Nope, don’t see any potential problems here!
You know you’ve got it made when a poem you wrote in college gets published in multiple limited editions.
Some of the literary games that have been produced over the years are classics in their own right, while others are… well, they tried.
This looks really expensive.
He’s a short-order cook who can see demons and a gateway to hell. He encounters Willem Dafoe, because you would in that line of work.
Happy birthday, Shakespeare! Today we celebrate some of the weirder modern adaptations of your tales.
Cox has always been a unique, uncompromising filmmaker, and the idea that he’s making a black and white spoof of Starship Troopers for less than the catering budget of that book’s adaptation has my attention.
I haven’t read the books, so I’m happy to see that the sequel isn’t just another tournament.
The question for all entrants was who Clara Oswin/Oswald is really and how she ended up in the Asylum of the Daleks.