Welcome to the trip of a lifetime! On the premiere episode of the Earth Station Who podcast we travel back to where it all began – a London junkyard in 1963 – to review the very first Doctor Who adventure, An Unearthly Child. Join hosts Mike, Mike, and Dave and their companions Bobby Nash and Rebecca Perry for a fresh look at an old classic. It all starts here!!
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By Ashley Bergner; Source: Box Office Buzz
Even though the release date is still about two months away, I have to admit I’m already really pumped about the upcoming “Avengers” movie. The trailers being released by Marvel Studios just keep getting better and better, and though of course it’s still too soon to call it, I’m guessing “The Avengers” is going to be one of this summer’s most epic action movies.
You’ve gotta respect a guy who can come up with a theme and consitently crank out content. I respect Scott C. so much that I’m making his site The Great Showdowns the Web Pick of the Week!
The premise is simple enough. Scott C. highlights two characters or groups from iconic films and paints them facing off. The site has been around a while, so many of the blockbusters you’d expect have been covered, but that hasn’t stopped him from finding very recognizable showdowns to feature.
The art itself isn’t ready for primetime, but I like it. Scott C. has the style of an elementary school watercolor prodigy. As per usual, I’ll let the product speak for itself.
Warning: This article contains spoilers about last night’s season finale of “The Walking Dead.”
In the aftermath of the bloody Season 2 finale of “The Walking Dead,” AMC has announced the casting of “Treme” actress >Danai Gurira as Michonne, the sword-wielding heroine of the long-running horror comic.
The news comes less than a month after the addition of veteran English actor David Morrissey (“Doctor Who,” “State of Play”) as The Governor, the ruthless dictator of Woodbury, Georgia. The two fan-favorite-characters play central roles in the third season of the hit television series as the survivors move from Hershel Greene’s farm to, presumably, The Prison. Continue reading →
Oh, Michael Bay. Already the bane of most fanboys for his explosively ridiculous (literally) Transformers film series, the blockbuster producer has now teased some upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tweaks that will likely merit even more scorn from sci-fi fans. Namely, they won’t actually be mutants anymore. Huh?
Bay is directing the new live-action Ninja Turtles film (not to be confused with the weirdly cute new TV series) and spilled a bit about the project at a recent Nickelodeon event. It’s safe to say that at least one choice comment about his take on the revered tale of mutated sewer turtles with an odd affection for pizza will likely not sit well with fans. Continue reading →