Movie star, Twitter hero, martial artist, former tax evader, and snappy dresser Wesley Snipes now has another notch on his belt: his debut novel, Talon of God, just landed a publisher and a release date. The book is described as a supernatural thriller which Snipes hopes will have big-screen potential.
The internet can be a bad and scary place. Yesterday, we were offered a moment of reprieve when many websites went down, struck by a massive DDoS attack. But the internet is back today and everything is flowing just like it always has. An alt-right troll tweets a Nazi Pepe at a Jewish journalist. An asshole from your…
Welcome to Dean Cain week, when we'll be posting a new Dean Cain clip, every single day! Today's outing is Futuresport, a 1998 TV movie (with a surprising amount of cussing and nudity on the DVD) about the most futuristic sport ever: Futuresport!
Wesley Snipes' zombie Western isn't necessarily new. Gallowwalkers (which, HA) was shot in 2006 and then delayed for many reasons. But in 2013 the film and its male lead are both being released! A newly-edited trailer has just been unveiled to the masses, and you need to watch this wacky shit right now.
In a strong argument for the existence of alternate realities, according to this purported 1987 Star Trek: The Next Generation casting sheet Wesley Snipes was once a front-runner to play Geordi La Forge. UPDATED:
If you couldn't stay up for last night's Demolition Man tweetathon, here's the cream of the Sylvester Stalloney, fish-out-of-watery crop.
At 9:00 pm EST, we're picking a gem from the Netflix Watch Instantly library and tweeting the shit out of it. This week, we're going to the over-muscled future with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes' Demolition Man.
Wesley Snipes, unlike most people at Sundance, is really there to find the Wii Town. "I want to de-virginize myself into the Wii...if I find it." Wii Town's vampire and tax-free, I hear.
Wesley Snipes is the unsung hero of B-movies - no matter how craptastic the flick, he's always there to pull it out and bring in a little class. Well, except in Future Sport, a movie so terrible that it can't even be saved by Wesley Snipes on an antigrav skateboard, with a fake Jamaican accent and faker dreads (WHY,…
Must-see movies are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: Blade II
Vitals: One of the first vampire flicks to go science fictional, Blade II is about an illuminati-style…