November 23, 2017

4 Ways To Up Your Home Entertainment Game

Part of what makes a home great is how much fun we can have in it! Movie night with a loved one, games night with the kids or a dinner party with a friend. There’s a lot to gain from a home - so let’s see how you can boost your home entertainment game. Put It All Into Movies Movie nights are incredible, but being cramped around a 22-inch TV … [Read more...]

Six Super Sports to Try in 2017

Though it is more than likely you have already made and/or given up on your New Year’s resolutions, there’s no reason whatsoever you can’t try something new at any time of the year. While going to the gym on a regular basis takes a huge amount of willpower, taking up a new sport is a great way to get into shape while dedicating your time to … [Read more...]

YouTube API will allow video games to more easily stream in-game content

What's YouTube doing at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco? Talking about integration with video games, obviously. More specifically, the company is hoping to expand an idea we first noticed in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, whereby users could easily stream in-game content to YouTube. Clearly, the company worked in concert with … [Read more...]

Updated Portraits: “Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Lionsgate has spent much of this week unveiling "Victory Portraits" featuring characters from the upcoming "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". Check out all the one-sheets released thus far below, this page will be updated as more follow: Dark Horizons - News … [Read more...]

Portraits: “Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

Lionsgate has spent much of this week unveiling "Victory Portraits" featuring characters from the upcoming "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire". Check out all the one-sheets released thus far below, this page will be updated as more follow: Dark Horizons - News … [Read more...]

Work Begins On Last “Hunger Games” Script

Lionsgate has exercised its option on "Game Change" scribe Danny Strong to pen the script for the second part of the studio's two-part film adaptation of "Mockingjay," the final novel in "The Hunger Games" trilogy. Strong has already penned the script for the first part, but his deal for the second was contingent on the studio's approval of his … [Read more...]

“Ghost Recon” Games Get A Film Adaptation

French game publisher Ubisoft is looking into developing a third film based on one of their game titles. Not content with starting work on "Assassin's Creed" and "Splinter Cell" films with the likes of Michael Fassbender and Tom Hardy respectively attached, the company is about to pitch a movie based on their Tom Clancy "Ghost Recon" series. The … [Read more...]

Metacritic’s Top Films, Shows, Games of 2012

With all the year's films now out in U.S. theaters, Metacritic.com has revealed what films and TV shows were the best of the year based on the aggregate scores of the top critics. I've divided the lists into three sections - films, TV shows and major console games - specifically PS3 & 360. Check out the scores below: Best Films This list … [Read more...]

Strong Adapts Third “Hunger Games” Novel

Double Emmy-winning "Game Change" and "The Butler" scribe Danny Strong has been hired to pen the scripts for the two-film adaptation of "Mockingjay", the final chapter in "The Hunger Games" franchise at Lionsgate. The news comes from Variety who added that the studio had no comment. The two films are scheduled for a November 21st 2014 and … [Read more...]

John Furlong not heading to London for start of Summer Games

The former head of Vancouver's Olympic Organizing Committee says he won't be going to the Summer Games in London when they start next week. John Furlong says not only has he been busy as Executive Chair of the Vancouver Whitecaps, but as Chair of the Own the Podium program, he says money is better spent elsewhere. "We sort of made a decision this … [Read more...]