42 years old and still better than Marvel Studios’ version.
Brian K. Vaughn, Bronx/Brooklyn rap rivalry, Chris Claremont, comic books, Doug Moench, Firefly, Forever Knight, George Lucas, Geraint Wyn Davies, Gerry Conway, giallo, Jaws, Jeckyll & Hyde, Jim Starlin, John Byrne, Joss Whedon, Marvel Comics, rockabilly, Star Wars, Steve Englehart, Steve Gerber, Steven Speilberg, Sun Studios, Superman OTR, The Cramps, The Designated Victim, third eye cinema podcast, Y the Last Man
We continue to pick up the pieces of what might have gone down in October, had the wife and I not been stricken and laid many weeks low with the viral plague she picked up from the great unwashed of geekdom at the NY Comic Con at the dawn thereof.
A few recent reviews here aside, most of our energies have been directed in the direction of Weird Scenes, as edits continue on the two upcoming shows recorded just prior to that and research and prep took place for a third show to be recorded this coming weekend. But what of Third Eye, you ask?
13th Doctor, Charlie Cox, Chris Chibnall, Chris Claremont, Daredevil, Doctor Who, Elektra, Elodie Yung, Finn Jones, Iron Fist, Jessica Henwick, Jodie Whitaker, Marvel Comics, Marvel Netflix, Marvel Studios, Punisher, Rosario Dawson, superhero cinema, superhero televison, third eye cinema podcast
Below find more musings from recent weeks that were originally intended as casual Facebook shares, herein together gathered for your delectation.
With the usual caveat about their rough and ready nature, allons-y, n’est pas?
Well, after being forced to sit through a good half hour straight of ads for some of the worst looking, creepy-ass kids movies ever lensed (thanks, Disney!), we just saw Ant Man and the Wasp.
Angela Bassett, Anthony Mackie, Benedict Cumberbatch, Black Panther, Captain America The Winter Soldier, Cate Blanchett, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, DC Comics, Doomwatch, Forest Whitaker, Gal Godot, Gerry Davis, Jeff Goldblum, Kit Pedler, Lupita Nyong'o, Mark Ruffalo, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Michael Powell, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Simon Oates, third eye cinema podcast, Thor Ragnarok, Tom Hiddleston, Wonder Woman
A collection of ongoing, shorter form coverage of largely comic book related film reviews (and one classic UK television episode review as a bonus), these all originally appeared on the Third Eye Cinema Facebook page, mostly over the past few months (but with one dating all the way back to 2014…)