Search Results for: Mad Max

5 Questions With Actor And GGA Bestie Kaj-Erik Eriksen!

5 Questions #3 with actor Kaj-Erik Eriksen Veteran actor of almost 30 years and Geek Girl Authority bestie, Kaj-Erik Eriksen has been a part of some amazing television shows and movies like The Commish, Beggars And Choosers, Goosebumps, Star Trek Enterprise, Tru Calling, Criminal Minds,  The 4400, Boston Public, MacGyver, 88 Minutes with Al Pacino,  Hallmark’s Time After Time along side Richard Thomas and most recently WWE and The Soska Sister’s, See No Evil 2. And the list goes on and on! I asked him 5 Questions to really get in deep. Check out what he had to say! 1. What is your favorite food? Toss up between sushi or Mexican. I could eat either every single...

Read More

It’s Time to Play Casting Director for Stephen King’s The Dark Tower!

Now that we know a movie is being made based on Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, let’s play Casting Director!  by Adam Sullivan If you’re like me (God help you) you’re probably worried that any screen adaptation of the Dark Tower series of books will turn out to be a big bag of fail. Adaptations of Stephen King works are a mixed bag at best: for every Stand by Me there are three Maximum Overdrives. And for devotees of the saga of Roland Deschain, well, the stakes couldn’t be higher. The entire multi-verse rests on the gunslinger reaching the...

Read More

My Trip to LA and beyond…Part Two

by Chris Morris Friday March 27th, 2015 Day One (for me) of the TCM Classic Film Festival: I was tired. Very tired. Very, very tired. As I explained in Part One of this article, I hadn’t slept a lot in the past week and this weekend in Hollywood was all about stamina. But there I was, after arriving at LAX and then at my hotel at midnight, I was up at 6am, eating breakfast at 7am and off to the TCM Film Festival 2015 around 7:30am when the first movies didn’t start until 9am. I was pumped. For now....

Read More

Scarlet Witch’s Powers Explained and 12 Other Facts Released for Avengers: Age of Ultron

~Matt Key Out of Comicbookmovie.com, we’ve got this list of thirteen facts that Disney released regarding the Avengers and the Age of Ultron. The full list is below, but notable among them is an explanation for Scarlet Witch‘s powers, which take a much more “scientific” approach. In the comics, it started off as an inexplicable “hex” bolt and probability altering powers. Then, as her character developed and she learned more of her heritage at Wundagore Mountain and started visiting Agatha Harkness, she learned that there was a more magical, mystical side to her powers, making her pretty legitimately, a witch, with...

Read More

Ten Thoughts on the New Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer

~Matt Key Okay. We’ve all seen the newest Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer now, yes? If you haven’t seen it… A. What the hell are you doing wrong with life and B. watch it below. Please. It will wash over you like the healing touch of the Lord’s breath. First of all, can we all acknowledge how well Marvel has played this whole trailer game? The first trailer got us all excited, introduced us to Ultron and what threat he brings to the team; the second trailer gave us a little new footage, a couple new sound bites and kept...

Read More

Leonard Nimoy, Famed Star Trek Actor, Dies at 83 – A Look at His Impact on Just One Person

Leonard Nimoy has passed away. This is the news that most of the West Coast woke up to. This is the news that, if you’re a Trekkie, you had at least a dozen phone calls and texts to break the news to you. In some of those calls, many tears were shed. It truly is a sad day to be a Trekkie. One of ours, and science fictions, most revered icons has left. Below you’ll find the facts surrounding his passing and then you’ll find what Leonard Nimoy meant to me. There will be a deluge of “What Leonard Nimoy...

Read More

OSCAR RANT 2015 from The Movie Guys!

OSCAR RANT 2015 (Honoring the films of 2014) Rant by Paul Preston I hope all those of you who were clamoring for something new at the movies cheered as loudly as you should have in 2014. This year’s offering of the year’s best films represent either a fresh take on a theme or, more often than not, a completely original adventure. Best Picture is one of multiple categories at the Oscars suffering from an embarrassment of riches, with little room for anything dull. Get your ass to the movies, your timing will reward you. 10. SELMA – Ava DuVernay’s...

Read More

Looking Back at the Oscars – Who Should Have Won? PART THREE!

Best Picture 1998 Looking Back: Should “Shakespeare In Love” Have Won? by Chris Morris I heard someone once say that in order to properly judge the true Best Picture of each year, the award should be given out ten years later. To take in time, perspective, if that film was more influential than another that came out that year, does it hold up under more scrutiny over time than the limited time between it’s release date and the Oscars…etc. So let’s do that. Let’s give out Oscars to the movies that “should have won” the Oscars. But where to...

Read More

Looking Back at the Oscars – Who Should Have Won? PART TWO!

Best Picture: 2002 Looking Back: Should “Chicago” Have Won? by Chris Morris They say that for The Academy to properly award the true “best” of the movies from any particular year, there is one thing missing in their criteria: time. I heard someone once say that in order to properly judge the true Best Picture of each year, the award should be given out ten years later. To take in time, perspective, if that film was more influential than another that came out that year, does it hold up under more scrutiny over time than the limited time between...

Read More

Is Walking Dead’s Emily Kinney Going Full Bad Guy for The Flash?

~Matt Key Over on Vixen Varsity they believe they’ve cracked a possible casting surprise for an up-coming episode of CW’s hit series, The Flash. A post made to Instagram by punkd_images says that she will be playing an old Atom villain named The Bug-Eyed Bandit. In the comics, his name is Bertram Larvan, a brilliant roboticist and micro-engineer that builds robotic insects to terrorize the tiny hero. For this show, however, Emily will play a character named Brie Larvan. There’s no official on if she’ll be his daughter or a brilliant scientist/student in her own right. #WalkingDead's Beth.. @EmmyKinney arrives in VanCity...

Read More

Sponsored

Recent Tweets

Sponsored

Facebook

Facebook By Weblizar Powered By Weblizar