• Action/Adventure
    HERCULES: A GREAT HERCULES FILM REMAINS A MYTH

    Mixtapes. Mariah Carey’s ethnicity. Turducken. There are certain combinations that work so well together that we couldn’t imagine them continuing to exist any other way. Hercules stormed its way into 2014’s summer movie season with a 100 million dollar budget, an all-star cast and an original take on an old and familiar story that the […]

  • Books
    Marine Cadet (The Human Legion Book 1) by Tim C. Taylor

    I think I spoke about Kindle Unlimited in a previous post so I won’t go into all of my negatives on it here as you can read about them in that post.  One good thing I will state about it though is that it does help to introduce you to new authors that you might […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Top 15 Batman T.A.S. Episodes of all time

    In honor of the newly announced batch of Batman: The Animated Series figures that DC is putting out I figured it would be nice for me to revisit the series. It’s no secret that this incarnation of Batman remains many fans definitive version of the character. It was such a timely and special series that […]

  • Books
    Fan fiction: Doom – Portal to Chaos, Chapter 6

    Chapter VI – Alien Visitors Loud roars filled the teleport area. The aliens stomped down the ramp, causing it to clatter as it shook. At the control station the automated scanners were already cataloging information about the recent arrivals. “What happened to the fail-safe systems?” demands Banks. “The encryption locks are still in place, i […]

  • Agents of Shield
    AGENTS OF SHIELD – RAGTAG (S1E21)

    OK, I know that in the beginning I wasn’t a huge fan – I mean lets be honest, it didn’t really seem to be going anywhere did it? – and there were parts in the middle where it seemed to lag also and was full of filler and fluff, but after the big Hydra reveal, […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Attack on Titan Live Action Film!

    While I think I mentioned in my previous post on the top 5 Anime on Netflix that they were evaluating a live action version of Attack on Titan, I didn’t expect to see the advertisement for it already!  Now this could be a complete mishmash of different video’s and some very clever CGI and photoshop, […]

  • Interweb
    Spock is no more …

    Sad news … One of the icons of my generation is unfortunately no more. There will be lots on the news about this I’m sure over the coming days and weeks so I’m not going to go over the whole value of his life and his whole history of film/television here. Suffice it to say […]

  • Interweb
    Kindle Unlimited – come on Amazon – be fair!

    As a recent member of Kindle Unlimited – by the way and completely unrelated do you feel that Canadian’s and for that matter anyone not from the US gets gypped by Amazon?  I mean Amazon Prime is actually quite cool … in the States.  There you get Video (similar to Netflix but probably not as good) and […]

  • Doctor Who
    Dr. Who – Last Christmas (S8 Christmas Special)

    It’s a long story … well no, not really, its actually not that long at all so stick with me.  Santa Claus is real – well you already knew that right? … well, maybe he’s real and maybe not.  OK, I know – pretty wishy/washy, but what do you expect … it is Doctor Who […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Pulp Comic Characters: Remembering The Forgotten Icons

    It’s 2015 and names like Batman and Spider-man are as well known as Homer Simpson or Santa Claus. The names that are becoming harder and harder to remember are those of the pulpy characters that helped shaped these modern day superheroes.  i’m not that old, but it seems that unless you’re over the age of […]

  • Doctor Who
    DR. WHO – BIG BANG (S5E13)

    Not with a bang but a whimper … While I know that it would have been very difficult for Moffat to exceed the thrills and spills of last week’s episode, this week’s just did not provide the same level of satisfaction. We ended with The Doctor trapped in the Pandorica, River Song and the Tardis getting […]

  • Console
    Destiny – more than a game

    I’m late to the whole console gaming thing … I know.  I’ve always been a PC Gamer and very much dismissed the console especially in its earlier incarnations and with the games that they had then.  I’d always been more of a strategy gamer with titles like Civilization, Master of Orion etc… and actually wasn’t […]

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