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The Transformers – The Movie 30th Anniversary Edition Review – Its Got the Touch

Posted  September 13, 2016  by  Chris Salce

It has been 30 years since the best and most tearjerking Transformers movie was made. Thanks to Shout! Factory and Hasbro, the animated film is back with a special 30th anniversary edition. There’s three different versions of The Transformers – The Movie 30th Anniversary Edition; a two-disc steelbook, a two-disc Blu-ray and a DVD. The more »

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Hayao Miyazaki Comes Alive with Viz Media Hardcover

Posted  September 10, 2016  by  Jason Stewart

VIZ Media has announced a special new offering to fans of the work of famed anime visionary Hayao Miyazaki with the release of THE ART OF CASTLE IN THE SKY on October 18th.

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New Details on ‘Batman – The Telltale Series Episode Two: Children of Arkham’

Posted  September 5, 2016  by  Chris Salce

Telltale Games announced the release name and release date for episode 2 of Batman – The Telltale Series. The second of five episode will be called Children of Arkham and will be available digitally worldwide starting September 20 on PC, Steam, and other digital distribution services, and on the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 4, and on the more »

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‘A New Frontier’ Puts Undead Life Into Telltale Games

Posted  September 3, 2016  by  Jason Stewart

Check of the trailer for Telltale Game’s The Walking Dead: A New Frontier after the click !!

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Kickboxer: Vengeance – Does It Have As Much “Punch” As The Original?

Posted  September 3, 2016  by  Lee Skavydis

Martial arts films really made their mark in the 1980’s after Bruce Lee set the trend after starring in the groundbreaking Enter The Dragon in 1973, his big Hollywood break. Soon afterward, a countless number of imitators and martial artists starred in their own movies centred around fighting. Many came and went due to a lack of vision and budget.

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TV Reviews

Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 9 Review – “init_5.fve”

Posted  September 2, 2016  by  Joel Reaves

We discovered that Elliot has actually been in jail this whole time for hacking Krista’s ex and in this episode he takes the time to catch us up on what we missed.  Ray was the warden (and Lonestar was his guard-thug); Leon is a fellow inmate who had been planted by the dark army to protect more »

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‘The Lost Arcade’ Review – An Ode to an Era

Posted  September 1, 2016  by  Chris Salce

Remember the days where you would take your hard earned cash that your parents gave you as allowance money and turn it all into quarters that you would then stuff into your pockets, and with those quarters, you would leave a quarter on the screen of your favorite arcade game to say “I got next.” more »

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Nostalgia Bomb: Bill Nye Coming To Netflix In 2017

Posted  August 31, 2016  by  Joel Reaves

Unless you’re old as hell or still in school, it’s likely you grew up in the era that Bill Nye the Science Guy ruled school classrooms across the country. Whether it was a rainy day, your teacher had a wicked hangover, or there was a substitute teacher, when that TV was rolled in front of more »

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Cinema’s Most Golden Boxing Pictures Examined

Posted  August 31, 2016  by  Lee Skavydis

Hands of Stone finally got its US theatrical release last week after suffering from distribution issues that had once prevented any confirmed release date. It is the latest in the long line of biographical boxing movies that have told the story of a legendary sporting hero facing off in the squared circle.

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Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 8 Review – “succ3ss0r.p12”

Posted  August 30, 2016  by  Joel Reaves

I would not want to be the episode that had to follow last week’s intense reveal that Elliot has been in prison this whole time and that Leon is an assassin for the Dark Army, but we didn’t want Mr. Robot to end did we? Which means we got this week’s “succ3ss0r.p12.”  I was still reeling from seeing more »

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Ash vs Evil Dead Season II
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SMT: “Ash vs Evil Dead” Season II Sneak Peak

Posted  August 30, 2016  by  Jason Stewart

Okay,  we know Ash For President wasn’t nearly enough to get you ready for “Ash vs Evil Dead” Season II… So what about some new released promo video for STARZ’s breakaway hit? Groovy enough for ya? “Ash vs Evil Dead” released the official key art and welcomes viewers to Elk Grove, Michigan with a sneak more »

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“Ash vs Evil Dead” Wants You For Season II

Posted  August 27, 2016  by  Jason Stewart

Face it, America… You know there’s only two words can save the good ol’ USA in this year of a divided electorate. President Ash!!

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Movie News

‘Batman 66’ Cast Returns for ‘Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders’

Posted  August 24, 2016  by  Chris Salce

Holy 1960’s, Batman! Warner Bros. has announced that Adam West (Batman), Burt Ward (Robin) and Julie Newmar (Catwoman), will reprise their respected roles from the popular 1960’s television series in the upcoming DC classic original movie, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. Now hold the phone Commissioner Gordon, there’s a catch to how these actors more »

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The Man Himself: Stan Lee, Supports Zendaya As Mary Jane Watson

Posted  August 24, 2016  by  Joel Reaves

The internet hates everything, that’s just a fact.  Nerds on the internet hate everything even more.  Everyone hated Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson in the original Spider-Man trilogy; everyone hated Michael B. Jordan being cast as Johnny Storm; and now everyone is hating on Zendaya as the new new Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man: Homecoming (Shailene Woodley more »

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Mr. Robot – S2 Ep. 7 Review – “h4ndshake.sme”

Posted  August 24, 2016  by  Joel Reaves

Well, f**k.  If past episodes of this show have opened up cans of worms, then this episode opened up a can of interdimensional deadly cobras coked out of their little minds with nuclear bombs strapped to their heads. No, I’m not being even the slightest bit over-dramatic.  Everything has been turned on its side, characters more »

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