Dustin Turley

Gran Torino, impossible to ignore.

   I haven’t always agreed with the choices made by the academy, but if they continue to overlook Eastwood, I may lose all respect for them entirely.   Clint Eastwood bears two Oscars to his name.  One for Unforgiven, and another for Million Dollar Baby.  Both for directing.  Brilliant as those films are, Eastwood has forever … Continue reading

Comic-Con 2008 Day 3

   Saturday is always the jam packed day here at Comic-Con.  It is purposely loaded with programs and shows due to the enormous crowds that can make the Saturday schedule.  So in knowing this little tidbit, my brother and I made sure we arrived early enough to get ready for our day at Hall H.  … Continue reading

Comic-Con 2008 Day 2

   The days are beginning to become far more crowded as we move along.  After coming here for eleven years, as I said yesterday, you learn many tricks.  You also learn however, the way the population works.  The closer you get to the weekend, the more crowded it becomes.  Being a Friday, the numbers tend … Continue reading

Comic-Con 2008 Day 1

   The first comic-con morning started off as normally as it does every year.  The dynamic I have discovered in dealing with my brother during mornings where he is required to wake before noon, is simply to ride out the storm.  He is awful argumentative and irritated until about noon, so if you just let … Continue reading

This Week in Gaming

   Gaming is a part of life.  If anyone from our generation tries to deny that, they are living a lie.  We have many new and exciting things on the horizon this summer and early fall.  So as we all gear up for the Dark Knight premier, I will give you info on what you … Continue reading

July 4th: Stay Inside

  “Ready to start filming Mr. Stone.”  This week drums something up in me every year where I need to start feeling like a patriot.  Regardless of what side you sit on in the current situation in the middle east, you cannot argue that we all are in great need of a patriotic shot in … Continue reading