Álvaro Rodríguez is a screenwriter, best known for his collaborations with his cousin, Robert Rodriguez. Most notably, Álvaro is the writer of From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman’s Daughter (1999); co-writer of Shorts (2009) and Machete (2010); and a writer on the first two seasons of the television series From Dusk Till Dawn (2014-15). His forthcoming projects Last Rampage (2017) and You, Mine are...[Read More]
Robin Swicord is a screenwriter, best known for literary adaptations, including Little Women (1994); Matilda (1996); Practical Magic (1998); Memoirs of a Geisha (2005); and an Academy Award winning take on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s short story The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008). She is also the writer-director of The Jane Austen Book Club (2007) and the newly released Wakefield (2016) starrin...[Read More]
Two of my very favorite people from back in my horrorizing days – the Den of Iniquity days, the “movie-disc-movie” days – are launching a phenomenal-looking new project with the best Kickstarter campaign you’ve ever seen. Why is this Kickstarter campaign so special, you may ask?
Back in 2003 Axel and I attempted to get our comic strip off the ground. Unfortunately, our artist was leaving for university and would no longer have the time to continue to draw out our crazy comics. As they haven’t posted to Eye Crave Network I figured it was time to drag out the nearly 10-year old comics for all too see.
The Guilt – Working as a team with your sister and achieving success. LOS ANGELES October 2nd, 2012 – It’s not unusual in cinema to see relatives working together to great results – the Coen brothers, Joan and John Cusack, the Coppola clan. The Spanish film duo of director David Victori Blaya and his sister, art designer Sandra Victori Blaya, is another such pair. These relative newcomers ha...[Read More]
This Guy Reviews: SADcalibur Soul Calibur V Hello my Sadcalibur fighters… and welcome back to the staaage of history. (in which I am wishin this version stays buried in) I love the Soul Calibur series. I have been playing it since the Dreamcast and it is one of those series I can’t wait to get a new release of…. as you can see by my totally bias review of Soul Calibur IV. Stright up…. If your plan...[Read More]
This Guy reviews: Resistance 3… sigh. Right so before I start this review I must say…. I have been spoiled by awesome high-end DX11/high rez pc gaming for some time now….(got a new tower) So going from Crysis 2 BF3 and Skyrim to this game was pretty shocking to my oculars and left my preped drool cup dry.…. K lets get this review DONE! Yes this review has been delayed…. Id say sorry but I really t...[Read More]
Yesssirrreeeeee Bob! Did I ever get a happy surprise and a blast from the past in the mailbox today. A beautiful new Blu-ray copy of my all-time favorite 90′s video naughty, Frankenhooker! Courtesy of the fine folks at Synapse Films. Coming to Blu next month, this Frank Henenlotter classic of the VHS era is one of my most beloved teen memories. Round about 1991, when I was at the height of my love...[Read More]
Aim High is the new web project from producer McG (of Terminator Salvation). The series, which debuts on Facebook on October 18th, follows the life of a high-schooler who tries to get the girl of his dreams while he moonlights as a government spy in constant danger. The element that makes Aim High unique is that it will integrate personal details from each viewer’s Facebook profile into the world ...[Read More]
One of the things I’ve come to love about Blu-ray’s is that they come with a digital copy. Most of the time I’ll download the digital copy before plopping in the Blu-ray disc to watch the movie in all its HD glory. Some of you may wonder why but as someone with a movie addiction I love to load up movies to take on the go. I’ll watch them during my lunch, while taking care o...[Read More]
Word around the campfire is that there’s competing films being prepped based on the character of Captain Nemo, from Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (as well as The Mysterious Island), including one to quite possibly be helmed by McG. This week’s book report comes courtesy of the good folks at Titan Books who have just rereleased Kevin J. Anderson’s Captain Nemo: The Fantasti...[Read More]
Time to break out something new here on ECN, book reviews! Some of you may aware that I, myself, have dabbled in bookery… so when Titan Books offered us a peek at the first reprint of Gordon M. Willams’ thriller “The Siege of Trencher’s Farm” in damn near 40 years, how could I say no? Especially considering that this is the book that cinematic legend Sam Peckinpah use...[Read More]