A quick bit of catch-up….  As always, click to read the full article!

Trailer Watch – Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry & How To Survive A Plague

Not all films that open in the Summer are biff-boom-pow blockbusters.  Some tiptoe up to you and catch you by surprise.  Two films that I’m sure will do just that this Summer are Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, about the Chinese artist and political activist, and How To Survive A Plague, a film about AIDS survival and activism.

The trailers have hit the wonderful world of the interwebs; read on for more info on both films!

Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough To Star in Safe Haven

I’m not what you’d call a chick-chick.  But I have to admit I’ve seen my fair share of chick movies.  But I do love Josh Duhamel (he was very enjoyable in Transformers and Life As We Know It) and Julianne Hough (stop it, I liked the new Footloose!), so when I heard the director of Chocolat is putting his not-too-sappy style to a film version of Nicholas Sparks’ Safe Haven?  Gotta say I’m intrigued.

A list of 2012 horror comics from the folks at Ghastly Awards!

It’s time to hit the beach.  Or, if you’re like me, it’s time to dream about hitting the beach while Real Life swamps you and you put off sun & sand.  Again.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t dive into some great summer reads!  My latest book obsession is the Autumn series by David Moody.  I’m also flipping through Crossed: Psychopath (not for the weak-stomached, trust me).  And on the note of scary comics, wanna know what else has come out this year that you can get your paws on?  Thanks to the folks at the Ghastly Awards, knowledge is just a clicky away….

So what are you waiting for; check out this list o’ goodness!

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