Commuter Gamer: ‘Marvel Mighty Heroes’ Launches

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‘Marvel Mighty Heroes’ launches today in the iTunes App Store and on Google Play. The game lets you build a team of heroes, play co-op missions with your friends, and experience the Marvel universe in a whole new way. Continue reading

‘Mythica: A Quest for Heroes’ Review and Exclusive Clip

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Mythica: A Quest for Heroes is the first chapter of a trilogy of films, starring Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) and Melanie Stone (Survivor). It is a tale of a handicapped slave girl, who overcomes her captor and her disability and sets out to discover the adventure and freedom that she so craves. Continue reading

Hey You Geeks #40: The Dark and Light Sides of Superhero Movies

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Welcome to Hey You Geeks, a new addition to the GeekDad Podcast Network where geeks of all kinds are invited to celebrate and criticize all that we love with a sense of unapologetic nerdiness. From film to TV, comics to gaming, we’re here to look forwards and back to the greatest and sometimes worst geek culture has to offer. This week on Hey You Geeks, we’re talking about the dark and light sides of comic book movies, the ‘Ghostbusters’ multiverse, ‘Rogue One,’ and more. Continue reading

A ‘Leviathan,’ an ‘Alien,’ and a Film Student Walk Into A Bar…

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This week, filmmaker Ruairi Robinson’s viral hit short ‘The Leviathan’ went from proof of concept to feature film. Last month, Neil Blomkamp’s ‘Alien’ rendering spawned a viral movement all its own. As cool as these projects sound, however, the question becomes clear; does this new world of the creator to fan pitch make it easier or harder for aspiring filmmakers to break through? Continue reading

Another New Lego Spin-off Announced: ‘The Billion Brick Race’

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Warner Bros. just announced another new Lego spin-off movie–‘The Billion Brick Race.’ This movie is in addition to the other three spin-offs already announced–‘Ninjago’ in 2016, ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ in 2017, and ‘The Lego Movie 2′ in 2018. Continue reading

New ‘Blade Runner’ Trailer for Theatrical Re-Release

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Beginning April 3, the British Film Institute will be releasing ‘Blade Runner: The Final Cut’ in select theaters throughout the United Kingdom. But you can enjoy the new trailer for the film right now. Continue reading

Interview With Robert Kondo and Dice Tsutsuki: Bringing ‘The Dam Keeper’ to Life

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GeekDad interviews Robert Kondo and Daisuke (Dice) Tsutsumi, directors of the Academy Award-nominated short ‘The Dam Keeper’ and creators of the upcoming graphic novels that will expand on that story and its characters. Continue reading

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Competes With 007

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Ethan Hunt returns with the first full trailer for Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. In a year already filled with plenty of Sci-fi geek-friendly films (see: Avengers 2, Star Wars, Terminator, etc. etc. etc.) we are also seeing a strong resurgence in the spy movie genre. Continue reading

Young Sherlock Holmes Revisited

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Young Sherlock Holmes recently became available via Netflix “Instant Watch.” I was both excited and apprehensive because I remember really enjoying this movie, and, well, I’ve been badly burned by nostalgic revisits before. (I’m looking at you, Krull. I’m. Looking. … Continue reading

10 Things Parents Should Know About ‘The Divergent Series: Insurgent’

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‘Insurgent,’ the second installment of the ‘Divergent’ trilogy, opens tonight. Here are 10 things you should know before heading to the theater. Continue reading

Pac-Man and Donkey Kong Invade Earth in First ‘Pixels’ Trailer

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Sony has just released the first trailer for ‘Pixels,’ a new live-action comedy featuring Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and literal Space Invaders attacking the Earth. With a crazy premise, interesting cast, and a ‘Ghostbusters’ and ‘Men In Black’ vibe, this could be fun. Continue reading

Unboxing Wil Wheaton With Quarterly.co

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Quarterly Co. is another contender in the surprise-in-a-box arena. Their unique take is that they have different subscriptions based on curators. When I heard that none other than Wil Wheaton was becoming a curator, I signed up immediately. Continue reading

Disney Releases the First Full-Length Trailer for ‘Tomorrowland’

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Disney has released the first full-length trailer for its new sci-fi adventure film ‘Tomorrowland.’ The film stars Britt Robertson and George Clooney in a new vision of Walt Disney’s futurist dream for tomorrow. Continue reading

New Hawkeye Images for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

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The latest round of posters and promotional images for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ have been released, and as usual, the question I’m asked whenever Hawkeye shows up is “what about the archery?” So let’s take a look. Continue reading

Returning to the Sci-Fi Episodic Roots of ‘Star Trek’

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In Vox, Todd VanDerWerff has argued that ‘Star Trek’ should return to the small screen in the style of series such as ‘True Detective’ and ‘Fargo.’ I’m going “old school” and arguing for a traditional TV series. Continue reading

Exclusive Clip: ‘Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast’ Feature

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In this GeekDad Exclusive clip, ‘Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast’ director, Steven Loter, gets a little bit of help from his daughter to prepare for the newest chapter in the Disney Fairies franchise. Continue reading