American comic-books are distributed by a Company called Diamond. Every months, Diamond publishes a catalog called Previews that contains advertisements for all the comics coming out in three months time (So the September previews is for the comics coming out in December). Those advertisments, called solicits, » 10/20/14 8:13pm Yesterday 8:13pm

I actually have a big problem with Temple of Doom - Indy in Raiders emphatically state at the beginning that he is imterested in hisyory, not superstition. He does not believe in magic - which is a nonsensical reaction if he went through Temple of Doom, where he saw magic with his own two eyes. » 10/20/14 7:54pm Yesterday 7:54pm

As someone mentioned below, Abbot and Costello. Ghostbusters. The Frighteners. Leprechaun. Gremlins. Scream. The last few Nightmare on Elm Street instalments. Arguably zombie comedies (Fido, Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, etc). C.H.U.D. and I probably forget a ton. Nice try, Murphy. » 10/20/14 1:46pm Yesterday 1:46pm

I don't think retaining Judi Dench was problematic in the Bond movies, because it was pretty much a franchise tradition. Bernard Shaw, Lois Maxwell and Desmond Llewellyn all stayed aboard even when Bond changed. And continuity is something the Bond movies gave up on long ago. » 10/20/14 10:41am Yesterday 10:41am

I' not ashamed of saying it: I loved that movie as a kid, and I still do. It was a big hit with my father, so father-sons movie nights often involved Cutthroat Island. Is it perfect? No. But it's super fun, Morgan Addams is awesome, and Frank Langela is a good (super)villain. And back then, it was the only modern… » 10/18/14 10:11pm Saturday 10:11pm

Before I judge the figure, I need to know if she can be posed in the right way. Because many action figures can be posed in silly ways (I can have my 3 1/4 inches First Appearance Thor pose in a classic boobs and butt pose, for example) because their articulations are, by nature, more flexible than ours, not having… » 10/16/14 3:49pm Thursday 3:49pm