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    ‘Big Hero 6’ Art Posters From Poster Posse

    Poster Posse, famous for their online art shows (including Godzilla, Interstellar, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Pacific Rim), have released a batch of poster art for Big Hero Six. Here as just some examples. Check out their website to see more of their work. via SlashFilm Official Big Hero 6 […] More

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    ‘Pacific Rim 2’ arriving in 2017

    Deadline reported Thursday that Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim is getting a 3D sequel, with Universal and Legendary Pictures shooting for an April 7, 2017 release. Del Toro is back on to direct as well. The previous film grossed just over $100 million domestically at the box office and was something of a disappointment financially Stateside, […] More

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    Hey You Geeks!! Podcast #15: Goodbye 2013

    Happy New Year Geeks! In episode 15 of the Hey You Geeks podcast we look back at the year that was 2013. We’re tracing back the best and worst comic book films, falling on opposite sides of the Man Of Steel debate. We’re determining which film is the biggest disappointment of the year and which […] More

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    Staff List: The 30 Best Films of 2013

    As with any year, some people have begun arguing that 2013 was a bad year for film, because of the expected glut of effects-heavy blockbusters that litter the multiplexes each summer, or because there was a lack of auteur-driven storytelling for the majority of the year. Though it is indeed frustrating that studios hold their […] More

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    Ranking the Films of Director Guillermo Del Toro

    7: Hellboy 2 There’s a palpable joy to Hellboy II: The Golden Army, a tactile love that graces every scene, bringing to life a fantastical world full of wonders and terrors, and enlivening the proceedings with enough cleverness to keep things moving along. Where Hellboy is a servicable comic-book adaptation from the early era of […] More

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    Hey You Geeks!! Podcast #7: Pacific Rim and Our San Diego Comic Con Hopes and Dreams

    In episode-seven of the “Hey You Geeks!!” podcast, we look at Pacific Rim, Guillermo del Toro’s biggest movie to date, and determine where this robot versus monster epic falls in the awesome to awful category. Is this another Transformers or a transition back to the classic and original films long absent from summer blockbuster season? After that, […] More

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    ‘Pacific Rim’ – Sound On Sight Podcast #362

    The summer movie season is nearly done, but isn’t it about time we were treated to a non-sequel/remake/spinoff? Guillermo del Toro’s first feature in a long time, Pacific Rim, finally makes land this week, bringing with it a giant dose of sugar-coated destruction. Will del Toro’s expensive geek fantasy charm Ricky, Josh, and Simon, or will […] More

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    ‘Pacific Rim’ a sometimes thrilling fever-dream mishmash of summer movie tropes

    If Calvin and Hobbes, those most delightful and beloved comic-strip characters, made a monster movie out of one of their fever-dream playtime japes, it would probably look a great deal like Pacific Rim. The sweaty, breathless determination with which the film’s main concept plays out, as well as how frequently it aims to top itself, is both charming and a mild hindrance. (Cartoonist Bill Watterson was able to get away with such boyhood tomfoolery because he was working with a much shorter amount of space and time.) Co-writer and director Guillermo del Toro has broken free of his almost quaint, homemade style in Pacific Rim, delivering, in many ways, the ultimate summer movie, for good and ill. More

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