WonderCon 2014: ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ Panel Recap

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Those who attended WonderCon 2014 this past weekend looking to get their horror sweet tooth satisfied were met with the cast and filmmakers behind Deliver Us From Evil. The panel consisted of director Scott Derrickson, producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Eric Bana, Joel McHale, Olivia Munn, and Edgar Ramirez. Learn about the new footage shown and what the actors had to say about the Deliver Us From Evil after the break. Continue reading

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THESE PEOPLE ARE FUNNY…

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All hopes for Judd Apatow are fulfilled as the Funny People red band trailer has been released on Myspace. Woot woot. After tanking from writing Pineapple Express (I thought it was decent), Walk Hard, and You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, but being his third directed film, Apatow is redeeming himself by coming out with this movie. This trailer is hilarious and you should laugh and eventually go see this movie when it comes out July 31st. WATCH THIS TRAILER

Review: Star Trek

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(This review contains minor spoilers)

Trekkies rejoice! Star Trek reignites the fire that is the Star Trek franchise. J.J. Abrams – the king of modern nerds – has createda wild ride back into Starfleet Academy where it all began. Performances by Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Eric Bana make you believe in the characters and bring you to a world that only few love, opening up the Trek universe to a more mainstream audience. The epic tales of James T. Kirk and Spock may now be enjoyed by those who didn’t even like Star Trek in the first place.

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Review: Star Trek

film review small

(This review contains minor spoilers)

Trekkies rejoice! Star Trek reignites the fire that is the Star Trek franchise. J.J. Abrams – the king of modern nerds – has createda wild ride back into Starfleet Academy where it all began. Performances by Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Eric Bana make you believe in the characters and bring you to a world that only few love, opening up the Trek universe to a more mainstream audience. The epic tales of James T. Kirk and Spock may now be enjoyed by those who didn’t even like Star Trek in the first place.

Continue reading