If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Rarely does a science fiction film make you really think about philosophical questions that are nearly impossible to answer but whenever one does come along, it's always a real treat. The same goes for time travel stories. It is so rare to find an excellent example of what a time travel movie should be because whenever…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on October 1, 2012 at 6:53pm — No Comments
Added by Mike Brown on October 1, 2012 at 8:53am — No Comments
Well, my trips to the cinema remain very sparse lately, (blame the lack of funds and all that) but I did get the chance to check out some more recent home releases this weekend. But will either of these films get the thumbs up? (You can probably guess the answer to that already, but let's check them out anyway, shall we?
First up is the second…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on September 30, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
This is it! The last of the Fantastic Fest recordings with Co-Host 3000, Leon, Brian and special guest Spillios! We had one hell of a time recording, talking about films and everything else that only Fantastic Fest can bring you, so get over here next year and let's party our asses off again!
Here's a bonus podcast for your sweet ass and remember kids, only through the…Continue
Added by Mike Brown on September 26, 2012 at 6:38pm — No Comments
Once again the Fantastic Fest 2012 film festival invades Austin and your orifices with its very own brand of genre cinema from around the world! Let the Co-Host 3000, Leon, Brian Salisbury and Grant regale you with tales from the fest, along with the films they liked and disliked. Listen now, it's intoxicating! It really is dammit. JUST DO IT!…Continue
In a post-apocalyptic future most of America is an irradiated wasteland. The survivors have all been clumped together into the aptly named "Mega-Cities" which stretch from California to DC. With over 800 million citizens throughout this new society and very little to keep things in check crime runs rampant. Only the men and women of the Hall of Justice are able to maintain a certain modicum of order through their form of cops known as "Judges." A well respected and feared Judge named Dredd…Continue
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THIS IS A SPOILER-FILLED REVIEW.
THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is a violent, aggressive, doom-ridden, thrill-ride of a movie... and yes, it's good, very good. Even a bit better than The Dark Knight. It's definitely a much more action packed, faster paced film than it's predecessor, that's for sure, and it really works in setting up the many other characters we now have to follow (along with giving some more valuable time with familiar characters along the way). The…Continue
Added by thejon93rd on September 16, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Time to do something a little different for this blog entry, and to take a look at a recently released PSN title. This was offered for free to Playstation Plus subscribers as part of the "Instant Game Collection" and is.... strange to say the least.
In essence, it is a cross-screen space shooter combined with a…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on September 12, 2012 at 4:48pm — No Comments
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Once again, it's time for me to delve into the week's newest home releases, all three of which I missed out on seeing in the cinema. And wow... this blog post's films are pretty special. You probably heard them discussed very well on this week's "Remote Viewing", so you will know already what I have to say. But nonetheless, I'll give my viewpoints on the matter, despite them most likely being a bit more... "simplified".…Continue
Wow! This is simply unbelievable. Another great character actor for the century has been taken from us and into the great beyond. What was not to love about the great Michael Clarke Duncan? Everybody loved this man. His physical presence was overwhelming, his voice could penetrate the sound barrier and he had one…Continue