Originally under the working title Bridge and the Oskaloosa Kid this book is one of the few contemporary thrillers by Burroughs, a partial sequel to the much loved The Mucker, and was published in Blue Book Magazine in March of 1918.
We’ve all woken up at one time or another from a dream where for the briefest of moments we’re not sure what was real and what as a dream, and if it was a nightmare you were escaping it can be quite disturbing.
Do you know what’s worse than snakes on a plane? Zombies on a train, that’s what. It’s in this film that South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho brings true to horror to commuting, even more so than that time a guy with terrible body odor sat next to you on the subway, but what Train to
With the success of their 1999 animated feature Tarzan it’s no surprise that the House of Mouse would bring the Ape Man to television as part of their Disney’s One Saturday Morning lineup, but what was a little surprising is how good it was.
In this last installment of the In the Name of the King trilogy Uwe “Why do people keep giving me money?” Boll returns to make another nonsensical piece of cinematic trash.
I’m not sure who keeps giving Uwe Boll money to make films but after all these terrible movies he’s made I’m starting to suspect he is pulling a Max Bialystock scam from The Producers, and that he is intentionally making flops.
We’ve seen countless adaptations of Tarzan ranging from the monosyllabic Johnny Weissmuller’s Tarzan The Ape Man to the recent and more verbose Alexander Skarsgård in The Legend of Tarzan, but rarely have these “adaptations” done more than just borrow the origin story and then make up their own adventures.
With such films as Two Minute Warning and Black Sunday populating the theatres in the late 70s it’s a wonder people ever went out in public, it seemed that being killed by a mad sniper or similarly armed terrorist was almost a forgone conclusion, and if it wasn’t terrorists it was a Great White Shark
One of America’s greatest pastimes is under threat in director John Frankenheimer’s thriller Black Sunday; based on the novel by Thomas Harris which itself was inspired by the Munich massacre perpetrated by the Black September Group during the 1972 Summer Olympics Games.
Tarzan and the Castaways is the last book to be published containing stories of the Ape Man’s jungle adventures and is not so much a novel as it is a collection of short stories