With the new movie out starring of course Christina Aguilera, Kristen Bell and Cher, I thought I'd take the initiative to point out what exactly makes a burlesque show that this movie seems to be lacking. Whether or…
The "Green Lantern" trailer has been around for a week or so now, and reactions have been mixed. Some say it's great and looks very true to the comics. While some say it's horrible and the CG looks ridiculous. The majority seem to take with the positive side of the argument, but let's take a closer look at the trailer to see why both sides say what they say...
After seeing all these blogs on Spill on The Academy Awards and what movies might be nominated for Best Picture and such. I decided, hey, No one did a blog on what's being nominated for the Razzies yet. So, I decided to do this now before anyone else does. Now, keep in mind, I haven't seen all of these movies I'm going to mentition on this list, This is mostly based off of what movies of this year are the most hated from critics and audiences alike. Besides, I didn't want to suffer from most…
In the past 20 years what advancements have there been in terms of depicting Zombies in movies and television shows? That's right, they can now run. Just imagine the literary goldmine you can explore with that new addition to to the Undead genre! Now, you may think I'm intentionally coming off as an ass to stroke my own ego, and you're right, but shut up for a moment and actually think about the Zombie genre over… Continue
Stephen King has always interested me when it comes to his yearly 'Best Of Movies' list.
2008 featured such movies as Lakeview Terrace and Death Race in his list and 2009 had the remake of The Last House On The Left and 2012.
This year, the list doesn't seem that weird with the exception of Takers, which is sure to surprise everyone. King's #1 film this year is 'Let Me In' which he calls "the best horror film of the… Continue
Alright, let's get this issue of the Funny Pages Podcast underway. Sorry about the lateness, and we're racing against the clock, and slow processor speed of a crappy laptop, to get you this show by Wednesday.
For the books, the guys have books which involve two men who everyone should base their life upon. One stars the one and only Boba Fett, and the other is written by the great Alan Moore. Anthony highlights some of the… Continue
While many on Spill were disappointed by the box office returns of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, we had all hoped the film would have a legacy on Blu-ray and DVD. Well it seems our crystal balls were right as Scott Pilgrim jumped to the #1 position of Amazon the day it was released, hopefully the trend continues. But on the DVD, I found a strange discovery in the extras: an alternate ending.
Well, the end has finally come. The conclusion we've all been waiting for whether we've been anticipating it or dreading it. The beginning of the end. Sadly, since I read the book, it cuts off just before the plot of that book really starts to pick up. But, how did I feel about the first half of this final Harry Potter tale?
The Wizarding World seems to be going to hell. Voldemort…
....Well of course I was going to end up seeing this!
I have a weird thing when coming out of watching a Harry Potter film, it's rather strange, but for some reason, I always come out of it as some giddy child who feels like he has just reached the pinnacle of enlightenment. I feel…
Hey Spillios, Heavy D here! Once again, I have to express my gratitude to the Spill Community for supporting Culture Jammin'. We've had another great download week, breaking 1,000 hits for the month of November. You guys are just too awesome. Thank you guys so much for all the love!
On this week's show, we talked about the downfall of Four Loko, the disgrace of the Redskins, Sarah Palin's Alaska, Amazon's pedophilia controversy, and of course, we answered the mail from you crazy… Continue
Added by Heavy D! on November 19, 2010 at 11:30am —
Harry Potter is back! One of my favorite movie franchises which I've grown with (and considering the increasingly more adult tone of the last films: has grown with me) releases its penultimate installment, the first of two parts based on the last book by J.K. Rowling.…
So browsing through IMDB, the front page had a very interesting list from Hitflix detailing 19 directors who could very well be nominated for an Academy Award this year. Their front page describes 2010 as the "year of the auteur", and who could blame them? This has been a year chock full of long-in-the-making pet projects from several of these directors. Some of which are works of love, others have proven to be… Continue