Another Comic-Con is in the books, and it gave us plenty to mull on. Sorry, my vocbaulary is a bit limited. "Mull" means "wet your pants in excitement," right?
R.I.P.D., starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, is in theaters this weekend. The concept is pretty self-explanatory: living cops die and become dead cops in resurrected bodies that protect the world from evil spirits refusing to pass into the afterlife. The cops must do their duty before they’re allowed to pass on, all while shooting things...
Once it was the most anticipated event of the year for comic book fans, but now it’s the most anticipated event of the year for damn near anyone with any sort of geekish inclination. That’s good news for geeks of all types, since it means we’re guaranteed a good time with the biggest names. On the other hand, it also makes it a bit of a...
There’s certainly a lot to pour through and no shortage of things to do. In fact, a lot of the panels we’d consider must-see are occurring at the same time. Such is the agony and ecstasy of the biggest pop culture event of the year.
The team of the Lone Ranger and Tonto are synonymous with partnership, right up there with “Batman and Robin.” In honor of the film’s release, we decided to arbitrarily rank the ten most dynamic duos in history.
This summer we’ve already seen the third “Iron Man” film, the second installment of the Star Trek reboot, and the highly anticipated “Man of Steel.” But the summer movie season isn’t over until either the fat lady sings or the President of the United States fires a machine gun.
It's been a great year of cliff-hangers and edge-of-your-seat action in the Comic Con world. Which moment was the best and most shocking? It's up to you to decide what the biggest game changing moments of the year!
Everyone, myself included, expected “World War Z” to walk away with the box office crown last weekend. That didn’t happen, even though it made a respectable $66 million and became the biggest opening weekend ever for a brad Pitt film. Instead, the #1 spot went to “Monster’s University,” the prequel to Pixar’s smash hit “Monsters...
Who will walk away with the brass ring this year? Candidates include visionary directors, inspired actors, comic architects, and everything in-between. But only one can win and it’s up to YOU to decide!
This year’s E3 was arguably the biggest in history. Now that the dust has settled, what will the next generation of gaming look like? What did we learn about the Xbox One, PS4, and all the major gaming titles coming out next year?