A new month means a new batch of geekery hitting shelves (and theaters), and April is no different. This time around, The Geek Beat has stolen Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth’s What-If Machine to pull in highlights from an alternate dimension, showing us what’s happened to some of our favorite movies, characters, and comics in alternate realities.
From Condorman spinoffs to Total Recall merch, life may actually be… Continue reading The Geek Beat: An 'Oregon Trail' Movie And More Unbelievable Stuff We Wish Was Real
With the exception of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, July is a relatively quiet month for high-profile movies from the geekier side of Hollywood, but you should probably consider this the calm before the storm, given next month’s rush of big-budget, highly anticipated films.
Of course, next month’s big movies are this month’s big comics, toys and other items launched ahead of a film’s arrival in… Continue reading The Geek Beat: Batman's 75th, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Gear, and More Stuff to Look for in July
“You know I’ve often wondered why it is we have children and the conclusion I’ve come to is we want someone to get it right this time. But not me. Personally, speaking I can’t wait to watch life tear you apart,” begins a terrifying Nicole Kidman in the new trailer for “Stoker.”
“Oldboy” director Park Chan-wook follows a young girl, India, (Mia Wasikowska) who has recently lost her father “by a… Continue reading 'Stoker' Trailer: Nicole Kidman Flick Is The Stuff Of Nightmares (VIDEO)
Not everyone has the time or patience to watch all 12 hours of Oscar programming. If you were one of those people who tuned in right as the ceremony was starting and skipped every commercial break to check in on the NBA All-Star game score, then you most likely missed some of Oscar’s other best moments, most notably Sacha Baron Cohen’s appearance as his Dictator character (which almost… Continue reading The 2012 Oscars Stuff You Missed: Sacha Baron Cohen, Smart TV, Diet Coke, Wes Anderson's Commercials and More
So here we are on the precipice of awards season and things are about to kick into high gear. New York critics will soon speak up, as will the “please-come-to-our-party” invitation winners from the National Board of Review. And we have one more category to speculate upon before we start officially locking in nominees and declaring others in real trouble of being overlooked. There has been a chicken-and-egg factor