Review: DREDD

In a violent, futuristic city where the police have the authority to act as judge, jury and executioner, a cop teams with a trainee to take down a gang that deals the reality-altering drug, SLO-MO.

It’s rare that the remake is better then the original, and the original starred Sylvester Stallone, but this one did, it outdid the original Judge Dredd and left it to be forgotten. In this movie Karl Urban was a man of few words, it was pure action on his part, and what little you can see of his face, said it all about Judge Dredd, he played the part perfectly. The story is clear Judge Dredd entered the most crime ridden location in Mega City, Peach Trees, and when he goes in all hell breaks loose and Judge Dredd does what he does best, Judge, Jury, and Executionar. The perfect type of movie, a solid story line, great bad guys, and action that just wouldn’t stop. One hell of a movie and this one did Judge Dredd Justice, I’m hoping for another one because this one ended on an high note.

Link: IMDB

Sci-Fi Armory


In need of a pull rifle or a needle gun to blow a building apart, who wouldn’t want this arsenal for their armory. Creatively ThinkGeek have put together a few memorable weapons from key SciFi movies, I have managed to identify some of them without issue and some I don’t have a clue at all. Do you have an idea of the other weapon’s origins?

1977 – Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (Han Solo Gun)
1986 – Aliens (Sigourney Weaver)
1996 – Judge Dredd
1997 – Men In Black (Will Smith)
2009 – District 9

Link: ThinkGeek