Oh man. None of you folks out there realize the surprise your in for when you check out Niell Blomkamp. When I first saw the trailer for this film, I thought "This is Peter Jackson and Niell Blomkamp's replacement for the HALO film falling apart." This is essentially what this is, but it is something that is in every sense different and stronger because of it. First off, Nobody is prepared for this film. This film completely wasn't what I was expecting… Continue
Hey there Spill, here's level 3 of It Must Be Awesome. Today, we preview Arkham Asylum primarily by reviewing its new demo. It was a great time. Leave some comments and questions for next week's episode, we'd… Continue
So boys and girls, let me tell you about a little thing called Sundance. What is there to tell though, you all probably know. But for those three who don't... Sundance is an international film festival which hosts movies lacking major distributors. Usually these filmes have been made with the change from under the sofa but alot of the times, this is where the best stuff is produced. This year, we got stuff like (500) Days of Summer, Black Dynamite and Spread. And now for all those aspiring film… Continue
The director of The Incredible Hulk, Louis Leterrier, made a comment about The First Avengers during an interview with LA Times.There were also a few other interesting tidbits have emerged from the interview concerning Leterrier’s future with Marvel.
He has seen some of the design work Marvel is doing… Continue
Hey Guys! I just got a new HDTV LCD set and I decided to take it upon myself to recommend some Blu-rays! These are films that I own on Blu-ray or have seen in person and they all tend to blow me away with the quality. So check em out!
Blade Runner (1982)
For this film being nearly 20 years old, you can tell that Ridley Scott put his blood sweat and tears into every single frame of this film as each shot just blows ya away, and on Blu-Ray… Continue
Unlike many people, I am a fan of the Underworld franchise. I have no idea why I enjoy them but it holds a place in my heart. However, after Rise of the Lycans, there was no more story tell.......At least i thought there was nothing else. Maybe its because the last movie made 91 million worldwide on a 35 million budget.
Shock Till You Drop confirmed that Screen Gems is moving forward on the 4th entry in the franchise and is planning to be… Continue
Release Date: August 14, 2009
Studio: TriStar Pictures (Sony)
Director: Neill Blomkamp Screenwriter: Neill Blomkamp, Terri Tatchell
Starring: Sharlto Copley, David James
Genre: Sci-Fi MPAA Rating: R (for bloody violence and pervasive language)
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Plot Summary: 28 years ago, aliens made first contact with Earth. Humans waited for the hostile attack, or the… Continue
According to IESB, legendary director and producer Steven Spielberg is in negotiations in adapting Halo: The Fall of Reach which comes from screenwriter Stuart Beattie. This comes to a surprise that for a long time, Peter Jackson wanted to develop the movie. His reasons for not working on Halo was because he was to involved with the production of the Hobbit. After the bitter divorce between Dreamworks and… Continue
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I usually do not watch many films from the silent or early era of films. The only ones that I visit on a regular basis are Metropolis and Nosferatu. After watching this film, I finally know what I'm missing. Even thought the film may be considered archaic in many ways, this is a testament to the brilliance of… Continue
Recently on LEOG, we've had a very spirited discussion on cartoon shows. A lot of ground got covered but mostly from the 1970's to now. I have to admit that the 1960's were a deluge of Hanna Barbara. But what I'd like to show all you hip kids out there are some of the show I used to watch as a kid outside the range of your average half hour cartoon show. These shows were locally produced with the exception of Captain Kangaroo and were hosted by adults playing characters. The last show I… Continue
Okay, normally I don't go out and write blogs concerning celebrities deaths (I didn't even write about Michael Jackson's), but once someone dies that has contributed a vast number of things that have entertained me, that's where I contribute something of my own to you people concerning them. (and before you jump your shit, I HAVE been entertained by Michael Jackson, but there's very few musicians that have impacted me in such a way than filmmakers have - like John Hughes - so I am not in any… Continue
A GI JOE movie with one of the Wayans brothers, I'm not suprised the bad press on it.
There are many things I could say about paramounts latest big budget look down nostalgic lane; stupid, chessy, dumb but I think the word I'll use is GLORIOUS. Its gloriously stupid, gloriously chessy, gloriously dumb, gloriously fun.
The film is everything that makes a great saturday morrning cartoon, it makes you forget all your worries, and… Continue
I am staying in South Korea right now, and it turns out that the release date for G.I.Joe is a day before the American release. So, being a huge fan of G.I.Joe, I went there to see it. I was so confident about this movie, that I even took my new boyfriend to see this with me as our first date. Who the fuck woulda known that this would BLOW DONKEY KONG DICK!!!!
Now, I'm not going to explain ALL the plotholes because you guys over there in American are just DYING to see this movie. But I… Continue
If you're an boy growing up in America, there is not possible way you couldn't have had a G.I. Joe action figure at some point in your life. This was definitely the case for myself, and I still had fond memories of those figures...
However, G.I. Joe is something that is near to my heart, but the mythology is not religion to me. I appreciate what G.I. Joe is as a piece of american nostalgia. When hearing the news that Hasbro and Paramont were going… Continue
Horror is one of the most versatile genres in cinema that we know. There are numerous subgenres of the horror genre for any horror geek to enjoy depending on their tastes. Along with these different approaches, there are the films that perfectly encapsulate that sub-genre. These films could be the perfect choice to show a horror newbie a good introduction to the genre. Let's take a look at some of these:
Slasher: A psychopath, usually with a mask, stalks unsuspecting victims… Continue
Funny people is about a comedian named George Simmons ( Sandler ) who has a rare blood disorder, and is given only a year left to live. Ira ( Rogen ) is a strugling up and coming comedian. One night, these two perform at the same club and George takes notice of Ira. George then hires Ira to be his personal assistant as well as a friend.
when I walked into funny people I thought it was going to be a laugh out load hilarious… Continue
(500) Days of Summer is the story of Tom Hansen, a hopeless romantic who falls in love with his bosses secretary Summer Finn. Tom works for Hallmark card like company making cheap love cards, he wants to fall in love ever since he saw The Graduate. Summer doesn't believe true love really exists. When we enter the film, we see that Summer seems that she has left Tom's life for good this time, he reflects back on the just the good times over the year that… Continue