Archives for April, 2010
MTAC, one of the most vibrant and innovative Asian culture events in the south will feature you guessed it, us! …continue reading
Directed by Luis Berdejo
Starring: Kevin Costner, Samantha Mathis, Ivana Baquero, Gattlin Griffith
“History is merely a list of surprises. It can only prepare us to be surprised yet again.”
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. …continue reading
Directed by Betty Thomas
Voices by Amy Poehler, Anna Faris, Christina Applegate, Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler
“Movies are so rarely great art that if we cannot appreciate trash we have very little reason to be interested in them”
Alvin and the Chipmunks is an animated music group created by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr. in 1958. The group consists of three singing animated anthropomorphic chipmunks: Alvin, the troublemaker, who quickly became the star of the group; Simon, the tall, bespectacled intellectual; and Theodore, the chubby impressionable one. …continue reading
After a week off we’re back and we’ve got a lot to say about Chuck, Star Wars Blu-Rays, digital comics, Aliens prequels and much more! Also come see us record live at the Middle Tennessee Anime Convention at 7pm this Saturday! Get the details at www.mtac.net
Directed by Mike Marshall
Starring Akemi, Albertine, Cherry, GoGo, India, Kokeshi, Loretta, Maia, Manko, Mnislahi, Nic, Sawa, Shenni, Tiffany, Toy, Venla and Yuki.
That’s right more Suicide Girls! These scantly clade and tatted young women are on vacation and we’re along for the ride. …continue reading
Park Chan Wook is easily one of the most compelling filmmakers in the industry today. His trilogy of Vengeance films is visually unique, stunningly dramatic, and the stories build in social and political commentary in an earthy and believable way that most current filmmakers can’t do. …continue reading
So since there’s no Webcast this week we thought we’d still make sure you guys know what comics are on shelves this week! Here’s the list: …continue reading
So since there’s no Webcast this week, we thought we’d still make sure you guys know what DVD’s and Blu-Ray’s are on shelves this week! Here’s the list: …continue reading
The Nashville Film Festival began last Thursday and runs through this Thursday and it’s keeping over half the CineGeek staff slammed! So unfortunately there will be no Webcast this week. Episode 110 will land next Monday night with all the news, arguments, jokes, and other CineGeek shenanigans that you expect from each and every episode!
In the meantime check out some stills from the festival and posters and art from the films that are keeping us so busy!
Outside the theater
What else is there to say other than must see!!
Yup, seeing this film too!
Cool poster art for this one!
Mario Van Peebles (director) Michael Clarke Duncan (actor)
Jane Semore, classic Bond Girl and oh yeah, Dr. Quinn!
Directed by:david Cage
Starring: Pascal Langdale, Jaqui Ainsley, Judi Beecher, Leon Ockenden
This game has been in the works for the Playstation 3 virtually since the console launched. It’s billed as an interactive novel or movie rather than a traditional game. So, is Heavy Rain just a gussied up videogame version of a Zork or Find Your Fate book? …continue reading
Directed by Hayao Miyazaki
Voices by Noah Cyrus, Frankie Jones, Cate Blanchett, Tina Fey, Betty White, Matt Damon
“It is the childlike mind that finds the kingdom.”
I have stated many times on Cinegeek.com how much of a fan I am of Academy Award winning director and world renowned Japanese animation legend Hayao Miyazaki. So, is there any question how excited I was to watch this Blu Ray release of his latest film when it hit my doorstep? …continue reading
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Oh, you’re probably asking, why the nun picture from Leverage? The answer, why not! Listeners to the CineGeek Webcast probably aren’t surprised!
Directed by: Malcolm Venville
Starring: Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, John Hurt, Tom Wilkinson, Stephen Dillane, Joanne Whalley
How far would you go to revenge a broken heart? How far down the rabbit hole would you let your friends drag you? That’s two questions that Colin Diamond has got to figure out. …continue reading
Cars, motorcycles, anything with a motor and wheels have been an infatuation of Americans since the first horse and buggy and more so since the first real car came rolling off the assembly line. The open road and the curiosity about what’s at the other end of that road is an infatuation of Americans too. …continue reading
Our host Mark’s Comix City Too! in Madison, TN is under construction this week so we dodge the hammers and saws to chat about the Green Lantern’s costume in the upcoming movie, Wonder Con, Conan finding a home on basic cable and Alan’s out this week!