Acting as a Rosetta Stone for pretty much the entire horror genre The Cabin in the Woods pretty much stands as the perfect, unimpeachable capital-H Horror Movie, sure to satisfy any genre-savvy moviegoer fortunate enough to come across it. A pointed update to the New Nightmare (1994) or Scream (1996) styled meta-horror movies of the 1990s.
While “The Cabin in the Woods” isn’t necessarily scary and teeters more on the comical side of horror movies, similarly to the “Scram” series, that;s where its strength comes from. The plot of the film is interesting enough to keep your attention, and while the characters are supposed to be cookie cutter character archetypes from every horror movie ever made, they’re charming enough to make you care about them.
Written by Greg Pak, Firefly #21 is not an issue afraid of taking risks. There are certainly plenty of those. Unfortunately, it also kind of feels like the series has finally started jumping the shark. The latest threat introduced feels… out of place in this world
Everything that made the first three issues of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow great continues here, with this slice-of-life script from Mariko Tamaki. Even as it begins to ramp up with a bit of supernatural action, in the end, there is a quiet, purposeful, intellectual approach to it all that is befitting to Willow as a character.
Blue Sun Rising, in some respects, is a little depressing for those of us Firefly purists. The ‘Verse got worse. BS bots not only have our favorite crew in their crosshairs, but they’re primed to erase the fine line between the corporation and the law. Look no further than a bot’s attempt to gun down a fleeing child because she stole some fruit. Mal, of course, intervenes, planting the seeds for Mal’s inevitable misbehavior.
Review: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: WILLOW #2 – Simply Dreaming Out now, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow #2, subtitled “Belong,” follows the trend of the…
Once upon a time, Malcolm Reynolds ran a crew, all as loyal as can be. Well, they were mostly loyal. Now that crew has been spread throughout the stars, and Mal has taken up a new job in life. It’s perhaps the least likely job ever for this particular character
Firefly #18 brings fans back to this strange journey, one that takes beloved characters and puts them on a journey like no other. It’s sometimes strange, picturing them on these adventures that are so different from the original series.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow #1 follows Willow Rosenberg after the Hellmouth 2019-2020 event, and as she attempts to distance herself from what happened in her past. She goes on a semester abroad to England and must deal with the feeling that there is no one she can talk to