When you watch a big blockbuster movie, you will normally see the names Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci that are responsible for producing the script. They have been working together since the 90’s when they were writers on the TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys
As most of you DC Comic fans know, they are offering (or will be offering) three different weekly series in motion. Currently, they are running Batman Eternal, and there are two more that are set to release next month and the last one will be
As Amazon is raising the prices of their Prime service by $20, you can expect other service will follow suit. Netflix seems to be looking down that road but it will be a more modest increase, but if you currently are a member of the
The recent Batman animated series, Beware the Batman, wasn’t a loved show. There was though, like with all things like this, a loyal following during its brief time on Cartoon Network. The show, after airing 11 episodes, was suddenly pulled and replaced with double episodes
We know it’s Monday, but we took the weekend off. So it’s Monday and here are this week’s new releases in movies, DVD/Blu-ray and Netflix Streaming.
This week, the guys are back with Steven talking about going to WonderCon and Adam creates a new random testing machine. Topics of the week: FFX brings full Simpsons marathon, Transformers 4 starts new trilogy, DICE looking into new BF4 bug, PS4 update 1.70, Multiversity
Check out the new releases for video games and comic books this week.
This light-hearted comedy has Jon Favreau in the writer/director’s chair with a smaller more independent film. I have to say, while the story seems cheesy, it had more of that independent film vibe that I have kind of been missing. Starring as Carl Casper (Favreau)
For those of you waiting for this decade’s Crash, writer/director Paul Haggis is giving this another go around with The Third Person. Again, his flair for the inter-connected storylines, he tells three different stories in three different countries. While the storyline of Crash never moved
The trailer for The Normal Heart, which stars Mark Ruffalo, is HBO’s latest endevour to sweep the Emmy’s later this year. It is based on the play by Larry Kramer, follows the experiences of Ned Weeks. After seeing a friend succumb to a new