4 items from 2010
I blame the heat and nothing good in theaters but for the holdovers from previous weeks (go see Winter's Bone, I Am Love, Toy Story 3 and I Am Love if you haven't. Uh... I Am Love you're required to see twice, apparently -- Freudian typo!) for this week's Towleroad article. After assessing the Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man announcement I obsess over the Year in Screen Hotties (thus far).
Since Towleroad is all about the Gay the list is men but since I'm an actressexual and since all the best people are at least bi-curious when it comes to the movies, you know I can't ignore the silver screen sirens. I haven't seen all of these movie but here's an incomplete overview of the year thus far.
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Are you bored of the same old TV shows? Tired of the mainstream? Then check out this round-up of alternative movies and series showing on UK television tonight…
8.00pm Freddy’s Nightmares (Horror Channel)
Haunting series featuring surreal nightmares. Judy Miller is desperate to win the lottery, so much so that her greed could be her undoing. Season One, episode 5.
9.00pm The Pacific (Sky Movies Premiere / Premiere HD)
Part Nine: As the Japanese forces are pushed back towards their homeland, Sledge and his comrades face the fiercest fighting yet on the war-ravaged island of Okinawa.
10.00pm Demolition Man (Sky Movies Action & Thriller)
Frozen in 1996, Simon Phoenix a convicted killer is ‘thawed’ pending parole some time in the 21st century. Revived into a crime free society, Phoenix resumes his murderous rampage, and no one can stop him. Spartan, the cop who captured Phoenix in 1996 has also been cryogenically frozen, this time »
After a short hiatus, Top Ten Tuesdays are back… “With a Vengeance!” Sorry, we just couldn’t help ourselves. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is in honor of Kevin Smith’s newest movie, Cop Out, a buddy cop action-comedy. Regardless of whether you’re eagerly anticipating this film, directed but not written by Kevin Smith, or eagerly trying to avoid acknowledging its existence, we’ve thrown together our own list of the Top Ten Worst Buddy Cop Movies of all-time!
10. Collision Course
If I were to tell you that in the late ’80s, someone had the bright idea of teaming Jay Leno with Pat Morita for a buddy cop comedy, you’d probably think I was nuts. But, then, you would check IMDb, look up Collision Course, and be subject to information on one of the worst ideas in motion picture history. Not only is this film not exciting. »
- Movie Geeks
This week on The Flickcast Chris and Matt are joined by resident gaming expert John Carle for another round of discussions and debate. This week’s topics include the rather lame Superbowl ads, Smallville: Absolute Justice, Avatar being dethroned by Dear John, Betty White hosting Saturday Night Live, Microsoft stopping XBox Live for original XBox, reboots of Daredevil and The Thing and upcoming games such as Mass Effect 2 and the future of console gaming.
The boys also made some great picks this week including John’s pick of the animated X-Men series, Matt’s pick of Double Team with Jean Claude Van Damme and Mickey Rourke and Chris’ pick of John Carpenter’s 1982 horror/sci-fi classic The Thing.
As usual, if you have any comments, questions, critiques or offers of sponsorship, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitterand at Facebook, MySpace or via email. »
- Joe Gillis
4 items from 2010
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