Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie

Movies based on TV shows have been around for decades— before 1979’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture, we had such novelties as Dragnet and Our Miss Brooks in the ‘50’s and Munster Go Home! and A Man Called Flintstone in the ’60’s. But a movie based on a TV series...

I Ain't Afraid Of No Ghosts

Halloween may be just over two short months away, but Scream Factory and the Criterion Collection have already pierced the late-summer heat with two of the creepiest, chilliest ghost stories ever— John Carpenter’s low-budget supernatural yarn The Fog and Guillermo Del Toro’s art-house fable The Devil’s Backbone, both recently released...

It's The End Of The World As We Know It

With Neil Blomkamp’s Elysium topping the box-office charts this weekend, it’s time to take a quick look back at another grim (if considerably lower-budget) look at an equally dystopian future— 1975’s A Boy And His Dog, recently released for the first time on Blu-Ray from Shout Factory. Starring a very...

Not Too Different From You Or Me

This week, Shout Factory released the 27th (!) volume of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the comedicus emeritus of movie-parody shows, recently selected by Entertainment Weekly magazine as the 79th greatest television show of all time. For those not in the know, the show details a hapless flunky (show creator Joel...

Of Monsters And Men. Robots, Too.

With Guillermo Del Toro’s fantastic Pacific Rim (seriously, go see it in the biggest, loudest 3D-capable theater you can) hitting the screens this weekend, it’s time to take a look back at some of the best kaiju (Japanese for "giant monster") action available for your home video consumption. The granddaddy...

Movies Of Extraordinary Magnitude

Not one, but TWO of the funniest movies in history have just been released to Blu-Ray this week from the good people at Shout Factory and are well worth your hard-earned comedy bucks. In a week that brings you something as uninspired by Grown Ups 2 (which of course exists...

HEY HEY HEY

As a child of the ‘70’s — an era long ago before cable TV, videotapes/DVDs/Blu-Rays and videogame consoles — the “Saturday Morning Cartoon” blocks on CBS, NBC and ABC were a lifesaver. The shows ran the gamut from classic Chuck Jones “Looney Tunes” shorts to contemporary animation like “Scooby-Doo” and...

Happy Father's Day From GeekWeek

This weekend brings Father’s Day, a celebration of all that is Dad: barbecues, beer, golf, questionable taste in shirts and ties and the Manliest of all movie genres— The Western. This year, we bring you two classic, underrated Westerns, a sci-fi variant on the great genre (and its outer-space sequel)...

Next Sunday, A.D. - Mystery Science Theater 3000 Vol. XXVI

Mystery Science Theater 3000 is the granddaddy of laugh-at-the-screen comedy shows — its protégés range from the Sklar Brothers to “Doug Benson’s Comedy Interruption” to Rifftrax (complete with MST3K’s Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett and Kevin Murphy) — and Shout! Factory soldiers on with XXVI, the 26th (for those of you...

Theme Parks: First Look at Disney's STAR WARS Weekends 2013

Disney just released the first look at the lineups for this year's STAR WARS Weekends at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida. This is of course the first since Disney bought the Star Wars property and the 30th anniversary of RETURN OF THE JEDI (30 years ......

Red Band Trailer: KICK-ASS 2 Premiere - NSFW

KICK-ASS 2 will be released by Universal Pictures on August 16, 2013. I think we have a contender for the movie quote of the year ..."Yeah, there's a dog on your balls." Get More: Movie Trailers, Movies Blog

IRON MAN 3: Final Global Theatrical Trailer

2:31 of joy and goodness ... in theaters May 3, 2013 via movies.yahoo.com

110th TOY FAIR 2013 Opens In New York

Despite the weather, Toy Fair 2013 is open and I am sad I had to miss it. That being said, I will be excitedly gathering pictures over the next few days and compiling my must have toys. Already leading the pack are the BATMAN Original Series range from Mattel and...

Merry Craptacular Christmas

Christmas Eve is upon us and with it comes a cavalcade of holiday classics, cast-offs and crap. For every White Christmas, A Christmas Story or Elf, we get a dozen Lifetime movies starring Valerie Bertinelli or underwhelming big-screen fare like Deck The Halls. But it takes the discerning Christmas viewer...

MAN OF STEEL: Official Trailer

I believe we may be about to get the Superman movie we have all been waiting for ... watch, be amazed and feel free to shed a tear or two of joy.