blah blah new horror TV series blah blah. This one is going to be on Starz though, so there might be some actual gore showing up here. It's called "Da Vinci's Demons" and it focuses on the code maker himself and his struggle with good and evil. Oh and he's a genius. And oh this doesn't sound like it's going to be bloody at all. Michael J. Bassett of "Silent Hill: Revelation" fame(?) will direct.
I don't even know what this means anymore but there's been so much crap around the "World War Z" movie that I thought I should mention it. Apparently the rough cut of the film is clocking in at only 52 minutes long. Alright I kind of know what that means. It means there was only 52 minutes of usable footage after what I think has been about 7 years of filming. There's apparently only 7 weeks left so I assume they're just going to set up a camera in Brad Pitt's shower and tack on 45 minutes of him using a loofah to the project. I'll watch it.
Call me crazy but I actually want to see "Jurassic Park" in 3D when it's thrust back into theaters. Go ahead, call me crazy! Well it looks like my wait won't be as long as originally planned because the re-release has been pushed up 3 months to April 5, 2013. I think if I keep hoping enough they'll push it up to this weekend and then I can go right now. Do it. Come on movie people do this one thing for me!
Alexander Skarsgard trapped in a bomb shelter. Sounds dreamy doesn't it? The film is called "Hidden" and it has officially begun production in Vancouver. The film is about a family who spends 301 days down in a bomb shelter while the world above goes to hell. I've had dreams that start like this.
And the "yo mama" jokes have finally gone too far for one man. So far that he actually attacked his own son with a knife. Finally someone is taking a stand.
Here's a heartwarming story about a woman in Maine who beat that crap out of another woman at a local Walmart because she caught her husband flirtin it up with her. I'm not even kidding here I've seen at least 2 fist-fights in the past 3 years at my local Walmart. It's better than any pay-per-view.