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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review; Super Patriot Games

by Mark McPhersonon July 25, 2014
The sequel to Captain America is the shot in the arm superhero movies needed. While other films of the genre struggle to write in heroes and villains for a modern audience, The Winter Soldier is aware of exactly what it wants to be. It ends up being the only Marvel movie out of Disney that […]

Warner Brothers Seeks ‘Argo’ Writer for ‘Justice League’ Movie

by Mark McPhersonon July 25, 2014
Warner Brothers, planning on making their Justice League a big deal after Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, wants to add Argo screenplay writer Chris Terrio to the project. Chris is already attached as a writer on Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, revising the previous script by David Goyer. Apparently Chris’ writing was so […]

Trailer for Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk’; “I don’t want to die in Canada”

by Mark McPhersonon July 25, 2014
After previously announcing the September release date, director Kevin Smith has revealed the trailer for his latest horror film Tusk. Similar in tone to his previous film Red State, Tusk will focus on Wallace (Justin Long) interviewing an old sailor (Michael Parks) for his strange people podcast. But the interview turns deadly when the sailor reveals […]


‘Sinister Six’ and ‘Amazing Spider Man 3′ Pushed to 2016 and 2018

by Mark McPhersonon July 24, 2014
Sony may have been a tad to confident earlier this year when they announced that they wanted to do a Spider Man movie/spinoff movie every year for the next four years. After the rather disappointing box office of The Amazing Spider Man 2 this year, Sony is starting to slow down and take their time […]

‘Ant Man’ and ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Art From Comic Con

by Mark McPhersonon July 24, 2014
As the 2014 San Diego Comic Con is already underway, you’re going to start hearing a lot about upcoming tentpole films. To get the ball rolling, Marvel came this year with concept art for the Ant Man movie and Avengers: Age of Ultron. The Ant Man art is intended as a poster, but it does […]

‘Godzilla’ (2014) Review: Return of the Monster King

by Mark McPhersonon July 23, 2014
What can you expect from a Godzilla movie? The legacy of Japan’s top giant monster has had several interpretations. The mean, green machine has been the horrific creation of science gone wrong, an opponent in giant monster wrestling matches and even a hero of the people. So which route do you take? Well, this 2014 […]


Listen to the New Rap Song for ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’

by Mark McPhersonon July 23, 2014
Keeping in tradition with the original movies, the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie due this August will feature an original rap song. The track entitled “Shell Shocked” was recorded by Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign. Yeah, I don’t know who they are either. The track has a lot of loud bass […]

Watch 5 Minutes of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

by Mark McPhersonon July 23, 2014
While several audiences have already caught screenings of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, you can still catch a heaping five minutes of footage online. This extended clip features an introduction to the characters, their first interactions in an intergalactic prison and their plans for escaping. Like the previous previews, this clip does have a lot […]

Link Brings the Pain in New Hyrule Warriors Trailer

by Ryan Espinozaon July 22, 2014
Tecmo Koei just won’t let up on all of the Hyrule Warriors hype as they continue to release trailer after trailer of the game.  This time, they showcase Link’s Power Gloves as he wrecks the enemies in battle. It’s great that Tecmo is not only taking liberties with the character design but also the craziness […]


The Evil Within Releasing a Week Earlier

by Ryan Espinozaon July 22, 2014
In a move that is rarely seen in the video game industry, Bethesda announced that the upcoming survival/horror game, The Evil Within, will be releasing one week earlier. The Evil Within was originally intended to release on August 26 but was delayed (and perhaps appropriately) to October 21st (near Halloween, too spooky) but now the […]