the rights back to an evil organization known as “Spectre” led by Bond’s archenemy Ernest Starvo Blofeld. Why was Spectre […]

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