March 1, 2013 Leave a Comment
A last dance can be very emotional, yet very funny. A last dance can be very meaningful, yet so silly. Here are some of the most emotional, funny, stupid and down right dirty last dances of all time.
February 28, 2013 Leave a Comment
Everyone knows that Daryl Dixon is a fan favorite on the show, but who truly is the groups most important member? Who has protected the group the most while remaining loyal? Who brings the most essential skills and abilities to the table?
Here is a creative infographic that breaks it down for you statistically.
February 26, 2013 1 Comment
I’m sure we have all seen the movie Aladdin at some point in our exciting lives. Remember in the beginning of the movie, when that crazy little merchant roams around the desert on a camel before getting to Agrabah. Once he gets there, he tells us (the audience) the story of the magic lamp while also trying to sell us some of his items. Read more of this post
February 24, 2013 Leave a Comment
These movie scenes really hit me hard as a kid. Why the hell did this shit have to happen in movies? Is it just me or does everyone else imagine these sad scenes happening in their own lives with people who they are closest with?
February 12, 2013 Leave a Comment
Do you think you know everything about AMC’s the Walking Dead? Are you Rick Grimes’ biggest fan?
Prove yourself. If you know all of these fun facts about the Walking Dead, chances are you are up there with the shows biggest fans.
Check out these interesting facts that most of you probably didn’t know about the show.
November 15, 2012 Leave a Comment
For all of the people who’s hearts where completely broken by even thinking about Kevin Clash (the voice of Elmo) having sex with an underage boy, can all breathe a sigh of relief, because he has been officially cleared of all charges. Read more of this post
October 24, 2012 2 Comments
For us horror fans, it is scary to hear about remakes of original/classic horror movies. A Nightmare on Elm Street was one of my favorite horror movies, but the remake was brutal. It starts with the director. No one can direct a Freddy Krueger movie like Wes Craven, and when I found out that Samuel Bayer was directing the remake I just had a terrible feeling – and I was right. Same goes for the movies Halloween and Friday the 13th (although this movie wasn’t terrible). No one can do it like the original directors, not even Rob Zombie.
October 24, 2012 Leave a Comment
AMC’s The Walking Dead has slowly moved up my list of favorite TV shows. I say slowly because,well,the show got a little slow at one point. Season 2 had its moments, but for the most part was very dragged-on and mushy for a zombie based TV show (until the final 2 episodes).
Since the start of season one, Rick has shown some glimpses of being badass, but his good conscience has stopped him from making those decisions that we really wanted him to make. Now after the death of Shane, the show made a huge turn around giving Rick a chance to show how much of a badass leader he can be. Season 3 has yet to disappoint, and it is by far the most exciting and suspenseful season after only 2 episodes with much anticipation regarding the return of Daryl’s brother Merle.
September 13, 2012 Leave a Comment
Although these home theater owners are the biggest dorks in the world, I’ll admit that I am extremely jealous of them. Being a movie fanatic, I am eventually going to need one of these in my house – which I will also need before the theater.
August 28, 2012 2 Comments
We should all send our thanks to the many celebrated screenwriters who have provided generations of movie-goers with such memorable movie quotes and lines of dialogue, from film speeches, one-liners, punch lines, statements, and insults. Their words are remembered through popular use and critical acclaim.
Some lines become more popular than they were intended to be. They have captured our attention by the way the line was delivered, by the tone in the actor’s voice, the electricity on the screen, or many have become catch phrases. Here are some of the most classic movie one-liners.
July 28, 2012 Leave a Comment
Although it seems that The Man of Steel does not and will not receive as much hype and anticipation as the Dark Knight trilogy did, it will still make a lot of noise and possibly break some box office records.
The Budget of Man of Steel is estimated at around $175,000,000, compared to the $220,000,000 budget of The Avengers and a $250,000,000 budget of The Dark Knight Rises. A $175,000,000 budget would be one of the lowest of the recent superhero movies, so hopefully this does not affect the outcome of the movie.
Most superhero fans know the storyline, but if you’re not familiar with it, it’s about a child sent to Earth from a dying planet and is adopted by a couple in rural Kansas. Posing as a journalist, he uses his extraordinary powers to protect his new home from a crazed villain, General Zod.
July 20, 2012 1 Comment
So our team at ZazenLife.com decided to see the Midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises with no regards to work in the morning. Before commenting on the movie, I would like to add that I made my first visit to the Atlas movie theater in Glendale,NY, and it is easily one of my favorite theaters with quite possibly the most comfortable seats in any NYC movie theater. But who gives a shit, right? This is about Batman.
July 19, 2012 Leave a Comment
Although The Dark Knight Rises doesn’t need much more marketing, there has been findings of some incredible 3D street art for the movie. The Dark Knight Rises is perhaps the most hyped blockbuster of the summer and will compete with Marvel’s The Avengers for the claim to the biggest opening weekend at the box office (which surpassed The Dark Knight at third and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2), as well as the highest grossing superhero movie of all time which The Avengers stole from The Dark Knight in May.
Check out these amazing pieces of art: