July 27 is upon us again and I can’t believe it’s the site’s 5th anniversary!
It’s been 5 years since I started the website and it feels like yesterday .
I’d like to send a shout out to everyone who’s been with us the last few years, the familiar names I keep seeing in my twitter notification that I appreciate more than I can let through.
To celebrate the site’s anniversary, I’ve put up a new layout on the site thanks to my awesome friend Jasper, hope you guys like it as much I do!
And make sure to follow us on twitter for a few goodies that I’ll be sharing in a few.
Following his troubled Hellboy remake (out today on home video), Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, The Descent, Doomsday) is behind the camera on The Reckoning, which is being backed by Highland Film Group for sales.
“The Reckoning is set around the witch hunts and the great plague in England in 1665 and follows Evelyn Haverstock (Charlotte Kirk), a young widow, haunted by the recent suicide of her husband Joseph (Joe Anderson), who is falsely accused of being a witch by her jealous Landlord, Squire Pendleton (Steven Waddington), after she rejects his unwanted advances.
“Grace must endure physical persecution at the hands of England’s most ruthless witch-hunter Judge Moorcroft (Sean Pertwee; Dog Soldiers, Event Horizon) and face her own inner demons as the Devil himself starts to work his way into her mind.”
Also starring are Matt Ryan (“Constantine”), Ian White, and Emma Holzer.
Marshall co-wrote alongside Edward Evers-Swindell and Charlotte Kirk. [Source]
I have to say, it feels good to be able to post an update again! I’ve updated the gallery with HQ screencaptures of Matt’s first appearance as a series regular on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. The caps you’re looking for are on the last page, enjoy!
For a character who had his own show canceled after just one season, years later Matt Ryan’s take on DC’s snarky English spellweaver John Constantine is still surprisingly flourishing. Along with guest-starring on Arrow and a full-time turn on Legends of Tomorrows, Ryan’s Constantine even got his own animated show—which is now being turned into a movie.
The CW launched the first five episodes of its Constantine series on its CW Seed streaming service earlier this year, but it left Constantine’s latest adventure—helping an old friend save his daughter from a mysterious demonic coma after a tragic accident—unfinished. Now, on top of the material released as those five episodes, it’s been turned into Constantine: City of Demons, a 90-minute movie that actually finishes the story the show began. [Source]