The Dark Tower Appears To Have Real Problems

Posted by - August 1, 2017

Fans have waited for decades for Stephen King’s Magnum Opus The Dark Tower to finally come to the screen. It’s a complicated series of books that blend the genres of Western, Horror, Fantasy, Suspense, and Sci-fi. It features a gunslinger chasing the Man in Black across multiple universes to keep the tower at the nexus of

GGP #3 – Death of a Superhero Movie

Posted by - September 17, 2015

The superhero movie genre is currently all the rage. It seems as though everyone loves them, and unless they are about a group of four individuals who happen to be “Fant4stic,” they generally make lots and lots of money. So what’s the problem? Well, according to Steven Spielberg, at some point in the future they are going to ride

Comic Book Movies: How Much Is Too Much?

Posted by - July 18, 2012

Last week, Zuke and I were talking about “comic book” movies and how prevalent they are in today’s culture.  He asked me when I thought they would “jump the shark”.  (For those who are unfamiliar with the term “jump the shark”, it is a reference to Happy Days when Fonzie literally jumped over a shark while water

Thor: The God Of Awesome

Posted by - July 29, 2010

UPDATE:  Marvel got to our source too.  It took them longer, but they got there. Below is the leaked footage from Comic Con of the upcoming Thor movie.  I’m not a big fan of Thor but I was planning on seeing the film when it’s released next summer.  After seeing the footage though, I don’t

Actual Breaking Geek News

Posted by - August 31, 2009

According to the New York Times, Disney has made a bid to purchase Marvel Comics for $4 billion. Walt Disney Company said Monday it has agreed to buy Marvel Entertainment, the storied comic book company that owns the rights to such popular characters as Spider-Man and and the Fantastic Four, in a cash and stock