Posts Tagged ‘adaptations’
The Daywalker's first outing continues our look at the Marvel Comics film catalog.
Our look at Marvel's line of films continues with the legendarily unreleased Roger Corman version of Marvel's First Family.
Marvel's first cinematic treatment of the Star-Spangled Avenger continues our look at Marvel Comics' film library.
Our look into Marvel's cinematic vault continues with this adaptation of Marvel's A-number-one antihero.
Our look at Marvel Comics' cinematic library continues with the OTHER shame of George Lucas.
Our look at the Marvel lexicon continues with the film that introduced the world to Brigitte Nielsen.
Our look at Marvel's theatrical catalog continues with the sequel to the classic barbarian flick.
Our look at the complete library of films based on Marvel Comics characters begins with the film that made Arnold Schwarzenegger a star.
We've reached this odd contradiction where studios make movies because of an established audience and then doesn't care about them.
With Easy A bringing The Scarlet Letter into high school, Austin adapts some more classic novels.
The long running sketch show has produced several movies. But how many of them work?
Not every mystery is Sherlock Holmes. In fact there are books right now that would make for some great movies.
A dynamic, engaging entry in DC Comics' line of straight-to-DVD animated films, "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" works on all levels.