Matt Forbeck reviews The Pirate Fairy, Disney’s upcoming home video release. During his Disney bloggers trip last month, he sat in on a private screening of the latest Fairy film, and he loved it. Continue reading
Saving Mr. Banks is going to be released on Blu-Ray and home video tomorrow, March 18. Disney sent me an early copy of the film to check it out, and it’s fantastic stuff. Continue reading
I’m giggling so hard I’m giddy! Okay, enough of the super-fan. Magic: The Gathering, property of Hasbro and iconic trading card game, is now slotted to be a Twentieth Century Fox film franchise. Wizards of the Coast recently made the official press release, and fans all over the world are already anxious to see what happens next. Continue reading
Were you able to put the Bacon-related movie titles and co-star names back together? Continue reading
Can you reconstitute the vowels in these Bacon-related movies and co-stars? If so, then this week’s $50 ThinkGeek Gift Certificate may be yours! Continue reading
Paleontologist Dr. Stephen Brusatte explains why the fun new “Walking With Dinosaurs” is the most realistic dinosaur movie ever created. Continue reading
Roland Emmerich, director and co-writer of the original Stargate movie from 1994, and the director behind Independence Day and White House Down, is talking about rebooting the Stargate franchise as a big-screen trilogy. Good idea or bad idea? Continue reading
Win some Turbo goodies: toys, soundtrack and backpack! Continue reading
I know some of the reviews of Pacific Rim have criticized Guillermo Del Toro’s lastest blockbuster, but they are wrong. And also a lot too critical. I don’t know what they expected, but let’s consider that it is essentially Godzilla vs Transformers.
There’s a teaser trailer out for How To Train Your Dragon 2. I loved the first movie, and this one offers just enough teaser to interest me in the second. Too bad we have to wait most of a year before we can see it.
I think what I find most fascinating about these books is the glimpse into the creator’s mind that they afford us–watching how a mere idea progresses through character building, world building, story-boarding, and ultimately into the reality of film. Sure, I know that most of it is CG these days, but that doesn’t detract from the artistic talent and vision that went into creating it. Continue reading
Immersive movie experience company Secret Cinema have just finished their latest production in London. Find out what film it was based around and what went on at the disused office block in West Croydon, just outside Central London. Continue reading
Warner Brothers has released a new trailer for my most anticipated movie of the summer. Pacific Rim is a sci-fi action flick with giant robots, giant aliens, and [hopefully] a whole lot of action scenes. I don’t expect this to be as serious as District 9, nor will it be likely to win any awards, but robots! Continue reading