This week brings the latest Zack Snyder opus to the big screen, which led to the news that Snyder really wants to make Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead into a movie, which led all of us to talk about the last time Snyder put his id on rampant display: Sucker Punch.
Flames coursing around my arms, I look at the Seattle police officer standing before me. He puts his gun on the sidewalk and raises both hands in the air, shaking his head. I can accept his surrender or not.
I was worried about Second Son.
inFamous: Second Son on the Playstation 4 is not quite the same animal as what we're used to on the PS3. Cole's glower has been swapped out for Delsin's laid-back wisecracks. Second Son's Seattle is more high-definition-er than was possible on the PS3, and appealing neon lights fly around the screen instead of the…
When Brad Meyer wants to create fire, he doesn't just light a match. He rubs two pieces of charcoal together, then burns some charcoal, then pours water on burning charcoal, then rubs more charcoal together, then drops charcoal on a steel chimney, then crushes up charcoal with a mortar and pestle, and then, just for…
Spoilers follow for the ending of Infamous 2.
Ah, the sailor suit. While the navies that originated it have toned them down considerably, it’s still the preferred uniform for many a hardcore asskicker. Here are 15 folks who prove that just because you’re wearing a gigantic collar, a neckerchief and/or a skirt, it doesn’t mean you can’t be a badass.
Now that The Hunger Games is breaking box office records, one thing's for sure: The CW is going to be racing forward with its TV version of Hunger Games, called The Selection. We can only hope it goes as amazingly bonkers as The CW's answer to Twilight, The Vampire Diaries. Plus if you consider Arrow to be The CW's…
Every year, it's easy to come up with a long list of the year's worst science fiction and fantasy movies. Reels and reels of garbage arrive in cinemas with shocking regularity. But it's a good year when you can think of half a dozen great genre films off the top of your head. By that standard, 2011 was a good year.
It's hard to believe the director of Watchmen and Sucker Punch didn't craft this post-apocalyptic S&M fetishwear superhero ad campaign. This is the Snyder aesthetic, dumbed down and turned into a mass retail campaign. With a weird 1960s cartoon "WHAM!" on top, just so you know it's actually campy.
Everybody is blowing up New York these days. But it's been five years since Hurricane Katrina. Thank goodness the first post-Katrina video game is just respectful enough as it gives a taste of a flooded city. [Kotaku]
Now it's official: Marvel Studios won't be promoting The Avengers, or any other forthcoming movies, at Comic-Con. With this news, Marvel joins parent company Disney, plus Warner Bros. and the Weinstein Co., in sitting out SDCC 2011.
Since Sucker Punch failed to conquer the box office, there's been lots of speculation about why it was a box office failure. Was it too stylized? Was it the reviews? Did it fail to appeal to women or older adults?
Sucker Punch goes inside an imprisoned woman's mind for a dark, surreal fantasy adventure. We asked the cast and crew about the fiendishly complex story, the fine line between exploitation and empowerment, and the horrors of steampunk zombie war.
If you liked Ben Hibon's short "The Trenches," you're going to love his next two Sucker Punch animated shorts "Dragon" and "Distant Planet." Plus we've got 5 actual clips which from the film, showcasing the first ever dialog!
We've sung the praises of Jerad Marantz's fantastic concept art before. Now check out the mecha, orcs, and shogun robots Marantz designed for Zack Snyder's sanitarium-and-schoolgirls escape flick Sucker Punch.
This animated short from Sucker Punch shows what happens to the poor fallen soldiers in Zack Snyder's dark war universe. From the mind behind Harry Potter's Deathly Hallows animation, Ben Hibon, comes "The Trenches." Watch!
The young mutants of X-Men: First Class explain why the movie focuses on more obscure characters. Martin Sheen is amazed with the new Spider-Man Andrew Garfield. Plus a new Prometheus love interest, a massive Doctor Who roundup, and much more!
Say what you will about Zack Snyder — he knows how to make a gorgeous looking film. And we've got 45 high-res stills from Sucker Punch to prove it. Behold the over-saturated underwear-clad beauties!