Breaking Bad is now over and TV fans around the world are left wondering what show to watch next. Vince Gilligan’s drama about a school teacher turned drug kingpin has mesmerized fans throughout its all too short five season run, and it introduced some of TV’s most memorable characters. The talented cast highlighted by Bryan
The HISHEdotcom YouTube channel has unleashed its latest “How It Should Have Ended” movie parody, and this time they took on J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek: Into Darkness. Rather than solely focusing on the Khan bit, the HISHE crew took a unique approach to the Into Darkness ending that featured a much tighter conclusion to the film, and
If it weren’t for Ralph McQuarrie the world may have never seen the iconic samurai warrior inspired Darth Vader costume and many other designs from a galaxy far, far away. He was George’s go-to-guy to fully realize his thoughts on paper, and is responsible for many of the ship and character designs in the original trilogy.
Breaking Bad is sadly gone from this Earth forever, but that won’t stop fans of the series from paying tributes to it. The latest comes from UK artist Olly Moss, who drew stylized miniature Walt Whites portraying the many versions of Walt’s character transformation. There’s regular Walt, pants less Walt, bald Walt, Heisenberg, meth suit walt,
Nordic Games’ Painkiller Hell and Damnation is now available for download from the Xbox Live Marketplace. For $29.99 gamers can download this “fast-paced modern remake of an all-action shooter” for use on their Xbox 360. Head on down below to preview the updated graphics. Painkiller Hell and Damnation for the Xbox 360 can be downloaded from
The CineFix team has returned to the Terminator 2 universe with another spot on homemade remake of one of its more memorable scenes. This time around the swede-ing masters tackled the “Your foster parents are dead” scene, and they dug deep in their bag of homemade recreation tricks to pull of the homage with perfection. Using only camera