Battleship Final Trailer 2012 [HD] – Official Movie Trailer
The final trailer for Battleship – In Cinemas April 11, 2012 The Battle for Earth Begins at Sea. www.battleshipmovie.com Become a fan on Facebook www.facebook.com and follow us on Twitter twitter.com for the latest updates. Peter Berg (Hancock) produces and directs Battleship, an epic action-adventure that unfolds across the seas, in the skies and over land… Continue reading Battleship Final Trailer 2012 [HD] - Official Movie Trailer
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When Marion Crane’s blood swirled down the drain in 1960’s Psycho, it did a lot more than invigorate… Continue reading From Screams to Strength, the Evolution of the Final Girl
First the good news: “So You Think You Can Dance” has its final four dancers. Tiffany Maher, Eliana Girard, Chehon Wespi-Tschopp and Cyrus Spencer will all vie for America’s votes in next Tuesday’s (Sept. 11) performance finale.
The bad news: Witney Carson and Cole Horibe were automatically eliminated after receiving the fewest votes.
Even though America decided their fate after last week’s performance show, each… Continue reading 'So You Think You Can Dance' down to final 4
Bye Bye PSN & a Final Fantasy X Remake? – IGN Daily Fix 02.06.12
Welcome back guys and gals, IGN is here with Naomi Kyle for your Daily Fix. Square Enix explains Final Fantasy X HD and the controversial ending of FFXIII-2, PlayStation Vita gets some new features and PlayStation Network is changing to “SEN?” Find out on today’s episode! Click below for the full… Continue reading Bye Bye PSN & a Final Fantasy X Remake? - IGN Daily Fix 02.06.12
Fringe just gave Comic-Con fans a first look at its final season and the video is below (explosions!). Here’s a three-minute plus look at the ambitious fifth season of the Fox cult favorite. Also, check out EW.com’s live blog of the Fringe panel where John Noble reveals a feature film could be possible (well, creatively it’s possible I’m sure, but financially? … hmmm). Here you go…