0 CommentsPosted by Flea on October 8, 2011 under Cartoons, Comics, Featured, Lists, Movies
In all walks of fiction, the hero usually travels alone, and at most has a small band of allies to follow along. Sometimes heroes band together and form teams, but rarely do they bulge beyond militia numbers. The villains, however, oh boy the villains. They are no strangers to having help. If the government wants to give out jobs, they need to release a few super criminals into the population. Ton... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Flea on June 21, 2011 under Movies
Far and beyond any other genre of movie, slasher horror comes away with the most sequels per franchise. While most movies see their sequel end around the 3rd of 4th movie, possibly squeaking out a 5th for nostalgia's sake (thank you), slasher franchises can last well into the double digits before a remake is had. The reason? People love the villains. They don't like to see teens get cut up for fli... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Flea on June 18, 2011 under Featured, Lists
It can be hard for an actor when they get typecast into a role they can never escape, and few do. However, this often works out great for us as we get to enjoy the actor at their best over and over in new venues. One such actor is Tim Curry, and one such role is villains. The key to his villainous success is a voice laced with sin, dripping in delight of the devilish acts his characters produce an... more.
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