Movie posters are iconic pieces of art but it is amazing how much the titles and font are part of the visual appeal. We check out what the posters look like with the text stripped away and only the visual to sell the story.
There is a place where all fictional characters meet. It’s outside of time, outside of space, outside of all logic. This place is known as
Hell’s Kitchen HELL’S CLUB where you’ll find the likes of: Terminator vs. Tony Manero vs. Tom Cruise vs. John Travolta vs. Blade vs. The Mask vs. Robocop vs. Darth Vader vs. Michael Jackson….and so much more.
You Read the right – Blade shows up. Who knew? See it all come together in a video after the break:
Hey, did you know there’s a new Terminator movie coming out?
You didn’t? What kind of Geek are you?
Well, the folks at Epic Rap Battles of History decided that a pair of monotone cyborgs were the best possible choices for another Rap Battle. See it after the cut.
This week on the podcast, the guys and Jenny discussed the 80s.
Now, if I have a reputation around here, and I might, it may include how I am not much into nostalgia. That was, like, my biggest barrier to really enjoying Ready Player One. The big problem with nostalgia, I feel, is that it elevates stuff that maybe doesn’t deserve it. I have no problem loving things from my childhood that hold up, but these things should be good in their own right, not good because I thought they were awesome when I was 8.
This is probably one of my favorite videos on YouTube. Someone took tons of clips from tons of movies and TV shows and made a rather good techno-kinda tune out of it. I’ve seen lots of stuff, but even I can’t name all of them here. I tend to skip to this whenever I want a quick smile at someone else’s cleverness.
Because what’s the point of having a giant, geeky list of all 64 movies I saw in 2014 if I’m not going to share it with my fellow geeks? I’ve already listed my ten favorite movies of the year. And I got some great therapy by blasting what I considered the ten worst movies of the year.
Now here is the full list of all 64 movies I saw in 2014 ranked by awesomeness. Plus you get to look at movie posters! Full list after the break.
Fox has just announced that a Gambit movie will be released on October 7, 2016. Channing Tatum’s recent Tweet certainly gives us hope that this is solid!
Previous reports have indicated that Robocop screenwriter Josh Zetumer will be writing the script for Gambit. The script will reportedly have help from legendary X-Men comic book writer Chris Claremont, who created Gambit along with artist Jim Lee.