If you're a big RPG nerd, which I know you are you sick little monkey, then you probably know about "Fallout: New Vegas". The game, which has taken a drastic turn from its predecessors, will allow you to roam around a Las Vegas like landscape.
If you guys haven't seen the LARP documentary "Darkon", you should. It's a hoot watching these guys run around the woods playing with fake swords and pretending to be medieval. Good times are had by all.
Call me a softy but I love an old fashion love story. Couple moves to small town, wife gets drunk and screws the local creepy boy, creepy boy stalks wife and tries to destroy her life. Makes me miss high school.
I'm a sucker for any sort of documentary having to do with metal. I'll watch just about any crap if you put the world "Metal" in the title. Bonus points if you can also get some black metal guys in corpse paint in there for fun. I eat that crap up.
Do you like zombie movies? Sure we all do. But what about a zombie cartoon? Oh crap you just got a semi didn't you! Well "A.D." is just that my friends. Directed by Ben Hibon who brought you the animated film "Codehunters" and produced by Bernie Goldmann who gave the world "300" and "Soul Man".
The poster for "The Violent Kind" proclaims that it is "A New Film by the Butcher Brothers." I couldn't remember if the Butcher Brothers were a tag team wrestling duo or a late 90s electronica production team but it turns out they're the guys who made "The Hamiltons" from the first After Dark Ho
First the bad news. "Double Take" is not the eagerly awaited remake of the 2001 Eddie Griffin/7-Up Yours Guy buddy comedy classic. Guess we'll have to keep writing those letters. What it is, is... I have no clue.
I suspect calling "All My Friends Are Funeral Singers" a horror movie is a bit of a stretch, but hey, it's got ghosts. It's about a fortune teller played by Angela Bettis who lives in a house filled with ghosts who act as her surrogate family.
"Enter the Void" is the latest from master provocateur Gaspar Noe ("Irreversible", "I Stand Alone") and early accounts indicate that its every bit as shocking and technically brilliant as his previous films.