Nov 17 2014

Final Countdown: Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Trailer Description and A Fan Made Trailer

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Click on the photo for an awesome fanmade Star Wars Trailer

When will we see a trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens? As Slashfilm reported a few weeks back, before the end of the year is incredibly likely. The rumor mill is buzzing about people who’ve seen footage from the film now that J.J. Abrams has completed filming and it sounds like the director wants to give fans something soon. Maybe a teeny, tiny tease to discuss over the holidays. Now, one site has what it believes is a description of the trailer. What happens in that footage? Find out at Slashfilm.

The Countdown

Recent action movies that are actually chick flicks – [Brobible]

Who are the best movie idiots in history? – [Rollingstone]

It’s almost impossible recognizing Lady Gaga here – [Toofab]

New York City to ditch payphones for $500 Million WiFi – [Worthly]

The Best Guest stars in the history of Louie – [TVovermind]

Morgan Freeman’s most memorable movie deaths  – [Celebritytoob]

10 Things you might not know about the first Dumb and Dumber – [Uproxx]

The Frozen/Breakind Bad Mashup you’ve always wanted – [Pajiba]

It took three years for people to find this Arkham Easter Egg – [Kotaku]



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Nov 17 2014

Charlie Brown Gets a 3D Makeover in The Peanuts Movie

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Say it ain’t so!  One of the few and most classic cartoons left that’s managed to stay in 2D all these years just got a makeover.   Perhaps because Charlie Brown and Snoopy turn 65 years old next year the franchise decided to make up some large plans for the occasion.   According to Slashfilm,  They’ll be starring in The Peanuts Movie, a new 3D, CG-animated adventure featuring the classic characters created by Charles M. Schulz.

You can check out the new Peanuts Movie images after the jump and read all the details at Slashfilm

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Nov 17 2014

Spiderman Loves 1960s Spiderman Memes And So Do We

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In 1967 the world was given a 52 episode animated series of Spiderman and, it, was, AWFUL! As bad as it might have been, the animators and creators of the show had no idea that their very low budget classic would create such a buzz on the interwebs today. (see what I did there?) Now in hopes of not getting slammed for accuracy here, what I’m posting are actually Image Macros of the Internet Meme – 1960’s Spiderman. Every day my co-workers and I try and out do one another with image macros of popular memes. I would guess that about 80% of the time I can find a Spiderman one that fits in perfectly for what I need in order to get a chuckle down the hall. With that in mind, I figured I would post some of my favorites…and yes, I’ll try and keep them as clean as possible for the kids.

Oh and if you haven’t seen a single episode of the 1960’s animated Spiderman show – do yourself a favor and go watch a clip or two on YouTube, then come on back and keep reading.

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Nov 17 2014

The Legend of Zelda Game They Need to Make

Published by under Editorials,Video Games

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Nintendo has given out nearly no information about their next Legend of Zelda game, other than it exists and it’s coming out at the end of 2015. Of course in “Nintendo time” that means we probably won’t actually see it until midway through 2016, but given their track record, it will probably be worth the wait.

What we do know is that it’s an open world Zelda title that will at least be somewhat less linear than past iterations, and stars Link, or some vague approximation of him.

And yet, I find myself wishing that Nintendo would finally let The Legend of Zelda live up to its name. Despite the identifier, the entire series has always been more or less about the Legend of Link, and how his bravery leads him to save Zelda time and time again. Sometimes, Zelda isn’t even in the game at all, and yet the title remains. Continue Reading »



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Nov 17 2014

Five Movies that Did Poorly But had Amazing Soundracks

Published by under Movies,Videos

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Incidental music, for me. plays a huge part in a films capacity to occupy my thoughts and imagination in the days, weeks, months and often years after having seen it. It is an ongoing irritation for me that the current crop of superhero movies are largely without big scores to carry the heroism and nobility of these characters into the realms of the abstract. The fashion these days tends towards the textural rather than the outright melodic.

However, there are many films that are not terribly good (and some that are outright awful) that I feel compelled to watch over and over again because the music in them is so evocative or unique. Before I do this, I’ll do the mandatory disclaimer of this being ‘just my opinion’ but most of these films are either known to have done badly or have gotten a fair slice of bad press. I will also be mainly talking about the theatrical releases of these movies. As to the quality of the music…well you decide

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Nov 17 2014

Check out this Real Life Monthly Mario Kart Race in Tokyo

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Every month an event organized by Akiba Cart is held and it allows video game enthusiasts to rent go-karts to drive around Tokyo, Japan. Up until now we really only had pictures of this amazing race. However, because of a generous bystander we’re now able to see Mario Kart fans driving go-karts based on the Nintendo game series. The footage, which was taken last month, show fans ripping alongside traffic in go-karts dressed as Mario Kart characters. Now why doesn’t this exist in the United States?



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Nov 17 2014

Bulbasaur as a Psychic, Ghost, and Bug type

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It was a project that started out with drawing Bulbasaur as Fire, Water, and Electric and continued into Fire, Ice, and Poison.  Author of I Don’t Beau, Beau, knew from the beginning it would turn into a big, but very fun project.  It would appear that after a month things have gotten to be only more fun.  Beau decided to take on Psychic, Ghost, and bug types next.  While it took longer than expected, Beau (as well as us) are pretty happy about the results.   The bulbas are three types that could be counters to each other.

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Nov 17 2014

Avengers Extended Trailer Is One Of Many Missed Last Week

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Who doesn’t like movie trailers bright and early on Monday morning!? My apologies everyone, somehow I completely it spaced Friday (I blame work) and forgot to post the week’s movie trailers. I feel ashamed. Hey, at least if I do a better job and remember to post this Friday that means you’ll get 2 days this week for movie trailers! Woo hoo! Well, I’d be excited about it.

Oh, and did anyone catch Rosewater, Foxcatcher, Dumb & Dumber To, or Beyond the Lights? I really wanted to see Foxcatcher and didn’t get an opportunity to. *sadface

Let’s do this.

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Nov 17 2014

David Fincher, My Couch, And What It would Take to Get Me off It

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Fincher and my couch. It’s a match made in heaven. A lazy Saturday afternoon, me all by my lonesome, and a Fincher flick. David Fincher is one of my all time favorite directors, but I just don’t see the point of viewing any of his flicks in the theater. I’ve heard great things about Gone Girl from both critics and friends, but like most Fincher flicks it’s long with a run time of 2 hours and 29 minutes. That’s a deal breaker for me to see anything in theaters unless it’s something completely bombastic visually. Marvel movies, epic period pieces, or crazy sci-fi/fantasy are pretty much my theater fare these days. So what would it take from Fincher to get me off the couch and into the cineplex?

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Nov 17 2014

Relax, A Patch is on the Way for Video Game Releases

Published by under Video Games

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The hype for major game releases is ridiculous these days. In a lot of cases we a get a tease of a game 2 whole years before it is actually released (Or 5+ years in the case of The Last Guardian). I understand the hype to promote a game from a marketing standpoint, building a clamoring fan base before the game is even released is a stroke of genius. What I’m 100 percent against however is releasing something that isn’t finished, and in doing so slapping those fans who have been supportive and vocal about their excitement for that product in the face.

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Nov 17 2014

Ripper Street, Series 3 Episode 2: “The Beating Of Her Wings”

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The thieves that caused the train crash were arrested and hung at the end of episode one, and although the case isn’t completely finished episode two of Ripper Street shifts focus onto the death of Clara Buckley and the discovery of a prison cell that housed a child in her basement. The episode opens with Ronald Capshaw (John Heffernan) paying a visit to one of Susan’s debtors, Clara and Horace Buckley, hoping to force them into signing over the deed to their store which Susan and Ronald have been doing all over Whitechapel.

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