Got a number of DVDs this week, some for Kung Fu Fridays - Soul of the Sword, Invincible Shaolin, Heroes Two, and three Johnnie To films, Life Without Principle, Yesterday Once More, Mad Detective - and a little Canadian content in The Essential Egoyan (four early features by Atom Egoyan) and Bruce McDonald's Highway 61 (see below for some work by these two directors).
Reign of the Supermen, so I'll just vamp for a couple lines while the picture on the right scrolls properly. (Oh, blogging!) Maybe I can talk about the movie-going experience... The only theater that wasn't showing it in the loathed 3D was running it at 6h10, and we decided pretty late to make a go of it, so there we were in the front rows at an angle (in other words, while not full, the room was pretty packed), but to my surprise I didn't have to get a neck brace later. It was a quiet theater. The public laughed only twice and there were no disruptions. When we came out, it was all talk of whether Luthor would show up in the next film, though if so, I hope he's just there to set-up for a third chapter while Clark takes care of other business. All of this says something about the movie and I see I've written the requisite number of lines. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
Hyperion to a Satyr posts this week:
IV.v. Ophelia's Madness - Kline '90
Your Daily Splash Page this week features a splash from every DC title, alphabetically, from Metamorpho to Mister Terrific.