Brittany Curran to Front Marcus Nispel’s Backmask

Email “Conan The Barbarian” and horror franchise reboot specialist Marcus Nispel has found the Final Girl for his new teen-centric horror movie “Backmask”. The lucky gal is Brittany Curran, who has been cast as Reign, t...
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Ford’s Fastest Mustang Ever: A 200mph Muscle Car

Detroit automakers have recently been locked in a competition straight out of the 1960s: a race to create the fastest and most powerful muscle car. This summer, Ford takes the lead with the 650-horsepower Mustang Shelby GT 500....
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How Invisible Nano-Coatings Can Make Any Phone Waterproof

More cellphones meet their demise from exposure to moisture than from any other cause–so we’ve all got a vested interest in waterproof phones. In the past, a user who wanted to protect his phone had to buy a waterti...
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The Portable Barbecue, Redesigned From Top to Bottom

Portable grills tend to reach only 500ºF, but the designers of the Cook-Air from Cata Marketing ($200, or $220 in a kit) added a ventilation system to get theirs twice as hot. An electric fan acts as a bellows, blowing a conti...
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First Extended Trailer for Kevin Williamson’s FOX Serial Killer Show The Following

Share Tweet Email Share Tweet Email Take a look at the first extended trailer for Fox’s new serial killer show from “Scream” creator Kevin Williamson, since titled “The Following”. It took them so long to come up with...
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El Gringo (2012) Movie Review

Share Tweet Email Share Tweet Email You might have noticed that gritty action movie heroes without names has become very popular lately. Dwayne Johnson’s Driver in “Faster”, Ryan Gosling’s Driver in “Drive”, and Mel...
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Geek deals: $100 off new Alienware X51 Core i7 Ivy Bridge Gaming PC

As someone who has built a few gaming rigs in his time, gaming PCs are usually large, loud, and in your face. Large towers provide efficient cooling, room for all your cards/drives, and easy access for upgrading. Thankfully we...
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League of Legends gets adorable new shopkeep in Summoner’s Rift graphics update

You can never have too many Yordles, as proven by our own Owen Hill’s acute obsession with only playing characters of that tiny, furry creature species in League of Legends. A new Yordle has made its way into Summoner’s Rif...
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Channing Tatum May Keep The White House from Going Down

Share Tweet Email Share Tweet Email There are currently two “Die Hard in the White House” movies churning in Hollywood at the moment (Hollywood loves their dueling studio projects, in case you didn’t know), both concernin...
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Rise of the Animals (2011) Movie Review

Share Tweet Email Share Tweet Email Before I jump into my review for writer/director Chris Wojcik’s low-budget gem “Rise of the Animals”, I would like to take a moment to address the DVD artwork. Although I’ve been told...
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‘The Bachelorette’ Premiere: A Collection of the Gorgeous, the Geeks, and the …

“The Bachelorette” opens with Emily and her daughter, Ricki, sharing time together near a lake. There is a short introduction of Emily Maynard and her life to this point which includes the death of her first fiance, NASCAR ...
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Sci-fi Geek Music Troubadouring with Debs and Errol

When I stumbled upon the geek music duo Debs and Errol via an indirect anonymous tweet, I really wasn’t prepared to review yet another self proclaimed “geek music” group. Thankfully for them, I never turn down the chance ...
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Awesome Super 4-Minute Preview of The Amazing Spider-Man

Share Tweet Email Share Tweet Email Can’t wait for Marc Webb’s version of “The Amazing Spider-Man”? Well you’ll just have to wait a little longer, buddy. The movie doesn’t open until July 3, 2012, when the kids are ...
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The Green Geek gives cyber security advice

In the spirit of The Avengers we have our own superhero — a superhero of computer and IT policy. This article is written — in true superhero fashion — anonymously, by The Green Geek, whose real name you may never know. Jo...
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Battlefield Premium service rumoured for E3 reveal

The folks at Battlefieldo have dug up details on a possible Call of Duty Elite style service for Battlefield 3. According to an unofficial but “very reliable source” it’ll be called “Battlefield Premium,” and will off...
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Diablo 3 review as it happens

A mere 12 years after the last game, Diablo 3 is here. We’re aiming to get our review up at the start of next week, and until then we’ll be writing our impressions up here. 2 hours in I’m playing Wizard, and I’ve just f...
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Channing Tatum in Talks for White House Down

After taking a break to get back into romance (The Vow, Dear John) and comedy (21 Jump Street), Channing Tatum looks to be jumping back into some meat and potatoes work. No, no, the former dancer isn’t hitting up another Step...
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Gangster Squad and Gravity Move Around the Schedule

The heads over at Warner Bros. have reshuffled release dates for two noteworthy upcoming titles: the star-studded period crime drama Gangster Squad – and the technologically-innovative, 3D sci-fi thriller Gravity. Gangster Sq...
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Terrence Malick’s Next Gets a Title

Before the lineup for this year’s Cannes Film Festival was announced, many were hoping that Terrence Malick’s romantic drama starring Ben Affleck and Rachel McAdams (previously referred to as The Burial) would be among the ...
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Another Bad Year for Women in Hollywood

Shocker, I know: “Females were ‘dramatically under-represented’ in the United States’ top 100 grossing films last year, accounting for 33% of all characters at a time when they made up nearly 51% of the U.S....
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Coca-Cola’s History of Product Placement

Oh, product placement — what would we do without you wagging product in our face while we’re trying to pay attention to an important plot twist? One of the most notorious for product placement over the years has bee...
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Facebook Schedules Casablanca Screening

In this 70th anniversary year of Casablanca, it only seems fitting that Michael Curtiz’s classic should emerge this week in the medium where its indelible romantic splendor finally can take root and thrive: on Facebook. A...
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