YIPPEE KI-YAY MOTHER RUSSIA! John McClane heads to Russia to help save his son but should you go to the theater to help save the Die Hard franchise? All of your answers await you in this months Clean Slate on the 5th installment in the Die Hard series, A Good Day To Die Hard!!!
Author Archive for Jose Guzman
The Guzmaniac puts the best in high-end collectable, Hot Toys, to task on created the most epic figure of them all… a multi-character Nicolas Cage figure!
Every year brings a new crop of Hollywood flops. PoP!’s Jose Guzman pops open a 6-Pack of films that he hopes wont make it on 2013′s list of flops.
We are going Outside the Longbox to pay tribute & respect on the 72nd birthday of the martial arts legend who changed the world one side kick at a time. The one, the only, BRUCE LEE.
PoP!ulation, meet ‘Dredd 3D’, the movie that may single handedly save R rated action movie genre. Clean Slate brings to you the next big thing to hit action movies since ‘The Matrix’. No joke, ‘Dredd 3D ‘is FN’ amazing! Believe the hype.
Welcome to the special In Theaters Edition of Clean Slate, as we swing out of the Clean Slate studios and into the movie theaters to check out the much needed reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, with this week’s theatrical release of The Amazing Spider-Man! Will this reboot avenge the injustice brought upon all fans from Spider-Man 3, or will this movie prove to be just another annoying spider bite?
For the inaugural episode of Clean Slate, we get our asses to Mars with ‘John Carter’, the biggest flop since Water World, giving the film a second chance on Blu-Ray. Can ‘John Carter’ redeem its disasterous box office numbers and bounce back on DVD?
2011 has come to a close, and with it ends PoP! Contributor Jose Guzman’s run on ’52 Pick-Up’. The Artist Formerly Known as Guzman 2011 looks back on his tenure on ’52 Pick-Up’, and counts down his Best and Worst of 2011. Now in its entirety! And it only took a month!
Week three of DC’s New 52 relaunch marks the rebirth of Suicide Squad and the much debated revamp of the queen of madness, Harley Quinn. Does Suicide Squad deserve a spot among the break out hits of the New 52 or does it belong with the likes of Hawk and Dove?
52 Pickup is back stronger than ever with a new 52 relaunch of its own. Take that DC. Check out the all new format, as Guzman 2011 relaunches his journey to get through 52 unseen movies before the years end, starting up again with the infamous ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’.
Cowboy Ninja Viking. The title should be enough to intrigue you. If you are looking for a book that takes a departure from the norm, look no further than this Hidden Gem that takes you on a trip into a world of split-personality assassins.
PoP! brings you a preview of ‘Echoes’ writer Joshua Hale Fialkov’s upcoming on-going title, ‘The Last Of The Greats’, with artwork by Brent Peeples, debuting this October through Image Comics with an intriguing first issue that will leave you wanting more.
Guzman 2011 takes a look at Brian Azzarello’s latest masterpiece, Batman: Knight of Vengeance, the 3-issue mini-series tie in to DC’s Flashpoint mega event. Journey into the dark underbelly of a Gotham City without a Bruce Wayne.
Guzman 2011′s last 52 Pick-Up, Sunshine, was a true testament to Chris Evans’ ability to pull off Captain America, so this week, let’s see what Mr. Ryan Reynolds has to offer in the non-mainstream fantasy mystery, The Nines. Spoiler Alert: I rag on the Green Lantern a little.
Here we are in week 7 of 2011′s edition of 52 Pick-Up and the streak of great movies continues! This week’s greatness is brought to us by Danny Boyle with his Sci-Fi thriller Sunshine. Check out Guzman 2011′s review and then put some shades on and look directly into the Sunshine.
Week four is upon us and this weeks pick is the Rotoscoped sci-fi thriller, Renaissance. Did Renaissance end the streak of awesome movie watching or have I been able to pick four awesome movies in row? There’s only one way to find out.
For the 2011 version of PanelsonPages.com’s 52 Pick-Up, Jose Guzman takes on the task of reviewing a movie a week, and for his first entry, he reviews the Simon Pegg/Edgar Wright action-comedy, Hot Fuzz. Let’s f@&*in’ do this thing.