It’s hard to decide who’s the worse villain: John Travolta or Nicolas Cage. And that’s exactly why Face/Off is the perfect mid-90s action thriller. Who do you root for? Unclear because the main characters switched faces, and it’s hard to tell who the good guy is. The effect is intoxicating.
Three weeks ago, the future arrived. A week later, the future arrived again. Two hotly anticipated virtual reality headsets came out in the space of seven days. That’s a lot of future!
On Wednesday’s episode of Face Off a group of special effect artists attempt to do something World of Warcraft cosplayers have been nailing for over a decade.
SyFy show Face Off—no relation to the film with one of Nick Cage's most hilarious outbursts—is a reality show where makeup artists compete on projects with one another. Like Top Chef but with movie characters.
Online head-to-head comparisons of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Atari's Ghostbusters: The Video Game indicate that one of those high-def consoles is offering a less "feel good" experience.