Check out this great infographic that was sent to us from the team over at Direct2TV. They’ve pitted the stars who’ve portrayed some of the biggest comic-book heroes on film against each other! Pretty good AND informative if you ask me! What do you think? Any others not portrayed here you’d like to see/point out?
We have our first look at Smaug. Continue reading FINALLY The Trailer For ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ is here!
Last night I was in the presence of Film and Martial Arts greatness. Jackie Chan was at the Lincoln Film Center presenting his new movie Chinese Zodiac. In my teens and throughout my 20’s Jackie Chan was one of my heroes. His talents in Martial Arts and Comedy combined together to make one of the greatest entertainers to appear in our life time. His charm and comedic timing showed up on stage last night to create an awesome evening for all in attendance.
We’ve had two “Lost Episodes”…now, just one..BEHOLD!! EPISODE 7 IS HERE!!! (episode 9 is likely far off if it ever comes, haha) This episode, Chris sits down with new(er) Nerd-Base contributor, old friend, and regular member of the Digital Press Podcast and Video Game History Museum, Frankie Viturello! Continue reading Nerd-base Podcast 7 – Hobbity Euphemisms And Tearful Cinema
A few weeks ago Microsoft finally announced the successor to the Xbox 360. The new console, the Xbox One, is slated for release later this year. I’ve been a diehard Xbox fan since the original Xbox for a few reasons including the size of their controllers over Sony’s Dual Shock controllers. That all being said, MS might be pushing me towards using Sony’s small controllers with their 24 hour connectivity checks.
It’s like a super group! A dream team! For the first time we have the whole regular podcast crew together on one extra long show!! Dave, Rishard, Brian, & Chris all laughing and talking over each other’s crazy, nerdlicious musings!! Okay, the show didn’t go long because we were Continue reading Nerd-Base Podcast 10 – The One That Didn’t Get Away
Rurouni Kenshin is my favorite anime of all time so warning – this may be a slightly biased movie review. Having said that, I am also a purist and can dole out serious criticism. For instance:
Rurouni Kenshin is a good movie with some great qualities. It respects the manga and anime by staying faithful to the main story, good acting, awesome action, and most of all, brilliant casting… but I’ll get back to that in a minute.
The basic story centers on Kenshin, a ronin repenting from his years as a master killer at the end of the Tokugawa era, about ten years Continue reading Rurouni Kenshin