The season 5 of The Walking Dead looks bigger and crazier than before. We last left off with Rick and the gang being held inside a cart in Terminus. Next season they will leave Terminus as they struggle to reach Washington in the hopes to find a cure to the virus. And yes, Beth is still alive.
Welcome to our fourth or fifth or whatever giveaway! This time, we’re celebrating the now available Lunar Revel event on League of Legends!
Rules are simple:
Fill out the form on our GIVEAWAY page on top. Enter your name (last name is optional), e-mail (to contact you), which prize you want (League of Legends RP or Monsters University Blu-ray+DVD), submit! One entry per person!
One person will win the League of Legends Riot Points ($20) and another will win the Blu-ray+DVD. Two winners! The Riot Points code(s) will be sent via e-mail. A mailing address will have to be provided if you win the Blu-ray+DVD ONLY if you win. This way we can ship it out as soon as we can to you! We promise.
*Giveaway closes Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 11:59pm (Central US time). Click HERE if you want to check the central time.
Open to US residents (Blu-ray+DVD) and/or NA server (Riot Points) participants only.
I just got back from watching Man of Steel, the Superman reboot directed by Zack Snyder. “Oh no, it’s that guy who directed Sucker Punch! This will be the worst film ever!” Attach Christopher Nolan to it and you’ve got fanboys praising the trailers from all corners. But I’m not writing this to bash Man of Steel or Zack Snyder. In fact, I’ve enjoyed every single one of his movies while other people haven’t (high five!). Maybe that’s part of the reason why the reviews on Rotten Tomatoes aren’t so forgiving to even the mightiest superhero of all time (Zack Snyder).
I will retaliate by saying that most of the negative reviews are garbage, with some valid points; but their validity just comes from the viewpoints of the critics themselves, which aren’t known to be neutral when it comes to films. I am not talking from the standpoint of a fanboy, but as an audience member who quite enjoyed the film and got out of it more than these critics did and don’t regret wasting money and time on watching it.
Here are some points on how Man of Steel actually works and is worth seeing.
So I sat through hours of this excuse for an awards show. Yes, I am talking about the MTV Movie Awards. And yes, that TV network founded on music which rarely, and I mean rarely, airs any music. Woah! Well, my back was against the TV as I waited for them to finally show the Catching Fire teaser trailer. After dreadful hours of awkward, sexual and just plain horrific “jokes” and pathetic nomination categories, the trailer was shown. Here it is in all its glory! Though it’s just a teaser, where we don’t get a glimpse at the new arena. Instead, the trailer shows us that the film highlights a lot of what the third book is about: the rebellion and imminent war. If you can’t wait until November, read the books (recycled advice)! The second one might be my favorite, since the arena is so awesome. Now excuse me as I fangirl over a series that I quite enjoy and you should too (instead of the other crap).
It’s Evil Dead weekend!! If you were as excited as I was before release, you’ve seen it already. Reviews are mostly positive, though many loyals are bitter about remakes. Who wouldn’t when your favorite horror film is up for slaughter? So now, was this film worth the wait and pleased our need for a good horror flick (for once)? I’ll break it down.
One of the most anticipated films of 2013 is finally here. Was the anticipation for it really worth it though? Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful is a prequel to the 1939 film, now a cult classic. With actors James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams and Zach Braff attached to it, Oz has much of said anticipation to please over the weekend.
I finally compiled the list to the top films of 2012!! Well, at least in my opinion. If you see that I missed a masterpiece from last year, it’s probably because I haven’t seen it. I tried to watch as many as I could throughout the year and this was the result. Release dates are based on U.S. openings, so don’t rage against me. Also, it took me a while to really make up my mind on the positions for each one of them. Remember to watch some (or all) of these great films before this Sunday’s Oscars. I won’t make any microscopic reviews on each one because then I might not finish in time for them to make any difference on you guys deciding your top picks! (So, no spoiler warning!)