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The fifth Terminator film is has started filming in New Orleans as of today. The film, which is slated for release in 2015, is being directed by Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World), who took over the directorial reins from original director Justin Lin. Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to the franchise that made him famous, along with Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) stepping into fellow Thrones co-star Lena Heady’s shoes playing Sarah Connor, with Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty) playing her son John. Other cast members include Jai Courtney (A Good Day to Die Hard) as Kyle Reese, J.K. Simmons (the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films), Sandrine Holt (House of Cards), Byng-hun Lee (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), and Dayao Okeniyi (The Hunger Games).
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Most of Godzilla’s movies could be considered thinly veiled cautionary tales, whether it be in respect to the effects of nuclear testing or trying to manipulate the environment to fulfill the greedy desires of man. This is most prominent in the 1971 flick Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster (also known as Godzilla vs. Hedorah), where the big lizard does battle with a creature made from pollution. It has its moments, and veers from a darker tone to a more comedic one during the end of the movie.
(trailer courtesy of horrormovieshows)
The plot had the creature beginning as a tadpole spawned from the pollution feeding into Tokyo Bay, and growing larger and more grotesque, eventually being able to transform into a flying creature that spewed toxic fumes over the land below...Read More
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming DC Animated feature Batman: Assault on Arkham. Take a look below.
The movie is based on the Batman Arkham games, and teams Batman with the Suicide Squad in trying to prevent the Joker from detonating a dirty bomb under Gotham.The movie will feature the voices of Troy Baker, reprising his role as Joker from Batman: Arkham Origins, Martin Jarvis as Alfred Pennyworth, and Kevin Conroy returns as the voice of Batman. The movie is set for release sometime this year on DVD and Blu-ray, and will also be made available as a digital download.
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Much like the world around him, Godzilla found himself embroiled in one conflict or another throughout the 1960s. Outside of the theater, people only had to turn on their TV sets to witness one type of fight or another. The Vietnam War was ramping up, and the body count rose as US forces and the Vietcong clashed more frequently. The Tet offensive in 1968 proved especially bloody. Radical changes occurred worldwide as countries sought independence from long time European colonial rule. The civil rights movement was in full swing in the United States, as blacks and other minorities struggled for equality. Presidents and other leaders fell to assassination. 1967 saw Israel embroiled in the Six Day War with Egypt, Jordan, and Syria...Read More
This week is rather light on new releases, the biggest of which is probably Dark Souls II making its debut on PC and the remake of the French action flick District B13, Brick Mansions starring David Belle and the late Paul Walker, opens in theaters. So, here we go. As always, release dates are subject to change.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Demon Gaze- PlayStation Vita (trailer courtesy of PlayStation Life)
The Walking Dead: A Telltale Game Series- Season Two- PlayStation Vita
LEGO The Hobbit- Wii U
Tyler Perry’s Medea’s Neighbors From Hell
Doctor Who: The Web of Fear
Spectacular Spider-Man Season 1/ Season 2
Eureka Seven: Part One (Limited Edition) (trailer courtesy of FUNimation)
Eureka Seven: Part Two
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi...Read More
Could the long talked about Bioshock movie be back on? It could be a possibility, as Sony Pictures has recently registered several domain names. Kotaku reported that Sony registered the domain names bioshock-movie.com, bioshock-movie.net, and bio-shock.net. Sony Pictures wasn’t originally involved in bringing the game to the big screen, but as all three of these domains have Sony Pictures listed under their registration information it now appears that they may be doing so.
Originally, Universal Pictures was going to develop the film back in 2008, and it was going to helmed by Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean). Verbinski ended up backing out a year later, when production halted due to budget concerns and the fact the director wanted an R rating...Read More
Following the success of King Kong vs. Godzilla, 1964 was notable in the big guy’s history on the silver screen because it is the only year in which two Godzilla movies were released. It was also the first time that the films weren’t radically altered between the Japanese and the American versions. The first film released in 1964, Mothra vs. Godzilla (released in the US as Godzilla vs. the Thing) marked the last time for the Showa era of Godzilla movies where Godzilla was portrayed as the bad guy (he would return to being a menace in 1985)...Read More