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I Origins/Mood Indigo – Hour of the Wolf Movie Review

I Origins/Mood Indigo – Hour of the Wolf Movie Review

This past weekend was just chock full of magical, whimsical women breaking studious, guarded men out of their cocoons. No, not SEX TAPE — I have no idea about how that plot plays out and, besides, that’s not genre. But otherwise, for all their divergent approaches to the material, both I ORIGINS and MOOD INDIGO [...]

The Green Hornet (2011) - Review

The Green Hornet (2011) – Review

THE GREEN HORNET rides again… but doesn’t add up to anything significant.

The Green Hornet: Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast #1

The Green Hornet: Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast #1

It’s all change, baby, and with that in mind we’re experimenting with the format of the podcast. We’ve stripped away the news and theatrical and homevid release segments, combining them with our weekly Post-Mortem bull session to form what will be called the Cinefantastique Round Table Podcast. What’s left, now dubbed the Cinefantastique Spotlight Podcast, [...]

The Green Hornet: January 14

The Green Hornet: January 14

Columbia Pictures releases this big-screen adaptation of the old radio character, previously seen in a short-lived television series around the same time as BATMAN. Seth Rogen plays millionaire playboy Britt Reid, who rouses himself from his drunken torpor after the mysterious death of his father, turning himself into the mysterious crime fighter posing as a [...]

Gondry Calls Superhero Fans Fascists

Gondry Calls Superhero Fans Fascists

GREEN HORNET director shows thin skin and apparent ignorance of the definition of the term fascist.

'Green Hornet' TV Spots

‘Green Hornet’ TV Spots

Television ads for action-comedy feature some unseen footage.