At the Twin Galaxies Festival over the weekend one of the best things at the show (besides playing classic video games and pinball of course) was getting to see the first public screening of Man VS.
With this last weekends disastrous opening of the Fox’s new Fantastic Four reboot that made $25 million dollars and was second to the new Mission Impossible film that was in its second week of release.
It’s hard to believe that Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure celebrates its 30th anniversary this week. Released on July 26th 1985 this little film went on to become a huge hit for Warner Bros.
SDCC was a big year for the Peanuts gang because they have a new animated feature film The Peanuts Movie coming out this November and 20th Century Fox used the movie tag line Dream Big literally at the convention.
E3 2015 has come and gone there is still a lot to cover about the show. While everyone has covered the show I hope to give some alternative things that a lot of other sites don’t cover about the show.
Over the holiday weekend I went to see Tomorrowland the new Brad Bird film and I had very high expectations because of Bird and the preview of the film that I had seen at Disneyland recently.
Photo Renard Garr If you grew up in Los Angeles in the late 1970’s to 1980’s and were a movie fan I almost guarantee that you went to Hollywood Book and Poster at least once in your life and if you were like me made many special trips to the store when it was on Las Palmas Ave.
Over the past couple of days there have been some geek/nerd internet hate stories that really makes me mad. It seems that the internet has tuned into a cesspool of hate, bile and entitlement.