Part fifty-one of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Filmation animated television series, Archie and Sabrina Surprise Package, that aired on NBC in the year 1977!
The sequel to 2009 remake of Clash Of The Titans is right around the corner, now we have three new stills to continue the buzz until its March release....
In this latest Sidecast Fanholes regulars Tony (chainclaw) and Justin (Grimlock) are joined by Dextra as they watch the JLU episode 'This Little Piggy'.
Fanholes regulars Mike (Thunderwing), Derek (derekwc) and Brian (Breakdown) give commentary the Asylum DTV Film Transmorphers: Fall of Man!
Part forty-five and a half of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the television special, It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Superman that aired on ABC in the year 1975!
Fanholes regulars Tony (Chainclaw), Mike (Thunderwing), Derek (derekwc)
and Justin (Grimlock) give commentary the G1 Transformers episode
titled "Arise Atlantis!"
Fanholes regulars Tony (Chainclaw), Mike (Thunderwing) and Justin (Grimlock) give commentary on the infamous episode of Transformers Armada titled "Carnival."
A short Sidecast where I discuss my quick thoughts on the first two weeks of DC's New 52 with fellow Fanholes Mike Priest and Justin Barber.
Fanholes regulars Tony (Chainclaw) and Justin (Grimlock) give commentary on an episode of Ghost Hunters that features the Collinwood mansion. As fans of the series Dark Shadows, they bring their own insights and wit to the episode.
We finally have our first look at Peter Jackson's upcoming Lord Of The Rings prequel, set to be released next December. Check out the epic new trailer after the jump.
This episode, the Fanholes discuss the comic Avengers Academy, then participate in a roundtable discussing toys that they've always wanted but were never made, followed by discussion on the currently-airing cartoon Iron Man: Armored Adventures, and finally go into the FUTE-CHA to talk about the Amazing Spider-Man trailer.
A very spook-tacular Halloween extravaganza!
The gang discuss their favorite episodes of Rod Serling's classic Twilight Zone television series. This is followed by reflection on the currently airing television series on AMC, The Walking Dead. Then the guys continue with sharing some of their favorite horror-themed video games and finally in the For The Fute-Cha segment they talk about the trailer for the upcoming Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance film.
Whether is Star Wars or Star Trek, Marvel vs DC, or Firefly coming back on the air, these guys know what's going on!
Part fifty of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books
that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular
segment covers the television series, The Amazing Spider-Man,
that aired on the CBS network from 1977 to 1979 !
Part forty-nine of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers Universal Studio's television series, The Incredible Hulk, that aired on the CBS network from 1977 to 1982 !
In anticipation of the Batman: Year One DTV adaptation, the gang discusses the original source material from the comics and the adaptations that could possibly follow. Frank Miller's "Batman Year One" and John Byrne's "Man of Steel" are juxtaposed with Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns" and Alan Moore's "Whatever Happened to The Man of Tomorrow?"
The third installment in the Madagascar franchise will be coming out this upcoming Summer. The first trailer for it is here, so hit the jump to see it!
A brand-spankin new trailer for the live-action film based off the famous board game, Battleship has been released! Hit the jump to see the new badass trailer!
Check out this sick new international trailer for McG's upcoming action flick This Means War, starring Tom Hardy, Chris Pine and Reese Witherspoon.
After the reveal of the teaser poster last week, Joss Whedon's much troubled production finally has an official theatrical trailer. Hit the jump to watch it!