Teeth And Blood is vampire movie that takes place on the set of a vampire movie, where one of the female actors is killed. Two detectives are assigned to go undercover and find out just what happened to this actor. And we learn that the city is missing its blood supply. Hey, also missing are the murder weapon and body. … Read More
Yacht Club Games, developer of last year’s Shovel Knight, gave some details on the game’s future in the last couple days. I’m going to run down everything I’ve compiled so far. There’s a lot of stuff to cover for multiple platforms, so you’re bound to get some info for the game on whatever platform you choose to play it on. First, … Read More
The UK phenomenon “Downton Abbey” returns to the home video market with Season 5. Season 5 is jam packed with high drama that takes the cast member to places they have never been before including back alley gambling parlors, prison line-ups and even a week long love hotel. Everything you’ve come to expect from this British import on display and … Read More
Oh my that last shot. That LAST SHOT! I literally shouted an expletive in my empty apartment. My nerd level has gone to 11. I can’t even wait for this movie. In fact, I’m buying my tickets right now. Like Immediately. Avengers: Age of Ultron will own all theaters on May 1.
Episode 6: Dan Friesen Today, the ghosts have met their match. I promised I wouldn’t talk about this, but after the podcast, I left Dan’s house and two of the ghosts stayed behind. Well, I didn’t see them until the next day. From what they told me, and Dan confirmed via text, is that the three of them got down … Read More
If Final Fantasy X/X-2 was your jam and you didn’t pick it up for either the Vita or Playstation 3, you’ve got another chance to play it again on the Playstation 4. Or if you picked it up for either or both of those systems, you can use the cross-save feature to continue it on the PS4. And why wouldn’t you … Read More
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It’s a little later than we’ve become accustomed to, but Sony’s announced the free games for March for Playstation Plus subscribers today. Playstation 4 owners will get Oddworld: New and Tasty, CounterSpy, OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood, and Valiant Hearts. Playstation 3 gets CounterSpy, Papo & Yo, and Sherlock Holmes: Crime and Punishment. Finally, the Playstation Vita gets CounterSpy and OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood.
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January saw the release of Stoned: A Psych Tribute To The Rolling Stones, and so of course it’s only fitting that The Beatles get a similar tribute. The Magical Mystery Psych Out: A Tribute To The Beatles focuses on the psychedelic elements of the band’s music, and is perhaps even better than the Rolling Stones tribute album. There is an … Read More
You heard of a spaghetti western? This is a spaghetti post-apocalyptic road movie, complete with Mad Max rip-offs and over-dubbed Italian actors. This title is such a loony, corny selection that at first glance I thought Shout Factory had mis-boxed one of the MST3K releases. Scream Factory is reeaaaaallllyyy stretching their theme calling this a horror movie. Let’s take a … Read More
In 2012, Paul McCartney was named MusiCares Person Of The Year, and a special concert was held in February of that year to celebrate, with lots of excellent musicians performing his compositions. Now Shout! Factory is releasing that concert on DVD and Blu-ray. A MusiCares Tribute To Paul McCartney begins with folks in goofy costumes dancing to a medley of … Read More
Though he was widely known for playing a very popular character in several TV series and a film franchise, there was more to actor Leonard Nimoy than portraying Mr. Spock. Nimoy, who died Friday February 27 at his home in Bel Air, California, was also a poet, photographer, singer, TV host, and film director. Still, through all of his other … Read More
In a world of a thousand cameras it must be extremely hard for celebrities to enjoy any privacy. It was bad enough when they just had to contend with the press attempting to snap them every waking minute. But now with front-facing cameras and selfie sticks they are faced with a completely different type of obsessive – the public. And … Read More