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The vampires and werewolves are at it again in Underworld: Awakening, the fourth film in the Underworld franchise. Why can’t those crazy monsters just get along?
Kate Beckinsale reprises her role as the vampire Selene, everybody’s favorite blue-eyed Death Dealer. This time she’s separated from her half-werewolf lover and ends up saddled with a mysterious 12 year-old girl named Eve, who is on the run from the werewolves because of some secret that is easy to guess. As with the previous Underworld films, Selene mostly just does a lot of jumping and posing and yoga, surely, to fit into that tight leather outfit.
We all know about Microsoft Points. They’re the annoying currency system that Microsoft uses in their Xbox Live Marketplace, Games for Windows and Zune stores. If you’ve ever bought a song on Zune or a game over Xbox Live, you’ve used Microsoft points.
What I don’t know is why Microsoft continues to force us to use them.
AT&T abandoned a $39 billion dollar bid to buy T-Mobile last month, but they seem to have taken to heart T-Mobile’s tagline “Get More.” In this case, they want you to “Pay More” because starting in just a few days, AT&T will be raising prices for new smartphone and tablet users.
We’re only halfway through the second season of hit zombie drama The Walking Dead, but AMC has already announced a sizeable order of episodes for season three. If you aren’t excited about this, then you need to check your pulse…
I don’t think there is any game franchise that I’ve dumped more money in to than Halo. I’ve bought all of the games (including some special editions), I’ve read the books, and I even bought the Halo Legends DVD.
On November 15th, 2011 – the tenth anniversary of the release of the original Halo – Microsoft released Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, a completely remastered version of the original game. And I plunked down the cash for it, like I seem to do for everything with the word “Halo” on it.
But after playing the game, I’m having some buyer’s remorse.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the FleshEatingZipper Caucus Podcast! Rob, Nick, Johnny and Kelly talk SOPA, piracy, New Hardware at E3, the new N5 Show and more.
It’s SUPER PODCAST!
Okay, that was lame. But the podcast is good. And plus, we’re giving away a free Kinect! Listen for more details…
You’ve waited long enough, so we bring you another FleshEatingZipper Monthly Caucus Podcast! Kelly, Rob, Nick and Johnny discuss the new site design as well as SWTOR, Kinect, Mobile Gaming and more. Plus, enjoy some totally unintentional technical difficulties at no extra charge!
It’s so much awesomeness that we are required by law to give away a free Kinect to one of our readers! Listen for more details… Read the rest of this article…
This won’t come as a shock to anyone, but after grossing just over a billion dollars worldwide, The Hangover franchise is going to return with a third installment. The big question is, where will Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis end up next?
So you’ve written a movie and you want Nicolas Cage to star in it. Good call! Nicolas Cage is one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood, he’s an Academy Award winner, and – most impressive of all – he’s the winner of a Blockbuster Entertainment Award.
But how do you get Nic Cage to star in your movie? We have the answer after the break…
Word came down from the Dean’s office yesterday that NBC’s Thursday night comedy Community has been expelled from the network’s midseason lineup. The show hasn’t been officially cancelled, and we’re told it will return at an undetermined date, but the outlook is looking grim considering the show’s poor ratings.
Community’s cast and crew responded to the news with inside jokes. Creator Dan Harmon tweeted “Streets Ahold!” to which Alison Brie responded, “Troy and Abed in the … summer?” Joel McHale continued by tweeting “Horsebot 3000 Nooooo!”
If these little quips make you laugh, then you may be one of the fans saddened by Community’s potential demise. If not, then you’re unlikely to miss the show’s brand of humor.
On last night’s podcast, Johnny and Nick went toe-to-toe over Community’s fate. One thing we agreed on is that the show changed during its three seasons. Read on for our thoughts on what Community did right or wrong.