• Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    Sweet Trailer…'Total Recall'

    The final trailer for the Len Wiseman remake of Total Recall hit the web last night right as we were at a Press screening of The Amazing Spider-Man (review up real soon) so we’re just now getting to it…you’ve probably already seen it (and all the nods to the original) but here it is again. Still not sold on it, but maybe it’ll be more fun in the theater…enjoy! The new adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s short story “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale” takes cues from highly stylized big budgets sci-films as you’re bound to see bits of Blade Runner, The Fifth Element, Minority Report just to name…

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    Adult Swim Announces Greenlit Pilots and Full 'Harold & Kumar' Animated Series

    What’s that you say? A Harold & Kumar animated series? Well get ready to program your DVRs and stock up on microwavable Sliders. Adult Swim has unveiled its development slate, and the headlining show will be one centered about everyone’s favorite Korean and Indian stoner buddies. They will join 7 other greenlighted animated and live-action pilots which are all in some stage of  development. Deadline Hollywood tells us that, “The animated Harold & Kumar project was taken to the marketplace in November by Lionsgate, which produces the movie franchise. Original writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg are on board to write and produce and stars John Cho and Kal Penn to voice the lead characters and…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…American Reunion

    The fourth cinematic installment of the America Pie series (add to it 4 DTV films which brings the total to 8 ) American Reunion gets back to where it all started. Most of the kids from East Great Falls High have moved on and with the upcoming 10 year reunion (really it’s 13) they see how their lives come full circle. Jim, Oz, Kev and Paul have done pretty OK for themselves, though in Stifler’s case it seems all he’s done is spun in place. Containing the same level of raunchy humor that made the first movie a hit, the gang is now back for a forth helping of Pie and…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    Sweet Trailer…'A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas'

    Seems that stoner buddy flicks will never die…and you won’t hear any complaints from me. I’m not going to lie, I’m a fan of Harold and Kumar as there’s something charming beneath the crass and insane misadventures in their first two films. Penn and Cho have good chemistry which really makes the jokes work and while I wasn’t partial to the second film the original holds a special place in my heart. So for those of you who enjoy the high times and low moral fiber, I present the trailer to A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas.   The guys, as you might expect from the title, are back for…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Off the Shelf…'Star Trek'

    I can proudly say that after years of being a “born and raised” Star Wars fan, I am now starting to lean the other way…no, not the Dark Side, but I believe I am becoming a “neo-Trekker”. Weird, but this is the best ‘sci-fi’ film I’ve seen in a while and it really got me considering the other Space Opera property that I had overlooked for so long. Also Star Wars has just become continually disappointing since Episode I, so for me this is a welcomed change of pace. So here we are with J.J. Abrams‘ masterful direction of a Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman screenplay (we’ll forgive them for their Revenge of…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Off the Shelf

    Off the Shelf…’Star Trek’

    I can proudly say that after years of being a “born and raised” Star Wars fan, I am now starting to lean the other way…no, not the Dark Side, but I believe I am becoming a “neo-Trekker”. Weird, but this is the best ‘sci-fi’ film I’ve seen in a while and it really got me considering the other Space Opera property that I had overlooked for so long. Also Star Wars has just become continually disappointing since Episode I, so for me this is a welcomed change of pace. So here we are with J.J. Abrams‘ masterful direction of a Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman screenplay (we’ll forgive them for their Revenge of…