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Gore Verbinski Explained Why His R-Rated 'BioShock' Adaptation Fell Apart

Bioshock, the arguably best video game about beating up homeless people for drug money in an Ayn Randian hellscape, nearly got a movie adaptation from… 333 more words

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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2017)

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Have I ever mentioned that Alice is my hero? Or that I am a HUGE fan of anything Resident Evil? 

It’s no secret that I love zombies, so this franchise holds a very special place in my heart and I am fiercely protective of it. 500 more words

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Assassin's Creed - The wait continues

After the largely disappointing performance of Warcraft, my hope rested on Assassin’s Creed. I loved the franchise, especially its historic settings. Even Vy was mazmerised by the French Revolution backdrop of Unity. 346 more words

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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

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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

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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

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'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

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