Latest Podcast Episodes
Adam talks to the man who designed Sting itself, about The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogies, and lots more!
Jeff, Adam, and Aaron review and recap the most anticipated geek show of the Fall.
The best and worst of Summer movie season 2013, and a look ahead to the Fall!
Adam sits down with Bill to discuss the controversy surrounding the ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Blu-ray.
Check out his breathtaking STAR TREK, STAR WARS, MAN OF STEEL, LONE RANGER, and PACIFIC RIM poster art.
The gang breaks down all the talking points regarding the new Superman flick!
Lucky #13! Red Wedding! Guardians of the Galaxy casting! ‘DOOMED’ talk!
The LeagueCast returns! Join Jeff, and his usual co-hosts Johnny, Adam, and Aaron, as they review and discuss the first two summer blockbusters of the 2013 season: Iron Man 3, and Star Trek Into Darkness!
Latest Movie Reviews
Like Harry Potter and Twilight before it — The Hunger Games has captured the zeitgeist of the hormonal and alienated youth of America through its use of a strong but relatable protagonist, an improbable love sub-plot, and a visceral action set piece with life-and-death stakes.
Though Henson is long gone, his gentle – and genuine – spirit inhabits every frame of The Muppets, somehow watching over his creations and imbuing the film with magic that made Kermit and the gang feel like their old selves for the first time since his untimely death in 1990.
While it’s heads and shoulders above similar Old-west meets technology disasters like Wild Wild West and Jonah Hex, Cowboys & Aliens is a mildly entertaining clash of clichés rather than a compelling mixture of genres.
Captain America: The First Avenger more than lives up to expectations and is everything you could want in a rollicking Saturday afternoon popcorn adventure.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II is a film that filled me with indifference. It’s a two-hour climax that, more often than not, feels frustratingly anti-climactic.
This third installment is not so much a movie as it is a two and a half hour assault on the senses; an un-checked display of empty bombast and juvenile humor that bludgeons the audience into dazed, slack-jawed submission.
Joyless, disjointed, and dull – Green Lantern suffers from a terribly written screenplay, and a narrative that beats the audience senseless with another tedious origin story.
Latest Feature Articles
Jeff examines some potential candidates to take on the Mantle of the Bat.
Indie horror director Dave Zagorski gives us a preview of the second season.
Is there anything good about Brett Ratner’s rushed X-Men sequel?
The goriest, most shocking and memorable sci-fi bad guy deaths ever!
Jeff takes us back to the 80’s, when swivel-arm battle grip reigned supreme!
We are proud to announce a new column here at the GLA!
Are there any redeemable qualities to Affleck’s portayal of the “Man Without Fear?”
Hey Joss, use these guys!