NEW Amazon Fire Tablets and Kindle E-Readers

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Amazon just released 5 All-New tablets and e-readers. The new fire HD boasts being the most powerful tablet under $100, and there’s a $149 heavy-duty-case-protected Kid’s Edition that they’ll replace for free if your child breaks it. The fire HDX starts at $379 and packs quad-core processing, an 8MP camera, and a 8.9″ HD display with over 4 million pixels. Their new Kindle now starts at the low price of $79 and the Kindle Voyage delivers a 300 ppi display with adaptive font lighting. No matter what you’re looking for in a tablet or e-reader, they have you covered!



Madden 15

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The latest installment of the Madden video game franchise released this week, and you better get your copy before your friends have too much time to practice and show you up. New features for Madden NFL 15 include upgraded defense where you can risk bigger plays to force fumbles, or make more conservative tackles to ensure you stop the offense. For those looking for extra pomp and circumstance, the new game also features new pre-game and halftime shows. Available for PS4, PS3, XBOX ONE, and XBOX 360.

GET IT: $60

Trailer | Nightcrawler

When we first heard that Jake Gyllenhaal was starring in Nightcrawler, we figured it was part of the Marvel superhero franchise. We were way off. Completely unrelated to comics, it’s about a character named Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. It appears that Lou isn’t the most mentally stable guy, and Gyllenhaal reportedly lost around 20 lbs for the role. Nightcrawler hits theaters October 17th.


Trailer | Dumb and Dumber To

It may have been 20 years since their adventure to Aspen, but Harry (Jeff Daniels) and Lloyd (Jim Carrey) are back and dumber than ever in Dumb and Dumber To . From the trailer it looks like it’ll be a little more slapstick and a little less witty than the original, but at least the Mutt Cutts Shaggin’ Wagon is back. Hitting theaters November 14th.


Trailer | Interstellar by Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan, director of The Dark Knight films and Inception has a new film coming November 7th. Interstellar stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain and the first full-length trailer of the movie was recently released – giving a glimpse into the wormhole space travel McConaughey will embark on. Other notable actors in the film include Casey Affleck, Jon Lithgow, and Michael Caine.

Star Wars Episode VII | Cast Announced

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In a galaxy not so far away, the upcoming Star Wars Episode VII cast was officially announced. Directed by J.J. Abrams, the seventh Star Wars film will feature original cast members including Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Anthony Daniels – who will be joined by Andy Serkis (LOTR), Adam Driver (Girls), John Boyega (Attack the Block), and mystery newcomer Daisy Ridley. John Williams returns as the composer and the film is set to release December 18, 2015. See the full release at

Amazon Fire TV

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Amazon stepped into the ring of the streaming device battle and is now a fierce competitor of Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and Roku. Amazon Fire TV is a tiny box connected to your HDTV with 2 GB of memory and ready to stream Amazon Instant Video (duh), Hulu Plus, Netflix, Showtime Anytime, and much more. Plus, it also features voice search (just say what you want to watch) and supports an Android-based platform allowing you to play games on your big screen (gaming controller sold seperately).

GET IT: $99

Trailer | Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Megan Fox as April O’Neil?? Sign us up!! Check out the trailer to the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie, or “TMNT” as us cool kids used to call it in the late ’80s-early 90′s. Also starring Will Arnett, the kick-ass turtles hit theaters on August 8th.

Trailer | Bad Words

The Red Band Trailer for Bad Words is crude, inappropriate, off-colored, and friggin’ hilarious. Usually cast as the sensible good-guy, we’re looking forward to seeing Jason Bateman (who also directs) be a grade-A asshole as he torments his way through the spelling bee circuit. Hitting theaters March 28th.