As someone who has playing video games for most of my life, I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that the idea of playing your favourite game on a theatre projector is a dream I’ve had for a long time. The dream has never come true, but recently, I’ve had a taste of it, and I am absolutely in love. This holiday, I was given the gift of a projector! Continue reading Gaming with a Projector
It’s an exciting time for Nintendo, with the next big Legend of Zelda game well into development and its eyes set on early 2017, not to mention the Nintendo NX console, whatever it will be called at launch. Then there’s talk about Nintendo movies… WHAT?! Continue reading Nintendo movies to come in the future?
That said, all that has been done so far is the script by Mr. Del Toro himself, but it is still disappointing that we may not see a sequel to the fantastic original… even if it is great just for the giant Monster vs. Mech fights (is that not enough?).
Director Uwe Boll, responsible for such timeless classics as In The Name of The King and BloodRayne, got quite upset over the failure of his third crowdfunding campaign because we are assholes for not giving him any money.
In his rant he hits out at those who rather fund movies of a “retarded wizard in the forest” rather than more “important” works of art like Rampage 3: No Mercy.
Boll has a talent for securing money for his movies, despite the vast majority being absolute garbage, with them universally hated by critics and moviegoers alike. He even has a reputation in the gaming community for his movie adaptions of video games such as Postal and Far Cry.
“Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night”
Christopher Nolan has already proven he can make a mind-bending movie, that can be exhilarating, layered, and thoroughly thrilling, but Interstellar is his first time implementing those elements into a proper Sci-Fi. The world wonders with movies like Gravity, Avatar, and other recent hits in the genre, what can Interstellar bring to the table, how does it differentiate itself from things we’ve seen before into a fascinating genre that often isn’t done proper justice? The answer is just a man wanting to be with his family, and the relationship he has with his daughter. Continue reading Interstellar Review