Friday, October 29, 2010

Review - Saw 3D

Despite Jigsaw being dead, his games live on. This time a self-proclaimed Jigsaw survivor is thrown into a whole new game. While a group of Jigsaw survivors gather together to seek out who has taken on his legacy.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The Crow and the Funky Bunch

Remakes and reboots are inevitable these days. We as consumers gotta just get use to them. One remake that has been slowly progressing for a while now is "The Crow" and this week news is circulating that one time B-Boy Marky Mark Wahlberg has been offered the lead role. Take a look at the full breakdown below...

Piranha 3D Sequel Fast-Tracked

News broke this week that The Weinstein Company and Dimension are taking notes on Lionsgate's yearly release pattern and plan to have a Piranha 3D sequel in theaters by next Summer. The studio has gone ahead and hired both a screenwriting team and a director. Checkout the full report below...

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Review - Dogtooth

A mother and father have created a completely sheltered world for their three children. Now in their late teens, keeping the secluded lifestyle has become harder and harder to maintain. The parents have tried everything to keep all outside sources controlled, but when one teen learns about sex, the act spreads throughout the household leaving the parents with little room for explanation.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Best 3D Glasses for Your Buck

Let's face it, 3D is here to stay. Whether it is in theaters, on television or playing video games everyone is scrambling to the latest gimmick. I say gimmick because we went through this before. 3-D has been around since the 50's the first being Bwana Devil. Most of you will remember the 70's and 80's push to 3D. Movies like Amityville 3-D, Jaws 3-D, Friday the 13th 3-D. Back then, the format was 80% awful and as a direct result never really caught on. Now days however, 3D seems to be here to stay and I've struggled to fully endorse the medium for a couple reasons. I'm writing this not to trash 3D, but more to make a request that we the consumers get the best 3D available. Checkout the full post below...

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Spider-Man Webs Two More

News surrounding the Spider-Man reboot has been fairly mum the last few months, but now we've got two official castings within the last two weeks. Sony's darling Emma Stone has been cast in the role of Gwen Stacy while Rhys Ifans has been locked in as Dr. Curt Conners aka The Lizard. Read a full breakdown below...

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

New Beverly's 3rd Horrorthon

Regardless of what month it is I love watching horror movies. Horror is probably my favorite genre of film. I say probably because I hate choosing. I love all genres of film, but horror just seems to stick the most, so instead of choosing one specific genre over the rest why don't I say its one of my favorite genres. Anyways, this last weekend my favorite Los Angeles based revival theaters hosted their 3rd Annual All Night Horror Show. 7 movies over a span of 12 hours. Sound daunting? Well maybe for some people it is, but for me and the rest of the sold out crowd it was a spooktacular evening. Check out the full rundown below...

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

'Uncharted' Charts a Director

One of the best video games out there right now is Uncharted. Both the original game and its sequel are state of the art games that are exclusive to the PS3. Well now it seems that fans will get a chance to see Drake on the big screen, like so many other video game titles. Take a look below for the full rundown...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Standing Ovation at the Beverly

Last weekend I attended a midnight showing of this year's "Standing Ovation" at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles. Although I had been told ahead of time what a real treat I was in for, nothing could have prepared me for the evening I was about endure. A evening where the New Bev crowd was pushed to dance, sing and most of all dream. Take a look at my breakdown of the evening below...

Monday, October 4, 2010

Snyder & The Man of Steel

News broke this afternoon that Superman and WB and found their director. The studio already has Christopher Nolan on board as executive producer but now we know that 300 director Zack Snyder has been hired to direct "Superman: The Man of Steel." Read the full details after the jump...