Oh no, we just realized something: There’s only one week left in our Top 100 Everything of 2011 countdown! It’s been so much fun, maybe we should do this all year long in 2012? Let’s see, 52 weeks in a year, 50 items a week, that’s… TV.com’s Top 2,600 Everything! Consider it done. J/K, it will NOT be done, but even if it were done, Whitney probably still wouldn’t make… Continue reading TV.com's Top 100 Everything of 2011, Vol. 6: Items 50-41
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We’re almost at the halfway point of our Top 100 Everything of 2011! It’s always important to take proper care of yourself when reading a Top 100 list, and the things people overlook the most are the most important things! So once you finish today’s installment, make sure you do plenty of stretches and hydrate yourself. We don’t want anyone to pull a muscle. Okay, deep breath, and let’s get… Continue reading TV.com's Top 100 Everything of 2011, Vol. 5: Items 60-51
Back in August, the Alamo Drafthouse held a very special, 35mm screening of Jurassic Park. They created a special poster available only at the event and they flew in Phil Tippett, one of the effects masterminds responsible for bringing the film’s dinosaurs to life, to do a Q&A after the film. It was a helluva time and just another notch on the ever expanding… Continue reading Dialogue: Phil Tippett on the Film Industry and Everything From 'Jurassic Park 4' to 'E.T. 2' to Philip Kaufman's 'Hemingway'
Usually, when writing about a new movie, it’s customary to provide a plot summary and any other important information at the top of your piece. When talking about this weekend’s ‘The Thing,’ however… eh, what’s the point? If you’re really interested in seeing ‘The Thing,’ you can stay in this weekend and watch it on DVD; it was made in 1982 by John Carpenter (itself an entirely radical new interpretation… Continue reading Why 'The Thing' Is Everything Wrong With Modern Hollywood
Review in a Hurry: In the near future, remote-controlled machines have replaced human boxers, and Hugh Jackman is gonna rock ‘em sock ‘em! This tale of a father and his way estranged son sports bold visuals and crazy loud sound FX, but the metal-on-metal violence is mostly kid-friendly.