Monsterquest – The Fascinating World of Cryptozoology

Why is Monsterquest so popular? This is because people are fascinated by these mysterious and often frightening creatures. Danger and fear surround them and they are often huge animals. People really want to believe that there are strange and wondrous animals out there.

The Kids TV Shows of the 80s and 90s

I can remember in the 80s and most of the 90s TV been the most important thing in my life. I would get home from school and I would watch Rainbow and He man. Then I would change the channel to the BBC and see what was on there.

Soap Opera Awards

The soap opera awards gained popularity and it was in 1984 that the name was changed to the Soap Opera Awards. They came with 25 categories in all and had their own show dedicated to them.

Breakthrough Software Exposes Thousands of International Satellite TV Channels

The world has become a global market enabling people to work in other countries while still catching the local news from their home country online. As a result of this movement broadcast companies have recognized the demand for International Satellite TV Channels and have rapidly begun to make available online.

The Dark Knight is Intense!

Director Christopher Nolan breathed new life into the Batman franchise with Batman Begins. Now, with The Dark Knight, he has give movie goers the greatest comic book film of all time!

Hellboy II – The Golden Army

Hellboy II: The Golden Army surpasses the original Hellboy (2004) in many important ways. It has more heart, more character, and a story conflict that isn’t easily resolved with nothing but violence. There are lots of fighting, make up art and cool special effects, but that’s not the essence this time around.

The Increasing Significance of Movie Trailers

Get to know about the best places on the net to watch all the trailers of all the latest releases in Hollywood! Catch all the action!

Famous Wedding Movies – “Father of the Bride”

One of the most delightful movies about weddings is the 1991 hit Father of the Bride starring Steve Martin. The movie tells the tale of a loving dad who nearly loses his mind during the planning of his daughter’s wedding.

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” Ends Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Western Trilogy

From virtually no acclaim at the time, Sergio Leone’s “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” is now regarded as a classic by many critics. It was part of Time’s “100 Greatest Movies” of the last century, and it is one of the few films which enjoy a 100% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes (rottentomatoes.com). The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is currently ranked no less than 5th among the Internet Movie Database Top 250, all of which is not too shabby for an Italian guy directing an American Western.

Four Easy Steps to Organizing Your Film Shoot

Most amateur filmmakers make the same old mistakes, what’s worse is, they are so used to making their short films the way they do because they fail to realize what it is they did wrong. Avoid these mistakes by keeping to the four steps to remember, in this article.

The Bucket List (2008)

The Bucket List is one of the best movies of 2008, and it would be cruel not to give it an Oscar award. It teaches viewers how to make the best out of any situation, even a tragic illness like brain cancer. The Bucket List features 2 of the best and most experienced actors in Hollywood (Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson), and the chemistry between the two is marvelous. Some of the recurring themes throughout the movie are living for the present (having fun in the current moment); appreciating the little things in your daily life, while not worrying about what happens in the future. The work that was put into making the movie was tremendous, and it shows during the presentation.

The Phenomenon of Utopia Inside Anime

By watching animes through tv or the internet you’ll realize that the theme of Utopia seems to be the focus of a ton of animes. Why is that and what is it? Through this article I will unlock the mystery behind it.