Dredd star Karl Urban took a moment while at Emerald City Comic Con to urge fans to sign a petition and like the “Make a Dredd Sequel” Facebook page. Urban has not been ashamed to admit his love for the severely overlooked 2012 film in which he starred as the titular character. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics.
You can read more about the push for a sequel, find out where you can help, and watch the video of Urban urging fans below.
Welcome to another Trailer Review wherein I playfully dissect movie trailers and give you serious reasons I would watch or not watch the movie they’re selling.
Today’s focus is on the recently released trailer for Lucy starring Scarlett Johansson in the lead role and Morgan Freeman on backup. Lucy is the product of writer/director Luc Besson’s creative genius. Most movie savvy geeks know Besson as the director/writer of Nikita, Leon: The Professional, and The Fifth Element.
Take a peek below the cut to view all of what his latest woman of action flick has to offer.
Whenever one talks about the Untitled Web Series About a Space Traveler Who Can Also Travel Through Time one must always remember the question is never “where?” but “when?” So when Travis Richey dropped an Indiegogo video call-to-action on his YouTube, you know what question fell from the tip of my tongue. And when I learned that season two of said series would, in fact, be an honest to geekness movie complete with two famous doctors from long-standing science fiction TV series my question shifted from “when?!” to “GTFO!”
For more info, some videos, and to find out the answer to my questions and the names of the famous cameo doctors, you must drop below the cut.
Nerd-Rock band Kirby Krackle released a brand new single a few weeks ago. This latest cut is a nerd-rock version of The Lego Movie‘s dangerously catchy tune, “Everything is Awesome!!!” The album features cover art by Dean Trippe (full cover below).
This version of “Everything is Awesome!!!” name drops comic creators, Doctor Who, and other geekly trappings. Drop below the cut to give it a listen and find out where you can download the track.
Of all the Batman vs. Your Favorite Fictional Universe fan projects to be released, this one is the latest. Actually, I’m underselling this project by a lot because it’s actually pretty badass.
Out there in the vast YouTube wasteland sprouts the animated creative flower that is Batman vs The Terminator. The original concept is by Tony Guerrero with original music by Noir Deco and animation/sound editing by Mitchell Hammond. I did a little digging and found Hammond has a blog wherein he details some of the process in creating this gem of a short film.
But don’t take my word for its awesomeness. Drop below the cut to get a synopsis and five minutes of well done fan-made entertainment.