The Interview with Dacre Stocker was tonight. He touched apon alot of good points. He mentiones refocusing who Dracula is and making people relise he came from a book not the movies. They have some great chrecters in the book. It is a fantastic read and you should pick it up. The books release date is Oct 13.
Archive for August, 2009
Rob Zombie Halloween 2 is a Rob Zombie movie staring Micheaal Myers. More on my review of this latter. In better news Dexter S3 came on dvd, one of the best shows out there. Jimmy Smitts was a great supporting charecter. I was sad he was only in it for one season. The new book will be out in Sep make sure u look for it.
New True Blood is on tonight on HBO.
Scream Queens season 2 beings ugh ugh ugh yuck putrid rather
watch AMERICAN IDOL. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Dacre Stoker Great Grand Nephew to Bram Stoker will be calling into me and Christine.
Ben form out of the Dark world Tattoo in Worcester will be in the studio with us as well.
Check him out at www.worcestermagazine.com he is part of 24 hoursin a day of Worcester.
Adriane King from Friday the 13th Part 1 and 2
And maybe Gunner Hanson from Texas Chain Saw Massacre
So like I posted last night “Inglourious Basterds” pulled in an impressive 38 million, the highest grossing movie of Tarantino’s career.
Also opened this weekend? The disappointing “Shorts” directed by Quentin’s BFF Robert Rodriguez. The kid flick pulled in only 8 million, making it the lowest grossing
So I ventured out to the movies last night and braved the mobs of teenagers to see Quentin Tarantino’s latest masterpiece “Inglourious Basterds” starring Brad Pitt. Now let me preface by saying I love Tarantino movies. And I loved Basterds. Kinda.
It was classic Quentin and visually you will not be disappointed. I enjoyed the dialouge, but the plot ran a little thin. It’s divided into chapters, and there’s plenty of gun fights and gore to keep you happy.
It feels like a long movie in someplaces and drags on in others. I feel like the climax should have been longer but all the loose ends get tied up nicely enough. I would have loved a little backstory on the Basterds themselves though the guy who plays Lands more then makes up for it with his delivery alone. All in all, great flick. 3 1/2 out of 5.
I got the early press copy of the book. I will be reading it everyday.
Next week Bram Stokers Great Grand Nephew will be on my show.