Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Rare Look at the Making of Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster!

Some rare behind-the-scenes footage of Toho's sci-fi monster slugfest: Ghidorah, The Three Headed Monster! See Godzilla like you've never seen him before - posing for photographs!

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Interview with Albert Pyun about his '90s Captain America Film

Check out Shadowland Magazine's exclusive online interview with Albert Pyun, regarding his directorial work on the 1990 Captain America movie starring Matt Salinger! Just follow this link!

Issue #1 of Shadowland Magazine, available early August, will feature a retrospective on "The First Avenger on Film" looking back at Cap's 1940's cliffhanger serial, the '66 cartoon, the '70s TV movies, and everything up to the new 2011 flick, along with some more exclusive interviews! Don't miss it!

Friday, July 15, 2011

Unlikely Team-Ups: Part 1 - The Shadow of the Bat

If comic books have taught fans anything, it's that while one super hero is great - two (or more) are always better. Just look at Marvel Team-Up, The Justice League, The Avengers, etc...

Of course, the quality of the super hero team up is sometimes questionable. Spider-Man teaming up with Iron Man is a force to be reckoned with, the same goes for Green Lantern pairing up with DC's other emerald crime-fighter, Green Arrow. Such winning combinations always stir up comic sales. On the other hand, Howard The Duck joining forces with the Silver Surfer: maybe not (though it has happened).

Then there's the exotic, bizarre team-ups that fall somewhere in the middle. Take for example, drum roll please...

Batman and The Shadow!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Video Game Horrors! The Merging of Horror Movies & Video Games

Back in the '80s & '90s the video game industry was still fairly new, and eager to try every merchandising/licensing avenue under the sun. Atari, Commodore 64, and Nintendo were soon releasing a slew of games based off of movies, ranging from Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Batman, E.T., Godzilla, and too many more to possibly name.

Perhaps the strangest outcropping of games however, were the horror-based ones...