Happy New Year! It’s that time again to look forward and see what’s in store at box office this year. I’ve compiled my list of 13 movies for 2013 to give you a look at my eclectic taste.
*Must-See meaning I really, really want to see these movies. Whether or not I make it to the theaters is another story. Breaking away for a 3 hour stint from the little man on one of our rare days off is a feat. All that being said, we will see how many of these I actually make it to see. Continue reading
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Tagged 2013, A Good Day to Die Hard, Anchorman 2, Benedict Cumberbatch, Bruse Willis, Catching Fire, Charlie Hunnam, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine, DC, Disney, Edger Wright, Frozen, Guillermo Del Toro, Hennifer Lawrence, Henry Cavill, Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellan, Idina Menzel, Idris Elba, Iron Man 3, James Franco, JJ Abrams, Jon Favreau, Josh Hutcherson, Kristin Bell, Man of Steel, Martin Freeman, Marvel, Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, Must-See Movies, Nick Frost, Oz the Great and Powerful, Pacific Rim, Peter Jackon, Rachel Wiess, Robert Downey Jr., Ron Perlman, Simon Pegg, Star Trek into Darkness, Superman, Suzanne Collins, The Desolation of Smaug, The Hobbit, The Hunger Games, The Wolverine, The World's End, Thor 2, Will Farrell, Zach Snyder, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana
We all know that feeling. It starts with the previews and the teasers during re-runs. That new show, with those actors you like, is about to come to that network you watch. You can’t wait to tune in, and when you do, it’s one of the greatest things you’ve ever seen. You’re vested in the story, the characters, everything. Nothing can possibly get better than this, IT’S AMAZ… WHAT!?! CANCELLED!?!?! Join us this week as we reflect and mourn on some of our favorite TV shows that were sent to an early grave by the TV and network execs. Don’t get too cozy, have a plan B lined up for that time slot, and whatever you do don’t let FOX premiere your as we talk cancelled TV shows on a new episode of Monkey in the Cage.
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Tagged 3-D Photobooth, Alcatraz, Angry Birds, Arrested Development, Big Bella T-Shirt Launcher, Bryan Fuller, Carnivale, Chad Coleman, Charlie Hunnam, Community, Daniel Day-Lewis, Dead Like Me, Deadwood, Death of Maude Flanders, Firefly, FlashForward, FOX, Freak and Geeks, Freaks and Geeks, fx, Geek, Goldie Blox, Gummy Python, HBO, Hell on Wheels, Ian McShane, Jericho, Joseph Fiennes, Joss Whedon, Judd Apatow, Justified, Kristen Bell, Kristin Chenoweth, Lee Pace, Lights Out, Lincoln Movie, LOST, Michael Ironside, Michael Stahl-David, Monkey in the Cage, NBC, Olivia Wilde, Philadelphia 76'ers, Podcast, Pushing Daisies, Sally Field, Sam Fischer, Serenity, Seth Rogan, Sixers, Skeet Ulrich, Splinter Cell, Star Wars Angry Birds, Taco Cannon, The Black Donnellys, The Campaign, The Dandy Warhols, The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead Television Series, Timothy Olyphant, Tom Hardy, Twilight, Tyrese, Undeclared, VAT19, Veronica Mars, We Used to Be Friends, Will Ferrell, Wonderfalls, Zach Galifianakis
If you’re old like us, you remember the good old days of video gaming. One console, one controller, and usually no more than two buttons and some sort of directional device… and a gun! These days, video gaming is moving in a more active and immersive direction and it seems like the manufacturers can’t get enough of gadgets. Join us this week as we discuss the changing direction of how we enjoy our video games, from the early days of Atari to the fading promise of Virtual Reality. Holster your Light Zapper, strap on your Nunchuku, and clear the room of small pets, children and breakable valuables because it’s about to action packed in here as we talk video gaming peripherals on a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage.
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Tagged Alien, Alien: Resurection, aliens, Batman Lego Game, Boba Fett, Bounty Hunter, Charlie Day, Charlie Hunnam, Coruscant, Cryptozoic Entertainment, Dance Central, Dance Central 2, DanceDanceRevolution, Dawn of The Planet of The Apes, DC Comics, DC Heroes Lego Game, Demolition Man, Disney, Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog, Duck Hunt, EA Sports Active, Electronic Arts, Evangelion, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Frodo, Game Genie, Gaming, Gaming Peripherals, Gandalf, Godzilla, Guillermo Del Toro, H.P. Lovecraft, Hogan's Alley, Idris Elba, Jim Henson, Joss Whedon, kickstarter, Kinect, Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sensor, Konami, Legos, Lord of the Rings Lego Video Game, Lord of the Rings Legos, LucasArts, Mario Kart, Marvel Comics, Menacer Light Gun, Midway, Mountains of Madness, N64, Neil Patrick Harris, Nintendo 64, Nintendo Wii, Northstar Wedding, Operation Wolf, Pacific Rim, Penny Arcade, Playstation, Playstation 3, PlayStation Move, Prometheus, Repo: The Genetic Opera, RepoMen, Revolution X, Rob The Robot, Ron Perlman, Rumble in Ry'leh, San Diego Comic-Con, SDCC, Sega, Southland, Star Wars 1313, Star Wars Lego Game, Super Nintendo, The Hunger Games, The Muppet Babies, The Muppet Movies, The Power Glove, The Power Pad, The Walking Dead, The Walking Dead Escape, TIE Fighter, Traveller, Traveller RPG, Tsuro, Tsuro of the Seas, UFC Personal Trainer, video games, Wii Fit, X Wing, Zelda, Zombies