Category Archives: Film
Laika’s track record with stop motion is beautiful. Not least because it exists. This studio is persisting in making stop motion movie after stop motion movie while the industry at large has eschewed this craft.
He’s drawn Supreme and Deadpool comcs, he’s edited at Wildstorm, and he’s also worked on cartoons from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius to X-Men, Spider-Man and Silver Surfer. And now he has a new thing. A very special episode of Community… …
I guess Spider-Man is happy for everybody to know he’s in love. Foolish boy.
By Etienne Dubuc Free-to-play is clearly the economic model the video game industry has going on these days. While the biggest successes have come from those who were at the time lesser known company like Zynga and Riot, the major …
And oh yes, there is a lot more dinobot action in this trailer.
How is an “XXL human centipede” less gross than the first 2?
Compared to a Woody Allen title card it’s positively pornographic. Compared to anything else, it’s… anorexic.
MacDonald’s book series spans 21 volumes, so there’s plenty of franchise potential here.
That was directed by Christian and Patrick. They’ve yet to get into feature films but I think it’s inevitable.
Christopher Lloyd And Others Test Out “Real” Hoverboards In Viral Video [UPDATE: Funny Or Die Is Behind This]
Whatever this actually is, the video does making hoverboarding look pretty cool. Ahh, to dream.
O say can you see by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
I wonder how future proofed this casting is? If Gotham keeps running for, say, eight or nine years, are these kids going to stick around? And if they do, will they even stay suitable?
I think Paul King is very likely to make a movie that captures the heart-warmed, hand-worn feel of the original books and, particularly, the Filmation TV series.
Also, video about the game, promising that the mission here is to indulge in the power fantasy of being Batman. Of course that’s true, but it seems odd to hear the developlers just admit it. Christopher Nolan wouldn’t.
It promises to be the finale and – for the first time in the series – the Batmobile will be driveable.
Ted Kotcheff’s remarkable movie Wake In Fright is a brutal prowl across a battered wasteland. Or you might even say two wastelands: the Australian outback and a man’s broken soul.
Not many films are as eagerly anticipated as Captain America: The Winter Solider, picking up with Steve Rogers and SHIELD in the aftermath of The Avengers
Here’s Shane. Hi Shane. Shane is a character in Transformers: Age of Extinction to be played by Jack Reynor. That already makes him the most intriguing addition to the cast. Okay, so I expect we’ll get Nicola Peltz next, but …