Tag: 2011

Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

This is Christian Frates and for the next six nights, I will watch ten vampire films to prepare myself for the holiday. 25: Twilight Eclipse (2010) 26: Twilight Breaking Dawn (2011-2012) 27: Underworld Rise of the Lycans (2009) & Underworld Unrated Edition (2004) 28: Underworld Evolution (2006) & Underworld Awakening (2012) 29: Blade (1998) 30: Blade … Continue reading Christian Frates’ Halloween Countdown Film Marathon

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Top Ten: Animated Films That Deserve A Rewatch

Top Ten: Animated Films That Deserve A Rewatch

While I obviously prefer live-action over animation, there are some animated films that need a better side of reception. Not all of them are for kids, you know. 10. Quest for Camelot (1998): While not exactly hated, it is a WB twist on Disney musicals. 9. Looney Tunes Back in Action (2003): Unlike Space Jam (1996), … Continue reading Top Ten: Animated Films That Deserve A Rewatch

Top Ten: Great Characters In Reboots

Top Ten: Great Characters In Reboots

Some people can cringe on certain reboots, or as I call them parallel universes, but some of the characters in them are so good that they should have been made for the original material. 10. Poison The Succubus (DMC: Devil May Cry): A worm-like succubus that is twelve hundred years old that is the source of … Continue reading Top Ten: Great Characters In Reboots

Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

There are a lot of films that have very convincing endings and are much more talked about than the film itself. MAJOR SPOILER for those who have not seen the following films. Planet Of The Apes (2001): Leo (Mark Wahlberg) landed to Earth but learned that it had been ruled by apes. In other words, General … Continue reading Top Ten: Film Endings That Had Tons Of Discussion

Timeless Classics: Captain America The First Avenger

Timeless Classics: Captain America The First Avenger

In 1941, Jack Kirby created Captain America to encourage people to get through World War II. In 2011, Captain America was successfully adapted with Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). During World War II, Steven Rogers (Chris Evans) wanted to be a soldier who would help his army defeat the Axis powers. He was tested … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Captain America The First Avenger