Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds by Werner Herzog

Werner Herzog’s FireballVisitors from Darker Worlds  tracks the common meteor from outer space to strikes around the world, continuing the collaboration between the indestructible German-born Herzog, now 78, one of the greatest rogue filmmaking adventurers of all time and Cambridge University Volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer,

Harlan Jacobson Reviews Invisible Man directed by Leigh Whannell

Writer-director Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man is only “inspired by” HG Wells’ original 1897 novel. And it’s not a remake of James Whale’s classic 1933 film starring a young Claude Rains as Dr. Jack Griffin, a murderous scientist. It’s not about the discontents of an invisible man at all, in fact. It is anything but.