Every time there is a successful show on TV there is an actor or actress that stands out in a supporting role or in an ensemble cast. Inevitably that actor becomes a fan favorite. Then, thanks to the buzz, the actor buys their own hype and signs on to big projects where they are miscast in a ton of stuff. And that is a problem.
“…when the franchise commits the equivalent of a late-term abortion, much of the talk about the film’s failures is [wrongly] attributed to the “aging” Arnold Schwarzenegger…”
Continue reading Terminator: Abomination
I finally watched the film “Byzantium” and my verdict: it’s a lovely film, I was impressed for sure. Stop delaying and watch “Byzantium” because it is not just another ‘sex and vampires’ tale. Continue reading Psychology and Politics are at Play in Byzantium
Joe Quesada has decided that he just can’t like “Man of Steel” no matter how hard he tries because Zod is the real hero of the story. On Kevin Smith’s podcast, Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer discussed the film in some detail going on to say: Continue reading Zod is the Hero of Man of Steel Says Joe Quesada of Marvel
I love cultural anthropology. I was looking through an article that had a comparison between Incan and Egyptian works. My first thought: This is really a ‘cool in school’ list that allows for easy comparison of the similarities. Then they dropped the bomb. The reason those similarities exist is because Egyptians and Incans both came from an ancient culture that scholars are deliberately suppressing. Yes, scholars are keeping Atlantis under wraps. Continue reading Suppressed Evidence of Atlantis Found in Squares and Spades
This review of The Last of Us: Left Behind DLC Content will mention specific parts of the main storyline but will not contain spoilers of the DLC content. The review is intended for readers that have already enjoyed and finished the main campaign. Please, if you have not finished the main story, do so now. This review will still be here. We will not leave you behind.
The Last of Us was amazing and revolutionary and the $15 DLC does the exact same thing in a smaller dose. Left Behind’s story simply adds another layer of complexity to the characters that inhabit this world and it leaves us with quite possibly the best DLC story we’ve seen in years. Continue reading Left Behind Deepens Your Appreciation for The Last of Us
Hi there, Snouty Piggies. We’ve been busy with a lot of stuff but we’re preparing a couple of huge articles surrounding upcoming games and this is a teaser for those articles.
Open Grave (2013) will arrive stateside January 3, 2014 and we’ve got the recently released trailer. The horror film is about Sharlto Copley’s character waking up in a mass grave of fresh corpses completely unaware how he got there. He meets with strangers that also have no clue how they got there. Watch the trailer after the jump. Continue reading Trailer for “Open Grave” with Sharlto Copley
The teaser trailer to the sequel of The Raid: Redemption has hit the web. Officially dubbed The Raid: Berandal will be released in March 2014 and looks to take off where the last one ended with its star now infiltrating Jakarta’s underworld crime syndicate. See the trailer after the jump. Continue reading Trailer for The Raid 2: Berandal
Happy Halloween to you Snouty Piggies. We have treats in the form of bloody fantastic short films you can watch in between all the feature length horror movies you will be devouring or put them on for those midday and afternoon snacks all this after the jump. Continue reading Five Spooky Halloween Short Films
The Simpsons opening title sequences are pretty much the only thing it’s got going for it these days but really, those first few minutes of animation are always fantastic. If you haven’t seen the opening to the latest Treehouse of Horror you can watch it and the references after the jump. It’s totally worth a few minutes of your time. Continue reading All the Movie References in Treehouse of Horror XXIV