Following the death of acclaimed British actor John Hurt, David reviews one his most iconic performances – the severely deformed John Merrick in David Lynch’s Oscar-nominated drama, The Elephant Man.
To be honest this is the first time I’ve ever played a Splatoon game, as I don’t have a WiiU. The motion controls completely threw me off in the first match, so I definitely had to change them.View full post
In this episode, Attack Slug attempts to teach Grim how to play Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands.View full post
I was downright embarrassed by my old CED Player (see the CED episode). Obviously, an upgrade was in order.View full post
It’s time to conclude our tirade trilogy with the Japanese edition of Pissed off Programmer Rants!View full post
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After giving it a full review several years ago, David revisits “Weird Al” Yankovic’s 1989 cult classic comedy UHF, only this time he’ll review the film’s 2014 Blu-Ray release.
To celebrate the recent release of The Lego Batman Movie, David counts down his top ten favorite animated Batman films!
David’s series of bite-size movie reviews returns with a 90-second look at the obscure 1978 made-for-TV thriller Someone’s Watching Me, which was written and directed by horror master John Carpenter and is a stylistic precursor to his suspenseful slasher-piece Halloween.
Thirty years ago, horror master Stephen King created one of pop culture’s scariest clowns in his terrifying 1986 novel, It, and in this episode, David revisits the original 1990 made-for-TV miniseries that has since become a cult classic, and briefly discusses the development of the brand new remake coming in 2017.
David returns from an extended hiatus with a rather appropriate review of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, the epic animated adaptation of Frank Miller’s seminal graphic novel where a seasoned Batman comes out of retirement, and because Miller’s book heavily influenced the tone of the controversial blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, David will …
In May of 2012, Marvel Studios broke box-office records and exceeded all expectations with The Avengers, a virtually unprecedented crossover film event that brought together the lead characters from four separate superhero franchises in a fun and surprisingly cohesive way thanks to a sharp script and tight direction from geek darling Joss Whedon.