TV Previews

“Community” Trailer Takes You Beyond The Darkest Timeline

Posted on 14 December 2013 by

The prophecy for Community of “Six Seasons and a Movie” gets one step closer on Thursday, January 2nd when the show makes its 5th season premiere with a one hour episode.  NBC just released an insane trailer for the show which seems to prove that not only is Dan Harmon back in control, but he’s [...]

Movie Reviews

It’s Hand-Operated Hijinks in the “Muppets Most Wanted” Official Trailer

Posted on 01 December 2013 by

I’m not going to lie, I’ve been a fan of the Muppets since the old Ed Sullivan Show.  I’ll be a fan until the day I die, which might be the day I watch Muppets Most Wanted.  If I laugh as much in the movie as I did watching the trailer I could go out [...]

Movie Reviews

“The LEGO Movie” Looks Bricktacular

Posted on 05 November 2013 by

Don’t judge a brick by its cover. If you think this movie is for kids, you’d be right – and wrong.  Judging by the trailers, The LEGO Movie is aimed at pretty much anyone with a pulse and a sense of humor.  If the trailers don’t make you crack a smile you’re dead inside and [...]

Movie Reviews

“Big Ass Spider!” Trailers Promise Big Ass Fun

Posted on 02 October 2013 by

On the surface, it’s easy to dismiss a movie with the title Big Ass Spider!  I figured this was going to be some schlocky attempt at horror comedy, and it may be, but what I saw looked like fun.  I almost ignored its existence, but insomnia pushed me to check out a trailer.  Like some [...]

Movie Reviews, News

Despicable Me 2 – New Full Trailer, Despicablimp, & A 21 Fart Gun Salute

Posted on 24 March 2013 by

BANANA!!!  Man, it felt good to get that out of my system.  Try it.  Trust me.  People will stop and stare, then leave you alone.  At least the people who don’t get it.  And let’s face it, who’s got time for that bunched-up-underwear crowd anyway? Despicable Me was not only one of my favorite animated [...]

Indie News

Fantasy Short “The Smoke Seller” Proves Things Aren’t Always What They Seem

Posted on 06 March 2013 by

Much of my free time, what little of it there is, I spend aimlessly meandering around the web looking for things to amuse me.  If I’m lucky I’ll find something I think you’ll find amusing, too.  I realized it had been some time since I made my way over to to see what indie [...]

Digital Series

Death Star PR – Hilarious Webseries About Managing The Dark Side’s Image

Posted on 15 February 2013 by

The Rebel Alliance had it easy, what with calling themselves “knights,” wearing white a lot, and not going around blowing up planets just to prove a point.  You’d think with his stylin’ cybernetic duds, complete mastery of the force, and his silky-smooth James Earl Jones voice Darth Vader would be appreciated.  But no, everybody remembers [...]

Movie Reviews

“Jack the Giant Slayer” Trailer – A Fantasy Adventure With A Healthy Sense of Humor

Posted on 05 December 2012 by

Before seeing the trailer for Jack the Giant Slayer I thought this was going to be a straight-up fantasy adventure, and while that’s not entirely untrue, the film looks like it may keep its tongue planted in firmly in cheek as well.  It definitely gives off a vibe that makes me think a little of [...]

Twilight Zone

“Dumb Ways to Die” – Clever Musical Short Could Save Your Life

Posted on 21 November 2012 by

Sometimes it seems like just about everything in this world could kill you in one way or another.  A little education could just save your life and Dumb Ways to Die sets out to accomplish this goal in a hilariously entertaining way.  I promise you’ll never find a happier way to stay safe. The program [...]

Movie Reviews

Despicable Me 2: 2nd Teaser Trailer – More Minion Madness

Posted on 04 November 2012 by

This just in: (I’ve always wanted to say that).  Okay, so it was released November 2 and my lazy butt is just getting to it, but there’s another chuckleworthy, minion-filled teaser trailer for Despicable Me 2.  If you know me, you probably have a restraining order out on me.  Beside that you probably also know [...]

Indie News, Twilight Zone

Morgan M. Morgansen’s Date with Destiny – Quirky Short from Looper’s Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Posted on 06 October 2012 by

A few years back Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Inception, Looper) started an online production company he calls hitRECord.  Described by him as an “open-collaborative production company” the site’s purpose is to bring together artists of every type to work together on projects that will turn heads and hopefully a profit as well.  They’ve made short films, music, [...]

Indie News

Ham Sandwich – Take A Bite, Go Back In Time

Posted on 02 July 2012 by

Ham Sandwich is a humorous short film from Atom Films & Comedy Central about a poor guy who, much like Rodney Dangerfield, never gets any respect.  Baxter is working for no pay as an intern in an office where nobody appreciates him and he just can’t seem to catch a break.  His boss puts him [...]

Featured, Movie Reviews

The Amazing Spider-Man – Sneak Film Review

Posted on 02 July 2012 by

As an avid fan of Marc Webb’s career to date I found myself growing more and more excited as I approached the impending screening date last week. As many reviews across the land have already sung, it was truly amazing. A well known local indie girl, I go into my cinema with different things in [...]

Movie Reviews

Frankenweenie – New 2nd Trailer and Interactive 360º Set Tour

Posted on 02 July 2012 by

Way back in March (You remember March, right?  That was when it wasn’t 4000º during the day.) we showed you the first trailer of the Disney-backed Tim Burton creation Frankenweenie.  (If you didn’t see it, you can still check it out here: Frankenweenie – (Re)Animated Stop Action Fun)  That trailer gave you a good idea [...]

Movie Reviews

Robot and Frank – Old School Meets High Tech In Buddy Heist Dramedy

Posted on 26 June 2012 by

Robot and Frank is part buddy comedy, part old style heist, and all heart.  The story takes place in the near future and revolves around Frank (Frank Langella), an aging former jewel thief whose memory is beginning to fail him.  His son, played by James Marsden, decides to give him a caretaker robot to look [...]

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