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Review: Indiana Jones – The Adventure Collection – Special Edition DVD Set

Tuesday, May 6th, 2008

So, unless you’re my grandma and you’re looking forward to seeing that new E.T. VHS that everyone in the nursing home has been buzzing about, you know that the next Indiana Jones flick, The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, comes out this Summer on May 22. Which inevitably means that Paramount will “celebrate” (read: cross-promote) […]

Geek Movie Goodness: Review of The Bank Job

Thursday, March 6th, 2008

As far as directors go, Richard Donaldson has been about as uneven in the quality of his work as chemist in a crystal meth lab with a bad case of Tourette’s. Sometimes you get a quality hit, and sometimes that shit just blows up in your face. Thankfully, The Bank Job echoes the perfectly-paced suspense […]

Geek Movie Awfulness: Review of 10,000 B.C.

Thursday, March 6th, 2008

During the 10,000 B.C. panel at WonderCon a couple of weekends ago, an audience member asked lead actor Steven Strait whether he had to do any research to prepare for his role. Strait replied, “Not really, but…” It’s in English, but it’s accented English, so we had to get comfortable with this dialect, uh, that’s […]

Sneak Preview: The Top Five Completely Unnecessary 3D Effects in Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

Last Friday night during WonderCon weekend, certified looney tune Brendan Fraser and producers screened 21 minutes of 3D footage from the upcoming film Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D. And by “film,” I mean “amusement park attraction.” It’s the Captain EO of the 21st century, people. But with fewer kid-touchers in shiny pants. […]

Sneak Preview: Justice League: The New Frontier

Monday, February 25th, 2008

I love a story that starts with a good “what if?” premise. You know, like, “What if a nasty case of flannel poisoning hadn’t led to the Star Wars prequels?” Just think of what the world would look like today without all of that Hayden Christensen pollution! Justice League: The New Frontier launches from the […]

Reader Poll – How did you like Cloverfield?

Monday, January 21st, 2008

America has welcomed Cloverfield with $41 million in ticket sales, the highest ever made by a movie in a three-day January weekend. Meanwhile, the theater in which I saw Cloverfield last night greeted the end credits with stunned, silent disappointment and a smattering of “‘boos.” Oh, and sarcastic clapping from some smart ass. (And, no… […]

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