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The 'Mortal Kombat' Movies Get Toasted By An Honest Trailer

The newest honest trailer from Screen Junkies and Smosh Games scores a flawless victory with 1995’s Mortal Kombat and 1997’s Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. Screen Junkies already said “get over here” to the original… 216 more words


Opinion: Stop making video movies, start making shows.

I think we can all agree,film adaptations of video games suck. They range from barely passable to down right garbage (say it with me, gah-bage). They are usually the cheap cash in, the rushes property or the poorly adapted films that we’ve been subjected to for the past few decades. 894 more words


GUEST POST: Are There Any Good Video Game Movies Out There?

By: Caroline

Video game movies have been around since the 90s (longer than superhero films) and it doesn’t seem like Hollywood has any plans to stop creating them. 966 more words

Movie Posts

'Pokemon Go' Has Renewed Hollywood's Interest In That 'Pokemon' Movie

Legendary has reportedly been trying to get the rights to a live-action Pokemon movie for months now, but news from Deadline says they’re making aggressive moves to close the deal in light of the absurd popularity of… 232 more words


“Warcraft’s” Mangled Narrative - and How to Fix It


“Warcraft” film (2016), the newest effort to pull off a successful video game adaptation, is currently playing in cinemas all over the world. Even though its acclaimed director Duncan Jones ( 4,551 more words

Film Discussion

A Review of Warcraft: The Beginning (2016)

Spoilers ahead. 

Warcraft: The Beginning.

Warcraft: The Beginning was released in the UK yesterday, and I went in with a sensible level of optimism, being familiar with the terrible track record of the ‘video game to film adaptation’ genre. 1,210 more words


10 Years: “Silent Hill”

Horror films either work, or they don’t. Seldom can a horror film get away with simply being creepy and maybe a little bit of fun. If horror fans wanted that they could just watch some mediocre TV movie or series that has a lot of horror elements. 1,416 more words