May 2nd, 2017

cass, can you not

B.P.R.D. 1946-1948

It's good, although melancholic. Less a horror story than a war one; monsters are mostly defeated, but not always and not fully, and never without costs to bodies and souls, both supernaturally and metaphorically. Makes me think a Hellboy prequel movie could be interesting, although Hollywood doesn't really have a good track record with this kind of thing, from the surprisingly disappointing Van Helsing (how the hell do you screw up that premise?) to the absolutely terrible I, Frankenstein.

And I'm still waiting for At the Mountains of Madness although first they are going to have to find a plot.