Videogame BANG! Episode 40: Birthday Sex…EDUCATION

Videogame BANG! is turning 1 year old this week and in podcast years that means we are hitting puberty so what better way to celebrate than a little bit of

Marvel turning Thor into a female

Okay, I will admit it. I watch ABC’s The View whenever I get the chance. Sure it doesn’t have the beautiful Elizabeth Hasselbeck, outspoken Star Jones, witty Joy Behar, and

Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

One of the biggest film surprises of 2011 was the success of Rupert Wyatt’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Relying heavily on the back of Andy Serkis, Rise of the

Review: Transformers: Age of Extinction

When Transformers: Dark of the Moon hit theaters three years ago, many speculated which director would take over Michael Bay’s spot for the next Transformers installment. Little do people know that Michael

Review: Edge of Tomorrow

Groundhog Day meets Starship Troopers, this is the probably what most people think of upon seeing the trailers for Edge of Tomorrow. Like Starship Troopers, the film consists of soldiers facing a plethora of

Fantastic Four’s Josh Trank announced to direct stand-alone Star Wars film

Lucasfilm and Disney have dropped another breaking news today. Josh Trank, the director of Chronicle and the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, is officially announced as a director for one of the many stand-alone

Maleficent review

By Derek Mari Maleficent. Disney’s newest live-action that follows the upbringing and origin of the Mistress of All Evil, Maleficent herself. Maleficent made her debut appearance in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty

Watch Dogs review

Watch Dogs is a game that received just as much hype from its debut trailer as it has received disdain with the recent graphical downgrade for next-gen consoles. Ubisoft has advertised to us a dynamic

X-Men: Days of Future Past (video review)

X-Men: Days of Future Past is now in theaters, and I have to admit, this movie is one of the best X-Men movies to date. Director Bryan Singer really goes

Wolfenstein: The New Order brings back the killin’ Nazi business (review)

Wolfenstein is one of the video game properties that helped shape first-person shooters today, and it’s been many years since we’ve last seen a Wolfenstein game. With the newly-released Wolfenstein: The New Order being

Here’s what Zack Snyder’s Batman photo might look like in color

Zack Snyder just released Batman and his Batmobile in all its glory today. The one thing that’s missing in the photo is color, so we decided to touch the photo

Godzilla Review: The King of the Monsters has returned

Words can’t express the level of anticipation I have had for Gareth Edward’s film. I have numerous fond memories of Godzilla growing up, having watched Toho’s movies many times and

Interview with Godzilla screenwriter Max Borenstein

Godzilla is crashing into theaters on May 16th with the Godzilla: Awakening graphic novel being released on May 7th. We had the opportunity to chat with screenwriter Max Borenstein, who

5 things you might not know about Star Wars

1) Before Star Wars there was Flash Gordon Back in the 1970’s, a young filmmaker named George Lucas initially wanted to create a film based on the 1930’s serials Flash Gordon.