Top Ten Video Game Villains of 2008 | Video Game News

Top Ten Video Game Villains of 2008
By
J. Sternberg

            While 2008 was an amazing year for games, it wasn't without its share of WTF moments, or flat out crying-shame disappointments. This list isn't covering just game releases, but the industry's gaffes as a whole. So lets get started shall we?

2012 | Trailer Park

Uhhhhh... It's a Waterworld prequel???

Top Ten Films of 2008 | Film News

Top Ten Films of 2008
By
Michael C. Riedlinger
Editor-In-Chief

            What a crazy year for film, you know? We saw dead careers come back to life with a roar, great actors die before their time, and the living dead were practically impotent when they finally showed up at the end of the year. 2008 is the year that the writers went on strike and genre films changed tact and proved that it was those very writers who could turn a bit of clichéd fare into potential award winning blockbusters. Oh wait, I forgot that my compatriots in the world of film criticism tend to look down their noses at mainstream fare. While I agree that 2008 saw its fair share of crap, there were plenty of main-stream gems to get excited about.

9 | Trailer Park

Animation that looks kick ass and a story I want to see to boot! 2009 may just work out yet!

Top Ten PS3 Games of 2008 | Video Game News

Top Ten PS3 Games of 2008
By
J. Sternberg
Staff Writer

            2007 was quite simply a shit year for games. Call it a sophomore slump, the first major year of Sony's PS3 was a bust on all fronts, without anything really memorable outside of Call of Duty 4. This year was the complete opposite, with more memorable games coming out on a monthly basis than most of last year as a whole, here's what I consider the best of the best.

State of Play | Trailer Park

Who can save Ben Affleck's career? The BBC, Russel Crowe, and Kevin Macdonald can, that's who...

Naruto: Path Of The Ninja 2 | Video Game Reviews

Naruto: Path Of The Ninja 2
A DS review
by
Kenneth Holm
Senior Staff Writer

            I am going to disclose this right away. I was sent this game by TOMY, the company that made the game. I was involved in a conference call in regards to this game and the other Naruto game that came out for the Wii (review for that one coming soon). So, in the interest of honesty and integrity, I will tell you right now that this is an unbiased and truthful review. With some issues coming up in the past (**coughKaneandLynchcough**), I just want to remain square with you. Now, with that aside, let us delve deep into the world of Ninjas!

Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian | Trailer Park

This looks like a bunch of historically inaccurate fun, but fun nonetheless! I'll give Stiller another go after Tropic Thunder...

Zack and Miri Make a Porno | Film Review

Zack and Miri made a porno, Smith and Rogan made me pee my pants
By
J. Sternberg

            I don't exactly recall when this new trend of great romantic comedies featuring porn side plots and themes began, but at the rate this is going I hope it doesn't stop. Love Actually featured a romance between pornstars (it was one of the minor tales) and was a fantastic film, The Girl Next Door featured an ex-pornstar turning her life around and was also a fantastic film. Zack and Miri Make a Porno continues this trend in the most hardcore of fashions. Written by legendary foul mouthed film god Kevin Smith, and starring Seth Rogan, Elizabeth Banks, and featuring Jason Mewes and a showstealling cameo by Justin Long, Zack and Miri is one of the most vulgar, hilarious, and heartwarming films of the year.

Twilight | Film Review

DG, Its ur BFF Margaret, Omg My Chemical romance is so hot!
By
J. Sternberg

            So yeah, Twilight, um, where the fuck do I even begin? Well for starters, I am so not this movie's target demographic, I don't shop at Hot Topic, I don't think Vampz roxxor my soxxors, nor am I 16 with female genitalia. I am however an avid fan of actual vampire fiction, and have seen pretty much every piece bloodsucking, fangbanging, holy water, stake to the heart, and crosses fair I could get my grubby little mitts on. On that note I also feel the need to clarify immediately that this film has way more to do with The Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants, than Bram Stoker's Dracula.

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