Articles by Bob Leeper
Among the Edgar Rice Burroughs-related guests at this year’s Amazing Arizona Comic Con are Chris Claremont and George Perez.
If you’ve always felt that early 19th-century literary works and their film adaptations do not feature quite enough monsters, then Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is the film for you.
If it’s Valentine’s weekend then it’s time once again celebrate your love… of comics!
Coast Guard heroes face insurmountable odds in a desperate attempt to rescue a ship lost at sea. Unfortunately, The Finest Hours is simply insurmountably odd.
This March, two comic icons clash in the pop culture event of the century!
Art film meets survival story in this latest effort by Alejandro González Iñárritu. This is one of the most brutal and beautiful films you are likely to see.
Another year at the movies has come and gone and by my reckoning there were more winners than losers in 2015.
It’s a scene that fans and film students will be contemplating and talking about for generations.
Faster than a speeding DeLorean a new year is upon us once again, and nothing brings in the New Year like a monkey on a jackhammer pounding on a washtub.
Quentin Tarantino puts his special sort of demented twist on the classic western genre in his 8th film, The Hateful Eight. Like the bastard son of Sergio Leone and Sam Peckinpah, the avant garde writer/director …
Filmmaker David O. Russell strangely sways off course in his latest effort, Joy, starring his frequent collaborators, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.
The new film, Concussion, wants to ruin your football season.
The Big Short does an excellent and entertaining job of making the economic complexities of the Great Recession understandable to the average moviegoer.
On a cold Christmas evening in the winter of 44-45, Wonder Woman was busy delivering presents to poor children while disguised as “Miss Santa Claus.”