The Stephen King short story, The man who loved flowers, was first published in August 1977, in Gallery magazine, and then in 1978, published in King’s collection of stories in his book, Night shift. The man who loved flowers is about a man who walks the city streets without a care in the world, stopping by a vendor to buy flowers for his true love Norma.
I was originally prepared to write my film review of the new Star Wars release ROGUE ONE, but feel it pales inlight of the passing of two Hollywood icons, actress Carrie Fisher, and legendary actress Debbie Reynolds, the latter being the mother of Carrie Fisher. Sadly they passed within 24 hours of one another just last week.
The Marvel Comics character of Doctor Strange, first appeared in the comic book, Strange Tales #110 July 1963. He had story lines in other limited run issues, until a few years later, when he had his own monthly comic book. Now 53 years later, Doctor Strange comes to the big-screen in a new blockbuster film.
Mick Garris has worn many hats in the film industry. To his credit this includes producer, director, actor, interviewer, and… writer. He has made his passion for film, his life’s work, for over four decades now, and is showing no signs of hanging his hat up any time soon.
When it comes to writing, they say, “one should write what they know.” Well, Mick Garris knows PLENTY, about living in the San Fernando Valley, and equally as much about the film industry. In his last novel, Salome, he covered both of those subjects, and now in his latest, he draws us back in again to the world of, bright lights and movie stars, or should I say…just another day in the Valley!
Dave was born in Logan County, West Virginia on August 3rd, 1974. He attended Logan County High School and graduated in 1992. From there, he moved on to attend the West Virginia State University, where he majored in Communications, and graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor’s in Science Communications.
Stephen King‘s short story, The road virus heads north, was first published in 1999 in 999 Anthology. In 2002, it was published in King’s short story collection: Everything is eventual.
It has been twenty years since the first Independence Day hit the big screen. With an all-star cast, and Will Smith, ID ruled the box office in 1996. As I say it’s twenty years later, and the aliens want their revenge. Like the tag line says: ‘We had twenty years to get ready“, but the question is, are they? With no Will Smith, a confusing plot, and lack of character development, IDR isn’t quite the sequel we hoped for.
This sequel to the 2010 film, takes place three years after the original story. Alice has taken over her late father’s business, hitting the high seas. When Alice returns home to England after a very long trip to China, she finds out her ex-fiance Hamish, has taken over her family business. He threatens her with selling her father’s ship, and hangs the fate of her family home over her head as well.
Captain America: civil war is the third film in the Captain America franchise, and the 13th film in the MARVEL Universe. The story of Captain America: civil war takes place one year after the events of The Avengers: Age of Ultron. The film begins with a flashback to 1991, in Siberia, where Hydra has brainwashed Bucky Barnes(Captain America’s childhood buddy who was in the last two films), and turns him into the Winter Soldier.