The last subjects of Make Me Watch It are now available. Jon M. Wilson returns to discuss Kick-Ass (2010) and Godzilla (2014). The updated and maintained list of options for “Make Me Watch It” can be found here. You can name up to ten movies you’d like me to cover here. The series can also be found on Stitcher, on iTunes, or in a direct RSS feed.
OK gang, here’s the latest previews from Hollywood.
Quick question: Does everyone want to see this weekly or does “whenever Brian gets around to it” an OK release schedule?
Tim Burton’s 3D vision of the Lewis Carroll classic opened this weekend. How does it hold up? Can Burton still deliver in the new visual format?
MTV is reporting that Joseph Kosinski, the director of the upcoming sequel to Tron would like to next work on an re-imagining of Disney’s other big Sci-Fi film, “The Black Hole”. His plan for the film would involve take a more hard Sci-Fi take on the story, taking advantage of more recent scientific discoveries and theories about the nature of black holes and how they work. The script is doe to be written by Travis Beacham, who wrote the re-make of “Clash of the Titans” that is due in theaters this year.
TheAngryMob reviewed the original back in 2005.
It’s a little late, but look at it as my way of reducing the time between the review and next episode, which won’t be until March 2010.
Let’s get ready to hiatuuuuuus!!
Just doesn’t sound a cool, does it? Next week is our last episode for 2009. Four episodes? Really?
I hope to ($Supreme Being) that this isn’t an April Fools joke – Shacknews.com is reporting that EA is resurrecting Peter Molyneux, cyberpunk strategy game series Syndicate. According to the article, the game has been designed to Starbreeze studios, who developed the Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay and The Darkness games.