Aug 25

Digging for Fire Review By Alex Moore

When families take on a vacant home as a short vacation, away from their typical lives, it is with little expectation, outside of just enjoying your time in someone else’s space. Maybe they have a swimming pool, or a full bar or even a large estate for which you can roam about, just for the …

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Aug 25

TERRORS ON TV: FEAR THE WALKING DEAD PILOT REVIEW by Tim Helfrich

Plot: A highly dysfunctional blended family is forced together when they realize that a reported virus is actually the onset of the undead apocalypse. With the highly anticipated 6th season of The Walking Dead slowly creeping up behind us, Fear the Walking Dead places us on the front lines of the carnage as the world we live in slowly diminishes …

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Aug 25

Why Destiny is still one of the Best First Person Shooters: A Review by Shelia Moore

Last year, Bungie rocked the gaming community with its release of the heavily anticipated Destiny, an FPS game filled with jaw-dropping backgrounds, exciting gun fights, and promises of whole worlds to explore.  Filled to the brim with hidden lore, enemies determined to tear your recently resurrected guardian to pieces, and hundreds of different guns to …

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Aug 23

SCREAM QUEENS (2015) Pilot Review by Tim Helfrich

I was recently lucky enough to attend a screening of FOX’s new horror comedy series,Scream Queens, from the mind of Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story). Although after seeing the episode, my feelings were somewhat teetering on the edge of madness and despair, I began to feel that sudden urge to watch more of it. These days, I …

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Aug 18

Countdown to Doctor Who Season 9 – The Top 10 Doctor Who Episodes by A.E. Fraser

It is nearly that time again, kiddos. Doctor Who Series 9 is upon us, with new episodes starting September 19th. Within the Fraser household, prep-mode is in full swing. Biscuits, tea, coffee, and boxed snacks are being stocked while the cable is renewed and verified twice. After all that hustling about, there is only one way …

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Aug 13

SESAME STREET MOVING TO HBO: from ign.com

Sesame Workshop and HBO announced a new partnership today that will bring Sesame Street to HBO, HBO Go, HBO on Demand and HBO NOW. The deal runs through the next five seasons of Sesame Street. The press release notes that this will allow Sesame Street to produce “almost twice as much new content as previous seasons.” PBS …

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Aug 13

When in “Fort Tilden…” By Alex Moore

There is a good buddy film in each and every one of us, or at least some would say. Over the years of American cinema, they have come in all shapes and sizes, varying from the downright stupid and funny to the most mellow-dramatic and “tear-jerking.” Whether you have one that is a mainstay for …

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Aug 09

How We Rate the Marvel Comic Book Movies: From Best to Worst by Marcus Blake & Daniel Granat

This list was by Marcus Blake and Daniel Granat, a side by side comparison of the Marvel Comic Movies.  From That Nerd show, here is our list of Marvel Movies from Best to Worst.  take a look at our comparison!. Daniel Granite Before I begin this article, I would like to start by saying that …

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Aug 06

X-Men TV Series Confirmed In The Works At Fox: from comicbook.com

Development on FOX’s X-Men television series has evolved to the next level.  As Fox Network co-chairman Dana Walden revealed during today’s Television Critics Association Press Tour, the network is actively pursuing a TV series based on Marvel’s team of mutant superheroes. “We’re in negotiations with Marvel,” Walden revealed to the press. “We’re hopeful that we’ll …

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Aug 06

Fantastic Four Review by Chase Lee (Special Contributor to That Nerd Show)

Plot: Four young outsiders teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. The four must learn to harness their new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend, turned enemy. Back in the day, as I was watching Fantastic Four (2005), I was introduced to …

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Aug 04

Deadpool’s Red Band Trailer is here!

Deadpool’s Red Band Trailer is finally Here… CLICK HERE TO WATCH IT! Nerds Get Ready…this movie is going to be epic!

Jul 26

Paper Towns: Movie Review by Bekah Stepanian

What can I say? 20th Fox Century has done it again.  They have taken another one of John Green’s Young Adult contemporary books (this time being Paper Towns) and turned it into a phenomenal, true to the story, movie.  Starring none other than our beloved Nat Wolff who returned to play the lead role of …

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Jul 26

The Heart of Betrayal by Bekah Stepanian

I’m so excited to now be reviewing,”The Heart of Betrayal.” The first book is honestly one of my favorite books so I had very high expectations for the second. If you haven’t read the first one its a top recommendation and needs to be placed on your To Be Read shelf immediately. If you have …

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Jul 24

Is THIS “Southpaw” For Real? by Alex Moore

Moviegoers from The States, in particular, are drawn to films, which take place in the realm of sports. While American Football and baseball enjoy the greatest of popularity, the sport of boxing, perhaps more than any other sport, enjoys a very rich tradition and history. This is not only true for the sport in real …

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Jul 23

THIS WEEK IN MOVIES – What You Should Check Out 7/24/2015I

  PAPER TOWNS  If you are looking for a good Indie Flick then check out Paper Towns with Nat Wolf. Base don the book by John Green (The Fault in Our Stars), its a great teenage adventure about finding yourself or your one miracle as stated by the Main Protagonist.  If you like the works …

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Jul 22

Tom Cruise Doppelgänger Contest – Dallas Texas

It’s a Tom Cruise Doppelgänger Contest in DALLAS, TEXAS!   Calling all Tom Cruise lookalikes! SMG is gearing up for their new location in The Colony. To celebrate the opening, SMG is hosting a Tom Cruise doppelgänger contest. One lucky lookalike will win free movies at SMG for an entire year, good for admission for …

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Jul 13

5 Shows You Should Be Watching this Summer by Allison Costa

Summer is well underway and a lot of my favorite TV shows were cancelled and did not make an appearance this summer, but there have been plenty of new shows to take their place.  With all of the hype over what is good and your limited time, what shows are worth it?  What should YOU …

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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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