Author Archives: Adrian Mackinder


September 3rd, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

Time for a quick lesson. There is one simple rule when it comes to adapting comic book for film. If


May 21st, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

There’s nothing like seeing tens of thousands of advancing Greeks on the sandy shores of Troy to remind you that

Shaun of the Dead

April 9th, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

Well it’s arrived. A British comedy that is actually funny. Not only that, but it’s clever, funny, anarchic, funny and

The Passion of The Christ

March 26th, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

Before I write about this film I want to explain a little about the dilemma I faced when doing so.

Starsky & Hutch

March 19th, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

Now that Hollywood has officially decided that for every original idea there needs to be a rehashed, revamped and reworked

Lost in Translation

January 9th, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

Now that the battle for Middle Earth is over, and most of the Hobbits have returned to the Shire, it’s

American Splendor

January 6th, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

So, you’re creating a comic book hero, a cult legend, an iconic slice of Americana. How do you go about

Classic Westerns by MGM

January 1st, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

April sees the Special Edition DVD release of the remaining major films by Italian director Sergio Leone, beautifully restored, each

Metallica: Some Kind of Monster

January 1st, 2004 | by Adrian Mackinder

What started out initially as a simple behind the scenes documentary following the largest metal band in the world ever

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