The comic book craze continues with Brian K Vaughan's Y: The Last Man headed to our screens sometime in 2019.
The troubled production history of "Locke & Key" is probably longer than the books at this point, Hill's six volume series was originally published between 2008 and 2014.
After a mixed response to the ongoing Preacher show on Amazon everyone wondered when and if (and more likely how?) would Garth Ennis' 'The Boys' make it to the screen?
So is this film a sequel and connected to Cloverfield? Err, well, no and kind of are the simple answers. Writers Josh Campbell & Matthew Stuecken (if you believe the sources) wrote a woman in confinement script called The Cellar and then was retitled Valencia. Then, at some point, JJ Abrams gets involved and the start of the film is very slightly tweaked, and a brand new ending connecting it to the Cloverfield world is developed.
Too often modern horror movies are not scary in the traditional sense. Classic horror films would unnerve you and stay with you for weeks after viewing them. Modern films tend to have people running around in the dark, screaming with dodgy camera work and every scare in the film is down to loud music cues and flash editing. In other words, the story itself isn’t scary or getting a reaction. The filmmakers have to use simple tools to get a response from the audience.