Pitch Black, continued with The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (animated), then The Chronicles of Riddick movie followed, and finally, Riddick released this year. What has drawn me so much to this series? A fantastically flawed character who balances over the precipice of right and wrong, living in the gray area that can be darker than pitch black (Like how I tied that in? ;). And to me there is nothing better than a beautifully choreographed fight scene, which you will find many of in this series. With over half my life spent studying martial arts, I have a taste for it like few other things. That said, if you don't like violent movies, this series likely isn't for you.
It is left open for another movie, but don't worry if you hate open ended movies, this one does 'end'. The only flaw I would remark upon is that I would have liked it to be a bit longer, with more to the ending. However, what it leaves it open to has the potential to take Riddick to an entirely new level and enrich the series and character. Bravo to Vin, I hope he continues it with the dedication he put into this latest installment.