Even though I was forced to bore myself through Beowulf in high school, then again in college, I'll definitely have to check out this version now that I'm reminded it stars these frightening, soulless near-humanoids. I forgot how much better a tired, centuries-old epic can seem when, rather than actual actors, precise computer-replicas of those actors are used to act out the same scenes with their jarring, emotionless eyes. Technology has come so far.
Final Beowulf Poster [IMPA]
This international trailer for Robert Zemeckis's Beowulf still features essentially the same creepy shots of too-realistic-for-anyone's-good CGI characters, and you'll still be left wondering what the point was of creating such realistic versions of the voice actors instead of ... / Continue →
It's interesting how, knowing Wall-E is Pixar's latest outright attack at dominating your child's mind, heart, and Underoos with overwhelmingly adorable characters, this image of the titular character looks cute and unassuming. Whereas, say it came with the tagline "Sexual pred... / Continue →
I apologize for the quality of this poster, but this is he best version I could find, and I thought it was more important to report whatever incident has gone on between Horton and this gentleman in the front.
I don't know exactly what happened, but it's clear from their expre... / Continue →