A WWII film about Operation Dynamo, which was a massive evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force and other Allied troops from the French seaport of Dunkirk which took place from May to June 1940. Stars Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh. Directed by Christopher Nolan.
Fun fact: according to IMDB, Nolan used real […]
That, my friends, is a $65,000 cake that the government of Venezuela had made to celebrate the birthday of dead dictator Hugo Chavez. That’s right. While infrastructure collapses and the country’s starving citizens are forced into government-run slave labor, the far-left government spends $65,000 on a huge cake to honor the dead socialist dick-tator […]
Some of you may remember a couple years back, when someone (I can’t remember who) posted a super awesome montage of movie fight scenes. That post was, of course, destroyed in the Great Threedonian Apocalypse, but now that the YouTuber behind it has made a second one, I couldn’t help but post it. Enjoy:
“Love is love”. So very progressive:
I’m Chris Hansen. Why don’t you take a seat over here?
Action/comedy about a group of veterans who must fight their way across the country to find the cure for the Zombie Apocalypse. Billed as the first movie made with a cast and crew almost entirely made up of U.S. military personnel. Looks like a helluva lot of goofy fun to me.
Co-stars include Sean […]
The latest in the “Battlefield” series of war games takes place in WWI. Gameplay is described thusly:
“Fight your way through battles going from urban combat in a besieged French city to open spaces in the Italian Alps or frantic combats in the Arabic sand dunes. Experience large-scale battles as infantry or piloting vehicles […]
Oh yeah, CoD’s back, baby! And they’re going to space this time. Interesting.
Granted, recent entries in the Call of Duty series have caught some flack from fans for being of mediocre quality, but regardless this trailer is freaking awesome.
A reboot of the classic first person shooter game about a Marine who must fight against the forces of Hell after a portal to the underworld is opened.
Hey, it’s gotta be better than the movie version Hollywood put out, right?
I mentioned in a previous review that TWD very much subscribes to American Sniper’s philosophy of humanity being divided up into sheep, wolves, and sheepdogs. In keeping with this theme, “Twice As Far” tells the story of two sheep (Denise and Eugene) who decide to venture out of the safety of Alexandria into the […]
Intense, heartbreaking and badass, “No Way Out” is a fantastic midseason premiere that delivers for TWD fans on every expected level (and goes above and beyond on some of them). It runs the characters (and us) through a gamut of emotions before climaxing with one of the single best set pieces in the show’s […]