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Mitchel Broussard
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Xbox/Steam: a long way down
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Mitchel Broussard's Articles

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Jupiter Ascending Review

The Wachowskis have written and directed a total of five movies in the intervening years since The Matrix changed the face of the Hollywood action blockbuster. This is perhaps a cause for concern to some when, in the trailer for their newest sci-fi/fantasy action flick Jupiter Ascending, the studios still insist on boasting “From the […]

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First Images From Upcoming Poltergeist Reboot Unveiled

This Summer’s upcoming Poltergeist reboot (planned for a July 24, 2015 release) has finally got some creepy new stills, courtesy of USA Today, showing off a few mysterious shots from the upcoming remake. The film, like the original, tells the tale of a family that moves into a new house with “bad spiritual juju,” eventually […]

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Syfy Releases Trailer For ‘The Expanse’, Announces Adaptation Of Robert Charles Wilson’s ‘Spin’

Syfy yesterday released a trailer for their upcoming space opera The Expanse, based on the first book in James S.A. Corey’s series of the same name, Leviathan Wakes. The trailer gives fans a first glimpse of Thomas Jane as Detective Miller and Steven Strait as Holden. For those who do not know, the show tells […]

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Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man Costume Fully Revealed Alongside Teaser Trailer

Following an ant-sized teaser poster for their new superhero flick Ant-Man, Marvel this week unveiled Paul Rudd in full glory as the titular character, exclusively to Entertainment Weekly. The issue, out this week, promises a set-visit and exclusive interviews with the cast and crew of the much-anticipated film. And that’s not all the news, during […]

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The Interview Review

“How many times can the U.S. make the same mistakes?” a beleaguered North Korean citizen prompts James Franco and Seth Rogen’s journalists-turned-spies in the new, and highly publicized, comedy The Interview. The response? “As many times as it takes!” The quote, not only well delivered by Franco (and one of his character’s very few high […]

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