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Video of RockNRolla’s Opening Credits Doesn’t Suck

Monday, August 25 by

Reviews of Guy Ritchie's upcoming Brit crime flick are already sneaking out, but I'm refusing to read them. I'm convinced this movie is going to be his return to form and that it is possible to go back to being awesome, even after Madonna has been sucking the life out of you for the past few years. And I don't mean suck in the totally awesome way.

Sex, Drugs, and Guns: The Best Docs About The Black Market

Monday, August 25 by

Weed, porn and illegal labor alone account for more than 10% of the American economy. Add weapons manufacturing, prostitution, and other assorted drugs into the mix and you’re looking at a significant portion of every dollar spent. The “shadow economy” is very well hidden. Luckily we have films to give us an insider’s view.

Mad Men: Ep 2.05

Monday, August 25 by

Episode 5, “The New Girl” starts off with Pete Campbell and his wife at the doctor. The doc is smoking a cigarette and discussing fertility issues with the couple, who are having some trouble with making a baby.

Review: The Rocker

Monday, August 25 by

Here we are at the warm, gross dregs of the summer movie season where somewhat decent movies come to mingle with the crap, begging audiences for their money like cinematic homeless people. The Rocker is every bit as funny as Step Brothers.

The Rocker

Monday, August 25 by

20 years after he gets kicked out of his hair metal band, a drummer named Fish tries to take his nephew's band of high school kids to the top of the music world. It's a role custom made for Jack Black, but he was too busy making Tropic Thunder, so they gave it to Dwight from The Office.Director: Peter Cattaneo

Recap: Generation Kill: Episode 1.07

Monday, August 25 by

Episode: "A Bomb in the Garden." I'm a little sad that our time with recon is over, even if the last episode didn't exactly hit me with a mortar shell of awesomeness. What happened?

Bonus Features: What To Watch This Weekend

Friday, August 22 by

Last weekend was sort of lame for new releases. This weekend has a shot at redemption with four possibilities. The tee-vee also holds a little magic in the world of shows we are currently enjoying. But do yourself a favor—if you have not seen the first few episodes, make a friend with On Demand.   IN THE THEATRE

Nicolas Cage and His Hair Sign On for Kick-Ass

Friday, August 22 by

Nicolas Cage's last venture into the land of comic movies was the epicly sucky Ghost Rider, so excuse me if I'm not super excited about the upcoming, Kick-Ass. It's the story of a high school kid who turns himself into some kind of super hero. His power seems to be the ability to pick the worst super hero name of all time.

Seth Rogan Definitely Not Starring in Superman Re-Remake

Friday, August 22 by

This one is HOT off the wires people. We found out this morning that Seth Rogan is defiantly not in talks with Warner Brothers to write and star in forthcoming remake of Superman.

The Gong Show Has Found Food Network’s Next Iron Chef

Friday, August 22 by

TV chefs are pretty low on the celebrity food chain. They're just above Olympic athletes and just below those talking mannequins on The Hills. I've never quite found a way to properly articulate my feelings about the Food Network, but this guy on last night's episode of The Gong Show, nailed it.

Quantum of Solace Delayed a Week Thanks to Harry Potter

Friday, August 22 by

As if Harry Potter hadn't pissed me off enough already with his crappy movies and chubby, cape-wearing fans, now he's making us all wait an extra week for the new James Bond flick.

Review: Death Race

Friday, August 22 by

Rather than reviewing Jason Statham's latest explosion fest in my own voice, I'm going to use the voice of the frat dude that was sitting behind me at the midnight showing I attended last night. Please note that caps lock is used to emphasize both the frat guy's excitement and the movie's resemblance to a fun, 89-minute Mountain Dew commercial.

The Life & Times of Tim Videos Are Damn Funny

Thursday, August 21 by

These clips are making me giggle like a little bitch. I guess it's just right up my alleyway of awkward juvenile humor done through low rent animation. Some of the best shows have done just that. More videos after the mouse clicking.

The Life & Times of Tim

Thursday, August 21 by

Not a lot of info yet…Airs Sept 28th, 2008 @11pm on HBO

It’s Alive Trailer Is Long, Ridiculous (and a Little NSFW)

Thursday, August 21 by

If you're a young guy, babies are scary enough in the first place, but when they're evil and bloodthirsty, it almost makes you want to superglue your vas deferens shut. This is the trailer for a remake of a 1974 movie about an evil baby that eats people. The trailer itself is almost 4-minutes long and has a solid amount of gore. In fact, after the trailer you will not need to see the movie.

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