1996 was the year that the modern day slasher movie was reborn with Scream (Wes Craven), when a group of high school students were terrorized by the iconic Ghost Face, an unknown attacker clad in black, with a mask resembling Edvard Munch’s The Scream.
What I love about Holland’s Spider-Man, is that he isn’t this perfect, graceful, guy who is in-tune with his powers. Yes, he’s good and he’s strong but he makes mistakes. Not just that, but he’s a kid and even better, he is treat like one. No one is making excuses for him, and the big guys – Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) and friends, primarily – are at least trying to look out for him, although sometimes they do kind of hinder him.
SPOILER ALERT. IF YOU HAVEN’T READ STEPHEN KINGS 11.22.63, TURN BACK BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE. And now that’s done with… Jake Epping clearly states that good writing provokes an emotional response in the reader. In his case, he is reading the rather… Read More ›