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The Avengers: Age of Ultron Easter Eggs and References

In Editorial, Movie by Chris

I’ve searched Marvel’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron for Easter Eggs and references to help figure out exactly where the MCU is headed. If you’re a fan of the series or just like searching for Easter Eggs, I hope you’ll find something useful below! WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD Infinity Stone: The Mind Gem In previous Marvel films, since phase one …

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BIG HERO 6: Where is the Hidden Easter Egg Video & Hidden Mickeys?

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Where is Disney’s hidden BIG HERO 6 Easter Egg video? Good news! Finding the hidden video containing all of those delicious Big Hero 6 Easter Eggs is actually pretty simple. It is hidden within the Special Features section, selectable through the menu bar. Once inside this section, scroll left through the options — you won’t see the Easter Egg video …

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Everything I know about Parenthood, I learned from Jack Burton

In Editorial, Movie by Chris

Wildly entertaining, yet massively underappreciated; John Carpenter’s Big Trouble in Little China was the quintessential 80’s pop-culture movie. Please hear me out. Big Trouble was flawlessly choreographed, B-movie level cinema. It displayed perfectly executed tongue-in-cheek humor, bad-ass kung fu, crazy cool sorcery and monsters, and let’s not forget the romantic undertone. It was pretty much everything you could ask for …

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Short Film of Father turn Zombie, saving his Infant Cargo

In Editorial, Movie by Chris

Admission, I am a zombie fanatic. But that doesn’t mean I am feeding episodes of The Walking Dead or Romero’s iconic classic as part of my children’s pop-culture diet. Zombies do, however, make for a fun twist on the classic chase game of “tag”. Brains…..

I want to thank my brethren in the daddy blogging society for linking to this awesome short film from Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke. Titled, Cargo, the film is about a zombie-bitten fathers last moments with his infant child. I don’t want to say more than that as to preserve the message being delivered. The short film was a finalist in the 2013 Australian Tropfest Film Festival.