Captain America: The Winter Soldier: A Review

Imagine a world where a secret division of the government controls it all. Where every move is a calculated one against the inattentive masses. Where a multi-billion dollar organization can Continue Reading →

Mediocre Films mocks the Super Bowl commercials

As many of you may already know, we love Mediocre Films here at BPM. I think I posted like 8 million or so of their videos from DragonCon 2013 and Continue Reading →

Alison Brie wants to be in a sequel to Drive

Last night, I watched Only God Forgives again with my father. As BPM Superfans may recall, I had really mixed feelings about the film when I first saw it. But Continue Reading →

I present to you…Fear Bites!

One of our goals here at BoomPopMedia is to provide you all with content on a wide variety of topics. The day has finally come when we are no longer Continue Reading →

DragonCon 2013: The Nerd Parade!

Well, Baby Birds, this may very well be our last post about DragonCon 2013. It’s been fun, but all relatively uneventful things must come to an end at some point. Continue Reading →

DragonCon: MediocreFilms went around and hit cosplayers in the face

In our continuing coverage of the coverage of DragonCon 2013 – not a typo, we’re just that meta – we’re sticking with MediocreFilms and their terrific videos. Previously, we posted Continue Reading →

DragonCon: MediocreFilms has posted the hot girls of DragonCon 2013

Our usual source for videos of hot cosplay girls, MediocreFilms, has finally posted an update on DragonCon 2013. While you all have finally started to care about a lovely and Continue Reading →

Must Watch Videos: Training Day – King Kong

So I was watching Training Day this evening before going to bed. It had been a while since I’d seen it, but I was even more impressed by this scene Continue Reading →

The 10 worst films of recent memory

Obviously there are minor spoilers below, so either read it or don’t. I often get asked what my least favorite movies of all time are. That’s a tough question to Continue Reading →

Onion Report: A failure to prepre for the apocalypse

The Onion Report is a segment at BoomPopMedia where we will link you to a clever video made by the always funny staff at the Onion. All great satire makes Continue Reading →

Top 100 All-Time Greatest Leading Performances in Film…(50-1)

Here it is, my Top-50. A few takeaways: This list only includes about eighteen lead performances by women, but fully half of the Top-10 is female (and the majority of Continue Reading →

Now You See Me: A Review

Now You See Me is a lot like a magic trick itself – there’s a lot of style and you almost think that you’re seeing a good movie, but once Continue Reading →

From Up on Poppy Hill: A Review

I originally wrote this review on May 30th, 2013 for Pixcelation. With permission from the editor-in-chief of Pixcelation, James Herd, I am reposting it here at BoomPopMedia. A few days Continue Reading →

Cloud Atlas: A Review

I originally wrote this review on May 2nd, 2013 for Pixcelation. With permission from the editor-in-chief of Pixcelation, James Herd, I am reposting it here at BoomPopMedia. I am neither Continue Reading →

Dead Man Down: A Review

With Dead Man Down now out on DVD, I can finally actually write this review and pretend that it’s reasonably timely. Niels Arden Oplev has made a film that wound Continue Reading →

Bad Boy or Good Guy? Take the Troy Test

I’ve heard it said that a girl should date a “bad boy” at some point in her youth but should always choose a “good guy” when looking for a husband. Continue Reading →

The 5 Best Forgotten Acting Performances of the 2000s

Afternoon, Baby Birds. This is a list I’ve always wanted to do, so I’m thrilled to get the chance to write this out now – I’m writing about the 5 Continue Reading →

White House Down: A Review

White House Down is the latest effort from disaster movie maker Roland Emmerich and somehow Emmerich has succeeded in making a pulpy-yet-fun summer blockbuster. You certainly don’t need to rush Continue Reading →

The East: A Review

If you’ve seen the trailer for The East, then you would probably go to the theater expecting something that almost resembles a horror movie or a version of The Happening Continue Reading →

interpretation: Old Georgie in Cloud Atlas

This article is part of a segment here at BoomPopMedia.com called “Interpretation.” In this section, we will discuss themes and plot points from films we love. These articles are meant Continue Reading →

interpretation: Cloud Atlas

I’m honored to introduce a new segment here at BoomPopMedia.com called “Interpretation.” In this section, we will discuss themes and plot points from films we love. These articles are meant Continue Reading →