(Reportedly) Here is the edit to the end of Return Of The Jedi for the Blu-Ray set. What do you think? Worst tweak yet, or not so bad?

Robotropolis – International Trailer from Bleiberg Entertainment on Vimeo. “Robotropolis”, which seems a little derivative of the work of Daniel H. Wilson (“Robopocalypse”, “How to Survive a Robot Uprising”), doesn’t have a release date yet. But they better release it before Summer 2013, because that is when the real “Robopocalypse” is supposed to hit theaters! […]

More Pix from Pax!

August 27th, 2011

Sci-Guy-John took more photos at PAX… can you find Cha Cha? And now embarrassing that the photos he took of Sci-Guy-Mike show how poorly he did at playing the new Legend of Zelda game at the Nintendo area!

The most impressive thing about PAX? The LINES! I got inside the main convention hall at about 10:15 this morning (fifteen minutes after the doors opened) and there were at least 500 people in line to play Bioware’s new Star Wars MMO “Old Republic.” Why are they willing to wait? The only way to get […]

“Deadman” Coming To CW(?)

August 26th, 2011

Deadline: Hollywood is reporting that the post-Smallville CW network make switch comic gears in a very big ways.  There are talks of a “superhero” series starring none-other than probably one of the least-known heroes in the DC Universe (OK, he’s better known than Ragman…) but has a compelling back-story. Trapeze artist, Boston Brand, was murdered […]

It beats the jumbo-tron!

Sci-Guys Podcast 076

August 23rd, 2011

Sci-Guys discuss what is best in life. Conan, and Haven, or something else maybe? Plus more about “Velveteen & Mandala” and a Kumoricon preview in the Manga Minute.  

The next installment in the Underworld saga is scheduled to hit theaters in January 2012. ” Underworld: Awakening” sees Kate Beckinsale return to the role of Selene, and is chronologically after the second film in the series “Underworld:  Evolution.”  When we last saw Selene, she had developed a tolerance to the sun and was supposedly one […]

The first 90 seconds are pretty much what we expected from a sequel to the Nick Cage action yawner, but if you want to see how low a movie trailer can go, watch the last 15 seconds or so. Yes, Ghost Rider should probably see his urologist.

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