Icons of Darkness presents sci-fi, fantasy, and horror film memorabilia

Movie buffs can see the most extensive privately-owned collection of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror film artifacts on earth at the Icons of Darkness exhibition at Hollywood & Highland in Los Angeles. Photos courtesy of Icons of Darkness Curated and collected over the last 60 years – and representing over 100 years of film history –the … Read more

Q&A: Aharon Keshales Enters Texas Darkness in South of Heaven: Noir, cowboys .. and Ted Lasso? – Screens

Evangeline Lily and Jason Sudeikis in Texas noir South of Heaven (Image Courtesy of RLJE) When Aharon Keshales cast Jason Sudeikis as ex-con Jimmy in Lone Star crime flick South of Heaven, he thought he was opening a new perspective on the actor. He didn’t realize there was a catch. “Nobody wants anything bad happening … Read more

Infinite Darkness, the Netflix miniseries that surpasses the films of Milla Jovovich

By: Fernando Chuquillanqui Journalist, movie buff, collector, gamer. July 13, 2021 – 11:05 AM Throughout its long history, the saga Resident Evil He has known of triumphs and failures, both in his video game installments and in his (already several) forays into other formats, such as film, television, literature and even theater. Although recently we … Read more

5 Reasons To Revive The Stalled Darkness Movie (& 5 To Let It Go)

First published in 1996, The Darkness quickly became one of the flagship comic book titles of Top Cow Productions. Created by Marc Silvestri, David Wohl, and Garth Ennis—and first appearing in Witchblade #10—the title focused on the supernatural, horror-rooted adventures of New York mafioso Jackie Estacado and his link with a mysterious entity, the titular Darkness. RELATED: Top … Read more

“If you do not have darkness in your life you are not living to the full”

Frame of Black Mass With a dry and realistic tone and narrative, director Scott Cooper premieres Black Mass, the amazing and terrifying story of Boston gangster James ?? Whitey ?? Bulger. ?? Truth is stranger than fiction ??, says the American filmmaker Scott Cooper (Virginia, 1970) and of course it is seldom as true as … Read more

Oscar Isaac shines amidst the darkness and brutality of ‘The Card Counter’ – The Seahawk

Written and directed by Paul Schrader, ‘The Card Counter’ will surprise those who are unfamiliar with his work. A signature of Schrader’s work, which includes writing credits on many Martin Scorcese films including “Taxi Driver” and his recently directed film “First Reformed,” is his ability to depict a lone protagonist confronting their own dark destiny … Read more