David Harbour Owns 23rd Annual SAG Awards with Amazing Speech During Stranger Things Victory

The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were presented Sunday, January 29, 2017 dishing out the best in Film and Television from last year. Big winners included Fences for the movie categories as well as The Crown for TV series. Check out the full list here. Continue reading David Harbour Owns 23rd Annual SAG Awards with Amazing Speech During Stranger Things Victory

A Dog’s Purpose: Warm & Moving But All The Best Stuff Was in The Trailer [Review]

This week I went to see A Dog’s Purpose.  I just wasn’t up for watching Milla Jovovich fight her way across yet another zombie stuffed wasteland.  Again.  But f I’m being honest, I have to tell you – the ‘feel good movie’ is not one my preferred genres.  I prefer movies that make me think instead of just going for the Feels.  I might not be the best person to review A Dog’s Purpose so let me just say upfront that the other people in the theater thought it was wonderful and I thought it was pretty good. Continue reading A Dog’s Purpose: Warm & Moving But All The Best Stuff Was in The Trailer [Review]

Twiztid – The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s: The New Kings of The Underground [Review]

Horrorcore phenoms Twiztid have released their eleventh studio album ‘The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?s’ today, January 27, 2017 via their label Majik Ninja Entertainment. Check out my review here. Continue reading Twiztid – The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s: The New Kings of The Underground [Review]

Justice League Dark: Grim & Unsettling, The Best DC Animated Film Since Flashpoint [Review]

From Warner Bros Animation, DC Entertainment, director Jay Oliva (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns), writers J.M. DeMatteis and Ernie Altbacker (Green Lantern: The Animated Series), comes the next original animated DC Comics film Justice League Dark. Starring voice talents Matt Ryan (Constantine), Jason O’Mara (Batman), Camilla Luddington (Zatanna), Nicholas Turturro (Deadman), Ray Chase as (Etrigan), Roger R. Cross (Swamp Thing), Jeremy Davies (Ritchie Simpson), Rosario Dawson (Wonder Woman), Jerry O’Connell (Superman), Enrico Colantoni (Felix Faust) and Alfred Molina (Destiny). It hits digitally on January 24, 2017 and Blu-ray/DVD on February 7, 2017. Continue reading Justice League Dark: Grim & Unsettling, The Best DC Animated Film Since Flashpoint [Review]

TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 01/25/17: ANIMOSITY THE RISE, BLOODSHOT USA & D4VEOCRACY

 

Keven here and I’ll be your substitute today in place of your regular comics expert guy Scott — so without further adieu I present to you all my top 5 New Comic Book Day Pulls for this glorious jampacked January 25th, 2017. Continue reading TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 01/25/17: ANIMOSITY THE RISE, BLOODSHOT USA & D4VEOCRACY

La La Landslide: 2017 Oscar Nominations Owned by La La Land as Moonlight & Arrival Tie for Second

The 2017 Academy Awards Nominations have been revealed and La La Land is on track to follow-up it’s impressive Golden Globes haul as it rakes in a whopping 14 nominations. Moonlight and Arrival tied for second place with 8 each. Check out the full list of nominees here. Continue reading La La Landslide: 2017 Oscar Nominations Owned by La La Land as Moonlight & Arrival Tie for Second

Ballers Season 2: Dwayne Johnson’s Best Dramatic Performance Yet [Blu-ray Review]

From HBO and creator Stephen Levinson, comes the half-hour sports comedy drama series Ballers. Starring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Rob Corddry, John David Washington, Andy Garcia, Omar Miller, Donovan W. Carter, London Brown and Jazmyn Simon, the second season will be available to own on Blu-ray/DVD January 31, 2017, while season 3 is set to air summer, 2017. Continue reading Ballers Season 2: Dwayne Johnson’s Best Dramatic Performance Yet [Blu-ray Review]

Shadow Tactics Blades of The Shogun: Rich, Thrilling & Incredibly Well Crafted Stealth [Review]

It’s been a while since a proper stealth game has been in the spotlight of the gaming world. Sure there has been plenty of great games to have come out recently that incorporate stealth into them like the Arkham franchise, the Dishonored games, Hitman and many more, but those games use stealth as an optional component of the game play. Most “stealth” based games you can pick up these days allow you to sneak around and take out enemies without getting noticed but if you do get noticed, you can go all out without much consequence. In Shadow Tactics however, things are much different. Continue reading Shadow Tactics Blades of The Shogun: Rich, Thrilling & Incredibly Well Crafted Stealth [Review]