Thursday, January 24, 2008

News of the day 01/24/08




P.T. Andersons new movie?

Bloody Disgusting reports that, according to a trusted source, There Will Be Blooddirector Paul Thomas Anderson is planning to make his next film a horror movie. Most likely a
 contemplative three-hour horror starring an ensemble cast (including Philip Seymour Hoffman, John C. Reilly, and Luis Guzman) who realize their tragic interconnectedness through a series of local murders, but a horror all the same. That sounds like a great departure,though.


Cloverfield action figure out now!

Hasbro is listing a new action figure on the new movie, that most agree on was bad! Now while this writer can't officially say 
since he hasn't seen it, the figure could be a good idea to add to my monster collection now if only I could see it.
 



8bit watch for sale

Its cool its great everything you ever wanted but cost $82 if you can afford head on over to Swongled





No more heroes Review up!

Kotaku posted a collection from the internets of the reviews for the game, if you are to lazy to 
click on the link I'll just 
sum it up for you. BUY the game now!


















Disney and DS joining forces?

News of a new downloadable map for Disneyland in L.A. was announced not to long ago and this is the first image of what it might look like, it will have GPS features for locating Mickey and his friends as well as wait times for rides!






Team Ico's new game?

The creators of ICO released new images of what might be a sequel I can't read Japanese so I can't tell ya but a lot of people are buzzing about what could be a sequel to ICO.

And I guess thats it for today so I'll post more news thats worth reporting soon!





1 comment:

cody said...

I wouldn't really say Cloverfield was bad. It was a monster/disaster movie, shot from a handheld camera. Everyone knows that going into it, and that's exactly what you get. The characters are boring and you don't really care about them, but I think that makes them all the more believable. On the grand scheme of the history of film, no, it's not good. But compared to recent disaster and monster movies (independence day, godzilla 2000, The Day After Tomorrow...hell, even Jurassic Park 2 or whichever one the T-Rex runs loose in San Diego) I'd say it's at the top of it's game.