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  • Posted by 1 year, 2 months ago on January 25, 2013 Comments
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    I've had my eye on this "classic tale, new twist" ever since I first saw the trailer. I thought maybe Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, an ultraviolent tongue-in-cheek monster mash-up about the now grown-up brother-and-sister duo shootin' and slicin' their way through an action-packed adventure, could offer some decent entertainment and 3D, much like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunte... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 3 months ago on January 18, 2013 Comments
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    Leave it to Moms to clean up the mess Leatherface left earlier this month. The third weekend of the new year has already brought us a second serving of frights, and this time Mama's done it right. Executive produced by Guillermo Del Toro, this Spanish short film-based spooky story is about a six-year-old and eight-year-old assimilating back into society after spending the past five ... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 3 months ago on January 12, 2013 Comments
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    With the recent saturation of found footage horror flicks, you knew something like this bound to be made sooner or later. Itself a very low-budget project, A Haunted House primarily spoofs the Paranormal Activity series and recent exorcism films like The Devil Inside. Starring Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins as a couple that moves in together and then deals with an unwanted superna... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 3 months ago on January 4, 2013 Comments
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    A decade ago, producer Michael Bay introduced the iconic Leatherface to a new generation for the third time via The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the second remake of 1974's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. The titles keep getting shorter as this year's remake, Texas Chainsaw, drops the last word altogether while adding the 3D aspect for a more immersive experience. You'd have a better ex... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 4 months ago on December 17, 2012 Comments
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    Your girlfriend’s missing, your boat’s been destroyed, you’re trapped on a mysterious island where everyone is crazy... and best of all, like one of last year's best games, you don't have to worry about any of that if you don't want to. That's because in Far Cry 3 you can either worry about all that serious stuff by strictly playing the campaign, or you can ignore it all for a... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 5 months ago on November 13, 2012 Comments
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    With the Xbox 360 in its twilight years, the franchise that built the house of Xbox has returned one last time this generation with its iconic hero back at the helm. It's been five years since we've last seen Master Chief and Cortana after Halo 3's post-credits stinger cliffhanger that left their fates up in the air (literally). With Bungie's last Halo game not involving the Chief o... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 6 months ago on October 17, 2012 Comments
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    Admittedly, I was pretty hard on Resident Evil 5 in my review three years ago that was almost more of a rant than a review. Being a fan of the series since the very first game, I had high expectations after Resident Evil 4, and the next-gen sequel was sadly a train wreck of dated gameplay mechanics and a story that seemed to be straying even further away from the classic Resident Ev... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 6 months ago on October 8, 2012 Comments
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    After debuting at Comic-Con back in July to unanimous fan approval and creating a ton of buzz in the process, everything seemed to be heading towards a perfect box office opening when the futuristic dystopian Dredd reboot finally hit theaters in September. Fan approval for remakes is hard to come across these days (see all the recent backlash for Total Recall and Robocop), but with ... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 6 months ago on October 6, 2012 Comments
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    After watching the less-than-awesome trailer for Taken 2 a few months ago, I was concerned that the sequel was merely banking on the success of the original's under-the-radar surprise. The sequel retained Luc Besson as co-writer and producer (which could be hit or miss, but a good sign to me recently at least); however, the replacement of the first movie's director, Pierre Morel, wi... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 6 months ago on September 30, 2012 Comments
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    Two of my all-time favorite of the favorites movie franchises, Back to the Future and Terminator, revolve around time travel. So naturally, if I had known about Looper a few months earlier before its attention-grabbing first trailer came out, it would have easily landed on our list of most anticipated movies of 2012, especially because I also really liked director/writer Rian Johnso... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 7 months ago on September 8, 2012 Comments
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    After three title changes, the game that simply wouldn’t play dead is finally here. First developed as an original IP, then announced as the third installment in the True Crime series to help sell more copies, True Crime: Hong Kong would eventually be cancelled by Activision after numerous issues with its development. Rescuing the game from being put down for good, Square Enix has... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 7 months ago on September 2, 2012 Comments
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    Like the series of films, the Transformers game franchise has seen its share of ups and downs over the past few years. After a string of terrible low budget movie tie-in games, High Moon Studios delivered one of the most enjoyable games of 2010 with their breakout hit War for Cybertron. Their transformation of the gaming franchise seemed to be on the right path until their follow-up... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 7 months ago on August 26, 2012 Comments
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    With the company falling on hard times due to financial problems, it’s safe to say that THQ and their development studio Vigil Games have a lot riding on the success of Darksiders II. The sequel to 2010’s breakout hit is far bigger than the original with a new lead character and a vast amount of improvements -- but is the second coming of the Horsemen enough to keep the struggli... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 8 months ago on August 2, 2012 Comments
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    I usually like remakes. I give them a chance, and they automatically don't get shat on just because the original may be a classic or personally beloved. My point is that I'm always open to any remake, whether it's been two years, ten, or in this case, 22. One of our most anticipated movies of the year, Total Recall is director Len Wiseman's redo of Paul Verhoeven's sci-fi classic, n... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 9 months ago on July 21, 2012 Comments
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    The new Spider-Man might've been great, but the new Batman is truly amazing. As our most anticipated movie of the year, Christopher Nolan's trilogy three-quel had me so excited that I volunteered to take three consecutive graveyard shifts at the hospital earlier this week in order to ensure having Friday off to rewatch Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and even Batman: Gotham Knight i... Read More »
  • Posted by 1 year, 9 months ago on July 3, 2012 Comments
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    Sex, drugs, jocks 'n' mole. As the title suggests, Oliver Stone's new film is an unrelenting and unforgiving story revolving around some of civilization's crudest and most feral inhabitants... depending on which side you're looking from. The shamelessly indulgent movie, one of the best drug movies in the last few years (and stemming from strains of Blow and Traffic), thoroughly ente... Read More »
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