I Am Legend, but should you go see me? Do Zack and Wiki shake the Wiimote in all the right ways? Princess Bride and Ghostbusters are back - as videogames? Plus, we've Scene It, but did we enjoy it?
This week in Movies:Richard Matheson, author of What Dreams May Come and Stir of Echoes, has had his 1954 novella, I Am Legend, adapted into a feature film twice already, with The Last Man on Earth & The Omega Man. Alex, Dan, and Jeff check out the newest I Am Legend film, this time starring Will Smith and a bunch of CGI.
New iconic movie posters have been unveiled for the upcoming Batman and Indiana Jones films. The guys give their takes.
This week in Video Games:
Alex, Dan, and Jeff find a game that works their minds and their muscles: Capcom's brain-busting, Wiimote-waggling puzzler, Zack and Wiki: The Quest for Barbaros' Treasure.
The guys face off in an epic contest of movie trivia and fast fingers when Dan challenges Alex and Jeff to a game of Scene It for the Xbox 360. Can you guess who won?
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