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Tuesday
Aug212012

Nic Cage's has "Taken" the opportunity in upcoming Stolen film

I know what your thinking... Why is Nicolas Cage making a Taken parody trailer? Truth is this is yet another bad idea from some one in Hollywood that said if it worked with Liam Neeson then it should work for Nic Cage right...I say wrong, its either that or who ever cut this trailer is stuck in the eightes. I'll wait and watch this flick in order to determine wether or not its legit, on dvd of course.

Tuesday
Jul172012

Revolution needs a Jump Start

As the title indicates J.J. Abrams new show Revolution is due this September, Jon Favreau introduced the pilot to the fans at Comic Con, he said that it was still a ruff cut and some changes would be made. First of all I want to say that I love anything J.J. Abrams does all the way from Lost to Star Trek, but I do have some complaints about this show. The premise of the show is that the Earth is suddenly without electricity, which is reveled in the first five minutes, then jumps 15 years later and the villian Giancarlo Esposito is looking for a man of which might know something about as to why there is no power. Billy Burke of twilight fame stars as the protagonist with a past. Some scenes dragged and other were pretty predictable. One major complaint of mine, imagine a world without power...ok...now can you believe that the women in this program have perfectly brushed hair and clean faces wearing nice leather jackets...The men except for one have perfectly shaven faces. Some of the costumes look to perfect for being a world without power. Post apocalypse? I thought they would have had this down already being that Abrams was involved with Lost. Additionally the fight scenes were kind of mediocre and unsurprising. Check out the trailer below and decide for yourself, I'm gonna have to watch more in order to see if this one grows on me.

Tuesday
Jul172012

Cosplay, Toys and Props at Comic Con 2012

Tuesday
Jul172012

Are you a Fan of The Punisher? Thomas Jane is

The 2004 version of the Punisher didn't get much love from critics or those who chose to go see it. I personally like the movie, with the exception of some questionable characters like Howard Saint (John Travolta) For the Punisher faithful, Thomas Jane as created a fan made 10 min short that is fucking awesome, excuse the language but then again we are talking about a Punisher film. Ron Perlman also stars in the film called Dirty Laundry and Mr. Jane wanted to make something for the fans, frankly if this doesn't put him back into the role then nothing will, check out the film below and let me know what you think, also use #dirtylaundry on Twitter to express your thoughts for the film. The short is very well made and obviously includes some very talented individuals, this gives the Punisher the much needed attention he diserves.

Tuesday
Jul172012

The Following Pilot Screened at SD Comic Con 2012

The Following is a new show yet to start on Fox starring Kevin Bacon as Ryan Hardy on the hunt for a serial killer played by James Purefoy, the twist is the killer is already in prison and Bacon must hunt for his followers that are under the control of this serial that is already behind bars. This pilot was shown to us at the San Diego Comic Con and I will say it was my favorite pilot of all that were screened. Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) gives a very dark and twisted performance as the lead villain serial killer. By the way the constant references to the works of Edgar Allen Poe are great and makes me think that this should have been the premise to the Raven which bombed earlier this year in theaters. The pilot was intense and felt as if there was not a slow moment for the full length episode. I was surprised with how violent it was (a + in my book) even for network television. Also doesn't to have Kevin Bacon as the lead and a hero at that, as you all know Mr. Bacon has only graced us as a villain in previous roles. Bacon and Purefoy answered questions immediately after the pilot screening, the cast seemed excited with the type of feedback they received for the show. The Following also stars Maggie Grace (Twilight Saga, Lost), Natalie Zea (Justified, Californication), Shawn Ashmore (X-Men), Jeanne Goossen (Alcatraz) and Billy Brown (Dexter). The show was created by Kevin Williamson (Scream, The Vampire Diaries) and directed by Marcos Siega (The Vampire Diaries, Dexter) Be on the lookout for this series which is on board for late 2012-2013 premiere. If done correctly this can be another hit for Fox. Check out the trialer below.

Monday
Jul162012

The Walking Dead Escape @ Petco Park 

 

The Walking Dead has been a pretty good trend-setter in the entertainment business, from having a talk show about The Walking Dead air immediately after it every Sunday to now having an obstacle course filled with Walkers trying to devour those who dare to run it. The 35 to 45 min course was rigged up in San Diego's Petco park, consisting of cargo nets, slides, chain linked fences, oh and blood thirsty zombies. At first read this sounds great for any fan to partake in...but it does come at a price, to be made up as a zombie by Greg Nicotero's team costs a wopping $90, to run the course is $75 (with a Walking Dead #100 comic book waiting for you at the end) and to sit on the sidelines and watch is $15. Now, being made up as a walking carcass is what most would want but I myself didn't have it in me to fork over an arm and a leg...hehe, just to run a obstacle course. But what I did do is volunteer to help out in return for a Limited Edition #100 Walking Dead Poster. I arrived at 9:30am Friday the 13th for my shift. We were advised that registration would be delayed a bit, We were briefed on what to expect and what roles we would play in the obstacle course, I opted to not volunteer for signing in folks that would run the course. I ended up being placed as a FEMA infection scanner. Armed with a hazmat suit and black light we were instructed to scan the survivors as they near the end of the course...How do we scan them? you ask, the walkers along the course are drenched in clothing detergent which glows under a black light, thus if a runner gets touched by the walker he or she is possibly infected. If it is hard to visualize this take a look at the video blow for a full run of the course. The video was shot by a random runner, you can notice me @ 21:56 telling incoming runners to put their hands to in order to be scanned within the biohazard zone. Plenty of runners made it through and the whole experience was pretty cool especially for a fan of the show. Only sales will determine wether or not this event takes place again at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con. What would you do? pay $90 to become a Walker or $75 to run the course, sound off below.



Thursday
Jul052012

Why The Amazing Spiderman is Inferior

First off, I would like to say that I went to go see this movie already knowing that I would not like it. So you can most likely guess what type of review this will be (unless the title gives it away). I'm sure I'm not the first to ask Why in the world did they remake a Spiderman origin?... Money...Maybe...introduce new actors to the role...possibly, but why another origin? Is it safe to say that even your abuela (grandma) knows how Peter Parker became Spiderman. That is the flaw of this film, even with the little tweaks to the story I was still not impressed. How many times do we have to watch Uncle Ben die? About the only new factor was the Lizard sort of. Rhys Ifans did a good job, as did Emma Stone as Gwen Stacey. Which leaves Andrew Garfield...sorry but I prefer Tobey Maguire's performance, but for the sake of letting new actors take on new roles, I'll put that aside. What sucks about this movie is that, the story should have continued with Spiderman already being established, that way you don't bore the moviegoers with the same origin. In defense I will say that some aspects of the film did introduce true comic book material like Spiderman using cartridges instead of webbing just spewing out of his wrists. All in all the Sam Raimi Spiderman was better in my book, Peter Parker was more of a nerd not a skater, Maguire's dialogue was more genuine compared to Garfield's portrayal. Some will say its just because Tobey came first (TRUE) Either way, the word on the net seems to be similar. Its pretty simple to compare, which one did you like better? 

Friday
Jun222012

On the Interwebs...

Friday
Jun222012

Keanu Reeves "Man of Tai Chi" concept video

Sunday
Feb262012

Thundercats decor

In light of making something out of nothing, I was recently visited by the folks at Kirby (the ridiculously expensive vacuum cleaner people) not at my request obviously. Needless to say that I did not buy a $3000 vacuum cleaner that day but... the salesman left behind these black round fiber filters that they use for demonstrations, at first glance I was originally going to throw them in the trash but then...the Thundercats logo popped into my head. So after a little cutting and gluing, I managed to make two cool looking Thundercats logos that will be going up on my office wall. Now when I look at them I remember how much I love Thundercats and how I wasn't a sucker for a $3000 vacuum cleaner.