Today’s Tom Sawyer should get high off the Rush 40th anniversary box set

It’s hard to believe it’s been 40 years since Rush released their first, self-titled album to an unwitting future fanbase – and for once, the sentiment expressed here doesn’t do the reality of the situation total justice. Truth be told, bassist Geddy Lee and guitarist Alex Lifeson have been friends for nearly five decades after more »

WWE Network adds 80s toon ‘Hulk Hogan’s Rock N’ Wrestling

It’s true,  WWE offers access to a film library with hundreds of classic WCW and WWE pay-per-views. Subscribers also get to watch all 12 WWE pay-per-views as part of the $9.99 monthly cost. But the real reason me and 700,000 other people signed up? We’ll soon get to watch all 26 episodes of Hulk Hogan’s more »

Movie Review: “Tusk”

Let me start off by saying, “Tusk” is not for everyone. Actually, let me revise this statement. Most normal, sane moviegoers will not enjoy “Tusk” THAT much. In fact, a number of them will most likely hate this film and/or be disgusted by its uber-disturbing subject matter and its loathsome characters. Even some of writer/director more »

Think fast: 7 ways to save your gadgets

From GadgeTell The good news is that there are things you can do to save your favorite gadgets. Using these tips in times of a tech-related crisis can help you get the most out of gadgets. You can even reverse the damage in some instances! Read the full post on GadgeTell »

Movie Review: “This is Where I Leave You”

Yes, “This is Where I Leave You” is derivative. It’s the same dysfunctional-adult-siblings-under-one-roof comedy/drama that we’ve seen a thousand times. There are too many characters and too many subplots. Those plots repeat themselves, and characters blurting out inappropriate things that they shouldn’t blurt out is a well it goes to way too many times. But more »

Movie Review: “The Zero Theorem” 

Terry Gilliam’s new film, “The Zero Theorem,” ultimately fails because it lives in the shadow of a pair of movies- “Brazil,” and “Snowpiercer.” Both cover many of the same themes, with one coming from the same director and the other coming out the same year. But it clearly pales in comparison to both. Directed by more »

Dan Aykroyd wants the Ghostbusters to have their own cinematic universe

Who knew that Dan Aykroyd’s descent into complete insanity (which probably began around the time of “Nothing But Trouble” for anyone at home keeping score) would eventually manifest itself in his ability to never, ever stop talking about his ideas for more “Ghostbusters” related media? Now that one of the key forces behind the original films’ in more »

Penn State movie finds its Sandusky: John Carroll Lynch

John Carroll Lynch has played some creepy bastards in his time, up to and including the potential Zodiac killer in David Fincher’s “Zodiac.” But now, Lynch has signed on to play what may be the biggest monster of his career: Former Penn State assistant football coach and convicted serial rapist Jerry Sandusky. According to The more »

CE industry settles on a name for 4K/UHD/Ultra HD TVs: 4K Ultra HD

From HomeTechTell We've been harping on this for a long time: Are the new class of super-high-resolution televisions called 4K TVs, UHD TVs, or Ultra HD TVs? This week, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), which runs the yearly, epic CES show in Las Vegas and the rest of the year sets the tone for the consumer electronics industry, came up with a solution. Or maybe, more accurately, a compromise. Read the full post on HomeTechTell »

Live from New York, it’s new SNL announcer Darrell Hammond 

In its 40 years- save for one of the Lorne Michaels exile years in the early ’80s- Saturday Night Live has had only one full-time announcer, Don Pardo. Pardo, who retired years ago, had even taken in his later years to recording voiceovers from his home in Arizona. But alas, Pardo passed away last month at more »

Next James Bond movie to start filming in December

Daniel Craig and “Skyfall” director Sam Mendes will unite again, on the 24th James Bond pic. It will start Dec. 6 with a table read, according to Variety. This is Craig’s fourth turn as Bond, and he is signed up for two more. Also coming back are Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishlaw. Fiennes more »

Samsung ad: A day in the life of Dax and Kristen

After years of ads from Samsung mostly taking shots at Apple, we sort of get the point. But now, Samsung has taken their advertising in a more welcome direction: By featuring Hollywood’s most adorable young married couple, Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell. In the 90-second spot for the Galaxy Tab S, set in the time more »