Jun 26

The Overnight Review By Alex Moore

 We can all point to one or more specific moments when our life seemed to change overnight. It’s a cliché, but a cliché for a reason. These moments matter! They matter a great deal. Some would say that it isn’t about how far we go in life, but how we get there that really matters. …

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Jun 23

TOM HOLLAND CAST AS THE NEW SPIDER-MAN: from ign.com

Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have announced that Tom Holland has been cast as the new Peter Parker/Spider-Man. He will play the webslinger in the next Sony Spider-Man film and is also expected to appear in Captain America: Civil War for Marvel. Additionally, the studios have revealed that the Spider-Man film will be directed by Jon Watts, …

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Jun 19

Is “Dope” dope? By Alex Moore

Welcome to Inglewood, California! The time is now, but the surroundings, from the music to the clothing styles and, even, choice of video games, is highly nostalgic. Lest we forget that no generation has a monopoly on nostalgia, please understand that as time moves along, so does the brand of nostalgia. While there are those …

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Jun 19

Game of Thrones: Season Five Wrap-Up by Chloe James

*****YE BE WARNED! MANY SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!***** How can I objectively review a season of Game of Thrones?  I’ve been passionately in love with the series since season one.  I dropped everything else on my reading list to finish all of A Song of Ice and Firenovels over the course of one summer. I frequent A Wiki of …

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Jun 07

Lauren Saft’s Those Girls Review by Bekah Stepanian

What is there to say about Those Girls? Well…. how about we start with the fact that Those Girls is marketed as a book that everyone will relate to since everybody knows girls like the ones in Those Girls, but in all reality nobody in the world knows.  I mean, I understand people have this …

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Jun 07

Poltergeist: A Disappointing Remake by Shelly Vaughan

Horror fans in the Dallas community have been anxiously awaiting the release of the remake of “Poltergeist”. The original movie debuted in 1982 and set a standard for horror films based on hauntings and supernatural phenomena. The new “Poltergeist” movie came out on the big screen on May 22nd and has already received mixed reviews. This …

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May 26

Castle Season 7 Review by Allison Costa

Bam!  The season finale of Castle revealed to the audience the reason Castle went into writing mysteries in the first place–His own real life encounter with a serial killer.  Once again his story and theory sound ridiculously complicated and elusive (part of what we love about him), but as always Beckett stands behind his crazy …

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May 20

What you should be Streaming: The Quiet Ones by Shelly Vaughan

For those of you who missed “The Quiet Ones” last year, Netflix has recently released the horror flick for immediate stream to your television or mobile device. This horror film seemed like the typical possession movie with the occasional jump scare. The movie tells the story about a college professor who leads an experiment on …

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May 17

Meghan Shepherd’s THE CAGE Review by Bekah Stepanian

I’ve never read Megan Shepherds first series, however book one is sitting in my TBR shelf, but I received an ARC of The Cage at TLA and decided to give it a crack. Going into it I wasn’t expecting anything since I don’t have prior knowledge of Megan Shepherds writing style, but her series is …

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May 13

FIRST LOOK AT SUPERGIRL on CBS

It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s not a man. It’s Supergirl. In the new drama from the world of DC Comics, Superman’s cousin, Kara Zor-El, embraces her superhuman abilities and becomes the hero she was always meant to be. This Fall on CBS. Straight from CBS’s Upfront event, here are the first …

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May 12

The End of Forever – The Season Finale by Allison Costa

This last week marked the Season Finale of “Forever”.  A lot of the big shows season finales are this coming week, but last week “Forever” signed off until next season.  I am so bummed that this show has been cancelled and will not be back for a second season!  One season is just not enough …

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May 06

That Nerd Show’s May the 4th be with You Special

      That Nerd Show’s May the 4th Special with scene from Jedis From Dallas.  The full special…talking about why we love Star Wars so much and what we think is going to happen in Episode 7 – The Force Awakens A Working Theory on the Plot of Star Wars: Episode VII By  Brendan Smith …

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May 03

3 BIG WAYS THE DC UNIVERSE IS CHANGING THIS SUMMER: from ign.com

We now have a better idea of how the DC Universe will be changing this summer as the publisher transitions from their Convergence crossover to their upcoming June relaunch. DC’s Free Comic Book Day special, Divergence #1, was released today and has revealed the big status quo changes that are happening in the pages of …

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May 03

Avengers 2: Age of Ultron Review by Daniel Granat , Marcus Blake, and Brendan Smith

Finally, the sequel that everyone has been dying to see is out and ready for audience members to nerd-out all over the place. A: AOU was awesome…not excellent, nor was it the best Marvel movie yet- it was fun. As a superhero fanatic I went in with only good vibes and even greater expectations, yet …

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May 02

Dallas Film Festival 2015: Slow West By Alex Moore

Undoubtedly, a Texas-style film festival is going to have plenty to offer in the realm of the Western. Although this is really more of a cliché, adhering to the past, that doesn’t mean we cannot still enjoy a good film, in ANY genre. Westward expansion seemed to happen in this country overnight, but travel was …

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May 02

Dallas Film Festival 2015 Review: This isn’t Funny by Alex Moore

In the interest of bringing a wide array of genres to the 2015 Dallas International Film Fest(DIFF), allow me to present to you an offering in the ever-popular Romantic-Comedy genre: “This Isn’t Funny.” Ironic? Perhaps, but, then, why else would a filmmaker decide to give his or her movie this title? Director/Writer/(star)Actor Paul Ashton(“Dream Girl”) …

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May 02

Our 2015 Dallas Film Festival Final Round Up – Lot’s of Great Interviews

The Dallas Film Society Announces the Complete Lineup of the 2015 Dallas International Film Festival Presented by AutoNation Blythe Danner to receive Dallas Star Award; Phil Lord and Christopher Miller to receive Texas Avery Animation Award The Dallas Film Society announces the complete lineup of films chosen to screen at the 9th annual Dallas International Film …

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Apr 26

Omni Girl Booster Campaign – Help Make a new Comic Book by David Herring

Get in on the ground floor of what’s sure to be the next exciting superheroic sensation! Omni Girl is a serious superhero story cleverly hidden within the pages of a comedy and puts some new edgy twists on classic comic book idioms while boldly forging ahead and challenging stereotypes and provoking thought. The story begins with an average …

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Apr 21

Ex Machina Review by Chloe James

Artificial Intelligence is one of those film topics that I love the idea of, but more often than not, hate the execution.  I’ll admit, I’m probably just very picky, but I’ve enjoyed very few films that have come out about A.I. since I first saw my favorite, Blade Runner. (And even then, it has to be the …

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