Chris Kyle was a Navy SEAL, and the most lethal sniper in American history with 160 confirmed kills. His autobiography, American Sniper, is a phenomenal book. Now, thanks to Bradley Cooper, Clint Eastwood and Jason Dean Hall, it's being turned into a movie of the same name. If this trailer is any indication, the movie ... continue reading
After a sneak peek a few weeks ago, we finally get to see more of Exodus: Gods and Kings, the next epic from Ridley Scott. Honestly, we'd see anything where Christian Bale teams up with such an incredible director, but couple that with the grand story of Moses and Ramses, and we just can't wait. It hits theaters December ... continue reading
Don’t let its size fool you, this diminutive knife will make quick work of any task you throw its way. The tanto blade is razor sharp and sports a fine tip that requires the sheath to keep it under wraps. Perfect for piercing or slicing, the Tactical Mini Slik Knife is made for those who need an everyday carry knife that performs better and is more durable than others. Included is a small lanyard with a blue titanium bead to make it easy to carry around. ... check it out
Normally, a third trailer for a movie would seem excessive, but we're so geeked for Interstellar that we'll gladly welcome as many trailers as they want to throw at us. In the latest one for the Christopher Nolan space flick, we get to see an otherworldly tidal wave, some sort of walking robot, and a pretty slick-looking ... continue reading
How do you make a movie out of a Thomas Pynchon novel? We have no fucking clue, but it helps if you start with one of his more accessible books and you happen to be Paul Thomas Anderson. Based off the 2010 novel from Pynchon of the same name, Inherent Vice features Joaquin Phoenix as the drugged-up detective Doc Sportello ... continue reading
If we told you an action movie was coming out starring Colin Firth, you'd have every right to be befuddled. Even though he's a tremendous actor, he's not exactly Liam Neeson or The Rock. We thought the same thing, and then we saw this trailer. We are very much on board for Kingsman: The Secret Service and we think ... continue reading
Set in the year 2044, Automata deals with the ever popular idea of potentially sentient robots. And while that may be a stale idea, there are few films that actually do the grand idea justice (see: I, Robot). Based on the trailer alone, we're thinking Automata might be one of the few that get it right. It hits theaters ... continue reading
To take on an epic, you'd best be equipped with an epic director and an epic actor or two. Exodus: Gods and Kings has both of these. From Ridley Scott, the film is based on the story of Moses (Christian Bale) rising up against Ramses (Joel Edgerton). It doesn't hit theaters until December, but here's a look to wet ... continue reading
Finding someone with the swagger of Jimi Hendrix is basically impossible, but if you had to, André Benjamin from Outkast is a pretty solid choice. Here's the first look at the rapper giving it a go as the iconic artist in Jimi: All Is by My Side. Look for it in theaters on September 26.
You know those movie theaters that serve you meals and let you drink a beer or two at our seat? Yeah, that's the kind of place you want to see Chef at. The movie focuses on Chef Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) as he ditches the restaurant scene to serve up his own creations out of a food truck. Here's the first look at ... continue reading
Parts of this movie look very reminiscent of Limitless - the whole "what would happen if you used more of your brain?" thing - but there are some major differences it seems from the 2011 Bradley Cooper movie. First, this stars Scarlet Johansson (which is a plus in our book), and it looks grittier and far more badass. ... continue reading
We'll take every opportunity we get to see more of the brilliance of James Gandolfini. The trailer for one of his final films, The Drop, just came out and we can only hope the film lives up to the trailer. The story is from the same author that wrote Gone Baby Gone and, based on this trailer, it looks like a rugged ... continue reading
If the new Godzilla movie is even remotely as good as the trailers, it is going it be insane. The latest trailer comes from the UK and is loaded with more urban carnage and even some clear shots of the monster himself. If you didn't already have May 16 circled on your calendar, watch this and proceed to do so.
It's been almost a decade since Sin City graced the big screen with its hypnotic, noirish style. Now, we finally have a look at its sequel. Jessica Alba and crew return along with some new faces you'll recognize for the next film based on Frank Miller's work. It comes out in August and will hopefully be as good as ... continue reading