Friday, June 29, 2018

The Diddly Scoop on Big Brother 20 (June 28, 2018)

Welcome to my second Big Brother recap! Tonight I am reviewing Season 20, Episode 2. Original Airdate: June 28, 2018.

A video recaps last night's events, where Swaggy C defeated Angela in a competition to win immunity for 8 of the 16 Houseguests. Swaggy C selected the 8 people he came into the house with, which upset Kaitlyn and Angela because they thought their two groups had an alliance. Meanwhile, Kaycee must wear the "Pinwheel of Doom" and Sam must control an actual robot.

No live intro from Julie Chen, as we pick up right where we left off last night. Angela is pissed at Swaggy's betrayal. Scottie is thrilled to be safe. Robot Sam is scared that she will be the first evicted because she's a robot. Angela and Kaitlyn talk shit about Swaggy in the pantry and Swaggy overhears them and eavesdrops for a second. "They're idiots," Swaggy says. That night, Kaitlyn meditates and realizes Swaggy was looking out for himself, and apologizes to Swaggy for getting upset. She wants good vibes, and Swaggy appreciates that she is coming forward.

It's the next day and everyone is getting used to the BB House, i.e. working out and tanning in swimsuits at the pool. For those who don't enjoy working out or tanning, Kaitlyn instructs yoga sessions. Sam is allowed to temporarily become her human self again. JC misses the robot because he thinks it's sexy.

It's time for the first Head of Household competition of the summer. The competitors must walk across a balance beam, grab a ball, walk back, and place the balls in a container with someone else's name. If anyone falls, they lose the balls they've put in and must start over. Sam is the first eliminated, followed by Steve, then Kaitlyn, Winston, Angela, then JC. It comes down to Tyler and Bayleigh, with Tyler winning, meaning Tyler wins the Head of Household and has to elect

Back in the kitchen, everyone congratulates Tyler. Steve is unhappy with his historically bad performance. Swaggy and Kaitlyn plot to take Angela out since she's an athletic threat. Sam breaks down in front of Rachel, feeling like nobody likes her. She feels shunned because of the robot thing. Rachel encourages her to speak about her safety with Tyler. Tyler doesn't trust Bayleigh. Winston, Rachel, and Angela have a discussion and try to get Kaycee on their side. Winston also recruits Brett, and the ultimate goal is for all of them to get Tyler on their side to form a mega-team of 6.

Winston speaks with Tyler about the alliance, but Tyler doesn't like the options for elimination that leaves him with. Sam is about to speak to Tyler but is forced to become a robot again. RoboSam speaks to Tyler in the kitchen and lets her feelings out about how she feels alone. Tyler says she's not an outcast and that she isn't the target. Tyler feels bad for Sam and doesn't think he can put her up for eviction.

Tyler speaks with Kaitlyn, Rockstar, and Faysar and they recommend targeting Winston and Angela. Swaggy comes into the room and recommends the same since putting up weak people will be too easy. Tyler sees right through this pitch and sees that Swaggy wants Angela out.

Now it's Bayleigh's turn to speak with Tyler, and she thinks the two have bad blood. Bayleigh recommends Tyler keep the most heat off of him as possible and nominate Sam and Steve. Tyler thinks she's part of the Swaggy alliance and is debating putting Bayleigh up for eviction.

It's time for Tyler to choose his nominees for eviction. He pulls out the keys for RoboSam and Steve. Both are frustrated at being nominated so early. Tyler reveals he did it because it was the best move for him to be in everyone's good graces. Swaggy is mad Tyler has no balls.

I thought the eviction ceremony would be tonight but it looks like they're holding off for a few episodes. Sunday is the first BB App Store episode, and you can watch Big Brother After Dark on POP! TV at 1am EST! If I recap the Sunday episode, cool, but it might not be likely, so I'll return with another recap next week!

And last but not least, I promised at least one raunchy screencap or photo per review, and since there are no live feeds yet, enjoy Angela in a bikini from her introduction during the premiere. (hidden behind a link to keep this column work safe)

Thursday, June 28, 2018

The Diddly Scoop on Big Brother 20: Season Premiere (June 27, 2018)

Hello! I'm Diddly of The Daily Hang. You might remember me from the comment sections of all of the daily threads.

The other day, Matt Indeed mentioned how he wanted people to send him various articles or reviews, and seeing as the new season of Big Brother premiered just a few days later, I jumped at the chance to provide content. So here we are. My plan is to review at least 2 of the 3 weekly episodes for the next several months up to the finale in September. Or until I get bored and give up. Whichever comes first. I only started watching Big Brother a few years ago, even though my family has watched pretty much since the beginning.

I will just be reviewing the edited episodes that air on CBS, and not the live feeds. Though thanks to Reddit, I will add any humorous videos or photos of events that occur. Let's get to it!

Season 20 begins with host Julie Chen welcoming us and throwing out some statistics from the past 20 seasons. This is a 2 night premiere, with tonight's two hour episode followed by tomorrow night's one hour eviction episode. Chen talks about technological advancements that have occurred since the show debuted in 2000, and technology will also be the main theme this summer. But first, let's meet the new houseguests!

We're introduced first to Sam, who is a full time welder from Stuarts Draft, Virginia. She has a very southern accent and lives in an RV in her mom's yard.

Next we meet Tyler, a lifeguard from Hilton Head, South Carolina. He compares the Big Brother house to a pressure cooker. His advantage is his brain, not his laid back demeanor.

It's Bayleigh, from Lee's Summit, Missouri, and the first ever African-American Miss Missouri, USA. She currently works as a flight attendant, who only does her job when she has to. Her dealing with the general public will give her an advantage in the game, and the other houseguests should watch out. Turbulence is on its way!

Here's Steve, a retired NYPD narcotics detective currently teaching criminal justice at the university level. He enjoys taking bubble baths too. He'll be back undercover in the BB House despite being one of the older contestants.

Kaitlyn is from Encino, California, and she is a yoga instructor and a psychic. She's 90% Love and Lights and 10% Go Screw Yourself.

Winston is from Somerset, Kentucky. He loves guns and the 2nd Amendment. The only thing he loves more than guns is Donald Trump. Kidding! It's actually his dog. He's been in 6 weddings but is still single.

Angela is a fitness model from Playa Vista, California, who kicks ass in addition to being pretty. She's a better athlete than most men, and usually has to tone things down to not emasculate men.

JC is a professional dancer from West Hollywood, California. He is what the Internet refers to as a Manlet, i.e. he's short. He's also a homosexual. People discriminate against him for these two things but he always maintains a positive attitude.

Julie brings the first 8 competitors before the live studio audience and welcomes them to the game. The guests give up their phones, laptops, and other technology for the next 90 days and enter the house as groups. The first group inside is Sam, Bayleigh, Tyler, and Winston.

Steve, JC, Angela, and Kaitlyn enter the house next, and will also be a group of four. The groups introduce themselves to each other and admire the house. Tyler is mad because Angela was born in Hilton Head, which is bad because now people will think they know each other. Tyler thinks Angela is hot though (she is).

Back from a commercial, and we see some former houseguests in the studio audience. But Julie has to introduce us to the remaining 8 houseguests.

First is Rachel from Las Vegas, Nevada. She works as a showgirl. Thanks to our horny friends on Reddit's /r/BigBrotherNSFW, we also know that Rachel is an actress who has a movie role as a topless stripper. You can see that NSFW photo HERE (NSFW; VIEW IN THE PRIVACY OF YOUR OWN HOME AND NOT AT WORK).

Chris is a former college basketball player turned day trader. His nickname is Swaggy C. He refers to himself in the third person, and he's here to win.

Angie is up next, but people call her Rockstar. She looks like a raver and has pink hair. She's our stereotypical liberal who asks lots of questions. She'll miss her 3 kids.

Brett is a bro who does bro stuff and is a manly man. He works as a cyber security engineer and considers himself to be a true American Patriot. Someone get Tim Allen on the phone!

Kaycee is from San Diego, California, and plays football for the San Diego Surge. She's a tomboy and most people compare her to Odell Beckham, Jr.

Scottie is from Chicago, he's 26, a dweeb, and has never had sex, a relationship, or even a kiss. He hopes his first kiss can be witnessed by a national television audience. He enjoys D&D, and is very strategic. He's playing 4D chess while everyone else is playing checkers.

Hayleigh is from Village Mills, Texas, and attends Texas A&M University. My alma mater! She's also hot, so I'm rooting for her. She's a farm girl and knows how to get down and dirty, but she's more sophisticated than any ordinary country bumpkin.

Faysal is a football coach in Orlando, Florida who played football at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is a proud Muslim and is very close to his family, at least until the Trump Administration separates them and bans them from the country.

Julie brings this group of eight before the live audience and allows them to enter the house in their groups. The first group is Hayleigh, Scottie, Faysal, and Kaycee. The second group is Rachel, Swaggy C, Rockstar, and Brett. They meet each other, plus the other houseguests. Scottie hugs Hayleigh and her dress strap falls down, so Scottie feels awkward. Brett thinks JC is a bro. Swaggy C wants to work out with Faysal.

There is a weird screen in the kitchen and nobody knows what it does. People are already talking and others are suspicious of the groups being formed. A few secret bedrooms are discovered behind sliding walls thanks to Steve. The houseguests celebrate Day 1 by popping champagne and making their official introductions to each other. Sam thinks JC is cute, but does not approve of his sexuality. Rachel is attracted to Winston. Faysal thinks Hayleigh is gorgeous. Hayleigh wants to be his teacher's pet. Tyler is freaked out by Steve. Nobody knows what Kaitlyn actually does. Scottie is going to avoid the femme fatales aka the hot girls. Kaitlyn doesn't like Rachel's aura. Tyler hates that there are so many hotties in the house, and would give mouth to mouth to all of them. The houseguests toast their champagne.

After a commercial, Julie welcomes the houseguests into the BB House and surprises them by announcing the first challenge. The groups of 8 are combined and will be playing against each other. They are taken into the "BB Supercomputer" and the catch is that the winners of the competitions will have the power to protect 2 of the 4 groups. The other 2 groups will face eviction. The BB Supercomputer crashes and the houseguests are separated into the "trash folder."

The first group of 8 have to take folders to a specific location and see what the folder contains. One houseguest will find a specific folder allowing them to advance to another competition. The one houseguest to not find a folder will receive a punishment. The 8 guests must search around a dark room filled with fog and other obstacles and gross out items. Angela gets the Escape and Play folder and advances into the competition, while Kaycee is unable to find a folder.

After a commercial, it's time to see the other 8 houseguests compete. They are attached to wire cables and must stack blocks on top of each other to form the word "houseguests." If the blocks fall over, they must start over. The first person to stack their blocks advances to face Angela in the next competition while the last person to stack their blocks will receive a punishment. Swagy C is the first person to stack his blocks while Sam is the one to be punished.

Swaggy C and Angela talk and immediately try to forge an alliance for their groups, but Swaggy is also suspicious of Bayleigh. Swaggy is offended by Angela saying she would keep her original 8 safe, of which Swaggy is not a part of. The competition between Swaggy and Angela is a mechanical surfing competition. The two have to wear these shiny pleather bodysuits and Angela looks amazing in hers. The two have to avoid obstacles while remaining on the surfboards. Eventually Angela falls off, and Swaggy C wins. He gets to pick which two groups to remain safe this week. Angela is sad she lost because she's an athlete, but she trusts the "deal" she made with Swaggy earlier. Bayleigh things she and Swaggy have formed a bond, so she believes her group to be safe.

Back inside the house, Swaggy C has a difficult decision to make. He wants to keep Angela safe, but feels betrayed by her plan to keep her 8 safe. Bayleigh is concerned about asking Swaggy to keep her entire group safe, but Bayleigh will do anything to not be evicted. Others are concerned for their safety because nobody wants to be the first person evicted. Swaggy feels like he can trust the original 8 he came in with... for now. Every houseguest pleads their case to Swaggy.

The punishments for Kaycee and Sam are then revealed; Kaycee has to wear a ridiculous outfit called the "Pinwheel of Doom" for the next 2 weeks. Remember the weird screen I mentioned earlier? It's actually part of a robot. Sam must "perform" as this robot for the "next several weeks." This is either the greatest thing ever, or the "jump the shark moment" of the season.

Julie gathers the houseguests and asks Swaggy to decide which 8 houseguests he will save. Swaggy first decides to save himself, meaning his group with Rachel, Rockstar, and Brett is also safe. Swaggy then decides to save the group containing Hayleigh, Scottie, Faysal, and Kaycee, which makes the 8 that he walked in with safe. One of the remaining 8 houseguests will be evicted, and compete in the Head of Household competition on Thursday night.

Julie closes out the show explaining the twist of the season: the BB App Store. Apparently we can go online and vote for contestants, where the biggest vote getter will "trend" and earn rewards, while the houseguest with the least weekly votes will be punished. Those votes will be revealed on Sundays. The episode ends with Swaggy overhearing Kaitlyn and Angela talking shit about his choice to save his original group.

A long, action packed episode! Thanks for reading, and I will be back tomorrow to review the 1 hour eviction episode!

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Random Ramblings: Vince Russo Rebooks This Week's Wrestling Shows

Here's some truly terrible stuff I wrote during down periods at work. They got a total of 7 upvotes, so you know it's good!

Vince Russo Rebooks Raw!

Sasha Banks comes to the ring and announces that the fans will NEVER see her in her bra and panties. Crowd boos and chants "slut" at her. Dana Brooke comes out and shows GTV footage of Sasha buying lingerie at a store and challenges Sasha to a bra and panties match. Sasha agrees and quickly strips Dana, who is wearing a thong. Embarrassed, Dana runs up the ramp.

Jerry Lawler comes to the ring to interview Sasha. "Well I guess you were right!" "Jerry, I didn't get to finish my sentence. Nobody will ever see me in my bra and panties... because I don't wear any!" Stripper music plays and Sasha starts to remove her shirt but is quickly covered up by referees and ring crew.

Lawler faints and doesn't get up. EMTs come to revive him and it's revealed he had a heart attack. "This is as real as real can be" says Corey Graves. "Quite possibly the most real moment in the history of Raw" touts Michael Cole.

As Lawler is loaded into an ambulance, we cut backstage to see a brawl between Bo Dallas and Sin Cara being broken up.


Vince Russo Rebooks Smackdown!

Daniel Bryan opens the show with the new SD Women's Title, which is shaped like a brassiere. He hypes the Six Pack Challenge Bra and Panties Title on a Pole match and explains the rules: The match starts with all 6 women, but when a Diva removes another Diva's shirt or pants, she gets a chance to climb up and grab the title from the pole. If a Diva is stripped to her Bra and Panties, she has to pin another Diva to attempt to grab the title. If a Diva is pinned, she is eliminated from the match.

Nikki Bella, Becky Lynch, and Naomi come out and remind everyone that their stable, Totally Hot Ordinary New Girls, or THONG, has the best ASSets in the company, and they can't wait to be stripped to their panties on Sunday. Alexa Bliss, Natalya, and Carmella come out and claim that their stable, Beautiful Resilient Extraordinary Amazing Stupendous Terrific Sisters, or BREASTS, has the best puppies in the company. End result is a catfight where THONG is embarrassed by having their shirts ripped off, and BREASTS is embarrassed by being stripped of their pants.

In the catfight, Nikki Bella actually falls onto Daniel Bryan in a compromising position. Bryan calls her Brie and kisses her, which Nikki doesn't fight out. Daniel can't get out of the ring, however, and the show stops as EMTs hit the ring and reveal Bryan hit his head in the melee and might have Post Concussion Syndrome. "This is perhaps the most realistic moment in 17 years of Smackdown" says Mauro. As Bryan is loaded into the ambulance, he's assaulted by Brie, who also attacks Nikki. As this fight is broken up, a fight between Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler is broken up after both throw each other through a wall.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Thursday Night TV!

Time now for more of Diddly's Thursday TV Star Ratings! In a desperate attempt to relive last Thursday night, I watched roughly 90 minutes of TV last night.

The evening started while I was cooking dinner. I turned on my TV and flipped through the network channels (no cable). Bones was on Fox. Something was on ABC and NBC. Big Bang Theory was on CBS. I wasn't interested in any of it. DUD

Next up on CBS was the Odd Couple, where a really really old Matthew Perry continued his quest to sleep with a slightly older looking Terri Hatcher. This time he was repeatedly cockblocked by a 9 year old! Hilarity ensued. Other stories included a black guy hiding his vintage shoe collection from his wife, and Joe Lo Trugglio trying to break Lindsay Sloan'e "birthday curse" only to have it end with disastrous results! *** Perfectly Acceptable Television

After Odd Couple was Mom, still on CBS. Anna Farris' daughter is set to be married, but the relationship ends and the wedding is called off. Anna Farris is told that it's because her daughter's fiancee is a cheater, but she later finds out from the fiancee's mom that it's because the daughter is a drug addict and alcoholic, just like she was. Anna then has to decide how to bring this up with her daughter and get her help. Meanwhile, Allison Janney's boyfriend is out of the country, and she decides to fill her sexless void with fast food. ***1/2, with the extra half star coming from Janney's storyline obviously being inspired by

Then, 2 Broke Girls came on. Last week I questioned how the show was still on TV. I am still asking that question now. Since I last watched the show during Season 1, Beth Behrs' hair has gotten longer, and the Asian boss has gotten fatter. Kat Dennings' boobs have remained the same size. Beth Behrs still has a negative ass. I spent this time cleaning up the kitchen and running a load of dishes, then went to the gym. -*, because 2 Broke Girls is still on TV, and all over TBS.

Friday, January 8, 2016

The Friday Film Fiesta... Returns?

Editor's note: I am going to attempt to get back into the groove by writing a Fiesta every week, even though LESS people will be viewing it thanks to the death of the Blog of Doom. I will be submitting this as a trial for Scott Keith's Rantsylvania site, but whether or not he posts it remains to be seen. Nevertheless, if you were a Fiesta fan, sorry for the abrupt ending last summer, and hopefully I can make some use of this blog again.

Welcome to the Friday Film Fiesta!

For those of you who don't know, this is a weekly column originally created by 411Mania's Joseph Lee, who writes A Bloody Good Time every week. He wrote the column for roughly a year until his commitments to 411Mania and real life made it difficult to write. I took the column over in September 2011 as a way to complain about an announced Stretch Armstrong movie starring Taylor Lautner. That project ended up being canceled, but I continued writing the Fiesta until July 2015. I figured I would try to reboot it again for Rantsylvania as a place for visitors to discuss movies and TV shows.

Normally each week will have a goofy title along with a picture of an attractive female celebrity I'm digging that week, or even a goofy, relevant meme (say Steve Harvey saying something wrong), followed by an introduction and then the results of a poll. The long winded introduction more than works for this week, so let's get to it!

  • Box Office News: The Force Awakens continues to rake in the dough
  • Trailer Time: Check out new trailers for The Conjuring 2, Jane Got A Gun, and more!
  • In Theaters This Week: The Forest and The Revenant
  • Next Week's Notable DVD Releases: The Martian, Hotel Transylvania 2, Sinister 2, and Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension

  • RIP Jason Wingreen and Vilmos Zsigmond
  • It's Star Wars-Mania! The Force Awakens has officially passed Avatar to become the largest grossing movie ever in America. Oh, and did you know that the new Chewbacca is a pretty cool dude?
  • Speaking of Star Wars, Disney plans on making a fifth Indiana Jones movie
  • Bad news for Pacific Rim fans, as the sequel has been declared dead so that Guillermo Del Toro can direct a remake of Fantastic Voyage
  • The Ridiculous Six is now the most-watched movie in Netflix history
  • HBO's Michael Lombardo says a Deadwood movie is happening
  • Joss Whedon is finished with Marvel movies
  • Christopher Waltz will return for two more 007 movies, but only if Daniel Craig does too
  • M. Night Shyamalan is rebooting Tales From The Crypt for TNT
  • The FBI is investigating a film company tied to The Wolf of Wall Street
  • Ultra HD Blu-Ray will not employ region coding or locking. In addition, WB will release 35 4K Blu-Ray movies in 2016

    And that's it for this week. If this gets a good response, I'll continue to post an edition each week. I'm always open to feedback and suggestions as well. Thanks for reading!
  • Sunday, July 5, 2015

    Late Holiday Fiesta

    Welcome to the Fiesta! Sorry to break up the thrilling discussion and record amount of posts, but I feel it was time for a new thread.

    This should have been posted BEFORE all of the American holiday festivities, but of course Reddit (where I get all of these links I copy and paste into this column) decided to black itself out because some admin got fired. Now, I COULD have gone and gathered the links myself, but why work when someone else does it for you?

    Last week I asked you what current event you wanted Ben Affleck to make a movie about, and you answered something foreign and un-American.

  • Box Office News: People are still flocking to theaters to find out the fate of the British Assistant character in Jurassic World
  • Check out new trailers for Creed, The Secret In Their Eyes, and more!
  • In Theaters This Week: Magic Mike XXL and Terminator: Genisys
  • Next Week's Notable DVD Releases: ... literally nothing I've ever heard of

  • In honor of the new Terminator movie, Entertainment Weekly attempts to follow the entire timeline
  • The Church of Scientology is threatening anyone who attempts to show a new Scientology documentary
  • Zack Snyder is still defending Man of Steel's ending
  • This Week in Sequel News: Top Gun 2 is confirmed
  • Now you have even more of a reason to visit Peter Jackson's house
  • Even Terminator: Genisys higher-ups think the trailers gave too much away
  • Mortal Kombat and Enter The Dragon are the exact same movie
  • Friday, June 26, 2015

    I Do, I Do, I Doohoo

    Welcome to the Fiesta, this week with 100% more legal gay marriage! The catch is that your marriage might only last three minutes, and will be officiated by this man:

    Last week I asked you nothing.

  • Box Office News: Dinosaurs apparently have no feelings when up against feelings
  • Trailer Time: Check out new trailers for Legend, Sleeping With Other People, and more!
  • In Theaters This Week: Max and Ted 2
  • Next Week's Notable DVD Releases: Get Hard

  • In a link I accidentally left out of last week's Fiesta, Glenn sends in a great article taking a look at how a movie catches on with the public

  • RIP James Horner and Dick Van Patten
  • Hollywood has a pedophile problem
  • Meet the new Spider-Man (who, by the way, will debut in next year's Captain America: Civil War)
  • Creationists beware: A Disney movie about Charles Darwin is coming
  • Speaking of Disney, they have passed $1 billion in grosses in the United States
  • Coming Soon, already: a film about the FIFA scandals, directed by Ben Affleck
  • The Rock's next opponents: a gorilla, a lizard, and a wolf
  • Star Trek 3 has begun filming
  • 21 book franchises that never caught on
  • Toshiro Mifune is getting his own Walk of Fame Star
  • The Essential List of NC-17 Films (NSFW, I assume as I write this from work)

    And that brings us to this week's poll.

    What current event would you like Ben Affleck to make a movie about?
    Gay Marriage Ruling
    Church Shooting/Confederate Flag Drama
    New York Prison Escape
    Bruce Jenner Becomes Caitlyn Jenner
    Something Foreign and Un-American

  • Friday, June 19, 2015


    Sorry for last week's absence. I was housesitting for my parents and had a million things to do and literally forgot about the column until Monday morning. Been dealing with malware lately too. My dumb ass downloaded some shit a few weeks back and despite using 8 billion malware removal tools, the crap keeps coming back. TECHNOLOGYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.

    Two weeks ago I asked if you want Tron 3, and you answered no.

  • Box Office News: Jurassic World sets the record for the largest opening weekend ever
  • Trailer Time: Check out new trailers for Kung Fu Panda 3, Sicario, and more!
  • In Theaters This Week: Dope and Inside Out
  • Next Week's Notable DVD Releases: The Forger and Survivor

  • Cancer sucks
  • San Diego Comic Con has become too mainstream for several movie studios
  • As you read in this week's Wednesday Walk, China just got the Star Wars movies for the first time. My personal favorite part of this article is the quotes from the moviegoers referring to the cast as "ugly"
  • Speaking of Star Wars, Forest Whitaker is on his way to the GFFA
  • Come with me if you enjoy charity
  • LEO and Warner Brothers will be teaming to bring us a film version of a popular Japanese graphic novel
  • Halloween returns in Halloween Returns
  • Ten years (!) after the release of Batman Begins, take a look at what we were supposed to get instead

    No poll this week because lazy.
  • Friday, June 5, 2015

    A Fiesta on Friday?!?

    Welcome to the Fiesta! On a Friday? Weird! And here you thought last week was an anomaly after all of the Saturday/Sunday Fiestas posted in April and May. I'm always keeping you on your toes.

    Last week I asked you how happy of a birthday you thought I would have last weekend, and you answered who?

  • Box Office News: A goofy disaster movie starring a part-time wrestler is actually a winning combination!
  • Trailer Time: Check out new trailers for The Good Dinosaur, Z For Zachariah, and more!
  • In Theaters This Week: Entourage, Insidious Chapter 3, and Spy
  • Next Week's Notable DVD Releases: The DUFF, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Project Almanac, and Serena

  • RIP Betsy Palmer
  • You probably (haven't) heard of last week's new flick Aloha, which casts Emma Stone as an Asian-American
  • The rights to 007 films will be up for grabs after Spectre, so start saving your cash now!
  • Tron 3 will not be a thing. Some people think Disney should reconsider
  • Aquaman has a new director in James Wan
  • Stephen King's The Dark Tower will soon be a movie
  • Who knew Tom Cruise had such powerful lungs?
  • Apparently we almost had The Abomination in Age of Ultron
  • A short film that was originally tied to The Empire Strikes Back is being developed into a feature length film
  • This Week in Remakes: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will star in a remake of Big Trouble in Little China
  • This Week in Charts: The ages of Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence, and Scarlett Johansson versus the ages of their love interests

    And that brings us to this week's poll.

    Do you want Tron 3?YesNo
  • Friday, May 29, 2015

    Fiestination America

    BREAKING NEWS: Destination America has acquired the rights to a TV version of the Friday Film Fiesta, which will replace TNA Impact. Or not. But welcome back to the Fiesta! For the last week we have had horrible weather here in Texas, and last weekend saw a bunch of tornadoes, rain, and flooding. This caused blackouts and brownouts, and by the time I was able to get to a PC with a steady amount of power, it was Tuesday.

    I haven't asked you anything in weeks. WEEKS I SAY.

  • Box Office News: Last week's new releases go head-to-head with new releases from two weeks ago!
  • Trailer Time: Check out new trailers for Point Break, Pawn Sacrifice, and more!
  • In Theaters This Week: Aloha and San Andreas
  • Next Week's Notable DVD Releases: Jupiter Ascending, McFarland, USA and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water

  • RIP Anne Meara
  • If we want more original films, we have to support them
  • We have some new details on Ahnuld's new Conan film
  • The new Ninja Turtles villain looks stupid, fella
  • Mad Max: Fury Road will look quite different on blu-ray
  • This Week In Reboot News: A remake of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is coming, while It loses its director
  • Details have been leaked regarding Andy Serkis' character in Star Wars
  • Coming just in time for Dawn of Justice: A documentary about the 2009 Justice League film
  • Remember Jaws? He's back
  • Furious 7 becomes just the fourth movie to hit $1.5 billion in worldwide box office

    And that brings us to this week's poll.

    How happy of a birthday will Jeditab have this weekend?HappyUnhappyMehWho?