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But Can We Still Like the Huxtables?

Jennifer Terry
in Entertainment

I’m pretty sure Bill Cosby is guilty, a friend says to me, but can we still like the Huxtables? In a word - no. The Cosby Show was the only show about African-Americans on television for a while when ...

Halo 6's Story Needs to be Good

Ryan A. Hagan
in Entertainment

*CONTAINS SPOILERS* It's been almost two years since Halo 5: Guardians was released to a mostly positive reception from fans and critics alike and to this day, it is still a game with an incredibly ac...

Who Should Play Carnage In the Venom Movie?

J.R. Gonzalez
in Entertainment

We got our bad guy for "Venom". It was recently announced that the main antagonist for the Venom movie will be the symbiote, Carnage. Venom, who is being played by actor Tom Hardy, is considered to be...

The History of Warren Publishing

Edward German
in Entertainment

Warren Publishing ran from 1957 to 1983, it was founded by James Warren in Philadelphia PA. He later moved his company to New York in 1965. Warren specialized in Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction m...

Godzilla Review

FilmSnob Reviews.com
in Entertainment

Title: Godzilla MPAA Rating: PG-13 Director: Gareth Edwards Starring: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Ken Watanabe Runtime: 2 hrs 3 mins

Comic Book Review: Super Sons 1

Jay Sandlin
in Entertainment

"You don't have to wear an "S" or a bat on your chest to be a hero, son. Just be one when it counts." -Clark Kent, to his son Jonathan Kent aka Superboy. Super Sons #1 was released in February of this year as a part of the DC Rebirth event. I enjoyed reading this comic immensely. Not because it was packed with action, adventure, or scantily clad women. I enjoyed reading it because I'm a dad. It doesn't feel like long ago that I was the one begging my parents to buy me a comic. My parental figure...

10 Movie Stars Moving to Netflix

Sean Patrick
in Entertainment

As the landscape of pop culture consumption continues to evolve, Netflix is fighting to stay on the front lines of the battle for eyeballs. While theater owners push back against the encroachment of online streaming outlets looking to run first-run features, Netflix is going the way of HBO, developing original content with big stars. With that in mind, here are 10 major stars making the move to Netflix in 2017.

Why It Doesn't Matter How Carrie Fisher Died

Christina St-Jean
in Entertainment

Like every Star Wars fan I know, I was devastated when I learned that Carrie Fisher, the woman behind one of the most iconic science fiction heroines ever, died Dec. 27 at the age of 60. I was a fan o...

Spotlight on: Silk - The Life and Times of Cindy Moon

Mikayla J. Laird
in Entertainment

To my utter dismay, it was announced last month that Marvel has canceled the Silk ongoing series. While the series is admittedly, not as popular as the likes of Spider-Gwen, Deadpool, or even Squirrel...

'The Avengers: Infinity Wars' Superheroes Getting Their Own Movies

Corey Gittleman
in Entertainment

As the superhero team of Avengers is growing at a fast pace since the year 2008 with the introduction to Iron Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe also becomes larger. The Avengers: Civil War is set to ...

Cosplay NYC and NJ Interviewing Harold B. Gibson

Roc Rockerson
in Culture

Harold B. Gibson Creator/Owner/Producer/Host at HB Gibson's The XONE, co-creator and co-host at H & R Movie Talk actor who studied drama at New Jersey School of the Dramatic Arts, Lives in Newark, New...