Saturday, 28 April 2012

100 Best Horror Films - Scariest Movies

The best horror films, as voted for by over 100 experts including Simon Pegg and Roger Corman

Time Out proudly presents the 100 best horror films, as chosen by those who write in, direct, star in and celebrate the genre.

Horror cinema is a monster. Mistreated, misunderstood and subjected to vicious critical attacks, somehow it keeps lumbering forward, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. For some, horror films are little better than pornography, focused purely on evoking a reaction – be it terror, disquiet or disgust – with little thought for ‘higher’ aspirations. For others, they're just a bit of fun: a chance to shriek and snigger at someone’s second-hand nightmare. 

But look again, and the story of horror is also the story of innovation and non-conformity in cinema, a place where dangerous ideas can be expressed, radical techniques can be explored, and filmmakers outside the mainstream can still make a big cultural splash. If cinema itself has an unconscious, a dark little corner from which new ideas emerge, blinking and malformed, it must be horror. The question is – which are the best horror films?

We polled well over 100 horror enthusiasts – with big names like Roger Corman, Guillermo del Toro, Simon Pegg, Clive Barker and Alice Cooper, and horror legends like Coffin Joe, Kim Newman and Tom Six – and came up with a definitive top 100 list.

The result may surprise you: while the top ten may be stuffed with big hitters, the full list is wonderfully unpredictable and packed with oddball leftfield choices. But what about your opinion?

As always, we’re keen to know what we got wrong and what we got right, so leave your opinionated rants (‘Where the hell was “I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle”?!’) on Facebook or on Twitter using #besthorrorfilms, by voting in our poll or in the comments below. Meanwhile, enjoy the list and prepare to be frightened. Very, very frightened.

By Derek Adams, Dave Calhoun, Cath Clarke, Sarah Cohen, Nigel Floyd and Tom Huddleston, with the generous support of everyone at FrightFest and Cine-Excess.

33 Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies that Could Rock Your Summer [Io9 Summer Preview]

Another list of "Must See" movies for the blockbuster season.

This year's summer movies just won't let up. There's Joss Whedon's Avengers, Chris Nolan's third Batman film, and Ridley Scott's long-awaited return to space horror. Plus maybe a dozen other movies that look like they could be totally fantastic. Here's our complete list of 32 movies coming out between now and September — including superheroes, aliens, time travel and the end of the world! More »

We'll Probably See Some New Nintendo Characters Soon - Nintendo Life

It's about time we had some new Nintendo characters.



Monday, 23 April 2012

Nintendo Direct: New Super Mario Bros. 2 announced for 3DS

Nintendo Direct: New Super Mario Bros. 2 announced for 3DS:

Nintendo has unveiled the latest Mario game at today’s Nintendo Direct live stream. New Super Marios Bros 2 for the Nintendo 3DS was shown off via some in-game still screenshots. Not a lot is known about the game just yet, but we did notice that Raccoon Tail Mario will make his return from 3D Land and that the P Meter from Super Mario World 3 will also be returning, hinting that Mario will take it to the skies once again.




Thursday, 19 April 2012

The First Photo of Aaron Eckhart in I, Frankenstein !

The First Photo of Aaron Eckhart in I, Frankenstein !: The very first photo from the Victoria, Australia set of Stuart Beattie's I, Frankenstein is now online, courtesy of photographer Pablo Hassan, who captured Aaron Eckhart in full makeup as the creature, Adam.



Also starring Socratis Otto, Yvonne Strahovski and Miranda Otto, the film tells the modern-day tale of Dr. Frankenstein's creature, who nearly centuries after his "birth", has found himself in a gothic city, caught up in a war between two immortal clans.

Though based on the comic by Kevin Grevioux, leading man Aaron Eckhart recently explained to ComingSoon.net that Mary Shelley's original novel is where he's focusing his attention to build the character.

I, Frankenstein hits theaters on February 22, 2013.

Check out these stunning Zelda movie posters

Check out these stunning Zelda movie posters:

Zelda Ocarina Of Time fan poster

Monday, 16 April 2012

Music Alliance Pact – April 2012

MAP - You're passport to a world of music!

If you’re in the mood to expand your musical horizons, there’s an eclectic mixture of free tunes to discover from all corners of the globe – the ones from Canada, Denmark, France and Ireland are particularly rocking my world. This month’s MAP also includes an mp3 from band of the moment Alabama Shakes courtesy of our friends in America.


First image from The Munsters remake Mockingbird Lane is gothic architectural eye candy [Mockingbird Lane]

First image from The Munsters remake Mockingbird Lane is gothic architectural eye candy [Mockingbird Lane]:

The first photo is out for Bryan Fuller's remake of the classic quirky sitcom The Munsters, Mockingbird Lane. Unfortunately, it's not a cast picture (we're dying to see Eddie Izzard as Grandpa), but it does set a cartoony gothic tone — at least where the show's architecture is concerned. More »

Stunning Avengers art T-shirts will make your torso twice as heroic [Sci Fashion]

Stunning Avengers art T-shirts will make your torso twice as heroic [Sci Fashion]:

If you thought nothing could amplify your feverish excitement for the arrival of The Avengers, these new T-shirts could prove you wrong. WeLoveFine has selected the winners in its Avengers T-shirt design contest, and they include some pretty sweet art by Dean Trippe and a host of other great artists. Check out the winning designs below. More »

Zombie survival Google Map allows you to find food and guns for the undead apocalypse [Zombies]

Zombie survival Google Map allows you to find food and guns for the undead apocalypse [Zombies]:

Did you forget to stock up on crossbows and canned beef stew for the inevitable zombie uprising? For shame! More »

Soso - Happy People (Everything Was Beautiful And Nothing Hurt)





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8-Bit 6 String = NES Guitar - Retro News @ Nintendo Life

8-Bit 6 String = NES Guitar - Retro News @ Nintendo Life

Friday, 13 April 2012

Young Oceans

Young Oceans

Brooklyn, NY / Gospel | Experimental

About 

Before the beginning it is said the great Spirit of God in canopies of darkness hovered over the face of the deep the brooding potential of all to come stirring the waters down into the ominous void went the words of God creating space to be filled with water and life teeming first light on the young oceans vast the life it grew always on into the space beyond though the poisons came bent backs and nothing was the same except for God before the end it is said we the young oceans will wrestle no more with the deep dark glimpsing out like children before the sea we see what will be coming singing on the banks waiting together and telling winding stories of just how the ancient curse has lost its grip so all with God are young forever -Caleb Clardy

For Fans Of 

Explosions In The Sky, Pink Floyd, Charles Wesley, Isaac Watts, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

Thursday, 12 April 2012

Looper - Teaser - Tomorrow

  Looper - Teaser - Tomorrow

In the futuristic action thriller Looper, time travel will be invented - but it will be illegal and only available on the black market. When the mob wants to get rid of someone, they will send their target 30 years into the past, where a "looper" - a hired gun, like Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) - is waiting to mop up. Joe is getting rich and life is good... until the day the mob decides to "close the loop," sending back Joe's future self (Bruce Willis) for assassination. The film is written and directed by Rian Johnson and also stars Emily Blunt, Paul Dano, and Jeff Daniels. Ram Bergman and James D. Stern produce.
Directed by: Rian Johnson
Starring: Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emily Blunt, Paul Dano, Noah Segan, Piper Perabo, Jeff Daniels

The 20 Most Anticipated Movies of Summer 2012 - Film School Rejects

An interesting list to be sure - hadn't even heard of some of these movies before reading this list.


The 20 Most Anticipated Movies of Summer 2012
Film School Rejects
Nothing says “summer at the movies” quite like a metric ton of big name blockbusters flooding theaters near you – superheroes on top of superheroes, classic television series brought back from the dead, animated gems about finding yourself – oh my! But with the cinema summer growing ever-larger, the stakes being pushed ever-higher, and enough content to keep audience members in their seats ever-longer, a line has to be drawn somewhere.

Which is why all the members of the Voting Body of Film School Rejects gathered together in our secret chambers to vote on just which films have won our Most Anticipated nod. Twenty films emerged from our complicated, decades-old voting process (read: a Google doc) to be crowned winners. Why twenty? Well, there are twenty weeks in the cinematic summer season (if you count May, which we do – April will be included next year if Hollywood keeps this up), and that should give you movie-lovers a reasonable goal to meet for the viewing season.

We’ve even managed to pinpoint our most anticipated movie-going weekend of the summer – June 22nd, when four films open in theaters, all of which made our list. But beyond the mathematics that went into picking the summer’s best weekend, there were also some genuine surprises on the list – including big tentpole films missing completely (sorry, Battleship and Dark Shadows), some indies that sneaked in with lots of votes, a battle royale that went down between our number one and number two picks, and the shock of our number four pick (one that will likely surprise more than a few of you – especially when you see the number five film it stuck an arrow in before emerging victorious).

After the break, check out the Officially Official List of the Twenty Most Anticipated Films of Your Movie-Going Summer, 2012 Edition.

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

The ships of Battlestar Galactica, immortalized in thousands of LEGO bricks [Battlestar Galactica]

The ships of Battlestar Galactica, immortalized in thousands of LEGO bricks [Battlestar Galactica]:

LEGO enthusiasts Garry King has a simple mission — to build the spacecraft of Battlestar Galactica out of thousands upon thousands of tiny plastic bricks. So far, he's constructed a sizable fleet of Colonial and Cylon craft. More »

Tom Waits To Perform Songs From 'Bad As Me' Live For The First Time

Tom Waits To Perform Songs From 'Bad As Me' Live For The First Time: Tom Waits is heading to NYC this month to perform on late night television. It remains a mystery as to what gems the iconoclast will chose to perform on those stages…but he will be talking with the hosts as well as playing songs for the very first time live from his latest, Bad As Me, “the best-reviewed major album of 2011,” according to metacritic.com.


April 24th, Tom Waits to perform on Late Show With Dave Letterman


April 25th, Tom Waits to perform on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Watch the Red Band Trailer for Seth MacFarlane's Ted

Watch the Red Band Trailer for Seth MacFarlane's Ted: Seth MacFarlane makes his directorial debut with Ted and Universal Pictures has just debuted the first trailer at Funny or Die . You can check it out in the player below as well as the newly-released poster and a trio of stills from the July 13th film.

This summer, the "Family Guy" creator brings his boundary-pushing brand of humor to the big screen for the first time as writer, director and voice star of Ted . In the live action/CG-animated comedy, he tells the story of John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg), a grown man who must deal with the cherished teddy bear who came to life as the result of a childhood wish… and has refused to leave his side ever since.

You can also follow Ted himself on Twitter through the just-launched viral account, @whattedsaid.

Warning: The trailer below contains strong language.


The Legend Of Zelda coming to 3DS eShop this week

If you didn't already get this along with the 3DS Ambassador's Program you should make sure it goes straight to the top of your "Must Buy" List!
The Legend Of Zelda coming to 3DS eShop this week: This week's Nintendo downloads.

If you've never played the original Legend Of Zelda before you may want to head to the 3DS eShop this week as you'll be able to download Link's first NES adventure for £4.50.



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Friday, 6 April 2012

How Juan Carlos Fresnadillo will de-cheese his Highlander reboot! [Highlander]

Could a Highlander remake/reboot actually be worth seeing...I personally doubt it, but the director of 28 Weeks Later will still give it a stab (and I'm gonna make the call that Jeremy Renner will play Conner Macleod given his appearance in the afore mentioned zombie flick).

Awesome Album: Last Dinosaurs - In a Million Years



Last Dinosaurs are an Indie Pop group hailing out of Brisbane, Australia and have put out one of the greated debut albums I've heard in ages.