Category Movies


Summer movies: June releases

With the summer movie season now in full swing, June brings us some very anticipated releases. The long awaited movie sequel to the HBO series Entourage comes to theaters, Pixar returns to form with Inside Out, and the foul mouthed but lovable living teddy bear Ted is back on the big screen. Of course the biggest movie may just well be a return to Jurassic Park with a whole new group of dinos in Jurassic World. So off we go to take a look at some of June’s biggest releases.



The long anticipated movie sequel to the long running HBO comedy series hits the big screen, reuniting friends Vincent (Adrian Grenier), Johnny (Kevin Dillon), Eric (Kevin Connolly), and Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) along with movie agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) for more Hollywood hijinks...

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New releases for the week of Monday, May 25, 2015

A diverse group of game releases will be available on this final full week of May, with Nintendo having the biggest title in Splatoon, coming for the Wii U. Rogue Legacy makes its way to the Xbox One, and Badland gets a GOTY treatment. Telltale Games releases the next episode for Game of Thrones, and we get to play as The Executioner in a DLC pack for The Evil Within. On the home video front we get the fantasy adventure The Seventh Son and the thrillers The Loft and Cut Bank. Hitting theaters this week we get to see Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson try to survive a massive quake in the disaster flick San Andreas, and Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, and Bill Murray bring some laughs in the romantic comedy Aloha. Now off to this week’s list and, as always, release dates are subject to change.

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Robots attack in Tomorrowland

Robots can be so useful. Unless they invade your house, like in this clip below from Tomorrowland.

Tomorrowland is a sci-fi/fantasy from director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) and hits theaters on Friday, May 22.

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Creepy clown attack in Poltergeist

Clowns. Their image seems to do more to frighten than amuse nowadays. Case in point, take a look at the clip below.

Poltergeist opens Friday, May 22 in theaters. Will you be seeing the remake? Or do you have fond memories of the 1982 original? Sound off in the comments below.

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New releases for the week of Monday, May 18, 2015

Releases may be short in quantity this week, but there are some major goodies heading to your consoles and PCs. The much anticipated continued adventures of Geralt of Rivia hits the PC, PS4, and Xbox One in The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. Those still enjoying Bungie’s shooter MMO Destiny get a new expansion with the House of Wolves. Life is Strange drops its third episode, and you can try out your hand at farming n Farming Simulator 15 on Sony and Microsoft’s consoles. The 3DS gets a Puzzles & Dragons double pack, and the Vita gets a new outing from the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise...

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Mad Max: Fury Road- A lovely spectacle of carnage

It’s been 30 years since we last saw the character of Max Rockatansky on the big screen in 1985’s Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. Then Mel Gibson brought the character to life in director George Miller’s vision of post apocalyptic life, where tribes drove crazily designed vehicles across the Outback in search of supplies and gasoline. The 80s Max movies made Gibson an international film star and delivered some of the wildest vehicles stunts committed to celluloid, hitting their pinnacle with the second film in the trilogy The Road Warrior (1981). Gasoline tended to be the driving force in those films, as it was the source of power for both towns and vehicles. It gave us a glimpse of a savage society, one that would do whatever was necessary to survive...

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New releases for the week of Monday, May 11, 2015

A little busier week this time around for releases, with plenty of indie titles like Toren, Ultratron, Nom Nom Galaxy, and Lost Orbit hitting this week alongside major releases like Project CARS for the PS4 and Xbox One and Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster gets remastered again for the PS4.On the home video front we get the Michael Mann thriller Blackhat, the Johnny Depp spy comedy Mortdecai, the drama Still Alice with an award winning performance by Julianne Moore, and the Adam Sandler movie The Cobbler. Perhaps the biggest release this week comes on the silver screen, as director George Miller returns his post apocalyptic hero Mad Max to the cinemas in Mad Max: Fury Road...

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Maggie- A quiet, introspective zombie film that’s both heartfelt and chilling

Zombie movies carry with them an certain level of expectation, and most check off the tropes one by one, starting with an unexpected breakout followed by plenty of gore. The best of them give us characters that we care about, and put us on edge to see if they’ll survive the undead hordes. The worst deliver simply mindless bloody mayhem, usually accompanied by very bad quips. Every once in a while, though, a filmmaker delivers something a bit different to the genre. George Romero altered our perceptions of the zombie film with Night of the Living Dead in 1968. Danny Boyle did it again in 2003 with 28 Days Later, giving the zombies deadly speed to match their ravenous hunger.

Robert Kirkman revitalized the genre yet again with his comic and later hit TV show The Walking Dead, giving us human...

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New releases for the week of Monday, May 4, 2015

Not a lot of new releases for the first full week of May, but there are some notable ones. Project CARS hits the PC worldwide and on the PS4 and Xbox One in Europe and Australia (North American PS4 and Xbox owners have to wait a week) after multiple delays. Wolfenstein gets a standalone DLC in The Old Blood coming for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, which can be played even if you don’t have the main game. Hitting home video this week is the Kevin Costner led drama Black or White, the horror thriller The Pyramid, the historical drama Selma, and the romantic drama based on the best selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey...

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Marvel Avengers: Age of Ultron- Fun with plenty of action, but falls a little short of the first film

Marvel’s The Avengers was everything a comic book movie should be- exciting, have likeable characters, witty banter, and most of all it was fun. The film felt like a breath of fresh air after the darker comic book movies from rival DC. Now we’ve arrived at the main sequel after the follow-up solo pictures (Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, and Captain America: The Winter Soldier). Could Joss Whedon and his capable cast pull off another billion dollar winner at the box office? Or would the film collapse under its own weight, suffering the fate of so many sequels? Would it best its predecessor or fall short? The answer is a mixed bag. In many ways Age of Ultron takes what the first Avengers movie did and upped the ante...

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