Lewis Carroll's beloved classic gets its most faithful big-screen adaptation in this lavish British production. But how does it fare as a movie in and of itself?
(Originally posted on The Comics Bolt)
Doctor Strange, the Marvel Universe's future Sorcerer Supreme, matches wits and wizardry with the nefarious Baron Mordo for the first time in this week's First Strike!
Hellboy matches wits with a mischievous faerie in "The Corpse", a short story featuring the world's greatest paranormal investigator!
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on September 19, 2017)
A young prince must pose as a pirate as part of a daring rescue mission in The King's Buccaneer, a novel from Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Cycle.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 16th, 2016)
A wizard contends with a mysterious enemy in The Face in the Frost, a delightful fantasy that offers laughs and genuine chills in equal measure.
Part 2 covered the first three seasons of the show, and now we're in the home stretch for the last three!
In Part 1 of this review, I went over the backstory of Highlander: the Series, its origins, and some basic info about the characters. Now it's time to dive into the show itself, with a season-by-season breakdown!
(Original version posted on Channel Awesome on September 21, 2015)
"From the dawn of time we came, moving silently down through the centuries. Living many secret lives, struggling to reach the time of the gathering, when the few who remain will battle to the last. No one has ever known we were among you...until now."
With these words, spoken by none other than Sean Connery and followed by a friggin' awesome Queen song, the Highlander saga began...and continued a lot longer than it probably should have, as one awful movie sequel after another followed in the wake of the original film. However, unlike the movies, I thought the spinoff Highlander television series was extremely well done for the most part - so well done that it's my favorite TV show of all time. (Or at least since I started college, watching reruns of it on the Sci-Fi Channel, back when it was called that.) And as you can tell from the title of this blog, it's also the subject of my 100th INCspotlight review!
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on November 24, 2014)
Does a film about a sword-fighting, evil-hunting, scenery-chewing 17th century Puritan count as a Thanksgiving movie? Well, even if it doesn't, I think it's time for me to finally knock Solomon Kane off my to-review list, where it's been since I first thought about doing this blog.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on October 27, 2014)
Wow...I've managed to keep up this blog for a whole year. To mark the occasion, I wanted to review something genuinely special to me: Lunar: The Silver Star.
The INCspotlight, formerly hosted on the website Channel Awesome, now has a new home on my own website! Putting the spotlight on classics that deserve to be remembered!