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Check Out The Final Trailer For Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’
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Marvel's Jessica Jones

With the premiere date for Marvel’s Jessica Jones just around the corner, Netflix and Marvel are giving us one last peek into the complicated and dark world of the heroine turned private investigator. Also, David Tennant‘s Kilgrave is already making a strong case to be the best Marvel villain in the MCU, hands down.

Check out the final trailer (they’re calling it the final trailer anyways) for Jessica Jones down below. It’s heavy on the presence of Luke Cage, on Jessica’s alcohol consumption, and of course the twisted evil that is Kilgrave.

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Full Trailer For Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ Netflix Series
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Marvel Jessica Jones Netflix series Krysten Ritter

Marvel’s Jessica Jones Netflix series debuts next month, and so far, we’re seen a few teaser trailers showing us a hint of what the title character can do physically. We’ve also gotten a glimpse of David Tennant‘s villainous Purple Man.

Now, Netflix has released the full trailer for Jessica Jones.

Watch it here below!

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Teaser Trailers For Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ On Netflix
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Marvel's Jessica Jones

Netflix has released a pair of teaser trailers for Jessica Jones, their second series based on a Marvel comic following the highly successful Daredevil. An announcement trailer was released earlier in September, and some official images were also released a couple of weeks back.

The teasers are brief, but definitely offer a sample of what to expect when the series hits the streaming service later this year. You can check them both out below.

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Geek Peek: First Look At Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’
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Jessica Jones Announcement on Netflix

Netflix and Marvel have released the first batch of images for their upcoming series, Jessica Jones. Check out all the photos here below.

The show is the second of four planned series that began with Daredevil (Luke Cage is currently in pre-production, while Iron Fist has yet to be cast and find a showrunner), culminating in an ensemble series called The Defenders. These images feature Krysten Ritter as the title hero, but also reveal her fellow castmembers Rachael Taylor as Trish Walker and Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper, as well as David Tennant as Kilgrave aka The Purple Man, one of the show’s villains. There is even a look at Mike Colter as Luke Cage.

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‘A.K.A. Jessica Jones’ Adds Carrie-Anne Moss
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Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity in The Matrix

Carrie-Anne Moss, original badass of the Matrix trilogy, is the latest star-powered addition to Marvel’s upcoming A.K.A. Jessica Jones series, premiering on Netflix in 2015.

Though her character name is unreleased at this time, according to Marvel, Moss will play a “no-nonsense woman.” She’ll be a potentially powerful ally to the wounded hero Jessica Jones, and their interaction will be “one of the many highlights of the series.”

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Blu-ray Deal: ‘The Ultimate Matrix Collection’ For $25!
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The Ultimate Matrix Collection

Right now Amazon has The Ultimate Matrix Collection Blu-ray box set on sale for only $24.99 (that’s 62% off the list price of $64.99).

This set contains each film in the Matrix trilogy – The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions – along with the animated anthology movie The Animatrix. Every disc is stocked with hours of informative supplements including critic and philosopher commentaries on the three live-action films, director commentaries on several segments of The Animatrix, behind-the-scenes documentaries, briefer featurettes exploring individual aspects of the movies, scenes filmed for the Enter the Matrix video game, and more. In addition to the four movie discs, the set also comes with an additional pair of bonus discs featuring documentaries about the philosophy and science behind the Matrix trilogy, multiple still galleries including production photos, storyboards, and theatrical posters, and an extensive media gallery with every trailer and TV spot created for the release of The Matrix and its sequels.

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Netflix Review: Memento
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Geeks of Doom Netflix Streaming Review

Netflix Review: MementoMemento
Netflix Streaming
DVD | Blu-ray
Directed by Christopher Nolan
Starring Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano, Mark Boone Junior, Jorja Fox, Stephen Tobolowsky
Summit Entertainment
Originally Released: September 5, 2000

Christopher Nolan has a magnetic touch for filmmaking. His resultant products as director are always compelling viewing and – perhaps the more important aspect – make for incredible rewatchability. His movie, Memento, written by Nolan and based on a short story by his brother Jonathan Nolan, is no exception to this rule, and is conceivably one of the finest mystery and mindfuck movies ever made.

But where and how to start reviewing Memento…? I have lost count of the times I’ve watched this movie, but the convolutions throughout the plot make it exceptionally difficult to review without revealing key plot points, revelations, and, for lack of a better idiom, spoilers.

All I can really say at this point is that if you have not seen this movie before, cease reading right now and go and watch it. I mean it! Stop reading my drool here and get over to Netflix and watch the damn thing.

For those incredulous, read on, but be warned: there may be spoilers in these here waters…

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Watch Now: ‘Silent Hill: Revelation’ Trailer
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Silent Hill Revelation

Silent Hill: Revelation is just one of those films that went quietly into production. It’s been six years since the release of the first Silent Hill movie, and now we are getting a first look at its sequel. Check out the trailer below.

Plagued by nightmares of events that occurred six years ago, Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) must go back to Silent Hill to save her father and discover who she truly is. It may sound a bit existential, but when combined with some horror elements, it might be some fun to watch.

Characters from the first film like Christopher De Silva (Sean Bean), Dahlia Gillespie (Deborah Kara Unger), and Pyramid Head are all coming back, while actor Kit Harrington, who plays Jon Snow on TV’s Game Of Thrones, has been added to the cast this time around. Like most video game adaptations, there will be nods to the video game franchise that only fans will be able to recognize. The film is primarily based on the Silent Hill 3 video game.

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‘Silent Hill 2’ Adds Carrie-Anne Moss, Malcolm McDowell; Image Released
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A pair of new actors have joined the cast of Silent Hill: Revelation, the sequel to 2006’s video game adaptation, Silent Hill.

Malcolm McDowell and Carrie-Anne Moss have been added to the production, and they will be playing Leonard and Claudia Wolf. McDowell is best known for his work on the Stanley Kubrick classic A Clockwork Orange, as well as movies like Halloween (2007), Halloween II (2009), and Bolt. Moss is of course best known as Trinity in The Matrix trilogy, and has also appeared in movies like Memento, Fido, and Disturbia.

A new image for the movie has also been released, which you can see above. Continue reading for more and to read a brief synopsis of the sequel.

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Blu-Ray Review: Matrix Reloaded
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Matrix Reloaded Blu-ray DVDMatrix Reloaded
Blu-ray | DVD
Directed by The Wachowski Brothers
Starring Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Laurence Fishburne
Warner Bros Home Entertainment
Release date: September 7, 2010

Ah, remember the halcyon days of early 2003? When everyone still loved The Matrix and we all waited with anticipation to see the genius that would be Matrix Reloaded? You remember those days, don’t you, and you had bought into the hype just as much as everyone else. Nowadays, there are more people who complain about Matrix Reloaded than those who try to defend it. The Matrix trilogy has been available on Blu-ray for a number of years, and the first film has been available by itself for a while, and now Warner Bros Home Entertainment has gotten around to releasing the second movie by itself. The question you will have to answer for yourself is whether you just want to watch the first film and forget the others exist, or if you want to watch the entire trilogy as a whole.

I’m actually not as much against this movie as a lot of people are. Sure it gets a bit, shall we say, goofy towards the end, but it’s filmed with some pretty incredible and memorable action sequences. I still marvel at the execution of the highway chase scene that is very much the high point of the film. Hugo Weaving still turns in an entertaining performance as Agent Smith, and makes any scene he’s in worth watching.

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