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Slice May Be The Best Media Player Ever Created

Slice enters a pretty loaded field of media players, and as a Kickstarter project, it comes across a bit as the “little engine that could but may not”; however, judging by the specs and the software, we think this may be the best media player to date, and we’ll tell you why. While Slice can make use of the Internet, it doesn’t require it in order to play your videos, music, or whatever. That’s because it comes equipped with 1 terabyte storage as well as inputs for more in case you want to add to it. All you have to Read More

The Expendables 3: Why It’s REALLY Failing At The Box Office

A box office update from The Hollywood Reporter revealed that The Expendables grossed just $875,000 in its opening night at the box office. This number is a slight improvement from the first film, but not really when you take into consideration that it opened at the 7pm slot, while the original debuted with a late showing and still managed to rake in $860,000. It’s not expected to hit $20 million domestically for the entire opening weekend, though it will probably be a huge hit overseas. (If A Good Day To Die Hard can be successful, then why not this?) While Read More

The Russian Bear Documentary Salutes Ivan Koloff

The Russian Bear is the definitive documentary about Ivan Koloff, and how he became one of wrestling’s biggest legends. While we’re certainly not as “in” to wrestling as we used to be, there is and will always be a soft spot for the era where Koloff was at his most popular. In those days, the cat wasn’t out of the bag. Most knew wrestling was “fake,” but there was an aura of mystery and uncertainty that still surrounded it. Only now are some of the super-cool behind the scenes moments starting to come to light. This Kickstarter project promises more Read More

Robin Williams Dead At 63: What We’re Watching Tonight In Memoriam

Robin Williams is dead at 63. Typing that is very surreal considering I grew up watching this guy on HBO and VHS. Even tougher to grasp than the fact this is not a hoax, is the idea that someone could be so successful and so well-respected, but still feel empty inside (if the depression and suicide statements are true). Situations like this make you look at yourself and value what you have. And when it comes to things we value, now’s a good time to look back on three of our favorite Williams films that we originally discovered on tape Read More

30 Home Theaters That’ll Leave You Speechless

Home theaters belong in every movie-loving, sports-watching guy’s home. It’s unfortunate that not all of us can afford it, but with technologies edging cheaper and the Internet an endless hub of DIY information, it should be doable. In the meantime, here are 30 of the best on the web. If you have any home theater designs that you’d like to share, shoot us an email, and we’ll see about adding them to the list! Now without further ado, let’s pull back the curtain on these functional works of art. 

Must-Listen Podcasts No. 4: Filmspotting

For several years, Adam Kempenaar has kept the Filmspotting podcast growing strong. His knowledge of film is encyclopedic, and the different features on the show always spark lively discussion while bringing your attention to the films you should be watching instead of the endless stream of sequels and reboots out of Hollywood. (Not that he and current co-host Josh Larsen don’t have a soft spot for those, too.) This podcast offers Top 5s, Movie Marathon suggestions, and, perhaps the most favorite of all, Massacre Theater, where Adam and Josh act out a scene from a popular film and challenge their Read More

’86 Mets: The Movie, Revisit One Of The Craziest World Series Ever

I remember watching the 1986 World Series and hoping against all things holy that the Boston Red Sox would break the curse and put a stop to the New York Mets. Alas, ’twas not to be. There was something special about that group of guys, and now a new Kickstarter campaign hopes to honor them with ’86 Mets: The Movie. Project head Heather Quinlan describes why she chose this team for the documentary film treatment: “They were the last championship team in New York to reflect the true identity of the city that never sleeps,” she writes. “They were the Read More

Star Trek: Axanar, The Newest Feature Film You Haven’t Heard About

Say what you want about the ongoing debate between which sci-fi franchise is better — Star Trek or Star Wars — but one thing is for certain: the Star Wars camp just aren’t as inventive as the Trekkers. It took Disney buying out Lucasfilm for us to get another SW film or TV series. When Trek fans go without, they just decide to make them themselves. That’s why we have Star Trek Continues, Star Trek Phase II, and now this, Star Trek: Axanar, a new slick-looking feature film funded through the Kickstarter community. Axanar takes place 21 years before the Read More