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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Has It’s First Poster, New Trailer on Tuesday

"So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings"… I really didn't enjoy my only movie theater experience for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and Im gonna go ahead and completely blame that on the fact that I went to the High Frame Rate version. Because when I saw it on blu-ray a […]

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Thursday Trailer Shootout! Monsters University, Fast and Furious 6, Jack the Giant Slayer, Detour, The Internship, Trance, Maniac

Thursday Trailer Shootout! is my bi-weekly segment where I post a handful of trailers that I might have missed but have an interest in, whether for good……or evil! CHECK OUT THE NEW MOBILE APP FOR DOUBLE B REVIEWS! Now back to your regularly scheduled program….  FIRST UP! - Two gems from Monsters University, the prequel to Pixar's […]

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Star Trek into The Darkness Has it’s First Teaser and It Looks Absolutely Incredible

Star Trek into Darkness is the sequel to J.J. Abrams' 2009 reboot of the franchise, a movie that I thought was about five times better than it was going to be. My anticipation for the sequel was already high, but after seeing this first teaser it moved right to the front of my most anticipated […]

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Game of Thrones Season 3 Date Tease, Poster Are Enough To GET. ME. JACKED.

HBO's Game of Thrones will be returning for what is sure to be a massively epic third season on March 31st, 2013.  Anybody who saw the closing of season 2 knows that the world of man is in for one helluva fight. For a refresher, you can check out my full review of the final […]

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MTV News Interviews The Walking Dead’s Michonne, Dana Gurira, Plus A New Poster from Comic-Con

Dana Gurira has some big shoes to fill as she steps into the role of the sword welding, zombie wrangling, and generally ass-kicking Michonne in the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead. Her character may very well be the most popular from the Robert Kirkman comics, and it also may be difficult to portray […]

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