First looks at the Legendary Pictures Godzilla Encounter at Comic Con 2013

Collider.com got a chance to check out Legendary Pictures Godzilla Encounter at the San Diego Comic Con 2013 and the images are incredible. Clearly Legendary is sparing no expense when it comes to the promotion of two of it’s biggest monster films this year…Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim and Gareth Edwards Godzilla. Makes me wishContinue reading “First looks at the Legendary Pictures Godzilla Encounter at Comic Con 2013”

Pacific Rim goes big by keeping it simple

It’s been a long road for Guillermo Del Toro‘s Kaiju epic “Pacific Rim“, but it’s here and I got a chance to see it yesterday in a sparsely occupied AMC theater at 4pm. I had expected there to be more people in attendance on a summer Friday afternoon, but my wife and I were gratefulContinue reading “Pacific Rim goes big by keeping it simple”

These unnecessary websites are like tripping, minus the backache.

Is it too hot outside? Perhaps it’s raining Ding Dongs and Ho Ho’s outside, not to worry, your boys got some crazy shit to keep you occupied for maybe a minute, unless you are like me and are easily amused, then the websites I’m about to show you should keep your simple-ass entertained for weeks.Continue reading “These unnecessary websites are like tripping, minus the backache.”

Alan Moore’s, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, is getting a tv show

I use the name Alan Moore loosely seeing as how he wants nothing to do with any of his works that have been turned into films. I wonder if he still wants the money the adaptations have made…hmmmm. Looks like the steampunkish hybrid adventure The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is gonna get another chance atContinue reading “Alan Moore’s, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, is getting a tv show”

Check out this amazing “The Making of Goodfellas” documentary

It’s funny, cause when I think back to that evening at Pleasure Island AMC Theaters with my bestfriend Damion and watching Goodfellas, all I remember was how violent the film was and not being able to wrap my mind around it. I attribute that film as being “thee” film that broke my “Rated R” cherry.Continue reading “Check out this amazing “The Making of Goodfellas” documentary”

MITNGTV Episode 4

This week on MITNGTV we’ve got some new clever graphics for ya, showcasing two new spots on our program…The Kickstarters (where we focus on a Kickstarter we are excited about) and Underground Mondays (where we showcase some up and comers to the music scene). Course we will be highlighting all the stuff we’ve been talkingContinue reading “MITNGTV Episode 4”

The outstanding, Bonsai inspired, worlds of Takanori Aiba

If your not familiar with Juxtapose magazine, your missing out on some of the most ground breaking modern art of our century. This recent set of photos comes compliments of them and features a collection of works by sculpture TAKANORI AIBA . Clearly driven by fantasy and Japanese culture, he’s taken the time honored practiceContinue reading “The outstanding, Bonsai inspired, worlds of Takanori Aiba”

World War Z succeeds where others have failed

I read about the hiccups Hollywood was having bringing one of my favorite books to the big screen, so I had my reservations about it’s end result. I think some of my concerns subsided after the films premier in New Jersey, where many of the celebrities in attendance gave the film some amazing reviews. ThatContinue reading “World War Z succeeds where others have failed”

If The Wachowski’s directed Man of Steel it might’ve looked just like Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel

I must preface this strange review with “I’m not sure where this review/analysis is headed, just bear with me”. I watched Man of Steel last night starring Henry Cavill and directed by Zack Snyder and for the most part, was blown away. I think the first thing that struck me as awesome was the soundtrackContinue reading “If The Wachowski’s directed Man of Steel it might’ve looked just like Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel”

MITNG’S Videos of the Week

Deerhoof-Breakup Songs Looking like outtakes from M. Knight Shyamalan’s The Village ,this strange group of images does nothing to reinforce the songs message, but instead takes you on a primeval journey to the 1700’s for some plague-like goings on. It’s an interesting song that needed an interesting video and boy did we get one. MykkiContinue reading “MITNG’S Videos of the Week”