'Bloodsport' Gets The 'Mortal Kombat' Remix

Flawless Video. Wow! Bloodsport loans itself so well to Mortal Kombat. Now get to work on a sequel with Universal Soldier Dolph Lundgren as Cyrax. (Obvious Winner)

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The Mortal Kombat spec short that appeared online, seemingly out of nowhere, is laying the ground work for a 10-episode web series. The Mortal Kombat spec short that appeared online, seemingly out of nowhere, makes a little bit more sense now. However, Bloody Disgusting has the tip on exactly what it was and where it will go. Apparently, that bad-ass short was a primer for a 10-episode web series that is scheduled to start filming in Vancouver in February. Vancouver's beautiful in late winter, so at the very least the cast and crew will get to enjoy some Yukon beauty. The spec short was made for $7,500, with much of the cast and crew's time donated to the cause. Michael Jai White will be continuing his character from the spec throughout the series. As disposable as most video game film franchises are, especially those from a concept that peaked in popularity in 1994, the spec job looked pretty amazing, so bring on the webisodes. As for the R-rated feature reboot, it's unclear how this project will affect that development, if at all. The cast of characters is expected to include Shang Tsung, Liu Kang, Sub Zero, Durak, Kabal, Kitana/Mileena, and Scorpion. If you have no idea who these people are, ask your 11 year-old self. I'm sure he remembers. Cross your fingers that the producers go overbudget by getting a little overzealous with wanton use of ripped-out spines.


There's So Much Awesome In The Full 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Trailer

More please. The full-length Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer flew into our homes last night like some kind of flying disc and with it a better introduction to The Winter Soldier and Falcon. Here we see Cap adjusting to modern day and testing the limits of his shield against advanced weapons technology as well as the 1990's Mortal Kombat 2 technology. He's the world's only hope against the uprise of the robot arms.


Set Aside Four Minutes To Watch This 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' Clip

Looks like it took on some elements of 'Bourne'. One of the most anticipated films of the year is inching its way to theaters, and we've got an early four-minute look at what we're in for with Captain America: Winter Soldier. It's nothing unexpected or surprising, but it looks pretty fun nonetheless, and it seems to be even more stylized than the original. So take a gander, and see if the slightly new direction this franchise has taken makes it more or less appealing to you. If you're a fan of the Marvel universe, though, you've probably already made up your mind.


Chuck Norris Does The Jean-Claude Van Damme Video

His beard has it's own beard. Or fists. Or something. I forget. The greatest Christmas gift of all isn't just a Chuck Norris video. It's a Chuck Norris video that upstages something Jean-Claude Van Damme did for Volvo. Why? I have no idea, but it's a slow news day, so we're trumping up the few posts we're making in a "run out the clock"-type situation that has us counting down until it's egg nog time. You know what? Screw it. It's egg nog time now. Merry Chuckmas, and Happy Norriskuh.


'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' Rolls Out An Awesome Trailer

'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' looks like it will be this year's best film about British guys not trusting one another. From the looks of this new trailer, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy looks like it will be this year's best film about British guys not trusting one another. Set during the Cold War, Gary Oldman stars as a former MI6 agent to root out a mole in the upper echelons of the agency. Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong,  Toby Jones, John Hurt, Stephen Graham also star. The earlier teaser focused on Cumberbatch's character whereas this one centers more on Tom Hardy, who first learns of the double-agent and brings the information to the organization. But can he be trusted? I say just fire the whole lot of them.