Ideaspace Boils to Steam in DeZ Vylenz’s The Mindscape of Alan Moore

DeZ Vylenz’s feature-length documentary about the life and work of writer Alan Moore was made in 2003 but not released until 2008. The delay might be easily explained as that of an independent production’s typical struggle for funding, but it’s hard not to guess the timing of this particular film’s lavish release as a deluxe […]

Fascism by Common Consent in James McTeigue’s V for Vendetta

For all the negative buzz regarding Alan Moore’s total disavowal of the adaptation, I was surprised to find the James McTeigue’s adaptation kept far closer to the book than I expected. Closer, in fact, than the two other travesties of Moore’s comics, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and From Hell. Perhaps not coincidentally, it’s better than […]

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