Netflix drops PUNISHER trailer - series coming... this year... some timePublished at: Sept. 21, 2017, 2:14 p.m. CST by headgeekHey folks, Harry here... Jon Bernthal is a perfect PUNISHER for Netflix and this spot makes the show look pretty darn intense. Loved Jon's SHANE on WALKING DEAD - and his character is still missed. Loved the dynamic he had with everyone. But also get why he had to go.
Jesper Rofelt’s DAN-DREAM is a hilarious Danish film about the creation of “The First Electric Car.” The film is set in Denmark of 1981, which means, of course, it’s no where near the story of the first electric car, which first came about in 1832. And back in the era when gas powered cars had to be started with hand-cranks – it looked like the Electric car was going to go somewhere, until the US highway system gave people a desire to go more than 40 miles at a time.
I read that 3FT BALL & SOULS was a Japanese Science Fiction film – so when I watched a film that was equal parts GROUNDHOG’S DAY and IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE… I was stunned by the beauty the film contained. The film is not yet listed on IMDB and has debuted tonight. But if you’re at FANTASTIC FEST and plan on watching this incredible film – I would recommend skipping the rest of this review. Know that the concept I lay out in that brutal first sentence above – is the movie in a nutshell.
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