In The Dark Knight Rises and throughout the trilogy, we never hear of Dick Grayson, AKA Robin. Sure, Blake is insinuated as being a Robinesque character, but the former boy circus performer from other versions of Batman franchise never materialized. With no Robin, there’s no Nightwing. In this nice fan-made trailer, we see Brady Roberts… Continue reading #Video: Fan-made Nightwing trailer poses an interesting Batman sequel idea
It is one of the most loved modern classic family movies around. Now, Finding Nemo can be relived in under 2 minutes in this 8-bit variation compiled like a video game. Amazingly, the whole story and most of the important nuance were captured nicely. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeteGCeo0EM[/youtube]
When it was released, L.A. Noire shook the gaming world. It was the first to be featured at the Tribeca Film Festival because of the craft and care used to create the motion capture aspects of the game. It was as close to a film as a video game had ever displayed. Now, we get… Continue reading LA Noire blooper real shows how much effort was put into the game
“Striking” might be overkill, but in a world where Jesse Eisenberg can get away with playing Mark Zuckerberg, this geek CEO doppelganger image is creepy enough to note. Kutcher tweeted the image after the premier of his new movie, jOBS, at the Sundance Film Festival. As far as the movie itself, the initial reviews range… Continue reading Kutcher tweets striking split image of himself and Jobs
Today is Guy Fawkes day. On this day in 1605, Fawkes was arrested for attempting to blow up King James I of England and members of both houses of Parliament. Made immortal in geekdom by the movie “V for Vendetta” and perpetuated thanks to the mask-wearing of Anonymous, the date will always be associated with… Continue reading Remember, Remember the Fifth of November
In the upcoming 23rd installment of the James Bond series, “Skyfall”, James Bond is introduced to his new gun, the Walther PPK/S 9mm Short. It comes complete with palm print reader so only Bond can shoot it. This lends to the idea that the Daniel Craig Bond movies (Skyfall being his third and two more… Continue reading The new Bond gun goes high-tech in Skyfall
Over time, these two independent industries have become interconnected. Technology continues to advance and with their help, so do movies. The Tech industry develops cool and new gadgets that allow for better movie viewing, as well as, advancements in computer graphics that provide movies with a better picture quality. Here’s an even closer look at… Continue reading How has the Tech Industry pushed film making forward?
If there’s one thing that’s clear about this summer’s blockbuster movie lineup, it’s that superhero movies have gone from terrible homages as they’ve been in recent years to full-blown blockbusters that any geek can enjoy (as well as non-geeks alike). The Avengers and The Amazing Spiderman have done exceptionally well and The Dark Knight Rises… Continue reading Are Thor and Captain America strong enough for sequels?
The Hollywood hype machine is already anointing this summer as the biggest one in movie history. The Avengers shattered records and it may not even be the biggest blockbuster of the summer if Bane (I mean The Dark Knight Rises) comes out firing. Beneath all of the hoopla surrounding comic book superheroes and recycled sequels,… Continue reading Movies for reel geeks: 7 upcoming non-blockbusters to put on your list
There are two reasons to never watch trailers of movies that you already know you’re going to watch. You get to see things that make you worry that it won’t meet your expectations. In this case, it’s the last line of the trailer that acts as a stark reminder that Christian Bale, as talented of… Continue reading Dark Knight Rises trailer: “This isn’t a car”