Here is someone who knows how to title a film. The sequal? Ninja Pirate Rapers? Mutant Teen Nudity? Barbarian Lion Gladiators? Epic Robot Nubians? Elephant Knife Fight??? All good suggestions. Want the synopsis just for MORE incentive?
"Their women having been enslaved by the local pack of lesbian vampires thanks to an ancient curse, the remaining menfolk of a rural Welsh town send two hapless young lads out onto the moors as a sacrifice."
Monday, December 29, 2008
We finally get a peek at the new Street Fighter film and it's in Japanese/Chinese/Klingon. All of which we do not speak here. Either way it's nice to see that V from V for Vendetta is getting work as Vega...for Vendetta.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
While the face is recognizable ... The "Drink" is known only to die-hard Abrams fans.
Slusho! has been around since its first appearance on an episode of Alias in 2004 and is still growing in popularity!
A second siting of the frozen soft drink was seen during the trailer of Abrams' "mystery movie", worn by the brother of the lead protagonist, which spawned a nation-wide spread of T-Shirts, Laptops and Caps.
MTV: I couldn't help but notice the Slusho! reference from "Cloverfield" in the bar scene where Kirk first meets Uhura. Will we see other J.J.-isms peppered throughout the film?
J.J. Abrams: No. That was sort of the only one, and it was just sort of a goof.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Good news everyone!! Variety has said that;
"Stephen Norrington has signed on to write and direct a reinvention of “The Crow,” based on the comic created by James O’Barr."
"For Norrington, “The Crow” deal marks the end of a long screen sabbatical. After making his breakthrough with the Marvel Comics hero “Blade,” Norrington took on a big-budget comic transfer with “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.” Neither the director nor his star, Sean Connery, has made a film since"
It's good they are FINALLY doing a remake of The Crow.
Not to be confused with;
The Crow: City of Angels
The Crow: Stairway to Heaven
The Crow: Salvation
The Crow: Wicked Prayer
or Wings of the Crow
Or the lesser known fan films;
The Crow: First Born
The Crow: From Lust to Dust
The Crow: Rebirth
The Crow: Dark Harvest
The Crow: Purgatory
The Crow: Devil's Night
or The Crow: Vengeance
May we just say, it's about time someone took a chance and worked on a sequel to the original.
I can only hope that they will bring back former The Crow's as cameos. Who could forget the Chairman of Iron Chef America as Eric Draven on TV, The Kid from terminator 2 as Johnny Cuervo, and Tara Reid as Tara Reid with a shirt on?
Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool? Dominic Monaghan as Beak? Taylor Kitsch as Gambit? I'm sold. That is all you need to know really. We just can only hope that he gives a middle finger with some sweet Bone Claws...this is what we hope.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Powder Blue, I can only hope, will be named Best Picture of the decade. Why? Because it features some Jessica Biel nudity. Do you need any other reason? Watch the trailer or skip past it for the Toys and prizes afterward.
In honor of this momentous occasion we decided to document our favorite 20 scenes of Jessica from the trailer. Enjoy.
Tonight we will try to cut out all those Forrest Whitaker scenes and repost with just a 2 minute Pew-Fest for your eyes.
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Trailer Addict is a magical site, yet the fact we don't even have a bootleg Terminator: Salvation trailer in English yet is off putting.
Friday, December 5, 2008
One of these guys will spend their eternal resting place surrounded in the burning oils of pain and suffering. Or, maybe, both.
Or, ... maybe not either one.
The battle of these two souls began early in the year 1997:
Apple Computer, Inc. shortened the company name simply to Apple Inc., thus eliciting a lawsuit by the British Apple Corps Ltd., representing Apple Records.
It was the same year the president and founder of PC's Limited informed the world that if he were to run Apple Inc. he would "shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders."
Fast-forward eleven years.
Dell Inc. and Apple Inc. made big press in the capitol of Texas these past weeks.
The concentration is on Austin, as Dell Inc. has been its bread and butter, while Apple Inc. has found its second home there.
The big debate? California's Prop #8.
While the whole process of capital funding for this proposition was illegal from the outset, ... The emergence of a donations list has appeared on the 'Net.
The largest spending on this debate (in the Austin area) are as follows:
Spencer Wheelwright, the marketing manager for Dell Inc., spent over $25,000 of personal wealth in support of Prop #8. Dell, the same company that marketed Steve, "Dude, you're gettin' a Dell!" guy; who was later fired due to his legal conviction of the possession of marijuana. Dell was also blind to the fact that the users of his equipment had been elicited by the evils portrayed by this unseen "dude."
On the same note, each of Apple's 3,200 (or so) Austin employees would have to have given more than $3,000 each to have achieved their $100,000 mark opposing Prop #8.
Michael Dell denies his company opposes the civil rights of its homosexual workers and buyers. "This is business, after all."
While a downright boycott of Dell products is an unrealistic attitude, should the resignation of Spence Wheelwright be called? Or, should the owners of older Dell computers simply do as others around the globe are doing? Buy new non-Dell equipment and send their old one back to Dell with a note stating: "Thanks, but no thanks."
Austinites can live without the butter. In this commercial recession they'll have to learn to survive on just bread and water.
Or, maybe, apples.
Its no secret that we here at AXB Enterprises love Zombies. It's also no secret that we despise the Nazis. Even the, alledged, naked ones in The Reader.
Dead Snow apparently involves about Nazi Zombie Killing Machines. Not to be confused with the Nazi Ghost/Super Soldier Killing Machines from Outpost.
Only thing better than Nazi Zombies? Fast Nazi Zombies. In case you're too lazy to watch the trailer, here are some highlights.
Monday, December 1, 2008
Empire has posted the first official photo of Taylor Kitsch, Tim Riggins of Friday Night Lights, as the Cajun known as Gambit in their newest edition.
We wrote about this casting almost a year ago, and now is as good a time as any to repost a shirtless photo comparing Gambit to Kitsch.