If you are like me, then you still have hope that Jurassic World can be awesome. I know what your saying, “But Dave, we’ve been burned in the past, remember when we thought Lost World and JP3 might be good?”. I hear you guys, but some how, I think the filmmakers behind Jurassic World, are […]
Disney does not play around when it comes to their Princesses. I mean that’s their bread and butter! Well maybe less so now since the wicked step sister Marvel came to town, but that doesn’t mean they fall by the wayside! Just look at that poster! Thats an Anne Leibovitz! Here is a look at […]
Daniel Bruhl first came to the attention of American film audiences when he played the likable, if misguided, German sniper Fredrick ZÃ¶ller in Tarentino’s “Inglourious Basterds”. From there he has gone on to be in a few films I’ve never heard of, and an awesome turn as Nikki Lauda in Ron Howard’s latest, Rush. But […]
Everyone was expecting some sort of big announcement at Blizzcon this year and they got it in the form of a team-based, character driven FPS Ã la Team Fortress 2. Check out the cinematic and gameplay trailers below!
In 1985, the original Gauntlet became a coin-op legend. Throwing up to 4 players into mazes full of traps, locked doors, hidden rooms and hordes of screen-filling enemies, it was a hectic yet enjoyable formula that has been mimicked often since its first incarnation. Though the franchise hasn’t been touched since 2005’s Seven Sorrows, Arrowhead […]
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Neill Blomkamp has always been a reliable go-to for original sci-fi. To the astounding District 9, to the entertaining, if not mind blowing, Elysium. Now he is hitting back with his self-aware robot drama, Chappie. The first thing I thought when I saw this trailer (thanks to our friends over at EW for […]