The Thing vs Starman: John Carpenter Retrospective

John Carpenter over decades has been commonly referred to as a master of the cinematic horror action genre. Yet, In fact, filmmakers such as James Cameron, Quentin Tarantino, Guillermo del Toro to name a few represent a generation who have been influenced by Carpenter’s eclectic style and in some case armed only with minimal equipment and vision for storytelling. 

TBC_afp deep dives into two of Carpenter’s most iconic Sci-Fi pieces and in some respects, underrated works: The Thing (1982) and Starman (1984). 

Sit back with some oatmeal and pie and enjoy!

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April 2017: IN THE NEWS/ KONG: SKULL ISLAND, GHOST IN THE SHELL, LEGION...

Once again the internets of recent has treated us with an explosion of geeknerdom announcements galore and our Fanboys aim on delivering the stories that matter.  

“Cuz you know, you had someone as despicable as Loki who didn’t even sink to using reality warping weapons.” -TBC Sentinel

#thankseasterbunny #fakenews #fairandbalanced

History of Wolverine & Logan Spoiler Review/ Discussion

He slices! He dices! He regenerates! But WAIT! THERE’S MORE! 

From his inaugural appearance battling the HULK in October of 1974 to his current anti-heroic/ heroic tale chronicled in Logan, To Be Continued a fanboy podcast proudly presents an engagement in-depth into one of Marvel’s flagship icons, the Canadian mutant Weapon X, James “Logan” Howlett aka The Wolverine. Join the Fanboys for some 80’s animated nostalgia, X films a plenty and sweet swoon-filled Hugh Jackman man crushing.

Podcast tune in and celebrate TBC’s tributary proclamation: “We are the best at what we do and whatever that is, is pretty congenial because you’re not the only one with gifts, Bub!” #snikt #wantapieceoffruit