Talk About it Tuesday / Bounty-X Minddar: The Muck and Flirt

We start our Bounty of Bounties Tuesday (lol) with The Muck. Our hero continues his job of hunting the universe's strangest bounties and today's is no exception. He has to fight a weird parasite that hijacks bodies and eats brains. So he's Chucky from the Darfur 3 Saga?  No, not exactly. Chucky doesn't eat the brain of the person he rides inside of. Anyway, it's a fun adventure to watch as the bounty hunter must fight the parasite and the unfortunate alien he hijacked. 

 

Flirt came out before The Muck and it took some time before I could get to it. This was the first live-action film in the series that he did. The other one I reviewed was stop-motion clay. He gives the bounty hunter more of a human touch and introduces a character that appears later in the comics. While I wasn't fond of the acting, I still think they did a decent job. It's a free Youtube movie so I can't complain. It still doesn't move much in the way of the overall story but it does introduce characters from the comics that I think he will use later in the movie series.

Fundamentally, if BET or another network wants an Afrofuturist space opera horror that works well on a budget, I think Bounty-X could work. It would be a bit of a slog to get it TV ready, but I feel like he's got the bits ready. 

On a funny note, my wife was in the same room watching Call the Midwife at the same time I was watching this on the monitor. The shootout between the alien and the bounty hunter caught her attention. Unfortunately, later that night she had a bizarre nightmare in which she was an Anglican nurse and the Krillian alien came into the hospital with ringworm and she had to treat it. Yeah, crossover nightmares are not fun.  So Flirt got double Cinema Sin for that.

Anyway, hope you enjoy the doubleheader! Just don't watch it with Call the Midwife. It's not a good combination. 

Talk About it Tuesdays / SunHawks Vol. 1: Where it Begins

It was only a matter of time before I got to a comic so weird that it would shake the foundations of reality. It's less weird than Saga that's for sure.

Our video guy chose the wrong cover, but I think the original cover was too large for the cover space we made for it. I did not read this one called Home Fires because I think it's the sequel to Where it Begins. It's not clear at the slightest and that's the writer's fault. Nonetheless, I'll probably read the next one much later in the year.

This comics was more focused on a futuristic sport involving genetically enhanced humans. It reminded me of Mutant League, a strange cartoon fron the 90s that was hard to find but so cool. Now there's some 90s nostalgia for you! 

I'm a little ahead of schedule on reading and viewing while on vacation. Who knows- I might even have a 'buffer' again!

If you're a creative with a product due out soon, you should leave a comment below or on the Youtube video with a link to your work, so I can squeeze you into the queue. Yeah I'm in New Zealand right so expect more catch phrases like Ki ora and whatnot.

So far, I've gotten all but one cover done. Even the last SuperPrepared cover is in and titled. Hopefully, during a lull period, I can add them to the site.