Damn, the third season of Adventure Time has wrapped up, at least it went out on a high note. This episode was all about Jake trying to find a way to mend the broken heart of Finn, who really needs to get over Princess Bubblegum.
You know how I’ve now realized my Dad never truly loved me? He never custom made a dungeon for me to fight my way through and claim the family Demon Blood Sword. What a horrible, horrible thing to neglect to do upon a child.
Balloons are instruments of the future, and Finn see’s a side of Marceline that he’ll never be able to forget. Ever.
I went in with low expectations and left with a great feeling. Then I got bored to death. Guess which movie I’m talking about.
Who would have thought a show about a guy in a dog suit, who is actually a dog, making Elijah Wood, the only guy who can see him as a non-dog do bong hits would be a great show?
Can I summarize Rise of the Planet of the Apes in a Haiku?
Being a huge Star Wars fan since I was a kid, It was a pleasure reading Star Wars: Invasion – Revelations #2. Will you too share my opinion?
When I think of children’s board books, you know the ones made from that much thicker and rigid material than paper (the kind that a kid has to actively decide to destroy), I never thought I’d ever include the words Japanese mascot and haiku in the review.
Khary Randolph and Chris Roberson have stolen the title of favorite new comic away and aren’t sorry about doing so.
After defeating a large demon in the street, Garcia Hotspur finds that the forces of hell have gathered and have taken his girlfriend Paula.
It’s about time that I finally got around to seeing this film. I heard such great things about it and well, it finally came in the mail via Netflix last night.
I’ve had a taste of Robert Rodriguez’s love of the ridiculous with Planet Terror, but I was not prepared for the bar he raised with Machete.