Robert is a Web developer by day, cinephile by night. His philosophy of movies is that they’re for entertainment purposes only, not for making the audience feel smarter. A lover of sci-fi from his earliest days, Robert’s all-time favorites include Disney’s The Black Hole, The Last Starfighter, and Tron, a movie he believes every sci-fi fan should watch at least once. Robert lives somewhere in darkest Pennsylvania with his wife and menagerie.
Get hyped, Dead-heads: Telltale has confirmed that Give No Shelter, episode two of their Michonne three-episode miniseries will release on Tuesday, March 29th, on pretty much everything with a screen, namely (deep breath): “PC/Mac via the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, the PlayStation®Network for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, the Xbox […]
One of the reasons I will always love movies as a concept is that, no matter how many you’ve seen, they can still surprise you if you let them. You go into a movie thinking you’ve got it’s number from start to finish, and yeah, you devoted cynics, you probably do, generally. But once in […]
Before we get down to talking about The Walking Dead: Michonne, the latest mini-series in Telltale Games’ TWD adventure game series, let it be known to all and sundry that I am a cherry-picker when it comes to Robert Kirkman’s take on the zombie apocalypse. I read the comics religiously, and I’ve done the best […]
It looks like those of us who were looking forward to watching another movie about an apocalyptic plague this weekend are going to be disappointed: Viral, a new movie from directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman which was slated to release today, has now been postponed indefinitely. As of this writing, no definite release date appears […]
This morning saw the release of the final trailer for the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel. The trailer offers more glimpses into the movie’s action sequences, as well as including the first time we get to hear Wonder Woman speak. From the looks of this trailer, […]
“Around the world packs of wild dogs roam freely, killing at will. Now they have developed a taste for new prey …” So begins The Pack, a disappointing entry in the Nature Gone Wild sub-genre of horror cinema. As is typical with movies of this type, some manner of critter which previously left humanity alone […]