A More Enjoyable ‘Unexpected Journey’ Comes To Blu-ray 3/12 !

FORGET ALL YOU KNOW about diminutive heroes and their calls to adventure leading them There and Back Again! OR THINK YOU KNOW. It’s no secret that we are huge LOTR fans here at EG and were underwhelmed by the first installment of The Hobbit. We much prefer the tale of Willow Ufgood, told 25 years […]

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Movie Review – An Entertainment Geekly Podcast

We saw The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (most of it, at least), and decided that Peter Jackson’s return to Middle-Earth had to be the start of a new podcast series we’re starting. We discuss the movie we saw, our general thoughts and nerd nitpickyisms, as well as being happy to simply be back in The […]

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G.I. Joe Retaliation Poster – 3D and Loving It

The original G.I. Joe movie surprised us in that we didn’t absolutely hate it and Marlon Wayans. Sure, we had our problems with it, but it was a fun summer adventure movie. We were all excited to see the new one this past summer, until the creators remembered that Channing Tatum was a rising star […]

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Munger Road Review – Wasting My Time And Yours

Caught up with a film from 2011 called Munger Road. Inspired by a urban folklore tale about a paranormal event that happens out on… wait for it… Munger Road, I wish I could say more about the story but this movie is complete junk. It’s the Seinfeld of movies, in that it’s about nothing. Nothing […]

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Star Trek Into Darkness Poster – Boldly Going

The Star Trek Into Darkness poster has been released, and so far, we’re giddy. Sure, Starfleet may be in shambles, but we like our entertainment to be a little more gritty and real. Besides, if The Avengers can wreck Manhattan and Batman can incapacitate Gotham, San Francisco should be able to take some lumps too, […]

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