Last Week In Trailers: “Lockout”, “Playback”, “Mirror Mirror”

The new Lockout trailer is a much better look at the story – and so far, it’s looking pretty promising. There is definitely going to be plenty of cool action scenes in space. Not to mention all the crazy inmates running around free on the high security space prison. Starring Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace, Lockout [...]

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Twitter Q and A With Joss Whedon, Tom Hiddleston, and Clark Gregg Earlier Today! – Update with Avengers Super Bowl Preview Clip!


Today was an exciting day for Avengers fans! At 2:00 PM EST, director Joss Whedon,  Tom Hiddleston(Loki), and Clark Gregg(Agent Coulson) sat down at their respective computers and answered some burning questions from excited fans. The directions were simple. All you had to do was follow @Avengers on Twitter and tag your tweet with the hashtag [...]

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First Teaser Trailer for GAME OF THRONES Season 2 Released


Fans of Game of Thrones by HBO are able to get their first sneak-peek at season two of this amazing show, based on the series by George R. R. Martin. Lots happens in the quick snippets we see, including the old queen getting toted away, John Snow staring out into the wilds beyond the wall, Danerys [...]

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Always Wanted to Check Out the WHEEL OF TIME Series? Now You Can For Under a Buck!

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To celebrate the ending of the Wheel of Time series (Brandon Sanderson has claimed the last book is finished being written), Tor is offering the start of this epic span of books for just 99 cents. That’s right, you can get part one of The Eye of the World, called From the Two Rivers, for 99 [...]

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Watch the First Three Minutes of the Walking Dead Midseason Premiere!


Left off just after the barn bloodbath, we return to the Walking Dead mid-season to see the aftermath of Rick Grime’s firing his shot. You can preview the first three emotional minutes below:   The Walking Dead is scheduled to return with new episodes on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.   [...]

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The Last Bastion of Human Civilization is the Jersey Shore?


Working Class Nightmare is a online series that follows the lives and adventures of 5 misfits as they try to survive the ongoing zombie apocalypse and journey to the only safe haven left to them, the Jersey Shore. The series has been categorized as a zombie comedy and will be premiering on February 12, 2012.  For more [...]

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New Book Releases, Week of January 22nd, 2012


Here are this week’s new fantasy, scifi, and horror book releases. Click on the titles to see the covers! Released Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 A Warrior’s Desire, by Pamela Palmer Former navy SEAL Charlie Rand embarks on the most dangerous mission of his career when he dives through a portal to rescue the only person who [...]

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Dick Tufeld, voice of the robot from Lost in Space, Dies

Sad news for lovers of classic sci-fi today.  Dick Tufeld, best known for the classic line, “Danger Will Robinson,” passed away Sunday in Los Angeles at 85.  Besides Lost in Space, Tufeld announced for the 1950’s radio show Space Patrol and participated in television shows from Zorro to Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.   [...]

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Newly Released TV Spots out the Wazoo – John Carter, Wrath of the Titans, Chronicle, and Ghost Rider


John Carter This is the fifth TV spot fromWalt Disney Pictures showcasing the upcoming John Carter movie. The movie will be coming out in just over a month on March 9, 2012. Directed by Andrew Stanton, this is the big screen adaptation of the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs novel. It will be available for viewing in [...]

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New JOHN CARTER Books Coming in February!


Edgar Rice Burroughs’ John Carter of Mars series is coming to the big screen soon, and these century-old books are getting some new recognition, including being re-issued for a new generation of interested readers. Though there are ten books in this series, the world is so vast that there is definitely room for more books, so [...]

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