It basically involves kids becoming zombies, a premise that has yet to be fully explored past Rosemary’s baby in Dawn of the Dead. Right?
Back in 2008, when The Dark Knight was released, people said we were at a turning point for comic book films. With the release of 2009’s Watchmen, we were clearly entering a new era of comic book influenced films. But are we ready for a dark movie or are we just looking for another all-action-no-brains Avengers?
50 Shades of Grey is a book best described as “Mommy Porn” and it’s coming to a theater near you. Why should you care? Well, did you catch the mommy porn description back there? Thanks to the trilogy Twilight (you may have heard of it), 50 Shades takes over and is now being made into a movie.
The last episode of Seinfeld aired 14 years ago, and despite racism, and failures, we refuse to let Jerry, Kramer, George, and Elaine go. Learn what Jerry and Larry David are up to.
The classic Robocop that we’ve always loved just celebrated its 25th anniversary and NECA is coming out with 2 new action figures for it.
The Munsters creator Bryan Fuller and NBC are planning to bring The Munsters back to TV this fall. We picked a few new Monsters for them.
Many actors are recognized and praised for their work in movies, their philanthropic charities, or simply because of their charming good looks. But not many people know or appreciate that among the Hollywood A-Listers are some of the world’s smartest human beings. In addition to being rich and famous, certain celebrities can add Harvard, Yale, and MENSA to their already impressive resumes.
Pixar’s Brave is set in what appears to be some part of Scotland, many years ago. Well before the existence of pickup trucks, at least. So while we knew that actor John Ratzenberger was cast — he being a member
This week we continue the Adult Animation series, and explore the likes of Princess Mononoke, South Park, and the wonders of Adult Swim! Plus, a peak into the future of your grown up TV!
If you are a fan of Ewoks, comic books, Stan Lee and/or all things pop culture, then you must be excited to see Morgan Spurlock’s newest movie, Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope. With only 8 movie screenings, fans now have the chance to add 7 new locations AND Q&A sessions by Morgan Spurlock.
With The Hunger Games hype, people have ALMOST forgotten about Twilight’s Breaking Dawn pt. 2, which will be coming out this November 2012. A teaser trailers and an actual trailer have recently been released, leaving us Twilight-heads yearning for more.
Adult animation has been around for decades, with a unique and interesting evolution. And it’s not about porn. Entirely. Read part 1 now, and see if you can catch up!
Last night was the 84th Academy Awards event, and it’s kind of boring. Here’s the worst parts of it, and why we wont be watching next year.
The 84th Academy Awards awarded most of the projected favorites with beautiful golden Oscars. However, we would like to shine some light on the night’s “close seconds”. Here’s what we think about those who weren’t lucky enough to come home as winners.
Meryl Streep and her cinematic achievements has made her one of the most respected and talented actors of the contemporary era. She has the most nominations for an Academy Award and the Golden Globes. Meryl Streep has influenced many actors to pursue their careers and most importantly, she made women’s presence on screen more prominent and important.
The official trailer for Morgan Spurlock’s Comic-Con documentary is finally released. Spurlock combined forces with legendary comic book writer, Stan Lee, to create the first documentary about the world’s largest comic book and popular art’s convention called, Comic Con.
A Song of Fire and Ice (Game of Thrones is the first book in the series) by George R. R. Martin is nice. But the HBO TV series is phenomenal. Learn why we cant wait for April 1st inside.
As the 84th Academy Awards approach, some of us can’t help but think whether or not The Oscars are becoming irrelevant. 2011’s award ceremony was ranked the worst Academy Awards ever, what does this mean for its future?