Welcome back to another one of our series of interviews from this year’s San Diego Comic-con, where we sat with the cast and crew of DC Animated’s latest film, Batman: The Killing Joke. In this interview, we spoke with Sam Liu, the director of the film and discussed how it was like working with the more »
Honestly, if I could make Alan Tudyk star in every Sci-Fi & fantasy film/television show, I would. Probably best known for his role as the cunning pilot Wash in Joss Whedon’s Firefly series, Tudyk is no stranger to the science fiction & fantasy genres; he’s starred in films such as I, Robot, and A Knight’s Tale, and beloved more »
Giant-stone-statue-turned-human Chris Hemsworth has returned home to Australia to shoot the next installment of the Demi-God-turned-Avenger film – Thor: Ragnarok. Hemsworth himself posted a photo to Twitter, showcasing his new side job with Demi-God brother, Tom Hiddleston. Just sellin papers with my mate @twhiddleston #PartTimeJob #ThorRagnarok @TaikaWaititi pic.twitter.com/QdxgPRFQiw — Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) August 22, 2016 If more »
Lionsgate announced that a 50 Years of Star Trek documentary is coming to DVD and digital HD. The documentary will celebrate 50 years of the beloved series with interviews and rare footage featuring the cast and crew. You can live long and prosper with 50 Years of Star Trek when it hits DVD and digital HD Nov. 1 more »
The years between 2000-2007 were not exactly stellar for horror movies. Of course there were a few gems that came though such as Jeepers Creepers and What Lies Beneath but they were outnumbered by horror features that only reached a kind of middling level that made them come and go. American remakes of The Ring and The Grudge, Darkness Falls are just but a few of those.
During this year’s San Diego Comic-con, we had the chance to sit down with some of the people responsible for bringing The Killing Joke to the screen. One of those responsible for the animated adaptation of the controversial graphic novel was none other than Bruce Timm. Bruce Timm is known for his work on Batman: The more »
Telltale Games let’s you play as one of the most interesting men in comic books, Bruce Wayne as well as one of most iconic heroes of all time, Batman, in Batman – The Telltale Series. The first episode entitled “Realm of Shadows” is currently available on multiple platforms but today I will be reviewing the PS4 more »
At San Diego Comic-con 2016, we had the honor to sit down and talk with some of the faces and voices behind the newest DC Animated film, Batman: The Killing Joke. One of those voices we talked to were none other than the man behind the voice of Bruce Wayne and Batman, Kevin Conroy. Take more »
Lion Forge Comics announced today the expected release date of the latest title from their ROAR COMICS all-ages imprint, THE CASTOFFS, featuring writers Brian Smith (The Stuff of Legend) and M. K. Reed (Americus), and artist Molly Ostertag (Strong Female Protagonist). This four-issue young adult miniseries centers on three female mages who accidentally restart an more »
Remember back when I reviewed episode three and I mentioned the show getting weirder? Well episode six just went off the deep end… and I loved it. The last time we saw Elliot he was getting beat down hard by Ray’s goons, but we start this episode to a full on sitcom style opening (they more »
Now that the hype machine, both negative and positive, for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is slowly coming to a halt, it is now safe for Ben Affleck to step out of the firing line after surprisingly being chosen for the role of Batman for the DCEU. The finished product of Batman v Superman impressed many as far as Affleck’s take on The Dark Knight.
Just when you thought the Force was in hibernation for awhile, the Force has awakened once again with a 3D collector’s edition later this year. Disney is releasing Star Wars: The Force Awakens 3D Collector’s Edition on Nov. 15 in the U.S. and Canada, just about a month ahead of Rogue One: A Star Wars more »
Look, I’m not a super big Trekker; I’ve seen a few dozen episodes of Voyager and Enterprise and I’ve enjoyed all three of the recent movies, but that’s honestly it. Something I am familiar with, though, is Discovery showrunner Bryan Fuller’s work. As an avid Hannibal and Pushing Daisies fan I was ecstatic to hear he was taking charge of the new more »
With the success (meh?) of Suicide Squad this past weekend, the hype over the new characters begins. This Halloween will undoubtedly be flooded with “Daddy’s lil Monster” t-shirts and multi-colored booty shorts, but how do you keep a fan-base interested long term? Gotham‘s Executive Producers have stated that the show will feature early versions of characters like more »
The LA Nerd & some of the Pop! Pop! crew went to San Diego Comic-Con and after all the marathon-length walks and Hall H-ing, they finally found some time on Sunday to podcast! We know, we know, Joel said he’d be doing an episode every day of the con… But it turns out the mixing equipment was more »