This week’s Moviecast takes a look at an eventful box office weekend. What does Suicide Squad’s second week drop-off mean for the DCU? How did Sausage Party do so well? Did anyone know or care about Pete’s Dragon? There’s even more DC news as we try to make sense of Henry Cavill teasing a black…
Mortal Kombat creators Netherrealm Studios had a huge hit with their 2011 release of Mortal Kombat. It was a return to the classic 2D M-rated MK style after their foray into a cross-license affair, with Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, received a lukewarm reception. So what does Netherrealm do next? Make a fighting game that focuses solely on DC characters! Does this bold…
We “geeks” define ourselves by our passion for the things we like. But that can go both ways. Our enthusiasm not only leads us to over-hype things, but it also causes us to be hyperbolic in our negativity when our favorite franchises disappoint us. This list is to correct some of that over-hate.
Welcome back everybody! One hundred and ten episodes in and we’re just as dysfunctional as ever. This week the TMNT cartoon gets renewed, Superman taking a realistic approach, and some of the worst movies ever get discussed. Plus, is Resident Evil 6 really good or really bad, Sony says no to common sense, and Xbox gives you rewards for your achievements? We answer all that and so much more!
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Last week was about Marvel and this week is all about some DC superhero movies! We get a first look and Superman, Catwoman, and Bane in costume. Plus, can video games make you real life money, PS Vita will get released in 2011 just not where you hoped, and a sequel to one of my favortie co-op multiplayer games.
This year has a few big summer comic book movie blockbusters. After the discussion on our podcast last week however, it really got me thinking about how Amazing next year could be.
After 10 seasons, Smallville finally ended with a huge two hour television event. I was right there with Clark as a freshman in high-school back in 2001 and I stuck with this sometimes frustrating series all the way to the end. Did the finale fly high or was it simply the death of Smallville?