In space, nobody can hear you freestyle. But that hasn't stopped some of hip-hop's greatest legends from appearing in some classic science fiction and fantasy movies. From battling killer sharks to fighting off ghosts on Mars, some of our favorite rappers have also become some of our favorite SF heroes.
This was a year of extremes: huge CG-heavy spectacles and low-budget gems. Most of all, 2009 made us feel the boundaries of cinema were stretched... for good and ill. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst films of 2009.
How can the creators of Crank and Gamer bring their frenetic brand of over-the-top action fantasy to network television? By coming up with a show that cuts straight to the panicked, violent conclusion each and every episode.
We're already into September, which means that you've already not only had a chance to get a peek at what movies are being released, but also have possibly already seen at least one of them, and that would be...
The days are already getting shorter and colder, which sounds like the ideal time to start considering spending evenings at your local multiplex, taking advantage of comfy chairs and large screens. But what movies should you see? Here's our guide.
The awesomeness of exploitation flick Gamer is going to surprise you. Packed with insane violence, decadent sex, and (yes!) musical numbers, the movie is a blood-dark satire of futuristic videogame culture that will push all your buttons. Spoilers ahead!
Amber Valletta talks about getting forcibly sexed up for her gross, futuristic "user" in the ultra-violent future wold of Gamer, the movie she wouldn't let her son see.
Supernatural's apocalypse gets a few new players, including the Four Horsemen and God. Gamer gets a few more bikini-clad pictures, and Kick-Ass gets an animated sequence. Plus, The Vampire's Assistant, Stargate Universe, The Host 2, FlashForward, Fringe, and Defying Gravity.
Everybody loves playing games — except when you're forced to by aliens, or your futuristic prison warden, or superpowerful beings. This Friday, Gerard Butler's forced to play and/or die in Gamer. But here are 32 other deadly-game stories, with clips.
A new batch of stills from the virtual reality death trap videogame flick Gamer show the NSFW parties that are only possible when the host controls his guests' minds.
Today's spoilers include detailed descriptions of some Bruce Willis/Surrogates action footage. New clips from Dollhouse, Supernatural and Warehouse 13. Another comics transplant on Smallville. Plus Gamer, 9, 2012, Doctor Who, Lost, Fringe, FlashForward, True Blood, Stargate Universe and Chuck spoilers!
A new Doctor means a new TARDIS, and we've got all the rumored design details. Better Off Ted features genetic matchmaking, and Zombieland offers more survival rules. Plus Iron Man 2, Gamer, Astro Boy, Hobbit, Smallville, and Supernatural spoilers.
The latest trailer for Gamer gives us the run-down on all the virtual amenities available to the rich — who own human puppets, which they can control via Bob Fosse choreography. Check out Michael C. Hall's moves.
Hugh Jackman talks Wolverine's lovers (plural!) and there's a scorching new Gamer clip. ScarJo talks Iron Man 2, and Chris Pine talks Trek 2. Plus some awesome Dollhouse and Doctor Who hints. Also: Stargate, Heroes, Warehouse and True Blood spoilers!
NZXT, makers of PC gaming hardware, introduced its new Beta EVO mid tower case, offering some pretty nice premium features like direct cooling for video cards and CPU and thoughtful wire management, all for $50. Not bad.
Spoilers come from everywhere, despite what the Answer Bitch says: Marvel spills Iron Man info, a Star Trek star talks sequels, and there's Avatarfootage details. Plus Time Traveler's Wife, Gamer, Jennifer's Body, [Rec] 2, New Moon, Lost, Dollhouse and Smallville.
There's advertising — and then there's badvertising, and we saw a lot of the latter at Comic Con. So we rounded up some of the most epic of the weekend's advertising fails for you.
What's the deal with those candy-haired ravers from Gamer we posted a picture of a while back? Writer/directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine explained their sleazy secret at Comic Con, and it has to do (not surprisingly) with gaming. Spoilers...