Tag: Guillermo del Toro


Guillermo Del Toro Is Done Making Videogames - 2015-08-14 09:34:57

Guillermo Del Toro Is Done Making Videogames

 |  Brendan Frye
It is no secret that Del Toro brings some fantastical ideas to all the projects he works on.
Resident Evil: What Now?

Resident Evil: What Now?

 |  Aleksander Gilyadov
Resident Evil is a rather peculiar franchise. It contains maladroit, and painfully uninspired main entries in Resident Evil 5 and 6, but one that also continues to give us glimpses of hope, and a reminder of why it’s so beloved in the first place with its spin-offs and re-releases. Capcom, for the most part, went […]
From Norris To Spacey: Celebs In Video Games 6

From Norris to Spacey: Celebs in Video Games

 |  Kate Richards
Whether it’s the lead character’s voice, a small side character’s voice, the motion capturing of facial and body movements or the sole face of the game itself, celebrity actors have been spotting video game worlds for as long as games have been around. As with most aspects of video games, the appearances of celebrities in […]
Cgm Plays - P.t. Demo

CGM Plays – P.T. Demo

 |  Wayne Santos
This week Wayne and Brendan take a shot at the creepy demo that was shown off at GamesCom 2014. They play through from beginning to end with a few jumps and scares. ——————————- Please Subscribe to our Channel! Check us out online @ https://www.cgmagonline.com/ Tweet us @ Like us @ https://www.facebook.com/ComicsGamingmagazine
Can Kojima Save Silent Hill? - 2014-08-14 11:42:36

Can Kojima Save Silent Hill?

 |  Wayne Santos
The best advertising stunt for a game has occurred during GamesCom, and it comes from none other than the master of Internet Trolling, Hideo Kojima. To quickly re-cap, a teaser trailer was shown at GamesCom for something called “P.T.” This P.T. was actually a demo available on the PlayStation Network and those lucky few that […]
The Top Ten Genre Movies Of 2013 12

The Top Ten Genre Movies of 2013

 |  Phil Brown
You might have been too busy playing games and anticipating new consoles to notice, but 2013 was actually one of the best years for movies in recent memory. Oh sure, there were plenty of a giant hunks of crap shoved into screens simply to fill a release date (like… say… After Earth…*shudder*). But hey, that’s […]
The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (Movie) Review 1

The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (2013) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Last year the geek community swooned in anticipation of Peter Jackson’s return to Middle Earth. The very Hobbit-like director’s Lord Of The Rings trilogy had been the millennial Star Wars trilogy that both George Lucas’ prequels and The Matrix series promised and failed to deliver; a new fantasy epic that pushed the boundaries of what […]
Necessary Evil: Villains Of Dc Comics (Movie) Review 3

Necessary Evil: Villains Of DC Comics (2013) Review

 |  Phil Brown
For any fan of DC Comics, it’s clear that the company has a deep love and affection for the bad guy. Their lineup of villains is deep and impressive, varying from thugs to gods and offering a stark contrast to their collection of super powered heroes. In September, the company even halted production on all […]
Pacific Rim (Movie) Review 1

Pacific Rim (2013) Review

 |  Phil Brown
For those who complain about the overabundance of “crash, boom, bang” filmmaking in the summer blockbuster season, Pacific Rim should serve as a textbook on how to serve up that brand of entertainment. It’s big, loud, explosive, and ultimately about little more than the joyous sight of robots and monsters smashing into each other.
Talking To Guillermo Del Toro 7

Talking To Guillermo Del Toro

 |  Phil Brown
Lifelong monster enthusiast Guillermo Del Toro is one of those lucky few people who can claim to be living their dream. Born to a low income and highly religious family in Mexico, Del Toro took his childhood monster obsession from homemade Halloween costumes and rubber make up effects for Mexican TV all the way to […]


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