Monthly Archives: July 2011
I’m not entirely sure how I feel about this one. On one hand, I think it would’ve been a little crazy to try and take a new director and new cast and insert them into the series that Sam Rami created. On the other hand, I think it’s a little soon to reboot the franchise.
It’s also hard for me to be critical of the movie, what with the fact that it’s only 2 minutes in footage. It looks almost like they’re making Peter look less like a nerd and more like a brooding teen. I mean, look at that shot in the class room with his hood up while he’s drawing/writing something in a notebook. I don’t know, looks kind of fishy to me.
I’ll reserve my judgement for the 2nd trailer or the film itself.
I’ve been trying to decide whether or not I wanted to own the re-release of Goldeneye on the Wii for the past few months. I was waiting for some imaginary price drop but as you know, for whatever reason, Wii games hold their value. It’s often pretty rare that anything drops to a decent price.
However, you can imagine my excitement when I found out they plan to release this remastered in HD for PS3 and XBOX 360. I’m totally all over this. Check out the trailer.
I’m not sure where and what category this actually belongs to on the blog but screw it, I’m writing it anyway.
Last Thursday I had a chance to live through something that I never thought I’d have the chance to experience. Metallica live.
About 7 years ago, I went to see an episode of WWE Raw. As a kid, I had been (and still am) a fan of professional wrestling and always wanted to see their flagship show live. When I experienced that, my excitement level had been so high that I felt like I was having a heart attack. Yes, that may be sad to some of you but when you get to be a part of something you had dreamed of, it can be a little surreal.
The point of that story? Well, like WWE, I’ve been a fan of Metallica most of my life. Myself, along with many close friends, took in the show in Halifax @ The Garrison Grounds. Like that episode of Monday Night RAW in 2003, this had been something I had only fantasized about. Something that I never would have imagined I’d be a part of.
I’ve been so busy lately that it took me almost a week to read a 112 page book. This is sad. I am a sad Brandon. That being said, there really isn’t a whole lot to say about this one.
Honestly, this is totally insane. There’s no better word to describe it, really. There are a lot of awesome one-liners and the humor is just completely off the wall. Next time I threaten someone, I’m totally going to tell them that I plan on “punching them in the fucking face a bunch of fucking times”.
Short review is short.
It’s a new Batman movie. This is the trailer for it.
It’s fucking awesome. That is my review.
John Dies at the End was my first bizzaro experience and now has me dying to devour more material. It was everything I thought this genre was supposed to be.. totally fucked up, thrilling and interesting characters with hilarious dialouge.
I could go into detail explaining the plot, but it’s so out there that it’s best if maybe you go into it with a little ignorance and just let it unfold before you. There are so many twists and turns that I found it hard at times to put it down. It’s only because I’ve been so busy lately with personal matters that it had taken me about two weeks to fully finish.