For the first time in the Warrens’ filmography, James Wan is not in the director’s chair in The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, and even casual moviegoers will likely be able to tell you that upon watching this installment. With Michael Chaves (The Curse of la Llorona) at the helm, we see the Warrens investigate a murder in which the accused cites demonic possession as his defense. The Warrens, we’re shown, do have some insight to this claim, having witnessed during a botched exorcism in the opening scene the transference of a demonic entity from 8-year-old David Glatzel (Julian Hilliard) to Arne Johnson (Ruairi O’Connor). During the exchange, Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson) is felled with a heart attack, keeping him out of commission as the only witness to this event until it’s too late to stop the subsequent murder.
In this final act, we unravel the greatest mystery of John Carpenter’s The Thing. Who was the Thing in the end? MacReady? Childs? Either man? I answer that question and more in this conclusive video.
This project has ended up being such a monster that I’ve been forced to break up my analysis of John Carpenter’s The Thing into 3 parts.
This project has ended up being such a monster that I’ve been forced to break up my analysis of John Carpenter’s The Thing into 3 parts. In this first part, essentially Act One, we will answer who was the first team member assimilated, who was the next, and who sabotaged the blood bank.
Today marks my 30th birthday and the start of a new chapter for The Dallas Prospect and its associated channels. Some announcements and general DDP ramblings. Enjoy. Or don’t. I’m not your mother.
Now that it’s been a full week, DDP is ready to talk Avengers Endgame, and viewer beware, spoilers are about to be discussed!
Some of the best fantasy bookings are the ones simply bold enough to ask “what if?” As such, I couldn’t help but wonder what would’ve happened if Shawn Michaels hadn’t been forced to retire for four years in 1998.
While Ninja Sex Party may be just months away from its 10-year Anniversary, the band had yet to perform in the city of Dallas. For their loyal fans, the years worth of anticipation was more than evident. From the moment The Bomb Factory doors opened, chants of “Danny Sexbang,” “Ninja Brian,” “NSP,” and more filled the air. The crowd’s energy would not falter as the night wore on.
Today marks the new month of August and that means new free games are available for Xbox Games with Gold and Playstation Plus! Below is a detailed list (with links) for each of the games up-for-grabs this month!
For several years now -really since Uncharted 2: Among Thieves was released all the way back in October 2009 -a blockbuster Uncharted movie has been in development hell. With castings for Nathan Drake ranging from the terrible (Mark Wahlberg) to the strange (Tom Holland, later clarified to be cast as a young Nathan Drake), the film has struggled to find a lead capable of portraying the witty snark and daring brilliance of the series’ protagonist. And unsurprisingly so. After all, it takes a special talent to pull of the charisma, even in the face of danger, like a modern day Indiana Jones and then be able to mix with it the boyish charm and humor found within Nathan Drake. Because of this, Sony has kept the project on ice until further notice. Nevermind the fact that the fanbase has already told the studio who they want.