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(Turning 16 isn’t always sweet)
After watching Warm Bodies recently, I started having hope for these teenage romance movies changing the legend of supernatural creatures we create. I won’t compare this to Twilight but…Continue
Added by EMZreviews on May 19, 2013 at 8:04pm — No Comments
(The one that made me want to see the next Percy Jackson)
Normally, I laugh at stupid horror movies but this one tested my temper because it’s trying too hard to make a Texas Chainsaw Massacre sequel. They sure as hell humiliated not only the movie, but…Continue
Added by EMZreviews on May 6, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
(50 year old dudes can still kick your ass)
It had a promising Silent Scope start but don’t expect it to be a Mission Impossible because it’s 90% talk. It’s a hit-miss, suffering from several boredom moments but it drastically bounces back because of a progress in the story, a…Continue
Added by EMZreviews on April 25, 2013 at 6:04am — No Comments
Richard & Alice is a point and click adventure game where the emphasis is more on story and characters, rather than complex sets of puzzles. It can be debated whether or not this game is a point and click adventure, like I said, it's very story and character…Continue
Added by Splinter47 on February 27, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments
PART 2 - SUPERMAN III (1983) & SUPERMAN IV THE QUEST FOR PEACE (1987)…Continue
Added by Mike Brown on February 26, 2013 at 6:37am — No Comments
Ever have one of those days when you feel like you're fading away? That's certainly a problem facing the hero of the sci-fi story 'The Shrinking Man.' He is near simultaneously exposed to radiation and insecticide, a combination that causes him to, you guessed it, shrink. The story was…Continue
When I was in college, and completely absorbed in my forensic psychology classes, I watched a documentary on TV about a guy named Richard Kuklinski. Kuklinski, or The Iceman as he was dubbed, was one of the most violent and prolific killers in mafia history. The doc was partially a recap of his life and crimes and partially a personal interview with him from his prison cell. I remember writing a paper on the guy, who was essentially a serial killer working for organized crime; fascinating…Continue
2012 was a blur of quality cinema, and while most people ring in the New Year with champagne and resolutions, The Plot Hole gang celebrates by reminiscing about the best, worst, underrated, overrated movies of the year.
We also play review catch-up for some of the holiday’s biggest films including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Les Miserables, Django Unchained and Jack Reacher.
Check it all out on our iTunes page…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on January 3, 2013 at 1:02pm — No Comments
Many people feared that this movie would be the equivalent of The Phantom Menace but for the younger generation of fans who grew up with The Lord of the Rings as their epic saga of nostalgia. While this film doesn't descend into such excruciatingly painful territory, the attempts at entertaining the children…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on December 14, 2012 at 5:30pm — No Comments
This week on The Plot Hole, Steven and Simon start things off with some superhero movies news (as is more often than not the case) including big casting reveals for X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Then, helping to kick off awards season 2012, we mull over the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle which had an unlikely victor for Best Film of the year.
Also, speaking of winners, we chat the best movie posters of the year, along…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on December 5, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
As some of you may or may not be aware, Channing Tatum has been selected as People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive for the year of 2012. It's fair to say that Tatum has been met with both praise and criticism for landing such a place in Hollywood's consciousness. Whether it's people who think that Ryan Gosling was once…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on November 14, 2012 at 8:28pm — No Comments
It's not unusual for studios to adapt popular television series for the big screen, and often the shows chosen for adaptation fall under the umbrella of classic TV. Or at least, it's more likely that classic TV gets the big screen treatment than does the current lineup of shows. Well now it seems we can add …Continue
It's hard not to get excited about Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit,' mostly because I'm a geek and my eyeballs work. As we creep closer and closer to the final leg of 2012, we draw nearer and nearer to the first film's release. To further tease us, a new image from the 'The Hobbit' has just…Continue
Let's face it, Superman is in a horrible place in today's society. He might be the original superhero and the classic example of what superheroes can be but like Captain America's deal in The Avengers, things have changed in the seventy or seventy-five years that have past us by as a…Continue
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