Game trailer: Brutal Legend Video
Get ready to have your faces melted, because Brutal Legend finally comes out today for XBox 360 and the PS3. To quote Jeff, the game is a "metal fan's absolute fantasy come true." It stars Jack Black as the voice of Eddie Riggs, a roadie for a metal band that must fight off metal-infused demons to save the world.
The fourth game in the epic and brutal God of War series will be called 'Ascension.'
Based on the classic poem of the same name, players will guide Dante on a brutal adventure through the nine circles of Hell.
Legend tells of three magic diamonds that, if in the wrong hands, can be united to create a force powerful enough to freeze the sun. When the evil sorcerer Zeebad (Jon Stewart) escapes from his ancient prison, he vows to exact revenge by deep-freezing the earth forever. Determined to save the world, a fellowship of four unlikely heroes band together to foil Zeebad's villainous plot. Led by the candy-loving mutt Doogal (Kenan Thompson), friends Dylan (Jimmy Fallon), Brian (William H. Macy) and Ermintrude (Whoopi Goldberg) all embark on an epic adventure to save the world. In order to find the diamonds before Zeebad, they must climb icy mountains, navigate fiery pits of molten lava, sail across vast oceans and pass through a booby-trapped temple guarded by an army of ninja skeleton warriors. Along the way they learn that the most powerful weapon is their friendship ? which even Zeebad's evil magic cannot destroy.
'The Overture' is inspired by the life of musician Luang Pradit Pairoh, whose mastery at playing an instrument called the ranard-ek made him a legend in the world of classical Thai music.
From Michael Bay, the producer of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", comes the true story of Amityville. In November 1974, a family of six was brutally murdered. Now, a year later, an unsuspecting young couple, George (Ryan Reynolds, "Blade: Trinity," "The In-Laws") and Kathy Lutz (Melissa George, TV's "Alias"), and their children move into the house that was the site of the horrific event and is now haunted by a murderous presence. What follows is 28 days of unimaginable terror. With demonic visions of the dead and relentless screams of terror, this is the haunted house story that isn't just a movie--it's real.
All he wanted to do was go home and get a drink. But at 8:02 a.m., hungover NYPD detective Jack Mosley (Bruce Willis) is assigned a seemingly simple task. Petty criminal Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) is set to testify before a grand jury at 10:00 a.m. and needs to be taken from lock-up to the courthouse, 16 blocks away. It should take Jack 15 minutes to drop him off at the courthouse and get home. Broken down, out of shape, with a bad leg and a serious drinking problem, Jack's role on the force is simple - clock in, clock out and stay out of trouble in between. He's in no mood to deal with a punk who's been in and out of jail for more than half his life. But beneath the punk in Eddie lies a man committed to turning his life around and constantly searching for "signs" that will lead him to a brighter future. Jack knows better, though - people don't change. In Eddie he sees only a pathetic rat who was offered a sweet deal...a rat he will be rid of soon enough. When Jack shoves Eddie into the back of his car and pulls out into the morning New York city rush hour, he doesn't notice the black van looming behind them. His head throbbing, and Eddie's flair for conversation only making it worse, Jack stops off at the local liquor store to pick up some breakfast. As Eddie waits inside the locked car, fuming at getting stuck with Jack as his escort, he's suddenly faced with a much bigger problem - a loaded gun pointed at his head. Jack emerges just in time to prevent Eddie's execution, killing one assassin and narrowly escaping a second. It's the story of how two men change (and change each other) during a tense 16 block struggle between life and death. Directed by Richard Donner from a screen play by Richard Wenk. Starring Bruce Willis, Mos Def, and David Morse.
Lara Croft is back in a brand new adventure for gaming platforms across the board. With the success of "Tomb Raider Legend," the team at Crystal Dynamics is back in the driver's seat. This latest "Tomb Raider" will try and find a solid balance between puzzles and action when it hits stores November 21.
In 2000's "Big Momma's House," Martin Lawrence had his "largest" role ever, as an FBI agent who is a master of disguise. To trap a brutal bank robber, Lawrence went deep undercover--impersonating a fun-loving granny known as Big Momma. Now, Lawrence is back as the boldest, biggest, and baddest Momma ever, in the mother of all comedies: "Big Momma's House 2". This time, Lawrence transforms himself into Big Momma to avert a national security disaster. But saving the country is the least of Big Momma's problems, as he takes on his ultimate challenge--being nanny/housekeeper to the suspect's dysfunctional family.
"Here's the funny thing about death metal: at a certain speed and intensity, it turns into sonic abstraction and enters the world of post rock through the back door. That's certainly the case with Tulsa's Submerged in Dirt, whose flesh-eating intensity can't hide the fact that their sound is stealthily smart." - Editors, Download.com Submerged in Dirt is a band that developed from the outskirts of Tulsa, OK. In an area known to many as the "Bible Belt" we have successfully transcended the limitations put on us by our surroundings, and have created? some of the most brutal music ever conceived. Our style relies heavily on dynamics and key progressions (two things that our genre have long forgotten) while at the same time we utilize extremely powerful vocals. Our fan base is ever growing and we have set out to make a name for ourselves among the greatest metal bands ever. This video is practice footage of our latest song Sterile Room. By the way, Submerged in Dirt are Gods!!!