I have to admit that the recent announcement of Spill's closing has impacted me much more than I thought it would have. As a listener since 2009, Spill has been a big influence on my art and animation career.Cheers Spill Crew and fellow Spillioooos.…
To Korey, Chris, Tony and Martin,Thank you. Without you guys I don't know where I'd be at this point in my life. You've seen me at some of my lowest points, and my highest. Spill directly effected my life in a lot of ways. Korey and Chris opened…See More
What can us Spillios do to keep the site going OR help Korey and the gang on their new ventures? I've been on this site for six years and I don't want to see it go. I'm hoping Korey announces his plans for a new site, blog or community page! I'm all…See More
When is okay to kill your marketing team?
When can you hunt down and assassinate the entire department?
When can you get the greenlight to build a time machine and dispatch killing machines from the future to stalk and murder each and every one of them?
If you’re McG or anyone who worked on the production of… Continue
The original Terminator along with it's sequel, Terminator 2: Judgement Day are prime examples of what a good sci-fi should be. Well-shot action sequences with great visuals and cgi, and most importantly well-developed characters who we care for, and a story that pulls you in and never let's go. I know alot of people dislike Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines but I thought it was okay. It was no where near as good as the first two, but it held my interest, had a few twists… Continue
It’s no surprise that both have a lot in common. Not only are big robot action epics, but they’re also new entries in two beloved series. So how were they? Were they both equally satisfying or hugely disappointing?
Now I am more a Terminator fan than a Transformers fan. I just adore The Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day, without question two of the best movies I have ever… Continue
During the promotion of his upcoming tv-series Human Target, Terminator 4 director McG also took the time to make some statements concerning the future of the terminator series. First of all he's planning on being preoccupied with filming an adaptation of 20,000 leaugues under the Sea. According to IGN, captain Nemo will be played by nobody else than newfound Terminator star Sam Worthington.
According to McG the film will have alot to do with time… Continue
Added by Julian on August 9, 2009 at 7:30am —
Before you wet yourself thinking that this is a review for the new Terminator movie, it's not. It's the mandatory game tie-in that accompanies any summer movie that had a budget of more than $12. For those of you looking for a kick-ass game that seamlessly blends in with the movie...leave now, you'll only find disappointment here.
Supposedly the game was in development by the game company GRIN months before even the initial shooting of… Continue
Unlike all you other Spill fans out there, I did not enjoy Terminator Salvation. I felt that it wasn't exciting as it should've been and the writing was just plain terrible. Here's how I would've changed it.
First off, get rid of McG and and the writers. McG did a fine job directing the film but there are oodles of better people out there that they could've gotten.
Second, they made Terminator Salvation an action movie. It shouldn't have been. It should've been a straight… Continue
He launches another very poorly constructed review of McG's latest film, which I did like. I don't think it's great, it's definitely flawed, but it's good. Anyway, check this out on YouTube and read some of the ridiculous comments his supporters leave. This guy attracts some retarded fans.
First off, he is scarcely making a review here. He's just saying: "I was right, the movie sucks, here are the one sentence review summaries from Rotten Tomatoes, you all… Continue
“Maybe the future has been written, I don’t know. All I know is what the terminator taught me: never stop fighting. And I never will. The battle has just begun…” –John Connor, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Birthed from James Cameron’s demented nightmare of a skeletal robot rising from a hellish fire, 1984’s The Terminator sparked the imaginations of so many who wondered what the future war was like. In the world of cinema, we’ve had only three very brief glimpses… Continue
Added by Nick Sanchez on May 24, 2009 at 8:30pm —
Hello everyone and yes i know i haven't really done any blogs for a very long time (not that you guys will see this one anyway) but for this one i had to write something about it. Two movies came out this Memorial Day weekend (well one came out Thursday if you have to be exact) but of course only one could be number one at the box office. But which of these 2 movies (excluding Dance Flick cause no one cares about) claimed that top spot, was it… Continue
SUMMARY It is the year 2018 and John Connor is leading a small battalion of resistance fighters against Skynet. John Connor is searching for his future father, Kyle Reese, before the terminators get to him first and, ahem, terminate him. A character named Marcus mysteriously appears and only remembers the fact that he was on death row (One of his first lines, 'Ah, so that's what death tastes like' will indicate how Hollywood this movie will be), and for no reason…
Hey welcome to another edition of the REVIEW VAULT, where I tell it like it is good or bad.
This is the moment many sci-fi fans have been waiting for and it has finally gotten back to terminated the competition for the movie is known as Terminator Salvation. Now this is the fourth film within the on going stories of John Connor and the band of resistance continuing war against the machines which started with the release of The Terminator… Continue