A second glance at Boondock 2 might yield more enjoyment.
Posted by Jonny in Uncategorized / March 29, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: Action, Billy Connelly, Boondock Saints 2: All Saints Day, Clifton Collins Jr., Judd Nelson, Julie Benz, Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flannery, Troy Duffy
What happens to a movie that has a great cast when you give the actors the wrong characters to play?
Posted by Jonny in DVD Vault, Reviews / March 28, 2010 /One comment so far
Tags: 2010, Gerard Butler, Jamie Foxx, Law Abiding Citizen, Thriller
Mayhem and madness your bag? Climb into the choas of the Marvel U. as Siege continues…
Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / March 27, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Brian Michael Bendis, Marvel, Siege
The Academy Awards were a couple of weeks ago, and for the most part, they were pretty banal and predictable… Except, as is usually the case, when it came to the short films. Shorts can be one of the most exciting parts of the film world, and I think that all too often we overlook…
Posted by Mike in Uncategorized / March 26, 2010
Tags: 2009, 2010, Action, Animation, Comedy, Neil Blomkamp, Peter Jackson, short film, Tron
Forest Whitaker is the calm centre of Hurricane Season!
Posted by Jonny in DVD Vault, Reviews / March 26, 2010
Tags: 2010, Bow Wow, Drama, Forest Whitaker, Hurricane Season, Lil Wayne, Taraji P. Henson, Tim Story
One issue, with ass-rending coolness, no waiting!
Posted by Jonny in Comics, Reviews / March 25, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Aquaman, Brave and the Bold, DC Comics, J. Michael Straczynski, Jesus Raiz, The Demon
So let me start with a mini review of last weeks episode “Recon.” It sucked…by far the worst episode of the year. With only a couple of things worth mentioning, namely how boring/stupid Sawyers flash side ways was. And though it was nice to see Charlotte again, were the hell is Juliet? Though special shout…
Posted by Kevin in Uncategorized / March 25, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: Lost, Richar Alpert
Between the wafer thin plot and Rob Van Dam“s mortifying one liners, the only redeeming feature of Wrong Side of Town is the opening credit sequence. A poor man”s James Bond music video montage of hot chicks and guns, champagne bottles and smoke trails; these four minutes are easily the most dynamic and visually interesting…
Posted by Jonny in Action, DVD Vault, Genre, Martial Arts, Reviews / March 22, 2010
Tags: 2010, Action, David Bautista, Marrese Crump, Rob Van Dam, Wrong Side of Town
New/old release of Doctor Who adventures hits DVD for the first time!
Posted by Jonny in DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews, Sci-Fi / March 21, 2010
Tags: BBC, Doctor Who, Sci-Fi, Sylvester McCoy
There simply aren’t enough good things I can say about this great comic. Masterfully written by Warren Ellis with awesome cartoon styled artwork by Stuart Immonen, this book is one part comedy, one part action adventure and all parts awesome. So what is Nextwave? Well, Nextwave is a team of obscure superheroes from all across…
Posted by Kevin in Comics, Reviews / March 20, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Comics, H.A.T.E., Marvel, Nextwave, Stuart Immonen, Superhero, Warren Ellis