It's rather interesting how games have changed over the years. We've gone from having little games of ping pong to have having full blown blockbusters that rival whatever the hell Hollywood pumps out these days. As the years go on, tech marches on and so do the games, with new worlds and universes either continuing or starting. So, without further ado, I shall say what are my five most anticipated games for next year.
Before I do, however, I have two honorable mentions:…
Before I begin, I've never heard of Syndicate in the first place up until I saw some screenshots for the upcoming reboot that was posted on several different websites. From what I could gather on the originals, they were strategy games that let you play as an evil corporation bent on controlling the world from other evil corporations. Ah, evil vs…
Ridley Scott seems to be a busy man. Just off the heels of Robin Hood, he's got two Alien prequels, a period drama and more in store. But news for one of his upcoming films, an adaptation of The Forever War, has just arived. David Webb Peoples (writer of Scott's Blade Runner, 12 Monkeys) has signed on to write the screenplay of the adaptation.
For those who have not read the story, here is a basic…
Hello, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. I'm here to do a top 10 list of my favorite films of 08. 08 has been quite the year for film. Everything to good films (Dark Knight, Wall-E, Let The Right One In, etc) to very bad (The Love Guru, 10000 BC, Meet The Spartans). I hope you enjoy my list of my top 10 of 08. And, before I begin, the Honorable Mention is Iron Man.
Last night, my mum and I finished up watching the remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and I had noticed something about it: It does the tactic of "the less you see, the scarier/creepier it is". I admire that kind of tactic still being used these days, espicaly in a world with Hostel and Saw. So, allow me to go over films that to the tactic. Waring though: The following post contains spoilers from films, so you've been warned.
I like zombies. I like shaky cam films. So, when [REC] was released, I wanted to get my grubby little hands on it and snatch it up. However, thanks to God, I could not find it anywhere. And then I looked it up on IMDB and no release date was set for the film. I was ANGRY! Then I heard a remake was being made.
My reaction to that was this: (Darth Vader voice)… Continue
With "The Haunting of Molly Hartley" coming up and with the annoying PG-13 rating slapped on it, it's yet another one of these 'horror' films made only for the people who can't handle their R or NC-17 horror. Examples of PG-13 horror films that suck include:
One Missed Call (2008)
Prom Night (2008).
Cry Wolf (2005).
The Grudge (2004).
The Grudge 2 (2006).
The Eye (2008).
When a Stranger Calls (2006)
The Ring Two (2005).
Heh, poison. Heheh, evil tortue. Anyway, with Saw V being released tonight, might as well have both famous tortue franchises go at it.
In the current state that Saw is in now, I lean more towards Hostel. Besides, Hostel, in some cases, has an evil sense of humor. Especially at the end of Part II. However, if you asked me that when Saws I and II were out and Hostel, I'd say… Continue
I know it seems like the wrong kind of question to ask, especially when Halloween is coming up, but which one did you like more? For me, it was Gladiator. I love both of these films but I thought Gladiator had more accuracy and a much more deeper story. Still, which one?
With Halloween coming up, we need a good scare right? So, if ya need something scary to watch, watch some of my personal choices.
One of the first films to start this whole chain of annoying PG-13 rated horror films. But, out of the pile, this is one of the few that is on top. Both an scary-ass horror film, a Sci-Fi film and a story about a man who has lost his faith. I'm sure you have seen this before and you… Continue