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Comics are my Rock and Roll – trailer for new film released

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Comics Are My Rock And Roll: Trailer from Daniel Baldwin on Vimeo.  Film maker Daniel Baldwin has made a new film about something that is popular the world over, self-publishing and a trailer is live now on Vimeo. The film was filemd around the 2011 Alternative Press festival and includes interviews with organisers Jimi Gherkin and Peter Lally as they ... Read More »

Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins’ launch Kickstarter to complete “Jimmy’s End” film series

Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins have launched a Kickstarter campaign to make the final part of their Jimmy’s End film project. The pair have already produced four short films in the series and are now looking for funds to complete the final part of the film cycle. In the promotional video, Alan also mentions they have an eye to eventually ... Read More »

Leading Canadian horror actor film maker at Scardiff

Canadian actor film maker Anthony D.P. Mann is the latest guest to join the line up at Scardiff in October, a brand new horror expo co-produced by Fantasy Events, horror author Wayne Simmons and Shock Horror Magazine. A one day event taking place at the Mercure Holland Hotel Cardiff on Sunday 27th October 2013 comic guests already announced include Razorjack ... Read More »

Panel Borders radio show on The Phoenix / new British Horror Films

Panel Borders: The Phoenix In the first of a new series of Panel Borders, we start a month of shows looking at comic book anthologies with a recording of a panel discussion of the children’s comic The Phoenix. Creators Daniel Hartwell (writer: ‘Pirates of the Pangaea’), Neill Cameron (artist: ‘Pirates of the Pangaea’, Adam Murphy (‘Corpse Talk’), Robin Etherington (writer: ... Read More »

DREDD is Number One!

DREDD 3D Karl Urban as Judge Dredd

DREDD 3D has stormed its way to the top of the UK film charts, taking over a million pounds on its opening weekend and trouncing competition that includes the new Total Recall remake – the first 18 certificate film to be Number One since 2010. Released on Friday and getting some hugely positive reviews from both comics, SF and general ... Read More »

WebFinds: Chris Weston, Movie Star

Today’s WebFind: ace British artist Chris Weston has re-plugged some ‘motion comics’ created to promote last year’s Book of Eli film directed by the Hughes brothers and starring Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman. It looks like two comics were published, with Chris, who drew the tale, making a cameo in the second, “The End”, below… So why didn’t we we ... Read More »

Kapow plans secret sneek movie preview – could it be Thor?

The team behind next year’s upcoming Kapow convention next April continue to unveil their plans and the latest is MOVIE X – a special advance movie screening of an upcoming superhero movie. While the actual movie has yet to be announced – it’s planned as a a secret, surprise screening that will be the finale to the show on Sunday ... Read More »

Sci-Fi Art Now Creator Interview: Matt Gaser

Matt Gaser is currently a freelance artist, working out of his home studio. Some of the projects he’s been involved with since he started as a freelance artist have been from Warner Brothers Animation, Blizzard and other big companies, but recently he’s been developing my own Ipad project with a developer. “The process has been a dream and I can’t ... Read More »

Classic British Movie on DVD

11 October see the release of an over-looked gem of a film on DVD. Three Cases of Murder sounds like a conventional crime movie. However, the film is made up of three individual stories (rather like the classic Dead of Night) and two of them have strong supernatural/fantasy elements. Three Cases of Murder was shown at the Bradford Fantastic Film ... Read More »

Flights Of Fancy: Sci-Fi Air Show

Sci-Fi Airshow: Eagle 4

What do ILM special effects men do in their time off? For Bill George, who has an impressive CV that includes original and new Star Wars movies as well as Indiana Jones, Star Trek, Harry Potter and Twilight films, his time off is used to create models of old TV and film spaceships and then to insert them into a ... Read More »

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