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Another 10 Comic Book Movies That Were Almost Made

Another 10 Comic Book Movies That Were Almost Made by Randy Krinsky When last

Suicide Squad 101: An Introduction to Task Force X

An Introduction to Task Force X by Randy Krinsky David Ayer's new DCEU film,

Ranking the Star Trek Films: A 50th Anniversary Celebration

Ranking the Star Trek Films: A 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Best and the

The Real Inspirations for Comic Movie Villains

The Real Inspirations for Comic Movie Villains. by Randy Krinsky Many writers, artists, and

‘Do the Right Thing’ with Mise-En-Scene

Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing: Building Tension with Mise-En-Scene by Randy Krinsky I

The Top Ten Spoof Films of All Time

Ten of the Best by Randy Krinsky Last month, someone I work with posed

The Ten Best Characters from the James Bond Films

Ten Best Bond Characters by Randy Krinsky What is it that has kept us

Down, But Not Out! (Review)

"[H]ighly recommended for anyone who is a fan of the reality of life" by

Blood Moon (Review)

A refreshing take on werewolves by Randy Krinsky Blood Moon is a fresh spin

I Am Chris Farley (Review)

I applaud Farley's family and the filmmakers by Randy Krinsky By now some of

10 Comic Book Movies That Were Almost Made

10 Comic Book Movies That Were Almost Made by Randy Krinsky It’s no secret

10 Best Superhero Films of All Time

10 Best Superhero Films of All Time by Randy Krinsky Recently, I unleashed my

Three Faces of Sunset Blvd.’s Norma Desmond

Three Faces of Norma Desmond by Randy Krinsky Billy Wilder’s 1950 film, Sunset Boulevard,

The A Plate (Review)

A good, enjoyable film by Randy Krinsky The A Plate is the latest film

10 Worst Superhero Films of All Time

10 Worst Superhero Films by Randy Krinsky Avengers: Age of Ultron is the eleventh

Alternate Realities (Review)

"Fast-paced and thought-provoking" by Randy Krinsky Written by Andrew M. Henderson, Alternate Realities is

An Interview with Director Amir Valinia

Director Amir Valinia Chats With INFLUX Magazine by Randy Krinsky Houston resident Amir Valinia

An Interview with Director Paul Bright

Director Paul Bright Chats With INFLUX Magazine by Randy Krinsky This Memorial Day weekend,

Comicpalooza 2015 Con

Comicpalooza 2015: New Home of Filmmaking 101 by Randy Krinsky Comicpalooza 2015 runs from

Avengers: Age of Ultron (Review)

Whedon ups the stakes and adds more heart to the MCU by Randy Krinsky

Metz, Voyeurism, and a Theoretical Look at Hitchcock’s ‘Rear Window’

Passion Twice Relayed by Randy Krinsky I recently had the pleasure of hosting a

Furious 7 (Review)

Even Faster and More Furious! by Randy Krinsky Most of us know the story,

Electric Slide (Review)

Visually stylish, yet the story yearns to be so much more... by Randy Krinsky

Within Madness (Review)

A definitive visual depiction of one man's descent into psychosis! by Randy Krinsky Within

A Scene Analysis from Billy Wilder’s ‘Double Indemnity’ (1944)

Three’s A Crowd: A Scene Analysis from Billy Wilder’s Double Indemnity (1944) by Randy

Seventh Son (Review)

For the average filmgoer, more than entertaining. by Randy Krinsky Seventh Son is the

Jupiter Ascending (Review) (II)

A twisted tale with stunning visuals. by Randy Krinsky Jupiter Ascending is the latest

Ninjas vs. Monsters (Review)

An entertaining thrill-ride of martial arts, magic, monsters, and mayhem! by Randy Krinsky Writer/director