The Exciting World of Cosplay…Chicago Style

Chicago Comic Con 2014 Cosplayers Strut Their Stuff

Coplayers ( Harley Quinn, Waldo, The Riddler & The Arrow) Chicago Comic Con 2014
Photo by: Nicholas Kelley

 

As a photographer with an eye for art, I was really excited by the wonderful cosplays at this year’s Chicago Comic Con.  The love and dedication put into each costume and bringing these characters to life impressed me.  Here’s a just a taste of what we saw on the convention floor. Continue reading The Exciting World of Cosplay…Chicago Style

Serial Killer Thriller “The Divine Tragedies” Unveils 2 New Character Posters

 

The Divine Tragedies and Two Violent Brothers are Unveiled in these Two Character Posters

The-Divine-Tragedies-Official-Artwork 2
Courtesy of: Dual Visions

Dual Visions and director Jose Prendes (The Haunting of Whaley House) have completed work on two more character posters for the serial killer thriller, “The Divine Tragedies”. The new graphics highlight the artwork of Sasha Burrow. And, the new posters show the characters and half-brothers Thomas LoBianco and Charles Brubaker. Together, this pair will create a murder spree, which targets the most vulnerable.
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Lupita Nyong’o & Gwendoline Christie Cast in “Star Wars VII”

The lack of women featured in the Star Wars VII cast has been a much debated topic by a lot of Star Wars fans as of late, so you’ll forgive some fans for flailing at the news. It’s nice to see at least one woman of color in the cast (although more would be fantastic, casting directors) since we are very few and far between in the Star Wars film franchise. Now, let’s see what the writers do with these ladies.

Really Bad Movie Reviews: “The Purge”

The Purge One Sheet Poster via Universal Pictures

I am not a huge fan of Ethan Hawke (his teeth annoy me) much less his movies, so imagine how surprised I was when I saw the trailer for his latest psychological thriller movie The Purge and decided to give it a shot. Boy, was I wrong. Not only did I waste 85 minutes of my life I can’t get back, this movie was neither psychological nor a thriller as it left me with many unanswered questions and if possible, even less of a fan of Ethan Hawke, his teeth, and his movies. Continue reading Really Bad Movie Reviews: “The Purge”

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