Monday, October 1, 2012

October 2012 Watch List

For those wondering what to watch October offers a wide variety of amazing movies and tv shows.

Let's start with movies:
  1. Hotel Transylvania is very kid friendly.  The only scary part is in the trailer with the vampire red faced. Otherwise its just like any other Pixar movie.  Lots of fun.
  2. Looper.  The concept is great, non-stop action.
  3. Dread 3D is a fun ride, better than the original but don't expect any stories just pure adrenaline rush.
  4. Just look at the Synopsis for Seven Psychopaths and you know its a must watch especially with a cast like that.  
TV Series:
  1. Homeland is back strong as ever. Video Streaming Directory  If you have missed an episode the will point you where to watch. 
  2. Greys Anatomy is in full swing too.
  3. Dexter airs tonight.  Look for link tomorrow.
  4. Haven is back and episode 2 has the town going to the dogss.
Lots of shows to keep you occupied.  If you miss them online don't forget to check out the video streaming directory blog or web site for details on where to watch.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Ever wonder what you would do without technology...

JJ Abrams does a decent job showing the results of technology disappearing. Yes its not 100% realistic but if it was NBC would not be able to show it.

However from watching this episode, it gives you an idea of what would happen to that rich guy at Google.

Check out the pilot episode available on NBC.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Epic may seem like a Gulliver's Travels remake, but the visuals are stunning

I saw this on the Cineplex site today and was blown away at the visuals.
The end of the trailer makes it seem like a Gulliver's Travels remake.

Check it out at:

I can't wait to see the whole movie.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

The Dark Knight Rising Incident in Burlington

It was Saturday Night on July 21, 2012 as we prepare for the 9:35 PM showing of Batman. Everyone enters the theater and finds their seats. Some time passes and then there is some loud yelling at the top of the theater. "You stole our seats". Initially nobody was aware of what was going on kids came down crying. This lady was screaming that she can sit wherever she wants. The man tried to explain that the kids where saving the seats while they went to get them snacks. When he came back these two people took their seats. The lady started screaming that you cannot save seats. She started screaming that she was not leaving. She got so loud and aggressive that four theater workers came to calm the situation to which she started saying that it was because she was black. If she were a white person this would not happen. At that point the crowd started yelling kick her out. Even not knowing the full story once she pulled that stunt everyone knew she was guilty. If she had a legitimate complaint she would have voiced that rather than pull that stuff. The theater workers guided her out and everyone clapped. I think had she not used the race card and simply explained the situation people would have been more considerate to listening to her but unfortunately, even if she were in the right, the screaming and using the race card meant nobody would listen.

Afterwards it was said she got so violent the got the police involved and she was even swearing at the Police Officers.

The movie was amazing. I can't wait until they do Batman and Robin.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Dark Knight Rising on July 20, 2012

I myself cannot wait for this movie. Look forward to an updated post with a review after I see it on July 20, 2012.

If you would like your movie reviewed please contact me at with info on the movie and how I can pick up a pair of free tickets to the movie.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

The Last Rite - By Jen Frankel

The Last Rite is the new book by Jen Frankel. She is truly a gifted author that deserves your support.

Here is the synopsis of the book:
When her dreams start to suddenly, terrifyingly come true, Maggie Stuart realizes her life is something far from ordinary. Fortunately, Maggie is anything but an ordinary 13-year old girl.

First, her estranged father shows up out of the blue with a mysterious young man who shows an unnatural interest in Maggie. Then, she’s torn from home, school, and family and thrown into the middle of an ancient struggle between Char, a being of almost limitless power, and his terrifying children.

Will Maggie be pawn, or player? Will she escape from Char’s clutches, or be transformed? And above all, can she find a way to overcome her greatest fear — of what she herself is becoming?
You can contribute at: indiegogo - the last rite

You can check out an interview with Jen Frankel on ReynardCity