Superhero movies have tried hard to leave behind some of their Silver Age comic-book trappings in the past decade. We’ve seen darker, grimmer versions of Superman and other heroes—but the new Fantastic Four reboot goes beyond darkness, into actual self-loathing. It’s kind of bizarre.
A while ago, Chronicle unveiled a life-sized severed Terminator head for you to put on your shelf. Naturally, they thought the next best step would to be to attach an entire body to that head and go nuts, which is why they’re now selling you an actual life-sized Terminator for a mere seven grand.
You can't deny it'd be a conversation starter every time your guests walked in to find the metallic skeleton-head of a giant killer robot staring back to them, its glowing red eyes boring into their very souls. I mean, what else would you use a Terminator's head for?
By now, you've all but certainly seen The Dark Knight Rises, but I'm willing to bet that some of you haven't seen Chronicle. Before anyone gets too upset, I'm not about to say that the two universes are on par or anything, but Chronicle's dark take on superheroism is interesting to consider up against Nolan's Batman…
We don't usually geek out to manufactured viral marketing fluff, but trust us, this video is pretty good. The marketing team behind the movie Chronicle flew three human shaped RC planes around NYC to make it look like real people were magically flying. From the ground, it really looked like you were watching a…
Apparently the one million Zunes sold celebration we told you about yesterday was just a tiny little bit preemptive, thanks to a slightly bigger mistake by the Chronicle. The error? Mis-transcribing an interview with Robbie Bach. Instead of claiming one million Zunes sold, Bach actually claimed: