A while back, we put up a review of the French-Canadian film Starbuck, which received a very positive review. At the time, DreamWorks was rumored to be working on an American remake of the film to star Vince Vaughn. This week, a teaser trailer has been released for the film, now titled The Delivery Man.
Jose, Lyz, and Dylan are back together, this time reviewing the new Riddick trailer, along with the Rapture-palooza trailer, and the Jackie Robinson film, 42. Then an analysis of TV shows adapted into films. There's way more than you think! Film or movie? We love both!
A countdown website has been opened by Square Enix with the numbers set at 00:46:49. This page is hosted at the same web address as the company’s 10th anniversary teaser site that went live on April 1st. That date marks the 10-year anniversary of the merger between Squaresoft and Enix. The page states that Square Enix is currently working on a new site, and that the countdown will begin as soon as preparations are complete.
Releasing “Get Lucky” as a single was a decidedly ballsy and bold move; some would say the act was bolder than the actual song. After all, didn’t we expect Daft Punk to roar on return, with synths, vocoders, and samples ablaze? What’s this nonsense with the retro-disco, where the hell are the drops? One reviewer was honest enough to say what I thought was on the minds of most: “underwhelming.” After sitting down with the whole album though, I can tell you that the verdict is premature. With Random Access Memories Daft Punk achieves a more than respectable return, but in a far quieter manner than anyone would’ve expected. The word I’d use is stroll.
Universal Studios is reportedly in development for a remake of the 1994 sci-fi movie, Timecop. The film originally stared Jean-Claude Van Damme as a Time Enforcement Commission Agent from 2004, when time travel was made possible. Timecop is considered one of Van Damme’s most critically and financially successful works, but Van Damme is currently not involved.
If you're thinking of getting an Xbox One, you might still want to hold on to Xbox 360; that is, if you want to continue playing what currently in your library. It has now been confirmed that the Xbox One will not be backwards compatible with any of the previous Xbox consoles.
Wednesdays, they are always the best days. They always open a new door into the universes that I love. Welcome to This Week in Awesomeness! Each week I scan and crop my favorite panels from this week’s batch of new comics. Come and enjoy some amazing art and perhaps discover your next favorite comic!
Viral campaigns have become instrumental in promoting movies, video games and TV shows. The more elaborate they are, the more effective they are in catching the audience's attention. One particular viral marketing technique has found a unique way to catch your attention.
Matt and Ryan watched the Xbox One presentation, and then discussed what they thought of all the TV, sports, and next-gen canines that were revealed.
Just in time for Daft Punk’s new, Random Access Memories, the S.H. Figuarts of the duo is up for pre-order on Amazon and other retailers. The figure versions of Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel De Homem Christo will each be priced at $44.99 each. Joining the ranks of Kamen Rider and Power Rangers, these figures will be highly detailed with many points of articulation.
Just as they did with the PlayStation 4, GameStop is now signing up Power Up Rewards gamers who want to pre-order the just announced Xbox One. GameStop attracted nearly 1 million gamers when they did this with the Playstation 4.
I’ve been hearing about a Dark Tower film adaptation before I even started reading the books a few years ago. Among many King fans, his epic mix of Clint Eastwood and Lord of the Rings represents a creative peak that begs for a strong film imagining. Stephen King himself considers the series his crowning achievement, and now it appears the Imagine Entertainment production company (Ron Howard, Akiva Goldsman and Brian Grazer) is considering two possible offers for financing and distribution.
If ain't broke, don't fix it — at least that's the mantra of the head honchos over at AMC. Josh Sapan, zombie defender and AMC Networks CEO, told reporters that, as far as he's concerned, The Walking Dead will be churning out new seasons to 2022 and beyond.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back, and this time they're serving up comedy of apocalyptic proportions. The latest trailer for The World's End delivers pub crawl havoc, inky robot blood, and an earnest discussion about the Bible's real author (Alexander Dumas, right?).
Wii U? More like, Wii U cut that out Nintendo? In this episode, the Super Circuitcast crew discusses what we like and don't like about Nintendo's current direction. Podcast below!