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Blu-ray Review: ‘Dead Poets Society’

Today we take a look at a Blu-ray of one of the finest films to come out of Robin Williams’ career, Dead Poets Society, directed by Peter Weir and presented for the very first time in high-definition. Continue Reading

‘Batman: Death Wish’ Fan Film Doesn’t Miss a Face

Batman, Robin and Nightwing investigate a mysterious assailant who is targeting the kingpins of Gotham’s criminal underground. As more of the rogues gallery is ensnared, a disturbing revelation about the attacker’s identity takes shape.

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Classical Sheet Music Animated as a Virtual Rollercoaster

The following ingenious promotional video was created by the Virtual Republic production studio for the Zurich Chamber Orchestra and stems from an incredibly unique idea. The animated video visually transforms the musical notes played by the first violinist in a symphony composed by Ferdinand Ries into an exhilarating, virtual rollercoaster ride as represented by the sheet music. Continue Reading

International Poster for ‘Prometheus’ Reveals More Details

20th Century Fox has released a brand new international poster for Ridley Scott’s upcoming sci-fi epic Prometheus, starring Michael Fassbender, Charlize Therone, Idris Elba and Noomi Rapace. The new poster is actually the same shot that we were shown last month when the first teaser poster arrived, only now they’ve decided to better highlight the features of the ancient alien ‘face’ relic. Continue Reading

LEGO Parody Mocks the Voices in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’

The following parody was created by YouTube user sumkid101 and pokes fun at all of the controversy surrounding the difficulty understanding both the voicework of Batman and Bane in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight franchise.

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Incredible Zombie Makeovers of Comic and Video Game Icons

The following zombie portraits come to us courtesy of Andre De Freitas, a graphic designer from Peru. The illustrations offer some awesome-looking interpretations of some of our favorite pop culture icons, all of which have undergone some truly creepy zombie transformations.

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Comic Book Preview: ‘Infes2ation’ #1

Last year’s groundbreaking Infestation series, IDW’s first-ever event, saw many teams from multiple universes fight off a zombie invasion. Now, an even bigger threat has risen to threaten the growing IDW multiverse: Lovecraftian demons threaten to reach across time and space and destroy everyone everywhere and everywhen! Also featuring Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, this framing issue presents a threat that perhaps not even TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOEs, Danger Girl, and others can surmount!

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Special ‘Ang Pow’ Packets Being Prepared for ‘The Avengers’ in Malaysia

The following collectible ‘ang pow’ packets are currently being prepared to be given to audiences in Malaysia who purchase their tickets for The Avengers through Star Cineplex Sibu. What’s interesting about the envelopes is that we can see (despite the low quality photos) the inclusion of the Hulk standing alongside the Avengers team members. Continue Reading

‘Star Wars Uncut: Director’s Cut’ Has Been Completed!

The Star Wars Uncut: Director’s Cut project was the brainchild of Casey Pugh who enlisted the help of fans on the internet in order to assist him in re-creating the sci-fi classic, Star Wars: A New Hope, using nothing but 15-second-long clips. The progress of the unprecedented project was featured on StarWarsUncut.com and wound up capturing the interest of thousands of animators, actors and puppeteers who all contributed to the site.

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‘The Infinite’ is No More Says Rob Liefeld in Latest Tweet

Artist Rob Liefeld has confirmed that The Infinite comic series, published under the Skybound imprint of Image Comics, will no longer be continuing. The Infinite was the brainchild of Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) and artist Rob Liefeld which focused on the story of an aging freedom fighter who must travel back in time to join forces with his 20-year-old self in order to save the world. The series was ripe with sci-fi elements and, in many ways, was a solid throwback to a series that might have been published by Image in the early 1990s.

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