Kyle J. Steenblik

Ready Player One is Edge to Edge Nostalgic Fun

Ready Player One is Edge to Edge Nostalgic Fun

Ready Player One Directed by: Steven Spielberg Screenplay by: Zak Penn, Ernest Cline Based on Ready Player One by Ernest Cline Starring: Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, T.J. Miller, Simon Pegg, Mark Rylance Production company Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Amblin Partners, De Line Pictures, Farah Films & Management Distributed by Warner […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Review: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Focuses On Team Dynamics And Is Better For It

Review: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Focuses On Team Dynamics And Is Better For It

Title: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Director: Christopher McQuarrie Screenwriter: Christopher McQuarrie (screenplay and story), Drew Pearce (story), and Bruce Geller (television series) Principal Cast: Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, and Simon McBurney Summary: Ethan and the team take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating the Syndicate — […]

 Alan Smithee

First Draft of Star Trek 3 Complete

First Draft of Star Trek 3 Complete

Roberto Orci has relayed to the geek-o-sphere via TrekMovie.com that the first draft for the newest in the line of rebooted Star Trek movies has been completed. Now that we’re beyond Khan, let’s hope we don’t see too much overlap with previous movies, however seeing the crew of the Enterprise attempt a remake at the […]

 Brian West

Set Your DVR: TNT’s Mob City

Set Your DVR: TNT’s Mob City

From zombies to mobsters…..

 Kyle J. Steenblik

The World’s End [Review]

The World’s End [Review]

The World’s End, just five guys out on the town, drinking a pint, having fun.  Fun is exactly what Edgar Wright delivers on this crawl to annihilation.  This is easily my favorite of Edgar Wright’s films to date specifically the Wright, Pegg, Frost films.  Dispensing with the similarities in tone and style to Hot Fuzz […]

 Ryan Thomason

The Worlds End, Advance Screening for Salt Lake City

We’ve already seen this movie (hey, the joys of being press) we can only say this….

 Jasen

Star Trek Into Darkness: Is It Worth Your Money?

Star Trek Into Darkness: Is It Worth Your Money?
 Ryan Thomason

A SEATTLE ONLY Exclusive VIP Star Trek Into Darkness Event!

A SEATTLE ONLY Exclusive VIP Star Trek Into Darkness Event!

Set your phasers to TREKGASMS and throw some bumbling Red Shirts down the stairs if they get in your way! Want to meet John Cho, Simon Pegg and Alice Eve?

 Jasen

New Trailer and Posters Revealed For Star Trek Into Darkness

New Trailer and Posters Revealed For <em>Star Trek Into Darkness</em>

A new trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness is available!

 

Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol – Review

Mission Impossible 4:  Ghost Protocol – Review

Disavowed, disbanded, discharged. Now Ethan Hunt and his crew must clear their names and stop a plot to throw the world into nuclear war.

 James Helsby

LRE #53: Paul

LRE #53: Paul

Little Red Envelope In my mailbox this week: Paul Release Year: 2011 Staring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Seth Rogen, Jason Bateman Traveling the western United States, after just finishing up Comic-Con, two Brits happen upon a stranded alien who is trying desperately to get home.

 Ryan Thomason

It Could be the Greatest Post Apoc Movie of All Time

It Could be the Greatest Post Apoc Movie of All Time

Or, I just think very highly of Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright.

 Robert Chesley

VIDEO: “Shaun Of The Dead” Meets “Scott Pilgrim”

VIDEO: “Shaun Of The Dead” Meets “Scott Pilgrim”

This really cool video, done in the O’Malley’s “Scott Pilgrim” comic style, shows the story of “Shaun of the Dead” in about 60 seconds.

 

Simon Pegg provides update on The World’s End

Simon Pegg provides update on The World’s End

It will happen, it’s just going to take a while.

 

WPR at the movies: Paul

WPR at the movies: Paul

Paul has big shoes to fill. It’s the first time we’ve seen Simon Pegg and Nick Frost together in a film without Edgar Wright in the director’s seat and it’s a statement as to whether the two can still make a good film without him. Turns out they can, but Wright’s influence is missed nonetheless.