Archive for June, 2012


Harmonix to Kick Off July With Rocking Singles in Next Week’s Rock Band Music Store Update

Friday, June 29, 2012 No Comments

Harmonix announced today that next week’s Rock Band Music Store update will feature three new singles, from The All-American Rejects, Mudvayne and Rise Against. And so, off their fourth studio album, Kids in the Street, comes The All-American Rejects’s Gonzo, followed by Satellite, off Rise Against’s 2011 album, Endgame and a Pro guitar and bass […]


Ubisoft Developing Downloadable Accompanying Game for The Expendables 2

Thursday, June 28, 2012 No Comments

Here we go with yet another licensed movie to video game adaptation. Well, at least the possibilities of screwing it up are slightly lower (there’s always still a chance, after all) because it is a shooter… I think. Well, either way, Ubisoft unveiled its development of a The Expendables 2 video game adaptation for release […]

Safety Not Guaranteed

Safety Gaveaway Round 2

Thursday, June 28, 2012 13 Comments

Update: Contest is now closed Shove a ham and tree sandwich down a tube… IT’S GAVEAWAY TIME! Alliance Films has given us five double passes for Safety Not Guaranteed (trailer below) to give away in three different cities around Canada (Ottawa, Halifax, and Winnipeg), for a total of 15 double passes. Sorry Toronto, no tickets […]

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Toronto After Dark Film Festival Summer Screenings Kicks Off Tonight

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 No Comments

It’s time to get scared Toronto! Or to laugh your backside off, because the Toronto After Dark Film Festival is kicking off its summer screenings tonight with a very special presentation; it will be screening Jaun of the Dead, apparently the first zombie flick ever made in Cuba! Since its release to festivals a few […]

Bad movies capture

Intentionally Bad vs Just Plain Bad Movies

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 No Comments

In this week’s video, L.E. and Nathan discuss the absurd, ridiculous and just plain generally awful side of movies and their counterparts, intentionally bad movies! What’s the purpose? The reason? The rhyme? And, honestly, which is better/worse, and why? Click the link to watch!

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Category: Rants

London Boulevard

London Boulevard

Tuesday, June 26, 2012 No Comments

Who was the homeless fellow? Why did Colin Farrell care about him so much? What happened to Keira Knightley’s husband? Was Keira running things all along? Who was the lawyer representing at the end of the film? I was left with these and a bunch of other questions at the end of London Boulevard. Now, […]


Nintendo to Release Larger 3DS Alongside New Super Mario Bros. 2

Monday, June 25, 2012 No Comments

If you’ve been interested in getting a Nintendo 3DS for some time now, Nintendo’s announcement from late last week is either the precise news you’ve been waiting for, just the thing to add more confusion to your purchase consideration process, or might just end up on your leave-it-be pile. Continuing its habit of product updates, […]

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Jeff Who Lives at Home

Jeff, Who Lives at Home

Monday, June 25, 2012 No Comments

Clocking in at an hour twenty-two, Jeff, Who Lives at Home is short, but that doesn’t mean it couldn’t function well as a film. As the saying goes, size doesn’t matter (unless you’re referring to penis size, in which case it definitely does). I’m not calling it a great film as it definitely felt belabored […]


Things Get a Little More Country in Next Week’s Rock Band Music Store Update

Friday, June 22, 2012 No Comments

I guess it’s a pretty big deal to have been the first country artist to win American Idol. At the very least, it’s quite the accomplishment to still be popular so many years after your winning season ended. And maybe, just maybe (okay, it’s probably unlikely), that’s Harmonix’s reasoning behind launching a Carrie Underwood track […]

Safe House

Safe House

Friday, June 22, 2012 No Comments

Safe House brings absolutely nothing new to the table. It’s just like every other thriller, CIA movie, with the same action, the same dumb, unexpected twist, the same everything (pretty much). And just like most other movies of the same nature, it isn’t horrible, but it does nothing to raise itself above the rest of […]

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