Mar 29

LEONARD NIMOY’S SON TO DIRECT SPOCK DOCUMENTARY: from ign.com

Leonard Nimoy‘s son Adam Nimoy has announced he’s making a documentary dedicated to his late father. ‘For The Love of Spock’ will focus on the enduring nature of the Vulcan and Nimoy’s portrayal, according to Variety. The project is being made to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, and will be narrated by Zachery Quinto, who played …

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Mar 29

My (First) Experiences at All-Con by Chloe James

I’m sure I’m going to have to turn in my Nerd-Card for admitting to this, but All-Con is only the second convention I’ve been to my entire life, and the first of what is considered a “smaller” convention.  (Working weekends my entire adult life has deprived me of many experiences.) In a way, I viewed …

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Mar 29

The Highs and Lows of All-Con 2015 by Alex Moore

So it was that time of the year again in Addison. Nerds of all shapes and forms flock once more to the annual All-Con event and the entertainment and festivities would continue to dazzle the eye and illuminate the mind, so to speak. Although the event was held for several days, like last year, I …

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Mar 24

It’s Official: The X-Files is Coming Back to FOX: from comingsoon.net

Thirteen years after the original series run, FOX has ordered the next mind-bending chapter of “The X-Files,” a thrilling, six-episode event series which will be helmed by creator/executive producer Chris Carter with stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson re-inhabiting their roles as iconic FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. This marks the momentous return of the …

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Mar 24

MARVEL REPORTEDLY LOOKING AT TEENAGERS FOR SPIDER-MAN CASTING: from ign.com

Marvel may be looking to cast a very young Spider-Man, having reportedly auditioned 16-year-old Mateus Ward for the role. Badass Digest reports that, according to an anonymous source, Ward is among those vying for the role, along with several other 16- and 17-year-olds. The auditions are said to have taken place in a house to keep them …

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Mar 24

JACK HUSTON REPORTEDLY CAST AS THE CROW: from ign.com

Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire) will star in director Corin Hardy’s reboot of The Crow. Previous reports indicated Huston was being eyed for the lead role, and now his casting has been confirmed. According to Variety, Huston is officially on board as The Crow protagonist Eric Draven. The Crow is based on James O’Barr’s graphic novel of the same name. …

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Mar 19

BATMAN ETERNAL #50 REVEALS THE SERIES’ MYSTERY VILLAIN: from ign.com

With DC’s Batman Eternal comic wrapping up at the end of this month, the time has finally come to reveal the mystery villain that has been pulling the strings of the Bat family and many of Gotham’s most iconic villains for the past year. Today, Batman Eternal #50 revealed the identity of the master villain …

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Mar 13

Finding “The Salvation” in the Old West By Alex Moore

Since the time of John Wayne and films like “Stagecoach,” moviegoers have never truly lost their fascination with the days of the Old West. Just to be clear, this is the time period succeeding the Civil War and preceding the age of the World Wars. Some of these movies have really stood the test of …

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Mar 11

Interview with Author Sherry Thomas by Bekah Stepanian

Elemental magic was elder magic, a direct, primordial connection between the mage and the universe, needing no words or procedures as intermediaries. An elemental mage is able to control one of the elements: fire, water, earth, or air. A great elemental mage is able to control all four. But a great elemental mage has not …

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Mar 11

RUMOR MILL: STAR TREK’S CHRIS PINE RUMORED FOR GREEN LANTERN ROLE: from ign.com

Rumor has it that the DC cinematic universe’s nextGreen Lantern may be played by an actor already known for portraying a different cosmic hero. “The name I keep hearing & floating around, is Chris Pine for Hal Jordan. Yes, Captain Kirk,” according to Latino-Review‘s El Mayimbe. “Again, this is still just a RUMOR hence UNCONFIRMED.” Let’s say for the sake …

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Mar 09

AMC’s ‘Walking Dead’ Prequel Lands 2-Season Order: from yahoo.com

It’s official: AMC is moving forward with its Walking Dead companion series in a major way. The top-secret drama, which went through the pilot process with the title of Cobalt, will join the flagship series on the network as the cabler continues to focus on scripted fare. In addition to ordering the pilot to series, AMC has preemptively renewed the drama for …

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Mar 08

What we thought of Evolve for the PS4 by Eric Bykowski

“Evolve” is a Co-op First Person Shooter and Third person Monster game where I am not quite sure what is ever happening.  What this game lacks in story/plot, it also lacks in depth and fun-factor. Each character equipts unique weapons and styles of combat but honestly, I don’t want to be in charge of healing people with green …

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Feb 28

STAR TREK GREAT LEONARD NIMOY DIES AT AGE 83: from ign.com

Actor Leonard Nimoy – known to generations as Star Trek‘s Mr. Spock – died Friday. He was 83. Nimoy’s wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, said the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to the New York Times. The Boston-born actor played the logical Vulcan science and first officer of the USS Enterprise on the original 1960s TV series …

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Feb 23

Gone Too Far Book Review by Bekah Stepanian

Natalie D. Richards is one of the best authors I’ve ever read from!  Her first novel, Six Months Later, is a phenomenal Young Adult thriller.  Excellently written and terrifyingly creepy, Six Months Later is sure to mess with your head.  After reading a handful of other thrillers over the year, Six Months Later still holds …

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Feb 22

Apotheon Review by Tyler Smith

I recently played, “Apotheon,” and these are my thoughts. “Apotheon” is a game set during the days of Greek mythology. You play as Nikandreos, a citizen of the town, Dion, which gets destroyed by the Greek god, Zeus’s, orders. You soon find out from his wife, the goddess Hera, that Zeus has turned his back …

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Feb 19

RUMOR MILL: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Spoiler? A Big Secret Reportedly Leaks Online: from dailybeast.com

A source from the set of J.J. Abrams’s highly anticipated Star Wars sequel has allegedly revealed a huge plot spoiler from the upcoming mega-blockbuster. [Warning: Spoilers] If this is true, J.J. Abrams is about to go straight-up Boba Fett on someone’s ass.As you already know, the Super 8 and Star Trek filmmaker keeps his sets very tight-lipped and the material a big surprise. …

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Feb 19

WHAT YOU SHOULD BE STREAMING: Top Ten Animated Films That Deserve a Second Chance by Chloe James

Most of us have a few, perhaps several, (or hundreds if you are an animation fanatic like me) animated films we fondly remember from our childhoods. These films shaped our imaginations, morality, and future tastes in other media. Unfortunately, many animated films have gone under-appreciated, never having the chance to inspire like they were meant to. …

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Feb 17

RUMOR MILL: Suicide Squad Sets Its Sights on Joel Kinnaman- from comingsoon.net

Word first broke last month that, due to scheduling conflicts, Tom Hardy would no longer be playing Rick Flagg in Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming Suicide Squad movie. Jake Gyllenhaal was said to have been offered the part shortly thereafter, but the Nightcrawler actor subsequently passed on the role. Now, TheWrap reports that the studio may have found their man in RoboCopstar Joel Kinnaman. According to …

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Feb 17

WHAT YOU SHOULD BE STREAMING: Celebrate The Breakfast Club’s 30th Anniversary with 30 Life Lessons: from people.com

The Breakfast Club opened in theaters on Feb. 15, 1985. It has since become a classic, celebrated not only for capturing the decade from which it originated but also for nailing the hapless, yet hopeful angst of teenage life in any decade. Even thirty years later, there’s a lot to learn from this story of five …

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Feb 13

Dying Light Review by Tyler Smith

What is it like playing  Dying Light…You are Kyle Crane, member of the GRE who is sent to the zombie-infested city of Harran to obtain an important file from the ruthless antagonist, Rais, that may contain information essential to curing the zombie virus. As you arrive in Harran, you discover a large group of infected …

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