3 items from 2009
A film about the murders in the Goldfield Hotel "Land of Caanaan," not to be confused with another horror film "Ghosts of Goldfield," which offers the same premise, this film seems to be in production limbo. Release dates have changed on this feature from mid 2008 to late 2008 then to 2009 and now 2010. Possibly looking for additional funding to close out the film "Land of Caanaan," seems to be working towards a future, hopefully soon, release date.
A full theatrical trailer is unavailable, but a promotional video and first one sheet poster can be seen here. Starring many well known actors including; Tara Reid, Robert England and Dwight Yoakam this film, with a $7.6 million budget, will need a little more help from studios before fans get a chance to see "Land of Canaan," in its entirety. In the meantime have a look at the first promotional video below.
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- Michael Ross Allen
After a promising first half of Smallville’s 8th season, including a pretty good cliffhanger that teased us with a Doomsday showdown, the January premiere was a huge letdown.
It wasn’t just that we Still haven’t gotten the Doomsday/Clark Kent battle (maybe next week?), it was that the episode seemed to have dropped in quality back to the soap opera lameness of season 7.
The episode (Legion) opens and the first person we see is Lana walking through the wreckage from the previous episode - and my immediate thought was “Ugh, Lana is Still on the damned show.” From there we cut to Clark getting almost literally slaughtered by a masked guy with an axe who looks like they borrowed the “Frankenstein” mask from the recent Death Race movie. It turns out he’s a villain from the 31st century, and the Legion of Superheroes shows up »
- Vic Holtreman
Mid to late last year, conjecture was abound as to whether this 8th season of Smallville would be the last season, as had been originally planned.
Many factors were floating around as to the outcome. Does The CW stick to the original plan? Do ratings have an impact on the plans? What about actor availability? Do we, the viewers want a 9th season? Ok, that last one was a duh.
This season has seen some pretty good plot lines. We’ve seen a few new characters, we’re about to meet the Legion of Superheroes from the 31st century and wait ’til we find out who sent them! We’re going to be seeing The Toyman in February and heck, even Tori Spelling is going to reprise her role of gossip columnist Linda Lake for at least one episode.
Back in December, ratings were telling The CW that the show should go on. »
- Bruce Simmons
3 items from 2009
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