Todd McFarlane Promises ‘Spawn’ for All Ages

Todd McFarlane Promises ‘Spawn’ for All Ages

    Comic book antihero Spawn is known as one of the most violent and memorable comic book characters of the 90s. An assassin who is betrayed by his government and becomes a demon of hell, Spawn uses his powers to rid New York City of crime in bloody fashion.   Image Via Den of Geek   The series was made popular by an animated adaptation on HBO that lasted for two seasons and a film adaptation with Michael Jai White as the title character, as well as several appearances in various video games. A new film adaptation from the …

New York Magazine’s ‘The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence’ to Be Adapted

New York Magazine’s ‘The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence’ to Be Adapted

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The New York magazine cover story, The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence, is being adapted thanks to the  Jason Blum and Mark Walhberg. Larry Ray | Image Via The Cut For those unaware, the New York Times cover story was written by Ezra Marcus and James D. Walsh. It tells of the story of Larry Ray, who went to stay with hid daughter at Sarah Lawrence College after being released from prison. With political connections and violent streak, Larry Ray began methodically manipulating his daughter’s classmates, gradually taking control of their lives. The events escalated into Ray abusing the students. In the end, Ray was …

Horror Noire Sheds Light on a Forgotten Genre of Film History

Horror Noire Sheds Light on a Forgotten Genre of Film History

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Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror has been making the rounds recently. Released as an exclusive on Shudder, the documentary explores the history of black people in the horror genre, from the ugly roots where black people were written as literal monsters by films such as Birth of a Nation to modern black horror film Get Out. The documentary has received critical acclaim for exploring a topic often swept under the rug or ignored entirely. But what’s lesser well known is that Horror Noire is based on a book. This book, Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from 1890s to Present by Robin R. Means Coleman explores the same …