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New TV Spot for Mad Max: Fury Road is Explosive Good Fun

~Matt Key A couple months ahead of it’s May 1st opening, there’s a new TV spot out for George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road. It appears to be all from one big fiery vehicular fight sequence. Take a second to think about just how balls to the wall bonkers this movie looks and then consider why in the world you wouldn’t go watch it. Whether the film is good or not remains to be seen, but it’s guaranteed to be an insanely fun ride no matter what. The summary is below. An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of...

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Mad Max: Fury Road – Official Trailer

Let me start off by saying, I’m going watch Mad Max: Fury Road. I’m going to watch the hell out of it. I’ve been excited ever since the amazing stills were released by Entertainment Weekly. Now, let me say, wow, this trailer is really up it’s own ass. As of now, I don’t know if that’s good or bad. The trailer is epic. Very epic. Which is great, I like epic. In the beginning you hear lines tossed about over shots of turmoil on our planet Earth, such as -My world is fire and blood -We are killing for...

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Mad Max: Fury Road – Comic Con Gives World First Trailer for Mad Max, Many Rejoice

Last month we got amazing photos from Mad Max: Fury Road. This month we get the first trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road which was revealed at San Diego Comic Con this past weekend. It’s 2 minutes and 43 seconds of awesome. AWESOME, I SAY!   Follow Audrey on twitter here and Google+ here Follow Geek Girl Authority on twitter here and...

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MY HERO ACADEMIA Recap: (S02E17) Climax

This week, My Hero Academia begins in tears. Shoto Todoroki (Yuki Kaji) stands alone against Hero Killer: Stain (Go Inoue) while Izuku Midoriya (Daiki Yamashita), Tenya Iida (Kaito Ishikawa) and the still-totally-an-awful-concept-for-a-Japanese-Hero “Native” lay paralyzed. Though Stain’s Quirk seems to begin and end at paralysis, his relentlessness and agility are more than Shoto’s ice and fire can match. Seeing an opening, Stain lunges to cleave Shoto’s fire spewing arm. All the while, Iida is weeping face down on the ground. Though his eyes are filled with tears, he’s finally seeing clearly the recklessness of his actions. It’s time for...

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The Shadow of the Mad King Once More Invades ‘Guild Wars 2’

The Shadow of the Mad King once more reaches into the world of Tyria, bringing with it tricks, treats, encounters, items, and achievements. The hub of the festival activities is Lions Arch, which offers “tricks, treats and terrible jokes.” Decked out in Halloween finery, the city acts as a waypoint to the realm of the Mad King. Players can pit themselves against a jumping puzzle in the Clock Tower, or find their way through the undead armies and candy corn elementals (yes this is a real thing) in the Labyrinth. If you are so bold, you can take on the...

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DESCRIPTION OF DOCTOR STRANGE FOOTAGE FROM LAST NIGHT’S VIP IMAX PREVIEW!

Whoa. Okay. Not entirely sure how to say exactly what we all just saw last night, but we’re gunna try to convey it to you right now. Doctor Strange. Marvel and IMAX teamed up last night to show a 15 minute preview of what we can expect from their upcoming film, Doctor Strange, which hits theatres in the US on November 4th. We can tell you in all honesty that we are not quite sure what we saw last night and that, in this case, that is most definitely a good thing. The footage we saw last night was...

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Following the Trend of Toys to Movies, ‘Max Steel’ Trailer is Here

Like GI Joe, Transformers, Battleship, and a host of other toy properties, Mattel is throwing their hat into the movie ring with Max Steel. Max Steel follows the tried and true formula of small town kid discovers parent was into some whacky stuff, shenanigans ensue.  When you watch the trailer there are so many tropes it makes your head spin; dead parent, nomadic life style, small town, unraveling dead parent mystery, super powers, training, saving the world, and a lovable sidekick robot.  I think I may have them all. The movie is based off the Mattel toy line of...

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On-Set Pics of X-Men Apocalypse are 80’s-riffic and Totally Awesome to the Max!

~Matt Key You know that X-Men: Apocalypse film that’s being made right now. You know, the one that’s over at Fox, directed by Bryan Singer? Well, it looks like we’ve got our first on-set photos from that film. First we’ve got twitter user @FrancescaY showing off the young team of Nightcrawler, Cyclops, Jean Grey and Jubilee! Looks like they are shopping to the max in those boss clothes. Okay my mom is a total BOSS! #Xmen #XMenApocalypse #MovieSet #Youngcast #Montreal #SophieTurner #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/5zg9fMQuC2 — Francesca (@FrancescaY) April 27, 2015 Then, thanks to X-Men News on Twitter, we’ve got these individual shots...

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Movie Review – DUNKIRK

MISSES THE BOAT Dunkirk Review by Ray Schillaci The Movie Guys Once again, just like with writer/director Christopher Nolan’s last effort, Interstellar, his latest is being termed his greatest. I could not help but think…that’s not a compliment. Interstellar was labeled his “greatest”. Many critics raved, but many audiences were left bewildered as to what the critics were talking about. Were they even watching the same movie? I’m going to go out on a limb and say the same of Dunkirk. Over-bloated, overrated, and unfortunately underwhelming. Now before all you Nolan lovers go over the edge, hear me out. Saying that this film was...

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