Infinite Ammo Presents: What To Expect When You’re A Superhero Expecting

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Superheroes live a dangerous lifestyle: and capes and tights don’t always work well with pacifiers and diapers. There’s never been a guide to help expecting supermoms and dads balance fighting crime, an alter-ego, and keep their archfoes away while changing diapers and shopping for superstrollers… until now! With the movie adaptation of the bestselling parenting … Continue reading

The Road to “Avengers 2″: Predictions and Hopes

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In our post-The Avengers world, priorities have changed a little bit. Before the record breaking hit, people were all, “I wonder if Thor 2 will be any good,” but now, people are all, “OMG I need Avengers 2 right now!” Naturally, the question that follows is, well, “What will Avengers 2 even be about?” Seriously, even a large portion … Continue reading

Infinite Ammo’s Mother Day Special: Best (and Worst) Moms of Geek Culture

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In honor of Mother’s Day, Infinite Ammo wanted to honor some of our favorite geek culture moms… good and bad. We’re celebrating what makes each mother special (or what doesn’t) with a little background on what they have been through, what makes them tick, and what’s made them who they are as moms. Please enjoy! … Continue reading

A DC Fan’s Spoiler-Packed Dissection of ‘The Avengers’

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WARNING: There will be spoilers. All of them. In many ways The Avengers is both every action movie you’ve ever seen, and in many ways its the first of its kind. Like many action movies, it’s a bit thin on plot–and this film once again was just a stall for the next (the villain is … Continue reading

A Marvel Fan’s Spoiler-free Review of ‘The Avengers’

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So, just to get it out of the way, yes, The Avengers was awesome. And if you know me at all, you know that I present that as honestly as I can; I immediately and again point out what was already offered in the title of this article—I’m a Marvel. That doesn’t mean that I’m ignoring the … Continue reading

John Carter of Mars Review: Does This Movie Leap Past The Rest?

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I don’t know what I expected to find in John Carter of Mars. I knew it was based on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 11-volume Barsoom series. I knew it was directed by Andrew Stanton, director of Finding Nemo and WALL-E. Even if I wasn’t sure a movie about a guy going to Mars and stopping wars … Continue reading

Chronicle Review: The Best “Real World” Superhero Movie Ever?

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Hancock, eat your heart out. What happens when you combine the gimmick of the Blair Witch Project, the tone of Jumper, and the personal struggle of Akira‘s Tetsuo all into one movie? You get Chronicle. And that’s a good thing. This was Josh Trank‘s directorial debut, and both his and screenwriter Max Landis‘s first work on … Continue reading

‘Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance’ – New Worst Superhero Movie Ever or Just One of the Worst Superhero Movies Ever?

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An Intro from Louis Santiago: As a comic book reader and a fan of (some) comic book movies, I honestly couldn’t say I was at all excited for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. The first movie was so incredibly dull that it ranked up there on my list of worst superhero movies of all time. However, SoV … Continue reading

Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol: An Analysis: Why Do We Watch Tom Cruise Movies?

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Most movie stars manage to brand themselves in order to generate ticket sales. People watch movies starring Jennifer Aniston because they like Jennifer Aniston. People watch movies starring Arnold Schwarzenneger because they like Arnold Schwarzennegger (unfortunately, they voted for him for the same reason). If Will Ferrel is in a movie, he’s pretty much guaranteed … Continue reading

@ The Round Table: Infinite Ammo’s 2011 Year in Review

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To look back on this year, Infinite Ammo has brought together some of our writers to talk about 2011: our favorite, most anticipated and least liked games, movies, TV shows and comics. Favorite Game of the Year: Louis Santiago: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. It’s hard to say what my favorite moment of the game … Continue reading

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