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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
On June 24th, 1987, one of Mel Brooks' absolute BEST films was released: Spaceballs -- the Hyperbole!  Spaceballs has just celebrated its 30th anniversary this year! It is is the story of Princess Vespa, who is engaged to the boring Prince Valium (a real pill), who takes a powder on her wedding day. She brings along her trusty android Dot Matrix, as she drives her Mercades spaceship past The Planet Druidian air shields and away! Read more...
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Thursday, 17 July 2014 08:45
admin-ajax.phpSnowpiercer, an adaptation of the graphic novel Le Transperceneige by ambitious director Joon-ho Bong, has had a very troubled history on its way to the silver screen. From the Weinsteins wanting a shorter cut and opening and closing monologues being added to the film receiving only a limited release, this movie has had controversy written all over it. However, curious moviegoers shouldn’t let the negative aura around it scare them away from seeing the movie as it’s one of my favorite movies of the summer and is a movie that is filled with good ideas and one in which you don’t have to turn your brain off to enjoy. Snowpiercer follows a failed global warming experiment that has killed almost all life on Earth by plunging the Earth into another Ice Age. For the lucky few survivors, the only sanctuary they have is aboard the Snowpiercer, a train that travels around the globe, which has a class system installed with the poor being relegated to the back of the train while the upper class occupy the front. The poor led by Curtis Everett (Chris Evans) and his mentor Gilliam (John Hurt) plan an uprising that could turn the tide in this class system, but also greatly thin the ranks of both elite and poor on the train.   Read more...
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Wednesday, 26 March 2014 08:56
o-HERCULES-TRAILER-facebookWhen it comes to epic heroes, you can't get more epic than Hercules! And now, the latest film featuring Zeus' favorite son stars the most bankable action star in the world right now, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson! This iteration of the classic hero is based on the Hercules: Thracian Wars comic books by Radical Publishing and focuses on the early days of Hercules and how he became the greatest legend of them all! The film also stars Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, Irina Shayk (NOW I got your attention, boys!), John Hurt, Rufus Sewell and Rock's fellow WWE Superstar (and his cousin), Tamina Snuka in her feature film debut! Read more...
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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 07:49
“I’ve been running all my lives, through time and space” It’s weird to think that a show once considered to be at the height of ‘geekiness’ has now become synonymous with British Culture. Doctor Who is as important a part of our cultural heritage as the Royal Family is and rightly so being one of the longest running genre show’s ever on TV. November 23 rd 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of the show that made the nation hide behind the sofa and the world chant “Exterminate!” the-day-of-the-doctor-600x360 In honour of such an achievement, the BBC celebrated by giving us The Day of the Doctor – a 50th anniversary spectacular that was set to blow the minds and capture the imaginations of Whovians, children and the passing viewer alike. There have been few television events that have brought the country – if not the world with the episode debuting simultaneously around the globe – together in such a fashion. For the first time ever, a genre show was propelled into the public consciousness in the same fashion as the Royal Wedding or the World Cup.   Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 21 October 2013 12:03
ed9f_doctor_who_christmas_ornamentsAs Christmas slowly continues to approach, most of us would be concerned with our shopping lists. Don’t worry with all the hassle of venturing outdoors – here at eXpertComics.com, we’ve got that covered with every manner of treat available for the discerning comic book fan! That gives you more time to relax in front of the TV and check out the latest episodes of your favourite shows! Last week, we looked at some gruesome entries in the season’s calendar but if you want robots, aliens and more then we’ve got that covered for you too! The show I’m most looking forward to returning this year is – and I have no doubt you were expecting this – Doctor Who. The 50th anniversary special looms ever closer and is set to blow our minds with the new twists it looks set to lay out that will change everything we thought of the Doctor forever! Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 07 August 2013 05:21
Twelfth Night On Sunday night, it was announced... The actor playing the Twelfth Doctor is to be...Peter Capaldi! Who 6 The live BBC show was a bit of a mixed bag to be honest. It was great seeing Peter Davison and Bernard Cribbins talk about their time on the show but the overall set- up was pretty lacklustre and Rufus Hound’s multiple fumbles were embarrassing to say the least. Regardless, the nation waited with baited breath for the announcement and many were impressed and satisfied with the news. Read more...
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