Yep. I’m a jumpin’ on that bandwagon and throwing out my prognostications for the winners of tonights big baldies. I’m kind of curious what kind of ass-backwards shenanigans they have planned to ‘rejuvinate’ the telecast, but I also have great hopes for Hugh Jackman as host, having seen what kind of effusive, jovial and highly talented showman he is. Hopefully they...[Read More]
The Cosby Show: 25th Anniversay Commemorative Edition All 8 Seasons Back Cover The Huxtables are back! One of the most popular shows in the history of television is now available in one amazing box set. Relive all your favorite moments from the show that TV Guide says, almost single-handedly revived the sitcom. The Cosby Show regularly appears in lists of the greatest shows of all time, yet it re...[Read More]
With the impending reboot of the Star Trek franchise ready to leave orbit this May with a new movie detailing how the original crew came together, Paramount/CBS is using this event to put all the original Star Trek material out on Blu-ray.
*cough-cough* *hack-hack*. Choke is out on DVD tomorrow and we’ve got an exclusive clip for Eye Crave Network readers… Synopsis: A Knockout Comedy from the Author of FIGHT CLUB is now a must-own DVD! Based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club), Choke is a dark and wickedly funny joyride from the depths of sexual compulsion to the heights of the Second Coming! Beside working at a...[Read More]
AMERICAN SCARY is “a nostalgic homage to the glory days of the late night horror shows”, from the legendary Zacherley and Vampira, through Ghoulardi and Svenghoolie all the way up to Elvira and Joe Bob Briggs in the 80’s and on to the latest crop of ‘fright night’ hosts like Professor Anton, Son of Ghoul, Joel Hodgson from MST3K, and even author Neil Gaiman, who hosted a series on Fox Movie Channe...[Read More]
Jack Harlan is a Canadian folk-rocker who has made his way from coast to coast, starting in Calgary, dominating the Vancouver scene and slowly moving east until landing in Ontario, where he now steadily works both sides of the falls and has become invested in US culture as much as in his native Canadiana. On LOVE COME AROUND, Harlan’s fifth album and third indie release, his down-home folk sensibi...[Read More]
DVD New Releases – February 10, 2009 A ton of releases including new editions of BACK TO THE FUTURE trilogy, Josh Brolin as W… TV faves like SIMON & SIMON and FAERIE TALE THEATRE… RAGING BULL and AMADEUS on BluRay… And the raging Thai martial arts craziness of CHOCOLATE
Studio: Fox Home Entertainment Starring: Vin Diesel, Michelle Yeoh and Mélanie ThierryDirected by: Mathieu Kassovitz Running Time: 101 minutesRatings: Unrated / 14A Canada Movie Review The premise behind Babylon A.D. seemed solid, but according the director certain people stuck their hands in the pot and started making changes and cutting stuff out that would have probably been beneficial to the m...[Read More]
Studio: DreamWorks SKG Starring: Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett Smith, David Schwimmer, Alec Baldwin, Bernie Mac and Sacha Baron CohenDirected by: Eric Darnell and Tom McGrath Running Time: 89 minutes Ratings: PG USA/Canada Movie Review For Christmas my 6-year-old bought me a stuffed ‘Alex’ from Madagascar 2. On Christmas day I played it up running around with the 3-foot Alex do...[Read More]
DVD New Releases – February 3, 2009 Including a new wave of I LOVE 80’S selections, ZACK & MIRI MAKE A PORNO, a whole shlamozzle of original recipe FRIDAY THE 13th craziness, NICK & NORAH, New collections for Alec Guinness, Natalie Wood and the almighty Peter Sellers… And the return of AFRO SAMURAI!
Here are 6 Matrix, errr, G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra posters. The movie stars Channing Tatum, Dennis Quaid, Sienna Miller, Ray Park, Marlon Wayans, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
May 22nd is no longer that far away. In fact, at the pace the first month of 2009 just whipped by it feels as though Terminator Salvation is just around the corner. I must admit that I had my doubts about this picture, I’m sure, along with every other Terminator fan once McG was announced as director.