Sunday, December 1, 2013

Christmas 2013 is Coming... Also Winter

      I know there hasn't been a ton on Cinema Won this past month, but hopefully I can fix it starting now. School's getting busy with college and the whatnot and the holidays are upon us. So this month, I should hopefully have a good amount of Christmas themed stuff going on. Here on Cinema Won, we'll be celebrating A Very Disney Christmas! Starting this Tuesday the 6th and continuing every three days after that, I'll take a look at ten Disney christmas films for your pleasure and my probable pain. That means all the Santa Clauses, all the Santa Buddies, and a few other special ones here and there. Plus, tomorrow will hopefully have a review of the latest Disney film Frozen (Spoiler alert: It's really, really good) as well as some other theatrical reviews. I think I'll be able to see Blue is the Warmest Color, Saving Mr. Banks, Anchorman 2, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Wolf of Wall Street and maybe even a few others. So, this week Cinema Won should officially be in Christmas mode. And I've got a weird one to kick things off!

Friday, November 29, 2013

An Undefined Gamer Lost Review: "Bionicle: Battle for Power #1"

Note from The Undefined Gamer: This review was supposed to be for my 2nd anniversary. I planned on reviewing a whole week of Bionicle comics. However, for some reason, after writing the first review, the rest of the comics where deleted from my mind. Meanwhile, this review was forgotten and left to rot in my "Draft" section of my e-mail. Well, better late than never. Here's Bionicle: Battle For Power Number One.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

The Undefined Gamer: "The Day of the Doctor" Review

Cinema Won here. I love Doctor Who, but
I'm only on Season Four. Editing this spoiler-free
was the worst thing ever.

Spoiler Warning

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

If D.C. and Warner Bros. Made Marvel Movies

      With the recent release of the still very comic-booky feeling Marvel Studios film Thor: The Dark World and the new for Warner Bros. Batman/Superman still sounding not very promising, I was wonder what would happen if Warner Bros. was in charge of making the Marvel movies and series we know and love today. Most likely, it's dark, gritty and completely missing the point of the character.

Monday, October 21, 2013

The Future of Cinema Won

      I just wanted to write something quick in order to say a few things that I think I need to be said. I alway had a tendency to start a NEW SERIES and then several weeks later, end it unceremoniously and never mention it again. And here's why. I don't want Cinema Won to be a job. I may not get paid, have the bigger fanbase or anything like that. But I think I do well and maybe this will grow into something big. Well, bigger. But, I will only do this if I am enjoying it. And series force me into deadline and making watching the film I review an assignment. I do it for work and not for enjoyment, which I think sways the review and takes the fun out of it. So, from now on, I will not be starting any new series. Maybe when I can get videos done, I'll bring back a few, alongside my plans for Awfully Direct. But for now, no more series. I may however start doing more of these monthly themes. If I can plan ahead some and get a manageable number of film to be reviewed, then this could be a fun addition to Cinema Won. And, as always, I will gladly take suggestions and work with others if they are willing to. After all, who knows where this is going to go?

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Halloween 2013: Horror in Time: "Bride of Frankenstein"

Yes, it is once again time for Halloween on Cinema Won. And this time, we're aren't just looking at one series. We are looking at all of horror! Okay, not all of horror. But, like, ten films! So that's cool. Every week for the next five weeks of October, we will look at a classic horror film from every decade starting in the 1930s and making our way up to the 2010s, with a bonus thrown in. And now, let's kick things off with a sequel! See, they did these even in the 1930s!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Undefined Gamer Talks Nintendo 2DS

Nintendo seems to have a trend of alienating its audiences. Like
the Wii, 3DS, and Wii U before it, it seems that Nintendo once again
seems to have to explain themselves for their new console: the 2DS.