• Movies/Entertainment,  Quick 5/Top 10

    G-S-T Year In Review – Marc’s 2013 Wrap Up

    Now that the holly, jolly dust of the December release barrage has settled, and we are actually able to ponder all the films that have come down the pike, 2013 might not eclipse that golden zenith in cinema – the legendary year of ’84 – but I sure had some fun. Stock in Steve McQueen and Spike Jonze skyrocketed (possibly future-proofing their status as infallible filmmakers from here on in), lots of stellar films with white-hot buzz came unexpectedly out of the blue (Fruitvale Station, Short Term 12), lots of docs wowed audiences and and share stories ranging from inspiring to devastating (A Band Called Death, Blackfish) even Disney was able…

  • What's New On Blu?

    “What’s New on Blu?” – Week of 11/11/13

    Whether you rent or buy movies, Blu-ray offers the ultimate in sight and sound. Streaming is convenient, but if you plan on watching the movie more than once, you need Blu. So, What’s New On Blu? you ask. Well, good, bad or indifferent, Go,See,Talk offers up a trio of titles that are being released each week. Check out what’s hitting the shelves this week… ——————————————————————————————————————————— In the pantheon of superheroes, Superman is the most recognized and revered character of all time. Clark Kent/Kal-El (Henry Cavill) is a young twenty-something journalist who feels alienated by powers beyond anyone’s imagination. Transported to Earth years ago from Krypton, an advanced alien planet, Clark struggles with…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    See ‘MAN OF STEEL’ on 35mm Film ONLY at the Texas Theatre in DALLAS, TX

    Those of you who have been patiently awaiting the release of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel  (and who hasn’t?) have probably heard that the film will be shown in 3D. But if you’re looking for something a little more nostalgic to go along with all those childhood memories you hold so dear and the superhero reminiscing you’ve been doing, you’ll  be happy to hear that the Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff will be projecting the film in 35mm for the remainder of its run, giving residents of the DFW metroplex a chance to see it in a way that would make Christopher Nolan very happy. “It’s rare to have a new summer release that…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Man of Steel

    Well, now, here’s a fine how do you do: Zack Snyder made a good movie. Granted, he’s made good movies before, but it’s been so long since he released his hyper-muscular remake of Dawn of the Dead that seeing him output something that’s actually watchable from start to finish comes off as something of a shock. In the intervening years, he’s made films containing individual sequences worthy of the praise they rightfully receive but which lack a top-to-bottom sense of cohesion; Sucker Punch inadvertently celebrates the male gaze it tries to critique, and Watchmen is at its best in its first twenty minutes, after which the story begins and the…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Ohhh, Look…13-Minute Promo and Gorgeous Screenshots from Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel'

    Let’s cut right to the chase. Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel is one of the most anticipated films this year and may, in all likelihood, be the biggest film of 2013. So with that said, let’s just get to the good stuff. Below are over a dozen awesome looking hi-rez screen shots from MoS and while we at GST like to go on media blackout (read: taking a stance not to post every single trailer or spoiler-laced TV spot that comes down the pike) when it comes to something we REALLY want to see, this time however we’ll make a small exception. Below is a 13-minute promo for the film followed by…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Trailers

    G-S-T Trailer Roundup: Alien Conformity, Hot Guidos, & Psychotic Hobbits

    So many trailers, so little time. Truthfully, enough teasers and preview clips have dropped this week that I could fill out three different roundups and still have some leftovers; sometimes, studios just want to inundate the web with their collective chunks of promo footage. Marketing’s gotta market, after all. The good news is that there’s so much to choose from that sheer variety alone makes the effort of gathering and watching each spot worthwhile (and if there’s one thing we appreciate here at Go, See, Talk!, it’s variety). Comic book flicks, retro sci-fi throwbacks, gruesome horror remakes; even a concert movie made the cut here, and that’s saying something, since…

  • Editorials,  Features,  Movies/Entertainment

    The Shape of Things to Come – GST’s Most Anticipated Films of 2013

    We’ve closed the books on 2012 here at Go, See, Talk!– you can catch up on all of our individual takes on the year here, here, here, and here— and officially declared it “great”. That means that the time for retrospection has come and gone, and the time to look ahead has arrived. If 2012 turned out to be a banner year for film as an industry and as an art form, then what will 2013 bring? One short answer: a whole lot of science fiction. Indeed, nearly half of the entries on this list comfortably underneath that distinct storytelling umbrella, many of quite high profile, and that’s not even to…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Hans Zimmer Scoring Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel'

    From one great DC hero to another, maestro of Bwaaah, Hans Zimmer looks to trade the depths of Gotham for the heights of Metropolis. That’s right Super-friends, for his next project, Zimmer will be going up, up and away to score Zack Snyder’s Superman film. With his work on the final Nolan Batman in the can (you can listen to samples of it here), Zimmer is free to begin work on the Zack Snyder-directed, Christopher Nolan-produced Superman reboot titled Man of Steel which is slated to soar into theaters about a year from now on June 14th, 2013. Yet, in the long history of many a failed/unrealized Superman project, as…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Zack Snyder’s ‘Man of Steel’ Adds Russell Crowe As Jor-El

    Crikey!! While the Supes front has been quiet since the last A-list addition, out of left field comes the casting news of the millennium!! OK maybe not that great but certainly an eye opener for sure. And why not?? Russel Crowe, if you’ll excuse my French, is the effen man!! Variety has just released info that puts General Maximus in the role of Jor-El, Superman’s biological father. Variety does say he’s “in negotiations” but so far all signs point to it being locked up. So while the film world is still trying to get the taste of the poorly received Sucker Punch out of its mouth, this casting tidbit is one entirely…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel' Adds Russell Crowe As Jor-El

    Crikey!! While the Supes front has been quiet since the last A-list addition, out of left field comes the casting news of the millennium!! OK maybe not that great but certainly an eye opener for sure. And why not?? Russel Crowe, if you’ll excuse my French, is the effen man!! Variety has just released info that puts General Maximus in the role of Jor-El, Superman’s biological father. Variety does say he’s “in negotiations” but so far all signs point to it being locked up. So while the film world is still trying to get the taste of the poorly received Sucker Punch out of its mouth, this casting tidbit is one entirely…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    'Man of Steel' May Kneel Before…Michael Shannon?

    If we humble film fans know anything about Christopher Nolan it’s that he likes to mess with our heads. Since Zack Snyder is helming the new Superman film Man of Steel for Mr. Nolan, it seems Zacky-boy wasn’t quite honest with us regarding the villain of his new film. So what does that mean you ask. Well I’ll cut to the chase. When we were told the would be no kneeling before Zod, that was, in fact, a lie (read: LIE)! Over the weekend a very unlikely actor has been announced for a pivotal and highly speculated role in Man of Steel. From Screen Rant, we get a little more…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    ‘Man of Steel’ May Kneel Before…Michael Shannon?

    If we humble film fans know anything about Christopher Nolan it’s that he likes to mess with our heads. Since Zack Snyder is helming the new Superman film Man of Steel for Mr. Nolan, it seems Zacky-boy wasn’t quite honest with us regarding the villain of his new film. So what does that mean you ask. Well I’ll cut to the chase. When we were told the would be no kneeling before Zod, that was, in fact, a lie (read: LIE)! Over the weekend a very unlikely actor has been announced for a pivotal and highly speculated role in Man of Steel. From Screen Rant, we get a little more…