World War Z Review: More Than Just An Excuse To Capitalize On The Zombie Craze

World War Z successfully blends big budget and B-Horror into one package. As most know, the film is based on the novel by Max Brooks, son of comedy legend Mel Brooks. His literary work became an instant classic and spawned a series of “How to Survive Zombies” books. This novel caused some problems as the…

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Remembering James Gandolfini

Actor James Gandolfini died yesterday, June 19, 2013, in Rome Italy. News reports claim that Gandolfini, 51, passed of a heart attack while on vacation with his family. Gandolfini was best known for his role as the deep thinking and pro-therapy Don of the Soprano family. James holds three Emmy awards for his portrayal of HBO’s…

Sony’s Getting Bold With Spider-Man Sequel Announcements

Don’t get ahead of yourself, Sony, because you might start swinging on the web and realize that it’s not attached to anything. Sony recently announced two more Amazing Spider-Man movies to follow the current sequel set for May 2, 2014. This is a bold move given the results of the previous Spider-Man incarnation. Tobey Maguire looked…

Breaking Amish Gives You A Hard To Find Reason To Watch TLC

Holy no electricity Batman, the Amish have a television show! Yes, my jest aside, it is true these humble folk decided they wanted a slice of the always classy, never insincere, entertainment world. Having completed one full season, TLC has decided to renew the show and a whole new band of innocents get to venture…