We got a new Black martial artists on the map. Just watched "The Protector 2" (Tom Yum Goong 2). Keep your eye on him...This dude's the truth....should check him out if you haven't already. Mareese Crumphttps://youtube.googleapis.com/v/ruZG_5C6o6o&source=uds
Mulciber is Beelzebub's second in command.He is the architect and engineer of the city known as Pandemonium. He is highly intelligent and is expert at strategy and warfare. He built and designed Satan's Grand Palace.
Romeal Watson, writer of the Hell-Tale story, Reclamation, tries to offer a different approach to the usual vampire, werewolf, and zombie genres. Based out of Spokane, Washington, Watson originally created this story as a 131-page screenplay, but in an attempt to create a following, decided to convert portions of the screenplay into several comic book volumes. … Continue reading The next generation of Action-Horror that’s not vampires, werewolves, or zombies. Reclamation opens up the vast world of hellish creatures
In this summer's series of flops, it seems like quite the gamble for a $80-$250 million dollar movie to not let their marketing demographic offer "some kind" of a feedback in it's pre-production stages. What I'm suggesting, is, "hey, if you're going to put out that $80-250 million dollar movie, maybe we can pre-assess some … Continue reading Should big production companies consider pre-production marketing assessment?
You can read the article here, and share what you think.The implosion is correct, although I would quicker say bankrupt, because nobody is paying $150 a ticket when they can download. The indiefilms will save Hollywood, just like Blackploitations did in the 70's (it's true). With all the people turned down by production companies, they … Continue reading Response to Steven Spielberg and George Lucas’ foretelling the death of studios, movie tickets costing $150, and the flourishing of indiefilms.
One thing I have to say about your typical "THIS vs. THAT" action sci-fi genres, is that it already has an established market. People pay good money to see just a good ole action movie. Everything from Underworld, Blade, to Expendables all fit into this category. What ultimately decides if a movie will be well … Continue reading About the "THIS" vs. "THAT" Action, Sci-Fi genre
Just got the latest photos for our elite demon character, Mulciber, and I must say that it always leaves me wanting more. A very addictive process, creating a mythical character and watching it slowly come to life. It's a great feeling, to contribute with something like this. Now only if we can get a buyer.ABOUT … Continue reading Mulciber complete, now all is left is a paint job
Me and my illustrator Adrian BarbuJust got back from the New York Comic-Con 2012, and I am very tired. Throat groggly, slight head ache, feet sore; cost of doing battle right? A ll this talk about networking and elevator pitches from my current job at career services, has served me well.The first day was decent. It … Continue reading NY Comic-Con 2012
I want to thank everyone for continuing your support of Reclamation as it moves forward. I just saw Resident Evil: Retribution last night, and it only further justified why we need to give the zombies a rest (unless it's Zombieland 2 or World War Z).I'm done with the lazy storytelling, and want to get back … Continue reading Victim of a 80’s influence
Damn, I don't know if any of you had the opportunity to play this 90's cyberpunk masterpiece as a kid, but for those who did, you'll know that it gave you about 60 hours (for Sega Genesis version) worth of bliss, then fell off the face of the earth like VanDamme's career.Well guess what???That's right! … Continue reading Shadowrun Returns