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‘Ted 2′ Review
9 hours ago
Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Seth MacFarlane, Amanda Seyfried, Jessica Barth, Morgan Freeman, Giovanni Ribisi, Sam J. Jones, Patrick Warburton, Michael Dorn, Bill Smitrovich, John Slattery, Liam Neeson, Dennis Haysbert, Patrick Stewart | Written by Seth MacFarlane, Alec Sulkin, Wellesley Wild | Directed by Seth MacFarlane
2012′s Ted asked the important questions about what happens to a relationship when your partner’s best friend is a swearing teddy bear with the voice of Peter Griffin. The sequel, Ted 2, asks the important questions about the practicalities of knocking off a follow-up when your original film made more money than anyone could reasonably have expected.
We catch up with Ted and Marky Mark Wahlberg at the bear’s wedding to Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth). Their marriage soon turns sour and after a predictably horrible incident at a sperm bank, they turn to adoption to reignite their relationship. At this stage, it is revealed that the government »
- Jack Kirby
‘Lego Ant-Man Final Battle: Set No. 76039′ Review
12 hours ago
Get set for a massive battle on a micro scale! Ride with Ant-Man on the giant flying ant, firing the flick missiles on each wing. Evade Yellowjacket’s stud shooters and Lego brick-built catapult. After landing, use Ant-Man’s special powers to communicate with the ants and activate the Super Jumper to knock over Yellowjacket. Take off again on the flying ant and swoop to capture Yellowjacket in its pincers! Includes 3 minifigures with weapon and accessory elements: Ant-Man, Hank Pym and Yellowjacket.
Includes 3 minifigures with weapon and accessory elements: Ant-Man, Hank Pym and Yellowjacket Flying ant features foil-like wings, head with pincers to lift Yellowjacket and posable joints Also includes Lego brick-built catapult with 2 nail elements and 2 miniature ant figures Weapon elements include Yellowjacket’s 2 stud shooters Includes Ant-Man’s Super Jumper element Flying ant measures over 2” (7cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide
Lego Ant-Man Final Battle: Set No. »
- Phil Wheat
‘Scarlett Couture #3′ Review
13 hours ago
Written and Drawn by Des Taylor | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp
Behind yet another gorgeous cover, Des Taylor enters the home stretch of his 4 issue miniseries. We get more of the same, which for me is perfectly fine. ‘Give them what they want’ seems to be Des Taylor’s theme running through this issue.
If you haven’t read the first 2 issues (and I highly recommend you should) Scarlett Carver is kind of a more glamorous version of Sydney Bristow from the spy show Alias, with a dash of Charlie’s Angels. Part secret agent, and part security chief for her family’s fashion house. The particular case she is currently investigating involves murdered supermodels, and Scarlett gets to look glamorous while kicking butt along the way. This issue sees us venture into that classic Bond locale, the underwater adventure.
Issue 3 furthers the plot slightly more than last, »
- Dean Fuller
‘Vendetta’ VOD Review
13 hours ago
Stars: Dean Cain, Paul Wight, Michael Eklund, Ben Hollingsworth, Adrian Holmes, Matthew MacCaull, Kyra Zagorsky, Aleks Paunovic, Jonathan Walker, Dee Jay Jackson, Juan Riedinger, Leo Rano, David Allan Pearson, Garfield Wilson, William Stewart | Written by Justin Shady | Directed by Jen Soska, Sylvia Soska
“Get Ready for Hell in a Cell”
The Soska Twins (American Mary) have seemingly gone from strength to strength. The pair first appeared on the radar with their film Dead Hooker in a Trunk and received great acclaim with their body modification horror, American Mary, starring Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps). Thanks to the success of that film, they have been involved in projects such as The ABC’s of Death 2 and began a relationship with WWE Films starting with quite frankly god awful See No Evil 2. It’s safe to say that the pair have made quite an impact within the horror scene within a remarkably short time, »
- Mondo Squallido