I want to point out that I try to avoid things we have spoken about on our previous podcasts because I'm not a fan of rehashing. Seriously, just listen to our podcasts before asking what I think about this or that title. We do those for you, not ourselves.
Manga you should be checking out if you haven't yet…
I'm gonna say this pure and simple. I love movies.......but it cost more than a dime to get in to them lately. With myself being in college, looking for work all the time with no such luck, stuff that needs to be fixed and have the displeasure of having little money, I barely have time to go to the theatre. But I have seen movies either on DVD/Blu-ray/Downloadable Media or streaming.
But the movies I have seen this year, I am going to say my thoughts about most of the movies…
We've got the latest batch of new posters, so enjoy! Bad babysitters, lothario kitty cats, creepy kids, worried mothers and laughable politicians are the focus of these upcoming films:
Jonah Hill stars as the most irresponsible babysitter in the world who takes three children on a crazy adventure through the streets of New York while trying to get to the drunken woman he loves in time to get some action.…
FRIGHT NIGHT. A 2011 remake of the 1985 original. It had a lot to live up to, considering the original is a hilarious classic that made its mark during its time. Did Anton Yelchin & Colin Farrell succeed at modernizing this timeless… Continue
Nicolas Cage just keeps distancing himself further and further from his Oscar win for “Leaving Las Vegas” back in 1995. He kicks off another disappointing year of quirky movie selection with “Season of the Witch,” originally slated for release about 9 months ago. This supernatural thriller where he plays a 1300s Crusader and gets involved in some sort of black magic. Needless to say, go see “Little…
Well I guess my digital footprint makes more sense from here on now aside from random ass blaberings every now and again. Now I'm just kind of getting into this and launching my own blog for podcasts which I'll also post here, but that one is a relaunch. Mainly, the spill community kind of broke me out of my shell I was in from a while back. I've always been somewhat reluctant to post on sites and blogs and similar places. I mean I do follow IGN and certain sports podcasts and so on, but at the… Continue
Added by Private Donut on December 7, 2010 at 1:55am —
First of all let me say this: This manga was not intended for kids and contains scenes of young teens engaging in behavior ranging from ganging jumpings, Murder, rape(of both females and males) and school massacres
Okay the pussies all gone?
Wolf Guy: Wolfen Crest is pretty much what I would tell anyone who wants to see werewolves (I mean American were wolf in london type werewolves) in a kind rebellious high school setting(but not like teen wolf). The first… Continue
Well, the 2000s decade has left us and we must now be open for what the 2010s will have in store for us. You and I both have seen a ton of lists highlighting what this decade saw with film and the goods and bads that accompanied it. I've been waiting to decide in what format I would attempt to do such a list. It occurred to me it would be a neat little idea to highlight the 10 year span by giving my opinion on what were the best films of each respective year. You're not going to agree with… Continue
What is expected when you meet your idols? To learn from them, and that is exactly what singer/guitarist Tom Clarke has done. After forming a band called The Enemy and releasing their smash debut “We’ll Live And Die In These Towns” Mr. Clarke proved you could play amazing music in the form of a three piece, write songs about life struggles, be angry, and not be a cunt while doing all this. Of course he had the amazing help by… Continue
Added by Kenami on March 10, 2009 at 5:59pm —
The music for The Dark Knight won't be eligible for an Oscar, according to Variety.
The Academy committee will inform principle composers -- Hans Zimmer and James Newton -- that their score for the movie will be disqualified because too many other people were also listed as composers.
Besides Zimmer and Newton, three others are officially on the credits as "composers" -- music editor Alex Gibson, ambient music designer Mel Wesson and composer Lorne Balfe. For a score to be… Continue
Holy crap, has anyone else seen this promo for the new BBC series No Heroics?
This looks fucking hilarious. I soooo wish I had BBC America. There hasn't been a good attempt at using superheroes as a humor medium since The Tick (actually, come to think of it the BBC series My Hero used this trope and was pretty damn funny-but this show looks infinitely cooler). This series has the advantage of… Continue
I dunno what to think right now about superheroes. I mean we knew where they stood about the turn of the century and it was and is an exciting time to be a comic book fan because all of these adaptations are jumping out, yet the suits seem to be trying to produce their own super-franchises as well.
When I was about 13 I read the Watchmen and I began writing my own fiction in that perception. Superman, Spider-man and others are what come to mind when some people thought of… Continue
Added by Jay on July 3, 2008 at 1:00am —