Comic-Con 2013: Sunday Recap and Photo Gallery

Comic-Con 2013 Sunday Recap and Photo Gallery

As they say, all good things must come to an end. Sunday has finally reached Comic-Con 2013, and what a Comic-Con it was. From news on a Batman vs. Superman movie to the reveal of Avengers: Age of Ultron, there was not a geek or nerd that did not have to change their underwear at least once this long weekend. Sunday for TTRC at SDCC was all about catching up on all of the booths on the convention floor. After the jump, check out over 90 photos of what was hip and happening throughout the San Diego Convention Center on the final day of Comic-Con 2013.  Continue reading

Where’d They Come From? The 10 Most Surprising Movies of 2012

Top 10 Surprising Movies 2012

There are hundreds of movie trailers released each year, which many of the films promoted we do not get the chance to see or we brush them off because of poor marketing. But if we don’t take the risk and never open our movie palettes to embrace the unknown, how will we ever know what’s good? There were plenty of movies in 2012 that I had very low expectations for, but after sitting down and watching what were assumably stinkers, I had discovered I was completely wrong to misjudge them. See the most surprising films of 2012 after the break. Continue reading

Box Office Battlefield: Dredd 3D, End of Watch, Trouble with the Curve, and More

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After a two and a half year hiatus, I am bringing back BOX OFFICE BATTLEFIELD. For those of you who do not know what that means, Box Office Battlefield is my weekly rundown of the movie releases of the upcoming weekend. Like a short version of what films you should see during the year. In the film industry, weekends can be bloodbaths and only one can reign victorious. Each weekend, movie studios enter the glorious battlefield for your hard earned dollars, but not everyone can afford to see every film that is released. Box Office Battlefield is here to help you decide which movie(s) will take priority over the others. The weekend warriors for September 21, 2012 are Dredd 3D, End of Watch, Trouble with the Curve, House at the End of the Street, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Continue reading

Movies You Should Look Forward to this Fall/Winter 2012


As the summer movie season officially closed at the end of August, we have reached the beginning of of awards season. Many films such as The Master, Argo, The Sessions, Life of Pi, Zero Dark Thirty, Lincoln, Cloud Atlas, and Django Unchained are vying for the coveted Oscar. After the jump, I run down for you all of the films, in my opinion, you should look forward to the for the rest of the year. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2012: Friday Schedule

Comic Con 2012 Friday Schedule

As my psychic abilities hone in, the above picture is in reference to what will happen during Friday’s Comic-Con panel for The Walking DeadSony Entertainment is in force this Friday with Total Recall, Elysium, and Looper! But AMC will fight back if TWD isn’t enough with their Breaking Bad panel. Lots of good stuff all around, check out after the jump what else is in store!  Continue reading

Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby Screenshots from ‘Dredd’

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Mystery has surrounded the Judge Dredd reboot since its inception. But now fans of the franchise, and those interested in the film, can rest a little easier now that these screenshots have surfaced. Looking at Dredd based on just a visual standpoint alone, I’d have to say that they’ve got the look of this film down. Continue reading

You’ve Just Been Judged

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A Judge Dredd remake is in the works. Alex Garland, the writer of 28 Days Later and Sunshine. Garland is currently in the process of writing a fresh new look on the Judges of the future.

With Judge Dredd under the umbrella of Danny Boyle’s DNA Films, it’s no surprise that the writer most often associated with Boyle, Alex Garland, is spearheading this project. Mark Simpson, who’s worked on the art for Judge Dredd comic strips as well as the concept art for this new adaptation said this of the art and Garland: “Working through script visuals for Judge Dredd movie. Alex Garland writes a great script.” That shouldn’t be any surprise, it sure isn’t to me. Garland certainly has what it takes to bring a thoughtful, yet tonally accurate Judge Dredd satire to theaters. His past genre screenplays should be proof enough of that. – First Showing

Now someone needs to remake Demolition Man…………