The Picture Show podcast returns to Cinematical.com to take an in depth look at the state of video game movies. With a next generation of systems on the horizon, Halo, Dead or Alive, Far Cry, Bloodrayne and Doom in various states of development, we're in the middle of the second video game movie boom. Did the movie industry learn from their mistakes? Why do most video game movies suck? And what does the future of game movies look like? We tackle all these questions and more, including the upcoming Family Guy movie and a Box Office report run down in this week's Picture Show.

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Chapter List
2:30 - Box Office Breakdown
4:45 - Familt Guy: The Movie
9:00 - The State of Video Game Movies
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The Halo artwork pictured above was created by Tina Leyk.
CATEGORIES Cinematical