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This episode we discuss a woman who rents part of her body for feeding, another case of 911 stupidity, the latest drama behind our Percy Jackson review, and email.
And don't forget our latest event in London at Orbital Comics, Saturday Aug. 17. Click the image below for more details.…Continue
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Drac is back, in a big way. The number of in-development projects centering on the iconic bloodsucker is staggering. In addition to movies like Millennium Films' 'Last Voyage of the Demeter,'…Continue
Rating-Matinee' Creepshow 2 follows the unfortunate pattern of a lot of horror movie sequels, which is that it is good in it's own right, but when compared to the original it's fucked. Creepshow 2 contains good stories, nice haunting visuals, classic dark themes, well written dialogue, and (Mostly) good acting. However, the films biggest downfall is that it's stories aren't as unique as those told in the…Continue
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Here's the link to the new trailer for the movie Pacific Rim! What does everyone think? Sound off below!
When Guillermo del Toro first unveiled his upcoming "mechs vs. kaiju" project 'Pacific Rim' at Comic Con, the loveably eccentric director was adamant that the film would not be shot or converted into 3D because - due to the immensely epic size and scale of the creatures, robots, and settings - the 3D conversion process would make them feel…Continue
Guillermo del Toro continues to be one of the most interesting and bold filmmakers working today. I can't tell you how much I'm looking forward to his 'Pacific Rim,' the movie that pits sea monsters against giant robots controlled by human pilots. I know, right? Recently, this image was released that shows …Continue
In 2009, Sony Pictures proved Pixar wasn't the only studio capable of animated greatness. 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' took a popular children's book and turned it into a clever, heart-warming…Continue
It seems like every day we report on yet another geek property being adapted to the screen. Today, we can add another classic videogame to the pile of cartoons, toys, TV shows, and children's books set for the big screen treatment. New Line Cinema is developing a movie based on the Midway videogame…Continue
This weekend in Anaheim, Disney held their second D23 Expo - a weekend long event to promote and celebrate their upcoming films, projects, and attractions. Having previously skipped having a large presence at this year's San Diego Comic Con, the D23 Expo was chock-full of news, presentations, sneak previews, and interviews pertaining to their hottest upcoming films like:
A Quick explanation for anyone wondering about the artwork posted on my profile. It's for a sci-fi series I'm writing and illustrating caller, "The Reptilia Droc". It's a series of short stories I'm writing, and working my way up to a novel. The stories will include a few illustrations each chapter, and printed in comic book format.
The synopsis of the series is, "The military and outer colonies of the Conglomerate States find themselves in a growing confrontation with the…Continue
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Adam Sandler has signed on to voice the lead role of Dracula in the upcoming 3D…Continue
Yeah, it's been done before. A million times, as a matter of fact. But hey, I haven't done one so I might as well. This is a list of my personal favorite movie monsters of all time, or at least recent history. Oh, and to make my list somewhat different and not a complete repeat of every goddamn monster list out there, I'm not going to include the really classic and famous ones like King Kong and Godzilla.
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