Square Enix promises more on Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII soon

By: Erren Van Duine After taking a bit of a hiatus, it seems the Lightning Returns hype machine is ready to go once again. A messaged appeared today across both the official Twitter and Facebook pages for the game stating: “Hello everyone! The official LRFFXIII Facebook was on hiatus for a while but will resume as of today! From here on, producer Kitase and the … Continue reading Square Enix promises more on Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII soon

B1A4 Reveals Comeback MV for “Tried To Walk”

By: Sylphid Following the release of B1A4‘s comeback music video for “Tried To Walk” three days ago, the video already nearing 750,000 views on YouTube. “Tried To Walk” is the title track to the group’s third mini album “In The Wind,” which was also released on November 12. Before the album’s release, it was revealed that B1A4′s leader Jin Young produced several of the songs. … Continue reading B1A4 Reveals Comeback MV for “Tried To Walk”

Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Also Coming December 14

By: Sean O’Connell Star Trek fans are going to receive a series of early holiday gifts this year. In addition to that 9-minute IMAX tease we told you about a few days ago, Paramount just confirmed that the first official trailer for J.J. Abrams’ wildly anticipated Star Trek Into Darkness will reach theaters on Dec. 14, as well. TrekMovie confirms the news with multiple sources, … Continue reading Star Trek Into Darkness Trailer Also Coming December 14

Exorcism director behind Deus Ex movie

By: Eddie Makuch CBS Films has tapped Scott Derrickson (Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose) to direct the upcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution film adaptation, the company announced today. He will also write the screenplay for the film alongside C. Robert Cargill (Sinister). The untitled Deus Ex film will be produced by Roy Lee (The Departed, The Ring) and Adrian Askarieh (Hitman). John P. Middleton, … Continue reading Exorcism director behind Deus Ex movie

Ben Affleck Admits He’s Having A Hard Time Adapting Stephen King’s The Stand

By: Katey Rich Ben Affleck is having, by any measure, a really great year. Sure, in the process of promoting Argo he’s been forced to answer a ton of questions about his ignominious half-decade of dating J-Lo and starring in flops, but that’s a pretty small price to pay to have made a universally beloved, financially successful movie that completely reinvents you as a director … Continue reading Ben Affleck Admits He’s Having A Hard Time Adapting Stephen King’s The Stand

VG Music Spotlight: Spike in a Rail (Bastion)

By: Jared Scott In the summer of 2011, Supergiant Games released the popular title Bastion which took place in a sci-fi/western world filled with lush environments and an engrossing story. It tells the tale of a young man who wakes up after the events of the Calamity, a cataclysmic disaster that destroyed much of his world. But that is not what we are here to … Continue reading VG Music Spotlight: Spike in a Rail (Bastion)

YG Entertainment rakes in 13.8 million USD and counting for 2012

By: vip4daesung YG Entertainment has currently brought in more than 15 billion KRW (approximately 13.8 million USD) so far this year. The amount includes the earnings brought in by artists active in 2012 such as Se7en, Big Bang, G-Dragon, PSY, and 2NE1, but because it has currently only counted up to September of this year, additional profits from Psy, Epik High, and Lee Hi will … Continue reading YG Entertainment rakes in 13.8 million USD and counting for 2012

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

Don’t judge me too harshly okay: it wasn’t all that bad. I am not going to tell any of you that you should see cause honestly, you don’t. If you ask me, Breaking Dawn Part 1 and Part 2 could have been combined into one movie, it didn’t need to be more than that. Kristen Stewart’s acting still sucks but you know, with everything else … Continue reading The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

The ABCs Of Death Red Band Trailer Isn’t For Kids

By: Kristy Puchko By distributing freaky features like Timecrimes, Tucker and Dale vs Evil, I Saw the Devil, and Trollhunter, Magnet Releasing has built an incredible reputation among horror fanatics for bringing some of the most intriguing new titles and macabre emerging filmmakers to Stateside theaters and VOD. Now, just months after unveiling the twisted found footage anthologyV/H/S, Magnet is prepping for the release of its next horror anthology The ABCs … Continue reading The ABCs Of Death Red Band Trailer Isn’t For Kids

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale First DLC Characters Reveled

By: Melissa Evans   (@Fataleflare) Today it was announced that the very first DLC characters for Playstation All-Stars will be Kat from Gravity Rush, and Emmett Graves from Starhawk. Emmett’s playstyle will take advantage of Starhawk’s unique “Build-in-Battle” system, as he calls down help from the sky. Kat will be able to manipulate gravity and use it to move around in battle with her unique style of aerial … Continue reading PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale First DLC Characters Reveled