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A slower week for news doesn’t slow down The Plot Hole because as you know we always keep digging. As such we get energized and peeved in turn with our Damn You, Hell Yes! segment where we’ll cover everything from Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar to some developments on the long-time-coming Deadpool film.
There was also some interesting tidbits that came out of this year’s WonderCon, specifically Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and we’ll chat all about…Continue
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One of the issues facing DC's film initiative is that they are struggling to put together a Justice League movie before even giving some of the group's members their own standalone films. One character who has proven most difficult to adapt for contemporary audiences is Wonder Woman. The attempt to give the Amazonian heroine her own series on NBC, set to star Adrianne…Continue
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been a busy guy. In 2013 alone, he will have four movies released. The first of the bunch is Ric Roman Waugh's 'Snitch.' In the film, Johnson plays a father who, at the behest of the DEA, goes undercover…Continue
One of my favorite elements of Matthew Vaughn's 'Kick-Ass' was Chloe Moretz as Hit-Girl. She was poised, crude, and, pursuant to the title of the movie, kicked an unbelievable amount of ass. These latest…Continue
We've seen a few images from Jeff Wadlow's upcoming sequel 'Kick-Ass: Balls to the Wall,' but they've all been candid, unsanctioned set pics. Today, we have the first official still from the film. In the pic, our DIY superhero Kick-Ass (…Continue
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is a snitch, or at least that's the basic conceit behind stuntman-turned-director Ric Roman Waugh's 'Snitch.' Johnson plays a father who agrees to go undercover into a drug cartel after the DEA busts his…Continue
I'd been hearing a lot of strange things about Michael Bay's weightlifter comedy 'Pain & Gain,' but still wasn't sure exactly what it was we'd be in for when the movie hit theaters. Thanks to this first trailer, that fog of uncertainty has substantially lifted. Starring …Continue
In this back-to-basics 82nd episode of The Braingasm Podcast we are joined by an elite task force of familiar faces. Shakyl Lambert (@the_gamin_king), Jordan Worth Cobb (@jowoco), and a little later in the festivities Scott Johnson (@scottpjthoughts).
We began as we do every week with Shakyl doing high quality racism.
After that we BS’d but good for a while talking about the ridiculous age difference between Bradley Cooper and…Continue
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Rarely does a science fiction film make you really think about philosophical questions that are nearly impossible to answer but whenever one does come along, it's always a real treat. The same goes for time travel stories. It is so rare to find an excellent example of what a time travel movie should be because whenever…Continue
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We assign the term "action hero" to not only the protagonists of the action films we love, but also the actors who play them. Often the distinction is a touch unwarranted, but sometimes the performers themselves possess traits similar to those of the heroic characters they play. When the filmmaker's…Continue
In this our 76th episode of the Braingasm Podcast we are joined by our rogues gallery Scott Johnson (@scottpjthoughts), Vincent Rivano (@theshiny1) and Rob Sprance (@robsprance).
We began as we do every week by doing none of the things that we do every week.
As the title suggests this is our much anticipated Breaking Bad episode. The episode is devoted entirely to a long and sweeping discussion of our favourite show on the air right now.
This is a very…Continue
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'Looper' remains one of the last of my highly anticipated films of 2012. A time travel gangster action movie from the director of 'Brick?' Come on! The movie stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a hitman whose victims are delivered to him…Continue
Walking out of my room, in which the cockroaches and the rats are at war for total supremacy, I can honestly say I wasn't expecting much from Seth MacFarlane's directorial debut, 'Ted.' I expected little more than what I saw in the trailers and anything I've seen in just about every Family Guy episode: Crass, vulgar humor that does tickle the funny bone every now and then, and is good to watch with the guys. Needless to say I held just as much breath for Ted as I did the notion that Fox…Continue
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As the hype for the newest installment of Spider-Man built up, my skepticism grew along with it. As a fan of the Spider-Man comics and a cinema junkie, I was excited to hear that we were going to be given a new take on the franchise. But I was also deeply concerned that 'The Amazing Spider-Man', directed by Marc Webb, wouldn't be able to undo the damage done by the Tobey Maguire series, Tobey Maguire being to Spider-Man what Rupert Murdoch was to Firefly, he just utterly killed it.
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In this our 68th episode of the Braingasm Podcast we are joined by resident Brony Scott Johnson (@scottpjthoughts), and Megan (Cesca's friend, ask her how to contact her).
We began as we do every week by introducing Rainbow Dash and the McSwag.
After that we BSed for a bit (not long) and then launched right in to What's Been Filling Our Voids. Ben got all Oprah on us by giving his latest instalment of his Audible.com Presents The Braingasm Book Club with…Continue
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