Tag - Ben Affleck

Sam Neill from The Omen 3

Your Weekend Justice #251: Don’t Tell...

Discussed: A list of things Tuffley has not watched; Batman v Superman is not a first week movie; Zack Snyder: E for Effort; Faint defense of Speed Racer; Legends of Tomorrow and a plea for batshittery; So who’s doing Micronauts again? and...

Billy Beer

Your Weekend Justice #250: Friendship is...

Discussed: Rox’s takeover of her village…and its people; Your gardening podcast; Scott's travel plans to Oz; Your interior decorating podcast; “Sure, That’s My Bible!”; Mistaking Leigh for Brian Setzer; Taking kids to R rated movies, you...

Baba Yaga Blu-Ray

Headsup: Dancing, Music and Loincloths

There’s a lot of stuff that comes out all the time, and the companies are want your attention and mostly…your coin. But, you know, it’s your coin and you have to take care where you spend it. With these posts we try to take...

Company Men DVD

Win The Company Men on DVD!

It’s The Company Men, out from The Weinstein Company and Anchor Bay on DVD. Here’s what they have to say for themselves: In THE COMPANY MEN, Bobby Walker (Affleck) is living the American Dream, until he is stunned to find himself...

Stuff: The Sci-Fi Channel Wants You Too...

Framelight Productions has Deadworld on its slate to send into moviesville. They have some other project as well, but this is the only one we recognize. So. Anyway, here’s a question: what happened to the old project? George Clooney...

Jimmy Kimmel in a tuxedo

That’s the Chicago Way

I know everyone’s going to be posting this, but there’s a reason. You know how you always see “This is a video response to…” on YouTube? This is the hands-down best one to date. If you’re not sure what...

Headsup for February 23, 2008

An ongoing attempt to make sense of the onslaught of new swag that people want you to buy. Should you? I’ll try and help. The Aristocats is back in a special edition, and while it’s not one of Disney‘s full-on Platinum...

Win Gone Baby Gone on DVD!

Ben Affleck may be saving his career by switching to directing. That’s the buzz, anyway, as his directorial debut, Gone Baby Gone, has impressed the hell out of critics in a way that his Matt Murdock never could. And you know what...