I like that this franchise maintains the balance between being a rebel and being media-savvy. I also like the pseudo-Power Lords troopers.
On the other hand, I saw Catching Fire twice and found it quite tedious the second time. I hope this is better.
I have a lot more video content, but it has become quickly apparent that there isn't an Internet signal in San Diego that will let me upload them in less than five hours or whatever. So while I go around getting even more, I'll let you enjoy the picture above, which got me more Twitter responses than anything else at Comic-Con.
My hotel bar serves no food, so I bought the item above at a gas station. I'm still alive.
Talk amongst yourselves. I'll be back to posting later this evening.
(Thanks as always to Kyle for helping with this, big-time)
He's the creator of Locke and Key, the author of Horns and the son of a King...a fact he managed to keep hidden for a decade despite looking and sounding just like his famous father. Though they disagree on the merits of Jack Nicholson.
With Alexandre Aja now directing the movie version of Horns, Hill, who has been highly satisfied with the outcome, was anxious to tell us why we should rush to see what one could call "The Devil in Daniel Radcliffe." The author is certainly not your average Joe...
No, not that way, ya sicko. The French horror maestro goes in a more fable-like direction with Horns, in which Daniel Radcliffe finds himself growing strange head protrusions that give him demonic powers of dark influence.
Like a horror movie director. Oh, wait...
Whew. We talked to Aja and came away safe and sound...so far. And found out that he loves to be the guy who gets to show Harry Potter having sex. One of us, one of us...