August 9th, 2014 7:00pm EDT
Hollywood loves a sure thing. So it's probably no surprise that when a film enjoys massive success at the box office, Tinsel Town executives immediately start planning the sequel. After all, audiences loved the original so just churning out more of the same is a bullet-proof plan, right?
While there have certainly been a number of great sequels that were as good as or even better than the original, there have also been quite a few times where the sequel failed to live up to expectations. Here are our picks in no particular order for the worst movie sequels of all time.
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July 28th, 2014 9:00am EDT
Sharknado took Twitter by storm last August and has given the SyFy network an unexpected ongoing franchise. The latest installment hits the U.S. July 30 with Sharknado 2: The Second One. Yes, that's really the subtitle.
What's really amazing about Sharknado, even to SyFy executives, is that there have been countless other intentionally awful movies that mix monsters with disasters but Sharknado was the first to become a global phenomenon. If you're looking for a fix of the ridiculous, here are some of our favorite monster mashups.
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June 23rd, 2014 11:20am EDT
Nintendo made some waves at this month's E3 with a trailer for a new Legend of Zelda and a Smash Bros. tournament that had the Nintendo faithful riveted.
But the good press is only a brief salve for the company's current problems. The Wii U is still dead in the water, with Ubisoft openly remarking that they are intentionally holding back games until the Wii U has a bigger install base. And most of those awesome games shown at E3 won't be out until late this year or even 2015.
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June 8th, 2014 10:00am EDT
With Fox's The Simpsons now well into its third decade on the air, it's been established for a while that animated television shows can appeal to the masses or even be aimed squarely at adult viewers.
From the antics of Peter Griffin to the adventures of Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny, there are plenty of great shows that lull you in with the cartoon animation you watched as a kid, only to wallop you over the head with their over-the-top adult humor.
Here are 10 of our favorite cartoons aimed at adult audiences.
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June 7th, 2014 11:00am EDT
Ah, road trips. Everyone has at least one fond memory of refusing to ask for directions, arguing with their wife and yelling at the kids to knock it off. Perhaps that's why Hollywood keeps going back to this formula time and again. Here are 10 of our favorite road trip movies of all-time.
This 2004 comedy staring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church features a week long road trip to Santa Barbara Wine Country. Audiences cheered on loveable loser Miles Raymond as he put up with the douchebag antics of his old college roommate Jack Cole. One of the better-received road trip mo...
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June 4th, 2014 6:00pm EDT
Arrested Development's successful return for a fourth season on Netflix was lauded as a just reward for a show that was often viewed as a critical success but just didn't have the viewers to show for it. Arrested Development's success on Netflix started a new era of original programming for the company that has since given us other hits like House of Cards and Orange is the New Black.
With Netflix's status as a home for quality original shows still on the rise, we thought it might be fun to take a look at back at some of our favorite canceled shows that, like Arrested Development, were pe...
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When former King of Queens star Leah Remini went on the Ellen Degeneres Show last week, she used it as an opportunity to clearly state that she believes she is better off since leaving the "religion" of Scientology last summer.
The now Xenu-free Remini stated that she and her family have found "new ways to reconnect" and that leaving the religion "has really brought us closer together."
While we're happy for Remini, but we can't help but hope that some other famous celebrities would follow her example.
Here are 7 Famous Stars Who Are A Little Too Into Scientology.
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June 2nd, 2014 4:00pm EDT
Since the start of the next-gen war in late 2013, Sony's Playstation 4 has continuously outperformed Microsoft's Xbox One in sales. You may recall that Microsoft got off to a disastorous start for its new console during last year's E3 trade show, during which Sony directly called out Microsoft for policies that were unpopular with gamers, such as an always online requirement and restrictions on who you could share games with.
While Sony continues to win the monthly sales battle as of the NPD numbers from April 2014, Microsoft has made it clear that it intends to remain in the conversation ...
May 25th, 2014 9:00am EDT
Jimmy Fallon has taken late night television by storm since taking over the reins of The Tonight Show from Jay Leno this past February. One of the reasons Fallon has been so successful is that he is a master at creating moments on his show that go viral on the Internet for weeks and months to come. Fallon's so good at it, that's he's managed to get some well known Hollywood celebs to engage in behavior they otherwise would never even consider, all for our enjoyment and entertainment.
Here are 10 of our favorite moments so far from The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
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May 24th, 2014 4:00pm EDT
Transistor Review: A sublime follow-up to Bastion from Supergiant Games
Transistor is the second game from Bastion developer Supergiant Games but if you came here expecting a sophomore slump, prepare to be disappointed.
The story of Red, a lounge singer who wakes up next to a dead body and with her voice almost gone, makes for a unique and interesting tale that you don't see every day in gaming. The gorgeous hand-painted graphics are just as stunning as what you remember from Bastion and the soundtrack is good enough to put on your iPod outside of the game.
But it's the game's unique and...