I’m here to save you. Yesterday, Tom posted a first look at the Allegiant trailer. He didn’t know, so we can’t blame him. But Allegiant wasn’t just a bad book, it was so bad it ruined the previous two books. And there’s no way the movie can be any different. I won’t spoil it for you, because even I’m not that evil, but if you saw either/both of the first two Divergent movies, please jump after the break to read why you should absolutely, unequivocally avoid the third movie.
That’s how we remember Auh-nuld. See how he and other actors look when they recreate some of their most famous roles today!
I’ve been doing podcast reactions for a while now, even before I got tapped to write for this site. In that time, I have picked on Jenny and Watson quite a bit. Why not? Jenny is three ducks in a woman suit who doesn’t know who Max von Sydow is despite his memorable roles in both The Exorcist and Flash Gordon–leading to my theory that someone is finally continuing Flash Gordon‘s “To be continued” tag when Ming the Merciless is revealed to be the bad guy in Star Wars Episode VII. Watson just has that one picture that makes it rather easy. Heck, it doesn’t matter what other pictures I use, that picture will be the one that appears on Facebook for any article I write and use it for.
But aside from pointing out just how much Ryan likes the awful, awful Krull, I don’t pick on him that much.
I’m not going to pick on him now, because this post is an intervention.
Ryan – I dedicate this post to you, and ever other living Matrix fan. May you find freedom of the blue/red pill in this 8 bit Matrix mastery. See video after the break…or will you?
The latest episode of your favorite weekly geek podcast is here and we’re covering Mad Max: Fury Road, a fun game about moms of geek characters, and we rewrite endings to our favorite geek properties. Listen to it now or jump after the break to find out more!
If someone were to look up Kate Beckinsale’s mortgage payments you could probably track to the exact month when she makes a new Underworld movie. The first movie, hated by critics (a harsh 31% on RottenTomatoes) was still loved by movie-goers for its novel vampire/werewolf war and Matrix aesthetics and stunts. Evolution, the second in the series, was hit with a 16% while the third and fourth in the series earned a 29% and 26%. They’ve all pulled in over $50 million, with the exception of the third perhaps because Ms Beckinsale only narrated.
Still, if you loved the first four films then you’ll be pleased to know the fifth is on its way. I’m sure it won’t at all be like the other four but you’ll enjoy its thoroughly unique tight leather outfits, dark set pieces, and slow motion stunts as vampires fight werewolves with swords and bullets.
Episode 34 of your favorite weekly geek podcast is live and spectacular! Trailers, hijinks, explanations, and a fantastic Daredevil discussion (at the end so you can safely skip if you aren’t done). Take a listen now or read more about it after the break!
Popular Mechanics, something so far past geeky that it counts as nerdy (I mean, even Ryan can beat them up!), polled scientists to indicate THEIR favorite Sci-Fi movies. What made the cut?
The latest episode of your favorite weekly geek podcast is now live! Go and listen without delay! Continue reading Gabbing Geek 28: Clue, Death, And Taxes
…because that’s what happens to crap. Jupiter Ascending was crap, you see? That’s mostly all you need to know. It was crap and the frustration thing was, it didn’t NEED to be crap.