As Lego Dimensions, the video game that mashes up all of your favorite pop-culture franchises, moves into its second year, the toymaker is pulling out all the stops when it comes to introducing new characters, worlds, and vehicles. If you thought you could give your credit card a rest after the first series, you’re so…
The summer of 2010 was a bit underwhelming as far as movies went — but summer 2011's looking like the craziest of them all, with the densest concentration of nerd-candy ever. At least, Jon Favreau is calling it a "bloodbath."
Did you understand what Vin Diesel was saying half the time in Pitch Black? Or the new B.A. Baracus in The A-Team? And good luck understanding Ken Watanabe in Inception. DenOfGeek declares war on muddy sound mixes and mumbling actors.
McG made one truly great movie — Charlie's Angels is a masterpiece, one I'll defend with my dying breath. And after watching The A-Team, I was reminded that Hollywood could still take some lessons from McG on making nostalgia porn.
Spring is here, and that means one thing: the serious Oscar movies and post-apocalyptic trudge-fests of winter are over. Get ready for explosions, sexy mad science, and cyborg-on-cyborg violence. Here's our guide to the science fiction/fantasy movies of spring.
The new Kick-Ass trailer is out, and it pretty much narrates the entire film — which only makes us more desperate to fill in the ultra-violent, blatantly wrong and nasty blanks. Plus the A-Team trailer has turned up online too.
It's the television show that we always wanted to see when we were 10 years old, even though we didn't realize it: The A-Team, as robots. Insert your own "I pity the foo'" joke here.
Science fiction fans are like the bacteria in your stomach: most of the time, they help to keep you healthy. But when the pH balance goes wrong, and the bacteria start running the show, they can make you sick. We've expressed our view that Star Trek deserves euthanasia partly because it inevitably caters too much to…