Sometimes remakes are announced which have come around so many
times they not shocking at all in their announcement but also in their content.
Flash Gordon, the almost century long franchise which has been remade
so many times it’s impossible to count will be remade yet again.
While the Sci-Fi channel has not yet announced if they are going to renew
or cancel their Flash television show currently running another version
has been announced.
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It shouldn’t come as a surprise to those who are familiar with the
popular long running game franchise. The cutscenes in Metal Gear
Solid 4 are going to be the longest yet even beating previous editions
in the series with single cutscenes running at up to 90 minutes a time.
Continue reading “Metal Gear Solid 4 – 90 Minute long cutscenes!”
Now that the trailers for Hellboy 2 have come around it’s time for the posters
to also show up. So you can see exactly what to expect all the international
poster designs have appeared online and can be found at the below website
Continue reading “Hellboy 2 International Posters”
In the Spring of 2005, writer, producer, director Neil Mandt and cinematographer Marc Carter set out on an around the world journey to film the story about two guys traveling to the famous Full Moon Party in Thailand. All they had was one camera, two wireless microphones, three batteries and a rough story outline. They traveled without a crew, a cast or having scouted any locations, all of this was to be done on the fly.
There weren’t any casting calls along the way, just strangers picked up on the street to either act in a scene or hold the camera as Neil and Marc delivered their improvised lines.
The outcome is a smart, funny and poignant story about world travel.
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