Friday, February 24, 2017

#FanFilmFriday JOKER (The Dark Knight) Vs JOKER (Suicide Squad)

These matchups crossover videos by ismahawk have been pretty fun so far.

One of their latest videos pitch the Joker, the Heath Ledger version from The Dark Knight, and Jared Leto's Joker from Suicide Squad against one another!

Check this out:

Nice impersonation on both sides!

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

#Sketch Key & Peele - Post-Apocalyptic Hunt

I miss Key & Peele....

Here's one of my favorites, showing the slightly more serious tone they could do - since Keegan-Michael Key will be in Shane Black's The Predator. Yeah, I know, he's the one goofing around in this sketch but that doesn't stop me from posting this:

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

#CartoonNEWS Rick and Morty - EXCLUSIVE! SEASON 3 Opening Scene

Finally, [adult swim] released a first look at Rick and Morty Season 3's opening! Here goes...

... just kiddin'.

Who does that in 2017!?!? Rick Sanchez! That's who! Licklicklicklickmaballs! #rickandmorty

#Blog Update - Where's the reviews?!

You might be wondering why there's hasn't been any new review in a long while.

The thing is the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 have been quite hectic on my side. I've moved out to a new place, I've been doing a lot of work (only slightly slowing down on my commissions due to computer problems), I've been forced to change a lot of my hardware/buy a lot of new equipment (again, the old computer died, I was forced to buy a new one, then I didn't have access to the internet for a whole month before having everything set up...)...

All this really means, I kinda lost motivation to do these blog reviews which I had been doing since as early as 2010 (my very first one was the Resident Evil 1 review ).

I still enjoy drawing those panels, but I kinda had such a long break I don't know if I want to put the same effort into researching and writing those...

Maybe the reviews will come back later on, in a much more simplified and streamlined version.

But for the foreseeable future they are on an extended hiatus/development hell.

Did people even read them? Who knows!

I guess this means I can focus again on comics - something big is coming up soon!

- Eyz

Monday, February 20, 2017

#HorrorNEWS The Void trailer

There's finally a trailer for The Void...

An upcoming horror film "in the style of John Carpenter". I don't know if it will be as good and become cult likes his classics, but they certainly got my attention with that.

Here's the official synopsis:

When police officer Carter (Aaron Poole) discovers a blood-soaked man limping down a deserted road, he rushes him to a local hospital with a barebones, night shift staff. As cloaked, cult-like figures surround the building, the patients and staff inside start to turn ravenously insane. Trying to protect the survivors, Carter leads them into the depths of the hospital where they discover a gateway to immense evil.
The film is written & directed by Jeremy Gillespie & Steven Kostanski, and it stars Aaron Poole, Kathleen Munroe, the always lovely Ellen Wong, Kenneth Walsh, Evan Stern, Daniel Fathers & Grace Munro. Check out the trailer:

The film is expect for April 7.

Not to be confused with this other film also titled The Void. Which I found out completely by random. This one's an anthology featuring Horror, Suspense, Thriller, Sci-Fi and Fantasy genres, here...

Wow. This actually also looks nice. This "The Void" was apparently released last November already!

#Randomz Thor: Rangarok "Team Thor & Darryl #CivilWar #ThorRagnarok

Taika Waititi seems to be the perfect director to finally make me care about the Thor films. Don't mistake me, I love the character, I love the cast of these films and I would love to actually enjoy these Thor movies.. but they always come short. The first film had a lot of fun, a great setting.. but nothing much in the final act to make it stand out. It was a nice setup for Thor, Loki and Asgard for the Avengers films, I can tell you that. The Dark World still had great characterization but it was all it had. Aside from that the film was a big mess with no actual proper story and a boring foe/menace throughout the film...

Taika Waititi is the director behind the third film. He's a great funny guy who made some very promising indie and small budget films. Plus he really seems to be having fun making this film - which will actually be a blend of the Ragnarok storyline AND Planet Hulk!!

And he's been making these hilarious little shorts to accompany both Civil War and Doctor Strange. Check these out, they're much better than the two previous Thor films combined!!

I kinda prefer to see Chris Hemsworth do comedy than action roles lately...

Thursday, February 16, 2017

#OpeningTheme DC's Powerless Season 1 Opening Credits / Intro

Alright. I checked out DC's new show "Powerless"... and I loved it! A lot of people talking down on the show seem to have preferred the pilot.. which we'll never get to see, so I don't see any reason to complain about something I'll never get to watch.

By itself, Powerless is a fun tribute/parody of superhero stories. And it has Danny Pudi in it (yay!) and Alan Tudyk (YES!!!!), so it's my favorite new show by default.

And the fact it was pretty funny certainly helped it.

Plus it's probably the only current show I watch which actually has an opening credits, so it even has that over the DC CW shows or Marvel's Agents of SHIELD.

And it's easily the best opening credits I've seen in ages!!! Look at how cool/original/funny this is:

..That's actually... pretty clever!!! I love this intro!!!

Wednesday, February 15, 2017


You thought the "Tom Cruise running" video was funny, but check this fanmade edit.


Awesome work! Oh, man! This was priceless!!! Great stuff.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

#RIP Jiro Taniguchi

I learned this the other day, but couldn't process it just yet..

One of my favorite Japanese artists/mangakas, Jiro Taniguchi, died this February 11.

I always felt he wasn't known enough in English-speaking countries, but he's kind of huge in French-speaking territories. He didn't do mainstream shonen titles but instead self-contained "graphic novels" if you will. And a few other original dramatic stories. He was huge into observational stories.

He received a few awards at the Belgium "Angoulême International Comics Festival" over the years.

His last few stories these last ten years have all been fantastic and critically acclaimed.

I'll miss reading his new stories, for sure.