Wrestle Review Wednesday: Wrestling’s Mad Max Fixation

Wrestle Review Wednesday: Wrestling’s Mad Max Fixation

The commercial and critical success of 2015's Mad Max: Fury Road and the planned expansion of the franchise brought renewed interest to the original Mad Max trilogy. Now, if only Max influence were to reach the professional wrestling world, then history would truly be repeating itself. The Australian film series left an indelible imprint on…

Ranking Roger Moore James Bond Films

Ranking Roger Moore James Bond Films

Sir Roger Moore died on Tuesday at 89 years old. Thirty-two years ago, Moore ended his run as James Bond with his seventh film in the series, A View to A Kill. Roger Moore's last Bond appearance might be especially memorable for sports fans; James Bond seemingly invents extreme snowboarding, then surfs on a lake.…

My Personal Trauma Seeing “He Got Game”

My Personal Trauma Seeing “He Got Game”

He Got Game first hit movie theaters this week 19 years ago, and the Spike Lee-directed, Ray Allen-starred film remains a wholly unique offering in the sports genre. Yes, plenty of R-rated sports movie came before and since. The '90s alone produced The Program, Any Given Sunday, Varsity Blues and Above The Rim. He Got…

Veep Co-Stars Mining College Football’s Cinematic Gold

Veep Co-Stars Mining College Football’s Cinematic Gold

Elements of college football border on the comedic, and in the right hands, the sport is fodder for some outstanding film. Veep co-stars Matt Walsh and Timothy Simons apparently see the potential, as The Hollywood Reporter says the duo successfully pitched a college football-themed comedy to Paramount. Details are very scarce at this point, but…

1990s College Football Plays Jimmy Fallon Should Reenact

1990s College Football Plays Jimmy Fallon Should Reenact

Andres du Bouchet, a writer for Conan O'Brien, landed in internet hot water (the hottest of all waters) earlier this spring when he went on a tirade about comedians relying on nostalgia, celebrity cameos and stunts in comedy. The since-deleted but forever-preserved rant was a thinly veiled attack on the comedic styling of Tonight Show…

Friday Q&A: Riley Curry, A Journalist Union, Toxic Avenger

Friday Q&A: Riley Curry, A Journalist Union, Toxic Avenger

Friday Q&A returns from its brief hiatus, with a rather interesting set of questions. It's certainly one of the more diverse Q&As hosted in this site's brief history. If you would like your question answered, or at least addressed, tweet @cfbhuddle or @kensing45, or email publisher@cfbhuddle.com. @kensing45 your thoughts on the Gawker union and how…

Happy Star Wars Trailer Day!

Happy Star Wars Trailer Day!

The first Star Wars trailer is here, and despite my initial hesitation, I am amped. Check it out below: Disclaimer for newer readers: I am a Star Wars geek. References to the original series are plentiful on this site: here's a Kansas State-Oklahoma preview predicated entirely on the premise Bill Snyder is Obi-Wan Kenobi and…

College Football’s Friday The 13th

College Football’s Friday The 13th

Today is Friday the 13th, which presumably means some cable network is airing a marathon of the slasher films of the same name. For those unfamiliar, the Friday the 13th series is a horror franchise, spawned from the popularity of Halloween and bled dry by Paramount Studios because of the movies' small budgets and guaranteed…

Q&A: Ben Affleck’s Batman; Notre Dame’s QB Situation

Q&A: Ben Affleck’s Batman; Notre Dame’s QB Situation

CFBHuddle.com's Friday Q&A can now officially be called a weekly feature, as this is the second uninterrupted installment. So yes, we are rolling right along. If you have a question you would like answered, send a tweet @kensing45 or @CFBHuddle. If you aren't following either or both accounts, remedy that problem as soon as possible.…