Fantastic Flops — Reflections on Misjudged Films That Broke the Rules salutes movies and movie-makers that fearlessly challenged the way flicks are made, viewed, marketed, released, and merchandised.
I have something to admit; I’ve not yet seen John Wick 4 and went to see Shazam: Fury of the Gods instead.
It’s SDCC weekend, and we’ve had a shed load of jaw-dropping trailers. To cope, to list quite a few, here’s this Uncommonly Itemised summary.
The first Kickstarter launched by Granite Glyph Publishing set a high goal of $50,000 and offered a horror without 5e. It’s speeding to success, though, with hundreds of backers.
All of the 7th Sea product and merch will now be moved to Chaosium’s warehouses and shippers who will take over fulfilment.
It’s 2006. Our party are trapped on a frozen island on a forgotten continent, miles from Faerun. Unable to leave due to a binding spell placed on us by our enemies, we have searched the island for a way out. Finding evidence of ruins beneath us, we start to dig our way in. After the […]
It was just a few months ago, in Novemeber, when we reported on John Wick buying 7th Sea back from AEG. He’s got the Kickstarter up already and it’s a smash hit. At the time of writing there’s 33 days left on the clock, $115,00 in the bank against a target of only $30,000. You […]
John Wick, now at John Wick Presents, part of AEG’s original development team for the “swashbuckling and sorcery” RPG, has secured the publishing rights from the game. The sellers, AEG, are clear these are publication rights and that they will still be publishing a number of products for the title over the next few years. […]
Think of an example where a story has been driven by the conflicting purpose of two personalities. Now, think of an example where one of those two competing forces of intent belonged to an inanimate object. Not a plot device… never something so tame and relatively goal-free. You might have thought of Aladdin and the […]
Ben Woerner’s Samurai Noir is billed as a sequel to John Wick’s Blood & Honor. It’s a game that offers players the chance to visit their favourite Chambara style characters. [Back this Campiagn] Launched on May 13 and set to run for 26 days, A World of Dew wants only £2,000 to fun. It’s raised […]