What’s Happening to Jennifer’s Body? A Warning

Warning: DO NOT get into the van with the blacked-out windows. I don’t care how cool and sexy the boys in the emo band are and how much you want to make out with the lead singer you’ve been stalking.

Die Hard Movie Collection Released in Blu-Ray

Die Hard is the renowned action packed series of Bruce Willis as the New York Cop John McClane. This movie is one of the best action films of the past 25 years. All the movies of the Die Hard series are now released in DVD and Blu-Ray discs.

Create a Home Movie Theater For Your Child’s Birthday Party

There was a time when it was popular and affordable to take your child and all their friends to a group activity such as bowling, roller skating, or the movies for their birthday celebration. As your kids got older, these activities were a fun and more “grown-up” alternative to the at-home birthday parties they were used to during their younger years, where a birthday cake and pin the tail on the donkey were enough for them.

3 Reasons Why You Should Use Motion Backgrounds and Countdown Videos For Churches and Businesses

Whether you’re meeting to worship the Lord as a church or making a business presentation, animated motion backgrounds can do wonders for your message! Here are three reasons why you should consider these easy to use, purchase, and download videos from sources.

How Does 3D Technology Work?

To understand how 3D technology works; we must first understand how human sight works. Humans have two eyes approximately 3 inches apart. This distance creates two slightly different images. These images are transmitted to the brain and then the brain will create a space in where distance and depth can be perceived.

The Road to Hell is Paved With Hugh Jackman’s Letter of Intent

There really is no benefit to seeking letters of intent from actors (or their reps). Producers hate asking for them, reps hate writing them, and financiers ignore them. They’re usually out of date. They’re not binding, nor are they conditional to anything that’s relevant. And yet, they still rampantly persist within indie producing and packaging.

Film Review – The Book of Eli

The Hughes Brothers are back with a post-apocalyptic adventure film. Although it’s better than their last effort, From Hell, this one wasn’t quite as much fun as I hoped it would be. Washington and Oldman both perform as well as expected here, but the story really didn’t give them all that much to work with.

The History of 3D Technology

3D technology can be traced all the way back to the beginning of photography. In 1844 David Brewster invented the Stereoscope. It was a new invention that could take photographic images in 3D. Later, Louis Jules Duboscq took that invention and improved on it. Louis took a picture of Queen Victoria using the improved technology and displayed it at the Great Exhibition in 1851.

Review – Heroes – Shadowboxing

We’re back in the present this week on NBC’s “Heroes,” and the episode, “Shadowboxing,” brings back some action. Claire tries to cover up what should have been a scavenger hunt massacre.

Film Review – From Paris With Love

Borderline crap-fest. John Travolta and Jonathon Rhys Meyers star in what’s supposed to be an action-comedy. Directed by Pierre Morel (Taken), Meyers plays a spy named James Reese, who wants more work in the field.

Review – Heroes – Brother’s Keeper

Hiro is back in this week’s episode of NBC’s Heroes. Hiro keeps this TV series realistic. In nearly every program he’s in, he proves that good intentions don’t always get good results.

Teen Patti – Not a Game Anymore

The famous household game would be more than a game this time around as Teen Patti, which is directed by Leena Yadav, is all set to hit the cinemas later in February. The film has an ensemble cast with legendary Amitabh Bachchan and Sir Ben Kingsley starring in pivotal roles. The film also has R Madhvan, who is basking in glory after the grand success of Three Idiots, in a crucial role.