Scott Pilgrim Review

In the past few years the Hollywood interest in comic book films has continued to crescendo with huge critical and financial successes such as the Spiderman, Iron Man, and Batman franchises. Aside from being overly saturated by testosterone, such hits have lined summers with blockbuster after blockbuster by sticking to a generic story telling structure of origin stories and world threatening conflict to provide enough action to coerce the adrenaline to come out and frolic.

The Secret of Hollywood

What do you imagine when you hear or read the word “Hollywood”? I immediately think “glamour”.

Are Flat Screen TVs Worth the Money?

When my CRT television finally stopped working properly, I knew that I would have to buy a new one. After all, television is an important part of our society. But one big question came into my mind: Should I buy another CRT television, or should I buy one of the newer flat screen TVs?

Jimmy Stewart – The Truth Behind the Legend

In a career which lasted over 60 years James Stewart starred in some of the biggest and most popular movies ever made such as “The Philadelphia Story” and “It’s a Wonderful Life”. In Michael Munn’s book “Jimmy Stewart: The Truth Behind The Legend” he explores both the career of James Stewart as well as his private life, his love of flying and his long lasting relationship with his wife Gloria.

Google TV is Coming

Google, the world’s most popular search engine and owner of YouTube and Google Chrome is set to to let loose its next offering – Google TV. It’s designed to bring together the television and the internet in people’s homes.

Forbidden Planet

Based loosely on William Shakespeare’s the Tempest, Forbidden Planet, released in 1956, marked a leap in the presentation of Sci-Fi on the silver screen. Yes there had been movies, which tried to do “serious” sci-fi but none had the scope or ambition of Forbidden Planet, and most lingered in relative obscurity, condemned under the title, B-movies. Forbidden planet was different.

Star Trek, Religion, and the Borg – Resistance is Futile

RESISTANCE IS FUTILE. Most of you probably know these words by heart. When you hear them you think of one thing only. THE BORG ARE COMING.

War of the Worlds 1953

The War of the Worlds was released in 1953, being the first on-screen depiction of the H. G. Wells classic novel of the same name. Produced by George Pal and directed by Byron Haskin from a script by Barre Lyndon, it was a box office hit, mainly for its (then) innovative special effects. And it’s those effects that stay with you more than the script or acting.

Sci-Fi – Psychological Or Action?

Science Fiction movies has always oscillated between the action an the psychological. There’s fans of both, but honestly, Sci-Fi has always been about making you think.

Twilight Sagas Without Kristen Stewart?

Article will depict how Twilight would have been looked like without the presence of Kristen Stewart. Reason is, the movie was firstly offered to another actress of Hollywood.

Which Notable Bald-Headed Women Were Really Bald?

With the growing number of celebrities opting to go bald for one reason or another, we see the words “shaved” and “bald” used an awful lot. But the head in question might not be bald at all. Look at this assortment of bald female celebrities and decide for yourself who was bald and who wasn’t.

Louise Brooks

Louise Brooks was easily the most recognizable flapper at the peak of her popularity, in the 1920s. She was an actress, model, and dancer.