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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Feb 10

SONY AND MARVEL PARTNER TO BRING SPIDER-MAN INTO THE MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE: from ign.com

Marvel and Sony have announced a partnership that will officially bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The deal calls for “the new Spider-Man” (as the press release describes him) to first appear in an upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film – though which film that will be is not named. Spider-Man will then star in …

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Feb 08

Rogues Book Review by Amy Cochran

Rogues, the men and women whose character’s become beloved (or hated) in stories for their mischievousness, mark the sign of the adventures to come in this book. Rogues is a collaborated work that includes authors such as Gillian Flynn, Joe Abercrombie, Connie Willis, George R. R. Martin, Carrie Vaughn and many more. Each story is …

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Feb 06

J.J. ABRAMS TALKS ABOUT NEW STAR WARS: EPISODE 7 LIGHTSABER – from ign.com

tar Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens directorJ.J. Abrams has waded into the ongoing discussion about the new lightsaber design revealed in the first teaser trailer for the upcoming film. Collider spoke to Abrams at the Visual Effects Society Awards last night, and the director wasn’t afraid to admit the decision regarding the crossguard was a controversial …

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Feb 04

Why Movies are turned into TV shows and TV shows turned into Movies!: LIVE RADIO SHOW

Join Marcus Blake and Brendan Smith with Guest Host Chloe James on That Nerd Show tonight as we discuss why Movies are turned into TV shows and why TV shows are made into movies…Is there any originality left? We will also be talk about the 12 Monkeys TV show on SyFy..  Listen to the show …

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Feb 01

GEORGE LUCAS ISN’T INTERESTED IN SCI-FI ANYMORE: from ign.com

Geroge Lucas has admitted he no longer has any interest in the science fiction genre, before sharing some candid thoughts on the state of Hollywood, “I really have no interest in science fiction at all,” Lucas said during an on-stage conversation with Robert Redford at the Sundance Film Festival. Naturally, the statement elicited a big …

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Feb 01

The Sleepy Hollow Roundup: Episodes 11-13 and a Little Theory Too by Amy Cochran

  So far this season on Sleepy Hollow there have been multiple excitements. After a season and a half of battling evil brought to Sleepy Hollow by Moloch, it ends in a dramatic battle between good and evil. When Moloch makes Henry decide between himself and Katrina, making it clear Henry means nothing to Moloch, …

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Jan 27

Fantastic Four | Official Teaser Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX

Watch the New Office Teaser Trailer for The Fantastic Four

Jan 27

The Ghostbusters Reboot Cast and Release Date Revealed!: from comingsoon.net

It’s official! Meet your new Ghostbusters! Paul Feig, the director of the upcoming reboot, just took to Twitter to reveal his new cast. Headlining the supernatural comedy are Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), Melissa McCarthy (The Heat, Tammy), Leslie Jones (“Saturday Night Live,” Top Five) and Kate McKinnon (“Saturday Night Live,” Life Partners). A remake of director Ivan Reitman’s 1984 comedy …

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Jan 26

David Tennant Enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe as The Purple Man!: from comingsoon.net

Already an acting icon to genre fans for his portrayal as the tenth incarnation of “Doctor Who,” David Tennant has joined the cast of Marvel’ upcoming Netflix series, “A.K.A. Jessica Jones.” Although the official press release refers to his character only as Kilgrave, comic book fans will likely better know the character as the Purple …

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Jan 26

This Week on TV: Superheros Reemerge! by Allison Costa

Yay for the CW if only for the reason that they have given us back our Superheroes in prime time!  Let’s talk about “Flash” first even though I am dying to get to “Arrow”! The “Flash” reemerged this week with the return of Captain Cold and his new sidekick.  Although I don’t see Cold as …

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Jan 22

12 Monkeys Series Pilot Review by Chloe James

I’ve noticed a definite trend in the thought process of television execs for the past few years.  “What was an awesome/thought provoking film that was popular in the 1990s? Great, lets make a new series about that!” Those who know me well may predict a distinct attitude of cynicism regarding this subject.  After all, no …

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Jan 22

Saint’s Row IV Re-Elected/Gat Out of Hell Review by Michael Wyman

What can be said about the next installment of Saint Row, Saint’s Row IV Re-elected and Gat Out of Hell? How was the game company going to push the envelope on the amount of crazy we gamers have come to expect from this franchise? From the start the game I was more interested in this …

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