Check out whether or not this Justice League movie is worth picking up. Also included is a rundown of the featured short: the Spectre!
Posted by Jonny in Animation, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / February 23, 2010
Tags: 2010, Alyssa Milano, Andrea Romano, Animation, Batman: Under the Red Hood, Bruce Timm, Chris Noth, Christine, DC, DC Showcase, Diedrich Bader, Escape From new York, Gary Cole, Geoff Johns, Gina Torres, James Woods, John Carpenter, Justice League, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Kevin Conroy, Niel Patrick Harris, Steve Niles, The Spectre, Warner Brothers, William Baldwin
Everyone comes out to see the newest movie by Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio. Will this be as good as the Aviator or Gangs of New York?
Posted by Jonny in Movies, Reviews / February 21, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Ben Kingsley, Elias Koteas, Emily Mortimer, Jackie Earle Haley, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Martin Scorsese, Max Von Sydow, Mystery, Patricia Clarkson, Ted Levine, Thriller
If Sex In the City fans were confused over their see-saw love affair with Chris Noth’s Mr. Big, comics fans will endure an equal amount of trepidation over Noth’s latest performance – as the voice of a “good” Lex Luthor – in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, an all-new DC Universe Animated Original PG-13…
Posted by Jonny in Animation, DVD Vault, Genre, Interviews / February 20, 2010 /One comment so far
Tags: 2010, Chris Noth, Comics, DC, Interviews, Justice League, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, Lex Luthor, Warner Brothers
Believe the hype! Kick-Ass is finally out in it’s first hardcover volume! But will the movie be as awesome?
Posted by Mike in Comics, Reviews / February 19, 2010
Tags: 2010, Action, Comics, Mark Millar, Marvel, Nicholas Cage, Superhero
It”s time to roll a fatty and smoke it to your head, maybe do some meditation or yoga, clear your head and relax. Turn down all the lights and watch this flick when you”re alone in your house. It will get to you. House of the Devil is a slow burn, quite suspenseful in the…
Posted by Jonny in DVD Vault, Genre, Horror, Reviews / February 19, 2010
Tags: 2010, Black Christmas, Black Dynamite, Horror, House of the Devil, Slasher, When A Stranger Calls
Let me set the stage for you. 30 years ago this summer, the second film in the Star Wars Trilogy, The Empire Strikes Back, was released. Arguably one of the most anticipated movies of all time, Empire had everything you remembered from Star Wars; the characters, the vehicles, lightsabers, and the Force! But there were…
Posted by Mike in Uncategorized / February 18, 2010 /View all 2 comments
Say what you will about Thomas Jane, but the man knows his audience. Continuing his strange career journey that takes him both to the big screen and to passion projects that relish their DTV shelf life, Jane’s newest outing is another low budget exercise in genre cool. The third after Mutant Chronicles and Dark Country,…
Posted by Jonny in Action, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews / February 18, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Action, DTV, Elsa Pataky, Give'em Hell Malone, Noir, Thomas Jane, Ving Rhames
Hello once again fellow Lost addicts. Phew, what a good week to be a Lost fan. With a Locke-centric episode, we’re treated to not one but two (and a half, but I’ll get to that later) answers. Even if they’re minor ones, at least there answers. So we open in Safe Landing Universe (SLU) with…
Posted by Kevin in Uncategorized / February 17, 2010 /Leave a comment
Should you set your sights on The Human Target? Based on the new TV series based on the comic, is it worth picking up?
Posted by Mike in Comics, Reviews / February 17, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Action, Adventure, Chi McBride, Comics, DC Comics, Jackie Earle Haley, Mark Valley, Remake, The Human Target, Vertigo
With Jean-Claude’s critical success in JCVD at film fests the world over, his next move was going to be crucial. Could one of the biggest action stars of the eighties and nineties make a comeback as he hurtled toward fifty? After turning down a role in Stallone’s big budget action extravaganza the Expendables, it became…
Posted by Jonny in Action, DVD Vault, Genre, Reviews, Sci-Fi / February 17, 2010 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2010, Action, Andrei Arlovski, Dolph Lundgren, JCVD, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sci-Fi, Universal Soldier, Universal Soldier: Regeneration