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The Last Airbender: The New Shyamalan?

Okay, so here’s the deal: M. Night Shyamalan is a name that polarizes many film fans. There are those who continue to love The Sixth Sense – which, let’s be honest, we all loved the first time around – and then the haters who now think that the twist ending was a cop-out. There are those, like me, who think Unbreakable is one of those …

Just One More Issue, Please!

The Question #37 came out this week–the first issue of that series to be published in twenty years. It’s the last of the one-off revivals DC’s been publishing over the past month as tie-ins with their Blackest Night event. This one, though, is special: it actually is effectively a new issue of the odd, intense little series whose …

Review: The Smart Scares of Frozen

I love the straightforward and streamlined gall of Frozen. Here’s a horror film that’s confident enough to abandon superficial scares – you know, those jump-cuts that catch you off guard and make you jolt – in favor of a concept that works on a far more insidious, intellectual level. Three skiers are stuck on a chairlift, about …

Sega News: Iron Man 2 Trailer With War Machine and a New 2-D Sonic Game

Lots of news out of Sega today. First they officially announced they’re working on a new 2-D side-scrolling Sonic the Hedgehog game. If you’ve tried playing any of the much-maligned 3-D Sonic games in the last few years, this is very good news. They’re calling it Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode I and it’ll be available to download for …

Me and the Iceman: Ashmore, X-Men Alum, Braves the Horrors of Frozen

There’s an ingenious little horror film set to hit theaters in select city tomorrow. It’s called Frozen, and the premise couldn’t be simpler: Three skiers are stranded on a chairlift in the freezing cold. And the ski resort is not set to open again for several days. (Check back for our review Friday)

It debuted at Sundance a …

In Which I Chat With Matt Fraction About Iron Man, Avatar and Watchmen

So Matt Fraction’s been in town for the last couple of weeks for various Marvel-y things that just so happened to coincide with Sega’s showcase of upcoming video games for the press. I was offered the opportunity to interview the Eisner award-winning writer who’s currently working on Invincible Iron Man and Thor. I jumped at the …

Techland Screening Room: Time to Set the Netflix Queue

Every Thursday, the Techland Screening Room digs deep in an attempt to appreciate one of the 50 most important sci-fi titles of cinema’s first century. When we’re not analyzing the films, we’re announcing the next title in the series. We welcome your thoughts, insights, grumblings and epiphanies.

Welcome to the inaugural …

Review: Broadband2Go For Your Mobile Internet Needs

At $60 per month and a two-year contract, mobile broadband internet access from the likes of T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint isn’t exactly cheap. But Virgin Mobile offers prepaid 3G mobile internet access without a contract.

Sure, your $60 doesn’t get you as much as you’d get with a monthly plan (1GB on Virgin Mobile versus 5GB …

Panel of the Week – 2/3/10

We were treated to some outstanding scenes this week. We had the death of an Avenger. We met a A-List mutant’s illegitimate son. We all got an architecture lesson. We got a reminder that ancient snake-headed evils are not to be screwed with and finally, motorcycle safety is not a laughing matter. Here it is, your

Titans to Clash in 3D: The Conversion Begins

Big news from Warner Bros. yesterday. Clash of the Titans, which had already been bumped back from its original release date, will now hit theaters April 2 as a full-fledged 3D experience.

This comes on the heels of the news that Warner Bros. is planning to release a whole slate of 2010 films in 3D:  From Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of …

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