While you wait for the new show, listen to our last recording. Sorry for no show yesterday. I've been planning...Thanks to a full day of screenings we'll have to do this one early. I'll have some updates about our podcast and video archives, the…See More
I can understand why people are so sad,angry, and even crying at a site that meant so much to you.But let's face reality here. WE still have 2 weeks.I believe in Korey Coleman to save this community one way or the other.(for real).And to be honest…See More
Wild man. He infamously lived the hard and fast road, and still put out an enormous body of work as an actor and a few films as a director as well including his break-out role, 1969's "Easy Rider". The guy worked AND played harder than almost anybody and still lived to the ripe old age of 74 before he succumbed to cancer this morning, surrounded by friends and family.
Kirisaki Fumio's just an ordinary highschool girl in love. but then she finds out that the guy she's fallen for happens to like someone else. And then she gets into a fight with a friend... that and various other things are getting her really down...So she decides to go out and get a chainsaw. And take it to school. And kill the boy she likes, and herself afterwards. Along with anyone who happens to get in the…
1. Bella is a perfect character (“Mary Sue”), which Meyer hides by calling her clumsy. 2. Being clumsy is not a flaw if Edward always catches her. 3. She can’t do anything without Edward. 4. And when he leaves she attempts to commit suicide. 5. Meyer is living out her own fantasies by writing about Bella, who is clearly herself. 6. The books aren’t well written, just because every other word is a fancy adjective doesn’t make it good writing. 7. All the rules Meyer sets… Continue
The League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen: Volume 4, Issue 15: Lost (and other TV shows we dig)
Make no bones about it, this may be the LAST episode of "Lost with Grant" (I know, just let it out, haters) but we're pretty much giving him the helm for it. Even though we certainly spend a good amount of time on other shows, (HBO line-up, "Chuck", etc) it always seems to come back to the island. And why not? It's the last time ya'll are gonna have to hear us go on and on… Continue
My first reaction to seeing the first trailer for the first time was "What!? a video game movie that looks good? Disney? Jerry Bruckhiemer??" So let's see how that faired out.
First of all, this movie is nothing original, obviously. Besides taking many things from the games, such as the platforming and action, the vague story, and the dagger, is also borrows from Assassin's Creed, The Scorpion King (the…
As a kid who grew up with various video game consoles to occupy my time and escape from actually having to go outside and physically exert myself, I am quite familiar with the Prince of Persia hfranchise. It had a cool character, wicked acrobatics, and creative gameplay that
made you love to abuse its time changing powers. Naturally, it was only
a mater of time before an adaptation was made for it, which resulted…
That's right, it appears Platinum Dunes has gotten there hands on yet another of my childhood loves. Seemingly Mr. Bay is only taking a Exec Producing part in this 2012 live action release, but we all saw how well that worked out for the new Nightmare on Elm ST. movie. Why am I suddenly mortified about this. Then again, can it really ever get any worse than TMNT 3?
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Starring in a bad movie is a hurdle any good actor can get over. George Clooney has gone on to greater things since Batman & Robin and even though Ben Affleck and the phrase "good actor" are two very questionable things when put together in the same sentence, he still has managed to keep his career since Gigli. Both these actors have even gone on to become pretty decent directors themselves. Unfortunately for first time actors who are… Continue