In a last ditch effort with the impending doom of our beloved Spill.com. Myself and another spill member thought it might be a good idea to unite members in our area. Here is her FB link so please contact Alejandra Calderon (aka Persica Flynn on…See More
Men In Black 3 is a solid, fun, action sci-fi movie that I really enjoyed and I view it as a worthy entry in the MIB series. The story of Men In Black 3 is that Will Smith must travel back in time to save his friend played by Tommy Lee Jones from an escaped alien…
This documentary is about the top world of warcraft guilds in the world competing for world first kills on the latest bosses.
Being a nearly 5 year player of world of warcraft, this documentary does an amazing job showing just how involved the top players in the world are to this game, and what they've had to sacrifice to remain on the top 20 ranking…
Me and Nootrac (my drawing from when I was 7 years old come to life) talk about animated films and TV shows, and give two separate opinions; one of someone thinking as a somewhat cynical adult, and one in the mindset of a child. I hope you enjoy it!
In my three months since starting The Story Masonry blog, I've tried to have my thoughts well-formed before publishing an article. After all, without a large reader base, the articles where I end with a question are ultimately pointless. But some topics are so morally relative that it's impossible to remain of…
At this point, there are currently about a dozen or so romance films being released each year. Most of them are comedies that follow an annoyingly similar formula – main characters meet by chance, wacky hijinks ensue (which you’ve likely seen in trailers), love develops, one character screws up and admits his folly (yeah, almost always the guy’s fault), they kiss, credits roll. But what about films that follow them after love is…
I have to admit, I haven't had to write one of these in a long time, and I really miss doing these. Reason being is that less and less people are coming to my theatre, which means I'm less likely to run into an outstandingly stupid person.
But today? Today was special.
I'm doing my theatre checks as Usher for the day, making sure the AC works after having it blow up on us several times over the summer, when I see this small black woman come into the theatre as the movie is… Continue
Welcome to Video Game Equivalent, where I try to find you an equal to a movie, book, show, or comic in video game form.
This is probably one of the most interesting development for video game-movie relations with the release of Gamer. It's a movie about a video game, but not based on one, therefore it's automatically better than any… Continue
Added by C.H. Gorog on September 13, 2009 at 11:30pm —
If you are not offended by uncensored social criticismskip the list of politically correct ways to defend my reasons to write about un-politically correct topics and scroll straight down to the 'My Opinion' section of this blog.
This blog was started when responding to this clip being posted and the person saying that some people just don't get the point of this type of clip:
DEATH RACE 2000 is a classic made in 1975 starring David Carradine was regarded as Davids best role. Evreyone should be familiar with the recent [as Carlyle put it ] in-spirit remake starring Jason Statham and Tyrese Gibson. The premis for this movie is Jensen Ames [Jason Statham] is sentenced to a life term at Terminal Penitinary for mudering his wife. TWIST he was framed. There he finds the man who killed his wife and learns that warden Hennesey [Joan Allen] had this man kill his wife so he… Continue
Added by Warmachine on June 23, 2009 at 11:00pm —
Actor who starred in the T.V Series Kung Fu, Death Race 2000 and in the later year was Bill in Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2 and more recently was Poon Doog in Crank 2 has been found dead in Thailand today.
David was a true cult star because of his role in the television show Kung Fu and his role Frankenstein in Death Race 2000 . His career got back of track a few years ago with his work with Quentin Tarantino on Kill… Continue
What do you get when you mix The Running Man with Death Race and (dare I say it) The Lawnmower Man, and stir in a really good actor? A potentially kick back, leave-your-brain-at-home-and-go-enjoy-with-your-friends flick. If done properly, mind you... It's a very fine line between pure action fun and a load of crap. Lets hope this is the… Continue
Added by MavenCree on May 16, 2009 at 2:11pm —
No ordinary race, mind you. A race between the stupidest vehicles to ever be vomited onto the silver screen! Open to ground, air, sea, AND space! And to the winner, the distinction of being the stupidest vehicle ever!
I nominate three vehicles, feel free to nominate your own!
First, the rocket-blimp from The Mummy Returns!… Continue
Added by OTC316 on May 10, 2009 at 10:30am —
Okay,before I begin I would like to say I have never seen the original so this review is coming from the persepctive of someone who has never seen the original.
The stroy is about a cab driver who picks up 2 kids who just happen to be aliens whos ship has crashed in the middle of Las Vegas.The reason why they are there is because their planet is dying and they need Earths air to save their planet.While others on their planet think its a good idea others want to attack earth and steal… Continue
Added by Jack on March 29, 2009 at 6:36am —
Some of you may remember WAAAAY back in July of 2008 when I posted a blog blowing wide open the secret that now U.S. President Barack Obama rarely loses his cool because when he does he becomes 'The Rock'.