That Time Peyton Reed Trolled Star Wars Fans

Back on December 19, 2000, the independent radio program The Best Show On WFMU appeared to have scored a major scoop. An anonymous caller claiming to have worked extensively on both Star Wars — Episode I: The Phantom Menace and the upcoming Episode II before he was “unceremoniously let go” by “control freak” George… »9/02/15 9:51pmYesterday 9:51pm

Marvel Creative Committee is dead, long live Marvel Studios?

Something big just happened at Marvel Studios: Feige no longer has to answer to Isaac Perlmutter or any creative committee. I admit, while I don’t like Ike, it’s hard to tell what unpopular decisions are his and what one are Feige’s. Most of the blame for unpopular things, Wreight leaving or no black widow toys, from… »9/02/15 9:06pmYesterday 9:06pm

I Have No Concerns About The Captain America: Civil War Movie - A Rebuttal

This post is in reply to Mr. Bricken’s recent post over on the mothership, I Have Some Serious Concerns About The Captain America: Civil War Movie. There are large differences between the story line in the comics and what has been revealed about the plot of the movie. These differences should calm peoples’ fears about »9/02/15 4:11pmYesterday 4:11pm

The first Dane has just gone to space. You won't believe what he took with him!

Was that a good headline? That’s how you write headlines today isn’t it? Also - You’ll totally believe what he took with him, because he’s a Dane. And I put a picture before the break to make it pretty obvious... OK, It’s LEGO. He took 26 specially designed Lego toys with him Into Space. Because Space LEGO!
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What's New in Horror this September

Let’s take a look at all the great new horror films coming out this September! There’s a pretty good selection coming out this month, including a few big name titles. As always, please leave a comment if you know about something else releasing outside the US, On Demand, or elsewhere. Or just drop in and tell us what… »9/02/15 9:00amYesterday 9:00am

The Guardian asks which Pratchett novel to make snobby literary critic read, Internet tells them to GTFO

A few days ago, The Guardian published a terrible piece by a literary critic declaring Sir Terry’s books mediocre (as opposed to literature), even though he had not read any of them. Outrage ensued, and it seems that now The Guardian wants to make said critic read at least one Terry Pratchett book. Rather predictably,… »9/02/15 4:55amYesterday 4:55am