If you’re a fan of Cheech and Chong this is a must have for your collection. If you’re a fan of watching flicks through what Kev Smith calls the green prism: we're sure you’ll find Cheech and Chong's Animated Movie a fat sack of laughs! Good fun, good animation, and some good laughs despite the mildly dated material.
A night shift cop on a routine visit to his favorite diner interrupts a robbery in progress. And that’s nearly all we can say without giving away key pieces of Pawn, a compelling straight to Blu-ray crime flick from first time director, David A Armstrong. Pawn contains some attractive elements: the story is told in anachronic flashback, the setup is deliciously intriguing (what team of professional thieves robs a nearly empty diner at 11:30pm?) and the cast is top shelf.
ComicsOnline interviews Lego Joker, Christopher Corey Smith at WonderCon 2013. Lego Batman The Movie: DC Super Heroes Unite in stores May 21 2013!
ComicsOnline interviews Lego Robin, Charlie Schlatter at WonderCon 2013. Lego Batman The Movie: DC Super Heroes Unite in stores May 21 2013!
ComicsOnline is at WonderCon in Anaheim all weekend bringing you all the best video interviews! This time we have Molly C Quinn (Castle) talking about her latest role, voicing Supergirl in Superman Unbound, Warner Brothers’ latest DC Animated feature, coming to Blu-ray on May 7th.
ComicsOnline is at WonderCon in Anaheim all weekend bringing you all the best video interviews! This time we have Matt Bomer (Chuck, White Collar) talking about his latest role, voicing the man of steel himself in Superman Unbound, Warner Brothers’ latest DC Animated feature, coming to Blu-ray on May 7th.
by Jayden Leggett, Editor For those of you who didn’t catch my review of the original theatrical release during the Reel Anime 2012 film festival, Berserk: The Egg Of The King follows the story of a mercenary named “Guts” who’s fighting skills catch the eyes of Griffith, leader of the Band of the Hawk mercenaries. [...]
by Jayden Leggett, Editor Finally, I now hold in my hands the follow-up to the awesomeness that was Batman: The Dark Knight Returns -Part 1. In case your comic book knowledge isn’t up to scratch, The Dark Knight Returns was a comic book written and illustrated my Frank Miller (Sin City), and was set in [...]
by Kevin Gaussoin and Karissa Barrows, Editors Like their Toy Story trilogy before it, Pixar’s Wreck-It Ralph exists in a world where once humans look away, our toys have lives of their own. This time instead of classic toys, we have a story of classic arcade video game characters. Ralph (John C. Reilly – 9, [...]
In 1939, along the Russian border with Finland, Nazi Germany begins secret underground “Anti-Death” experiments on captured Russian soldiers. Two years later they abandon the experiments. All records are destroyed overnight by direct order of Adolph Hitler. The test subjects are piled into mass graves, and buried. Finland 1941 A small, elite unit of American [...]
Nothing delights a boy more than things that require electricity or the undead! by Kevin Gaussoin, Editor-in-Chief In 1984, before his upcoming fame, Tim Burton proposed and directed a short live-action film for Disney called Frankenweenie starring Barret Oliver (The Neverending Story, Cocoon) as Victor Frankenstein. After spending a million 1984 dollars on a black-and-white [...]
by Kevin Gaussoin, Editor-in-Chief Disney has a long legacy of producing the best princess-anchored animated epic tales the world has ever known. Now that Disney owns Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm, have they taken on too much and spread too wide to continue their impeccable record with the style of animated films that make Disney so [...]
by Jayden Leggett, Assistant Editor Forget everything you might have heard about how “original” an idea The Hunger Games was, Battle Royale is where it all began. And what a battle it is. Prepare to enroll in the ultimate survival program… Set in Japan in the not-too-distant future, unemployment levels are at a huge 15%, [...]
by Guest Reporter The Movie Ridley Scott, the esteemed director of Alien and Blade Runner, attempts to make another sci-fi masterpiece with Prometheus, the latest installment of the Alien franchise. Prometheus begins with a humanoid alien drinking a bubbling black liquid, then disintegrating into a waterfall and triggering a biogenetic reaction that ultimately leads to the [...]
by Kevin Gaussoin, Editor-in-Chief When we last saw the staff of Sterling Draper Cooper Price, Don (Jon Hamm – Sucker Punch, Robot Chicken) and Betty (January Jones – X-Men: First Class, Love Actually) had split and moved on to separate partners: Betty with Henry (Christopher Stanley – Argo, The X-Files) and Don with Megan (Jessica [...]