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We return this week Spoiling Bastards for an action packed show on Episode 61. Today we go over the reveal of Xbox One, that good weekend box office talk, comments, the best internet comment ever (From FlatnerZero), blu-ray releases, what’s in store for this weekend and The Hangover III trailer talk. …
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First off, Star Trek Into Darkness is not as good as it's preceding film, but it's still an entertaining summer action flick. Good, now that we have that out of the way let's get to the point shall…Continue
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Yesterday I sat at the edge of my seat trough the entirety of Star Trek into Darkness. After my wife and I got home, we settled down on our couch and watched Space Seed from the original series, mind you, she had never seem it. She was never a great fan of Star Trek but nevertheless we sat and watched.
We talked about the silliness, the outdated concepts, we understand and agreed the core is still good, the idea is there. But being a biologist…Continue
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Are you ready to join the crew of the USS Enterprise? To seek out new life and new civilization? To boldly go where no one has gone before? Then put on your red shirt and get beamed up. This is Star Trek.
I must profess this review with saying Star Trek is my biggest fandom. I love Star Trek, so much. It may taint my review somewhat…Continue
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This week on The Plot Hole, Steven and Simon start things off with some superhero movies news (as is more often than not the case) including big casting reveals for X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Then, helping to kick off awards season 2012, we mull over the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle which had an unlikely victor for Best Film of the year.
Also, speaking of winners, we chat the best movie posters of the year, along…Continue
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Five years. All fan boys, geeks, comic readers, and film buffs have been waiting for this moment for five long,…Continue
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Yes Kurtwood Smith Is In This ... DUMBASS!
The fifth sequel to 1979's original…Continue
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Another person whom the public probably knows nothing about, but is familiar with his work the world over, has passed.
Ralph McQuarrie was originally a painter for Boeing aircrafts before he was recruited to do conceptual paintings for STAR WARS after George Lucas had seen some pictures of his work. He commissioned Ralph to do paintings to help visualize his ideas to help sell his…Continue
Following an eight-month stint in the New York City revival of “Angels in America” (where the 34-year old played a…Continue
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To all those who hate it when the title gives away the twist, sorry.
But I couldn't resist, and chances are this title is the best way to get you to watch this video.
I thought that with the LEOG's podcast about the Devil this week, that some of you might get a kick out of this.
Back in the early 1970's, the cast of the original Star Trek reunited to continue their characters' adventures in cartoon form. The problem is that no one…Continue
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There is commonly held belief among a lot of Star Trek fans that the films are consistently hit-and-miss, with the odd-numbered films doing poorly and the even-numbered ones being the only good ones.
While I partially disagree with this statement in regards to the lesser
films, Star Trek: First Contact, the eight in the franchise,
certainly lives up to its number, executing not only a solid science
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Being a self-described geek, I was excited to find out that yesterday was international geek/nerd day, so naturally I celebrated. Having not seen (to any full extent anyway) any of the Star Trek: The Next Generation films, I decided to go out and rent the ninth film in the franchise, Star Trek: Insurrection,
and after watching it, I’m really at a loss for words. The reason for
this is that while there isn’t…
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Ladies and gentlemen, we have finally approached the end, not of the Star Trek film franchise, but of the Star Trek film trilogy that was begun by Wrath of Khan and continued by The Search for Spock. It’s no
lie that this film had a lot of pressure on it from the studios to
succeed for a number of reasons. For one thing, despite the financial
success of The Search for…
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