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The Predator Review

When Predator was released in 1987, it became an instant hit due to its unique mix of sci-fi and action elements. Unfortunately, Fox hasn’t been able to recapture the magic

Behind the Music: An Interview with SuperMansion Composer Kurt Oldman

The stop-motion animated series SuperMansion first premiered in 2013 as a quarter-hour pilot for Adult Swim, under the original name Übermansion. It then had a name change and moved to

The mask comes on in the official trailer for ‘Predator’

You are one ugly motherfu- oh, hi there! The time has come, fans of nostalgia; the official trailer to Shane Black’s The Predator is here! If you haven’t heard, Shane

Jake Busey joins The Predator to play son of Gary Busey’s character

Predator came out over 30 years ago, and Shane Black is working on the fourth installment of the film titled The Predator. Over the decades, we have had Predator, Predator 2, Predators,

Why Him? Review

For as long as I can remember, raunchy R-rated comedies that come out during the holiday season is a very rare thing. However, there’s been a new crop of raunchy

Storks Review

Ever since The LEGO Movie, the Warner Animation Group is starting to establish themselves as a potential force in the crowded theatrical animation department. Its next film, Storks, is the studio’s last

Don’t Think Twice Review

Scraping by in a big city chasing your dreams of hitting it big is a film concept that we’ve seen plenty of times before. Yet while there have been plenty

Bring a bundle of joy home with the latest ‘Storks’ trailer

The old wives’ tale of Storks delivering babies to families has been around for as long as I can remember. Warner Bros. Animation’s latest is set to look upon the

Cats take over ‘Keanu’ red-band trailer with hilarious spoof

We are a week away from the release of Key & Peele’s hilarious, cute kitty, gangsta film, Keanu. Today, Warner Bros unveiled a spoof of the red-band trailer that was

The 10 best Key & Peele sketches

Key & Peele, the uproarious and groundbreaking sketch comedy show ended its iconic 5-year run this week, leaving behind a smorgasbord or unforgettable characters that will forever endure in the

SDCC 2014: Nerd HQ’s Let’s Be Cops – Conversation for a Cause

The Nerd Machine’s hugely successful NERD HQ kicked off with some great Conversation for a Cause panels including one with some of the cast from the upcoming film, Lets Be Cops. Damon Wayans Jr.,