Daily Archives: August 16, 2012
We’re just a little over a half hour away from the next Biff Bam Popcast, our weekly gabfest into the world of pop culture. These week, Glenn Walker, Emily McGuiness, Jason Shayer, JP Fallavollita and Andy Burns are talking about the one year anniversary of DC’s New 52 and the upcoming Marvel NOW relaunch of key titles. Find out what we’re reading, what we’ve dropped and why and what we’ll pick up from Marvel starting this fall.
The popcast will be live right here beginning around 10pm – watch it live or catch up later!
In honour of the 25th anniversary of Shark Week, the fine folks at Huffington Post put together this awesome montage of the best shark attacks in cinematic history. Two of my favourites are on display (courtesy of Jaws and Deep Blue Sea, respectively), but there are tons of crazy inclusions that had my mouth hanging open. Check out the great video below!
Growing up, I always ran out to buy movie tie-in novels. Whether it was good, bad or straight down the middle I always wanted to relive most of the movies I saw. Then I got a bit older and moved on from the tie-ins to the coffee table books, the ones that would take you behind the scenes and reveal the artistry that goes into making the movies.
The latest insightful book to come across my desk details one of the greatest trilogies in cinematic history – The Art And Making Of The Dark Knight Trilogy.
Find out more about the book after the jump!
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