16 Dec
An ambiguous peek at Christopher Nolan's latest sci-fi epic

Ok, this is what we know about Interstellar, the highly anticipated post-Dark Knight film from Christopher Nolan: “In the future, governments and economies across the globe have collapsed, food is scarce, NASA is no more, and the 20th Century is to blame. A mysterious rip in spacetime opens and it’s up to whatever is left […]


31 Jul
DC Comics x LEGO Minifigures Collection

Have you found yourself day dreaming about the LEGO versions of Mr. Freeze, Joker’s side-kick Harley Quinn (dressed in disguise as an Arkham Asylum doctor) and/or Poison Ivy? Neither did I, until I saw these LEGO X DC comics collaborations. Announced at Comic Con in San Diego, LEGO took full advantage of the convention’s placement […]


8 Feb
Hot Toys 1:6 scale replica of Batman's wheels

The hysteria surrounding the completion of Christopher Nolan’s lauded Batman trilogy is personified by Hong Kong manufacturer Hot Toys’ new collectible: a 1:6 scale replica of the Dark Knight’s Batmobile. The miniature Batmobile is fully equipped with functioning light-up headlights, cockpit opening panel and moveable braking flaps — measuring in at 29″ long, 18 1/2″ […]


19 Dec
The final installment in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy

It will be a bittersweet day when the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s much revered Batman trilogy drops July 20, as it will be the end to one of the best comic book franchise films of all time. This second trailer does nothting to quiet the buzz this film will generate as 2012 grows into […]


18 Jul
The final installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy

Well it doesn’t show much other than Commissioner Gordon sharing a hospital bed plea with Bruce Wayne, but today we finally have the first trailer of The Dark Knight Rises. The third and final installment of Christopher Nolan’s landmark Batman trilogy will hit screens in IMAX on on July 20, 2012 — surely more to […]


1 Sep
All of DC's best heroes in "DC Universe Online" video game

With the exception of Christopher Nolan’s rebooted Batman franchise, Marvel has consistently kicked the everliving shit out of DC’s comic universe in film format. The Bryan Singer X-Men (1 & 2, not that Brett Ratner abomination) and Ironman alone slay the best of what DC’s managed to come out with, and that doesn’t even count […]


21 Dec
Big stars. Big budget. Big concept. No soul.

It sounds like a genius idea: Reinvent stuffy, intellectual Sherlock Holmes as a depraved, brilliant, rakish, martial-arts expert, cast Robert Downey Jr (Chaplin meets Iron Man!) and hire an actual actress, instead of a hot chick who can recite lines, to play the love interest! Finally, hire Brit Guy Ritchie to turn this puppy into […]


We have Christopher Nolan (and to an increasing extent, his younger brother Jonathan) to thank for a few ass-kickingly sublime cinematic stories of the last decade. Reverse storytelling placing the audience into the same frame of mind as a truth-seeking amnesiac (Memento). Pursuit of greatness in a dog-eat-dog world, not to mention David Bowie in […]