Out-of-Context Posters #30: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

Rogue One's Out-of-Context Poster shows off a perfect example of an advertising money shot if I ever saw one! The Star Wars prequel fans didn’t really...
Alien

Out-of-Context Posters #29: Alien (1979)

The original Alien Out-of-Context Movie Poster is far more terrifying than I could have ever imagined! In space, no one can hear you...
Indiana Jones

Out-of-Context Posters #28: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

If I, like Indiana Jones, was ever trapped in a place nicknamed the "Temple of Doom," I think this would be the exact expression...

Out-of-Context Posters #27: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)

As far as I'm concerned, the Terminator series ended with James Cameron; however, if there was one follow-up that was somewhat decent it was Terminator 3...
Extra-Terrestrial

Out-of-Context Posters #26: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

His adventure on earth indeed. Our E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Out-of-Context Poster celebrates the connections between Steven Spielberg films and George...

Out-of-Context Posters #25: The Oscars (2017)

What a strange finish to an already bizarre night at the Oscars! First we had "alternative facts" - now we have "alternative winners"...
Store Stories

Store Stories 3

Store Stories returns! What would happen if one of the letters on a store front burnt out or went missing? Even worse, what if due to that missing letter, the sign spelled something completely different?
Cat in the Hat

Out-of-Context Posters #24: The Cat in the Hat (2003)

2003's The Cat In The Hat - a disgrace to everything Dr. Seuss! Today's Out-of-Context Poster accurately sums it all up!
Old Yeller

Out-of-Context Posters #23: Old Yeller (1957)

Ah, Old Yeller - the cinematic bane and jewel of dog lovers the world over. This week's Out-of-Context Poster takes a far more literal approach to...
Splash

Out-of-Context Posters #22: Splash (1984)

Splash, an 80's movie about a little mermaid falling in love with a human - how was this not released under the Disney label? We may have that answer...

Other Default Stories

Fifth Element

The Fifth Element (1997)

THE FIFTH ELEMENT shouldn't work. On paper, it sounds like it would either be a kick-ass cosmic adventure or an absolute calamity. The unspoken truth...
Summer Movievideo

Default Assault’s Summer Movie Preview 2017 – Part 3

Join us as Demos and Kyle dive into the upcoming July releases of 2017 in Part 3 of our 3 part Summer Movie series. From SPIDER-MAN to THE DARK TOWER...
Some Updates

Some Updates…by Default!

Some updates and announcements plus why I'm not reviewing Sir Anthony Hopkins' latest motion picture, Transformers: The Last Knight. Can you guess why?

Cars 3 (2017)

With the announcement of CARS 3, two questions came to mind. 1.) Is it really necessary? Nope. 2.) Is it at least better than the second one? Surprisingly.
Godfather Part IIvideo

The Godfather vs. Godfather Part II – Default Assault

Last month, we asked if THE GODFATHER was required viewing. Now it's time for the great debate: which is the better film, GODFATHER or GODFATHER PART II?
Film Themesvideo

Default Assault Extras: Where Are the Awesome Film Themes?

In today's Default Assault Extra, we ponder why it seems rare now to get kick-ass film themes like INDIANA JONES, BACK TO THE FUTURE, and STAR WARS...
Mummy

The Mummy (2017)

THE MUMMY - Universal's inaugural entry in their proposed Dark Universe series, is an action/horror hybrid that commits the worst sin against both genres...
Wonder Womanvideo

Default Assault: Wonder Woman by Default

Today on Default Assault, Demos and Kyle share their thoughts on WONDER WOMAN. Does it live up to its massive hype as one of the greatest comic book movies?
Make Mine Music

Default Disney: Make Mine Music (1946)

A dancing wind instrument, a child wolf hunter, and an operatic cetacean mammal show us how to MAKE MINE MUSIC in today's Default Disney review!
Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman (2017)

WONDER WOMAN is not only the best entry DC Universe, but it is also represents the best overall DC film in the near-decade long gap since THE DARK KNIGHT...