Just talking briefly about the Wing commander series, a few games that I am aware of, and have played. A game series that was one of many really to change space flight sims. A game series that should be remade!
Rating-Full Price!! From the director of Forrest Gump, Back To The Future, and The Polar Express comes a brilliant drama starring Denzel Washington as a pilot, one day while flying his plane gives out and he is forced to crash land, while several passengers die, he is able to save most of the people onboard. Now, the blame for the crash has to fall on someone and unfortunately he is that someone. From there on, Flight chronicles the aftermath of such a traumatic incident…
When, oh when are people going to learn to stop taking trips with Liam Neeson? Trouble follows that guy around like a pack of wolves following wounded plane crash survivors in Alaska. In Jaume Collet-Serra's'Non-Stop,' Neeson plays…
I love well-made trailers for films of any genre, but as a terror junkie, I glean particular joy from eerie horror trailers. Such is the case, in my opinion, with the teaser trailer for '7500.' The film, directed by Takashi Shimizu ('The…
Hello SPILL. I am son of wolverine and I will be bringing alot of Nerdy stuff with me. Books, Movies, Games, and Comics and sometimes ill be putting down a review. Here are some stuff coming up.
Books: Shadows in flight, out November 28 2011, for all of you who love Enders Game and have read the Shadow Saga a new book which comes before shadows alive. It's about Bean and his genetically altered Kids in Space and they find a bugger ark, for all you who don't know what a bugger is or…
Green Lantern: First Flight vs Planet Hulk
I watched both the Green Lantern's and the Hulk's straight to DVD animations the other day. So I'm going to kind of half-assed review them, half-assed compare them in a matter of words. That makes one whole Green ass me thinks.
-The most striking thing about Green Lantern: First Flight is the superb animation. Scenes of space, Oa and other planets are breath taking. The story is… Continue
Hey once again from your friend, Mr. Burn Notice. This review is about, if you couldn't tell from the title, the latest animation film from DC; Green Lantern: First Flight. This is a sneak peek review due that this film has not came out yet. By the way you can pick this DVD or Blu-ray at your local store on 7/28. Now that we got all of that out of the way lets review
Green Lantern: First Flight...
So let's wind the clocks back 24 years. Iron Maiden's "Number of the Beast" tour is taking the world by storm. They are slowly climbing the ladder of notorioty to become one of the biggest bands in the world. Frontman Bruce Dicinson and bass player Steve Harris were leading the band to fame and fortune. Sell out shows and wild and crazed fans were daily occurences for Maiden as they soared the world of music. Then came the time when metal music took a backseat in the world of music and their… Continue
Added by Axel on May 11, 2009 at 12:38am —
In this blog post, I review the new Jim Carrey comedy "Yes Man"
(Yes, I know I am probably the 1,000,000th person to do so, but I DON'T CARE!)
Ok, I just finished watching this movie about 17 minutes ago (no joke) so the film is still processing in my mind as I type, but let me say what I think of this movie based on first impressions. One of the only things that make this movie work is Jim… Continue
I thought it would be fitting to do a roundup of some great voice actors for a website that specializes in voice work, even though the spill crew is not comprised of voice actors, but you know what I mean. This is a list of some of the people who have done voice work with a few faces you may or may not recognize; check it out.
Roscoe Lee Browne - Everyone knows his voice once they hear it he was doing the AT&T… Continue
Prior to a writers strike and a summer full of blockbusters, it had become apparent that television has risen to reclaim its throne as reigning media outlet. The boob-toob has surpassed the silver-screen in quality and the internet and DVR has infinitely increased its accessibility. Amazing dramas filled with elaborate and engaging story arcs and terrific character development are everywhere.… Continue