• New International ‘Robocop’ TV Spot Pays Homage With Some New Footage

    Posted Monday, December 2nd, 2013 11:00 am GMT -5

    We’ve got the latest international trailer for RoboCop for your enjoyment and there’s a few new scenes in it. While overall most of it has been seen before in previous trailers there’s some action that you’ll enjoy here. While not as great as the last trailer, this one was still an improvement over the first […]

  • Keanu Reeves Still Expects To Make A Third ‘Bill & Ted’

    Posted Monday, December 2nd, 2013 10:00 am GMT -5

    The real question is, will it make it into theaters before ‘Ghostbusters 3′?  While promoting his latest feature ’47 Ronin’, Keanu Reeves who played Ted “Theodore” Logan in the classic goofball time-traveling epic, ‘Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure’, stated that a script had been completed, but that it needed serious editing because as he put it […]

  • Will The Shocker Also Appear In ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′?!

    Posted Monday, December 2nd, 2013 09:00 am GMT -5

    We already knew that ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ featured two major villains, Electro (Jaime Foxx) and The Rhino (Paul Giamatti).  Then days ago, a leaked storyboard indicated that another villain would make at least a brief appearance.  (SPOILERS!)  But could yet ANOTHER villain also pop up?!  Is there even enough time for Spider-Man to make […]

  • Book Review: ‘All These Things I’ve Done” by Gabrielle Zevin

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 09:00 pm GMT -5

    Picture the roaring twenties, with pinstriped suits, fedoras, headbands with feathers, and of course prohibition. Only picture it in a modern-day setting, and rather than bathtub alcohol and hard-to-find metal, paper and water are now heavily rationed commodities, and coffee and chocolate are illegal. In ‘All These Things I’ve Done’ by Gabrielle Zevin, Anya Balanchine […]

  • Behold The Greatest Fan Film Ever: ‘Star Wars Downunder’!

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 07:00 pm GMT -5

    Remember when fan films were made by a handful of buddies who got together and sewed their own costumes without any prior sewing knowledge and consisted of them then running around a parking garage?  Things have come a long way since then. We’ve been seeing some pretty impressive stuff on YouTube lately, including the recent […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Wolverine And The X-Men’ #38

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 05:00 pm GMT -5

    We enter this issue of ‘Wolverine and the X-Men’ with Wolverine welcoming some new students to the class right after ‘Battle of the Atom’ is letting off. The introduction is cut short though as all of a sudden S.H.I.E.L.D. shows up on their front door to have Hill and Wolverine talk about what had just […]

  • TV Recap: ‘Grimm: El Cucuy’

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 03:00 pm GMT -5

    “Duermeta nino, duermete ya… Que viene el Coco y te comera.” After a bit of a hiatus, ‘Grimm’ returns with Nick and Hank tackling a vigilante boogeyman that takes vengeance upon neighborhood criminals. Things start two weeks in the past when a young gas station attendant is beaten and put into the hospital by the criminals. […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘New Avengers’ #12

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 01:00 pm GMT -5

    With ‘Infinity’ coming to an end this week, the latest issue of ‘New Avengers’ acts as an epilogue to the whole event. The issue catches up with the members of the Illuminati after Thane and the Avengers quelled the scuffle with Thanos and now they’re free to revisit the things that plagued them before the […]

  • After A Single Episode BBC America Renews ‘Atlantis’

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 11:00 am GMT -5

    Apparently the new series on BBC America’s Supernatural Saturday lineup, ‘Atlantis’, just delivered the highest rated series premiere of all time. So it’s no wonder that after a single episode the series would be picked up for a second season. Much like ‘Orphan Black‘ with its own pickup for a second season, BBC still has a huge creative […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Avengers Arena’ #18

    Posted Sunday, December 1st, 2013 09:00 am GMT -5

    About a year ago, a brand new book called ‘Avengers Arena’ from Dennis Hopeless and Kev Walker that sounded like Marvel’s version of ‘The Hunger Games’/’Battle Royale’ debuted to mix feelings. But as the book progressed and the audience explored Murder World, fans began to rally behind it despite the promise of all our favorite […]

  • Disney Delays/Cancels Plans For ‘Star Wars’ Attractions At Its Theme Parks

    Posted Saturday, November 30th, 2013 09:00 pm GMT -5

    When Disney acquired Lucasfilm and Marvel Comics, fans speculated that it was merely time before the super studio integrated elements from these franchises into its theme parks, namely Disneyland in Anaheim, CA, and Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL.  (I have a friend who was secretly working on a stand-alone Marvel theme park, which was […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ #117

    Posted Saturday, November 30th, 2013 07:00 pm GMT -5

    “All Out War” carries on here, after Holly “threw herself on a grenade” taking Rick’s place in driving their truck through Negan’s fence, allowing the “roamers” in.  Negan mistakenly takes Holly for Andrea, despite her protests, but she remains tough despite his interrogation.  But her mission proved successful as Negan and his followers soon find […]

  • David Morrissey Sheds Light On The Governor’s Actions In ‘The Walking Dead’

    Posted Saturday, November 30th, 2013 05:00 pm GMT -5

    After a fairly long absence from ‘The Walking Dead’ this season, David Morrissey returned to the AMC zombie drama two episodes ago where we finally caught up with the Governor after the fall of Woodbury. It looked as if the madman had undergone a change of heart and put all the horrible acts behind him, […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Wolverine And The X-Men’ Annual’ #1

    Posted Saturday, November 30th, 2013 03:00 pm GMT -5

    ‘Wolverine And The X-Men’ is a book that follows both Logan and the students in his class. In this ‘Infinity’ tie-in the focus is on one student. Most of the rest of his class were involved with the pretty underwhelming ‘Infinity: The Hunt’ event. Who else does that leave? Well a certain student who is […]

  • Accoding To Alan Moore, Adults Who Like Superhero Movies Are “Emotionally Subnormal”

    Posted Saturday, November 30th, 2013 01:00 pm GMT -5

    For a creator whose work has often involved superheroes in the past, Alan Moore seems to be pretty opinionated on adults who enjoy the genre. In the 80s he was responsible for three of the most well known superhero tales of all time including ‘The Killing Joke‘, ‘Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow’, and […]