Bret McKenzie Returns Pen Songs Muppets 2

By: Kristy Puchko While it was an easy victory to predict, one of the most thrilling wins at the Academy Awards last year was singer-songwriter Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords taking home the Oscar for “Man or Muppet” for The Muppets. Sure, because of Oscar’s endlessly perplexing rules it was only up against some song from the fun but forgettable animated musical Rio, … Continue reading Bret McKenzie Returns Pen Songs Muppets 2

Why You Should Give Monster Hunter A Chance

By: Jared Scott Capcom surprised Western fans this year when they announced that Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate would be coming to the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Serving as basically an HD port and localization of Monster Hunter 3G, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate promises many new levels, locations, and monsters never before seen in the West. Even though this series has been around since … Continue reading Why You Should Give Monster Hunter A Chance

Val Kilmer Wields a Chainsaw Onstage For Terrence Malick’s New Movie

By: Katey Rich Terrence Malick movies aren’t generally associated with chainsaw-wielding maniacs, or intense violence of any kind really, which is why we’re trying and failing to make sense of the new photo from the set of his upcoming movie. With the Fun Fun Fun Fest happening in Austin, Texas, Malick and his actors are on hand to shoot scenes on and around the concert … Continue reading Val Kilmer Wields a Chainsaw Onstage For Terrence Malick’s New Movie

Corpse Party Book of Shadows Set To Haunt Players This Winter

By: Shawn Collier   (@ShawnCollier) Last year, XSEED Games released Corpse Party on the Sony PSP, which gained a cult following and garnered rave reviews. The publisher has announced that the next game in the series,Book of Shadows, will be released in North America and Europe. Book of Shadows tells a series of short stories that help develop many of the characters introduced in the first … Continue reading Corpse Party Book of Shadows Set To Haunt Players This Winter

Art House Favorites Catherin Deneuve Harvey Keitel Unite Romance

By: Kristy Puchko For decades, French actress Catherine Deneuve has been a muse to such heralded and visionary directors as Jacques Demy (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg), Roman Polanski (Repulsion), Luis Buñuel (Bell de Jour), and Lars von Trier (Dancer in the Dark). She has carved out a reputation as a living legend with countless fearless portrayals where she’s bared body and soul, and now she’s … Continue reading Art House Favorites Catherin Deneuve Harvey Keitel Unite Romance