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40 Films That Need Comic-Book Sequels
1. Blade Runner
The Film: Moody, mind-bendy sci-fi from Ridley Scott following burnt-out future cop (or ‘Blade Runner’) Deckard as he chases down superhuman beings (or ‘Replicants’).
The Comic-Book Continuation: What we want – more Blade Runners, more shifty Replicants and more neo-noir intrigue. What we don’t want – stuff set in space.
Essential Element: Rainy imagery and neon-blushed cityscapes. Is it too much to ask that each issue also comes with a Vangelis CD?[TO SEE THE OTHER 39 FILMS THAT NEED COMIC-BOOK SEQUELS, CLICK ON THE COMIC OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

40 Films That Need Comic-Book Sequels

1. Blade Runner

The Film: Moody, mind-bendy sci-fi from Ridley Scott following burnt-out future cop (or ‘Blade Runner’) Deckard as he chases down superhuman beings (or ‘Replicants’).

The Comic-Book Continuation: What we want – more Blade Runners, more shifty Replicants and more neo-noir intrigue. What we don’t want – stuff set in space.

Essential Element: Rainy imagery and neon-blushed cityscapes. Is it too much to ask that each issue also comes with a Vangelis CD?

[TO SEE THE OTHER 39 FILMS THAT NEED COMIC-BOOK SEQUELS, CLICK ON THE COMIC OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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Scary Movie 5 on the way
We know times have been bleak of late. The economy is in the toilet, riots have rocked Britain’s streets and the summer weather has been a total non-starter.
However, there is a silver lining… Scary Movie 5 is in the pipeline!

Scary Movie 5 on the way

We know times have been bleak of late. The economy is in the toilet, riots have rocked Britain’s streets and the summer weather has been a total non-starter.

However, there is a silver lining… Scary Movie 5 is in the pipeline!

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Scream 4 review
It’s been eleven years since Scream 3 temporarily brought Wes Craven’s film-savvy slasher franchise to a close.
In  that time, we’ve had two Hostels, four Final Destinations and seven  Saws, not to mention a batch of old school horror remakes, including  Craven’s own The Hills Have Eyes and The Last House On The Left.
Ample fodder then for he and creator Kevin Williamson to get their teeth – or should that be blade? – into.
The  opening is pure Scream – with multiple murders, cameos from Anna Paquin  and Kristen Bell and more double bluffing than a pro-poker tournament…
Read the rest of the review at TotalFilm.com.

Scream 4 review

It’s been eleven years since Scream 3 temporarily brought Wes Craven’s film-savvy slasher franchise to a close.

In that time, we’ve had two Hostels, four Final Destinations and seven Saws, not to mention a batch of old school horror remakes, including Craven’s own The Hills Have Eyes and The Last House On The Left.

Ample fodder then for he and creator Kevin Williamson to get their teeth – or should that be blade? – into.

The opening is pure Scream – with multiple murders, cameos from Anna Paquin and Kristen Bell and more double bluffing than a pro-poker tournament…

Read the rest of the review at TotalFilm.com.