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Reed Alexanderan hour ago
Reed Alexander's Review of "The Bay"
The Bay, round two, FIGHT! The first time I attempted to watch this festering pile of red hot bloody diarrhea, it didn't pass my 30 minute rule... actually it didn't pass 5 minutes... okay, to be hone...
Jess Ban hour ago
My Top Three Funniest Horror Movies
Horror movies have always had a special place in my heart. One of the first movies I remember being my favourite is Dawn of the Dead (the one that came out in 2004). But sometimes you just wanna avoid...
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Reed Alexander2 hours ago
Not In My Country
Here’s a piece I wrote for a horror fiction contest. I didn’t win, but I was proud of it nonetheless. ---------------------- Sid stood at the opening of the snow frosted dirt road remembering all thos...
'Fifty Shades Darker' Review
Could it be, I found a worse movie than Fifty Shades of Grey? Yes I did, the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker. I know I'm late as they say on this review because this came out in the beginning of 2017, but...
Steve Cotterill4 hours ago
'The Wicked + the Divine:' The Faust Act
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's seminal comics series, The Wicked + the Divine, plunges the reader into a world where every ninety years twelve Gods incarnate on Earth and have two years to do what...
Sean Patricka day ago
Movie Review: Celebrating 30 Years of Dirty Dancing
“It’s nothing, Marjorie, go back to sleep.” As I watched Dirty Dancing for the first time in several years, this seemingly throwaway line from Jerry Orbach to Kelly Bishop, as the parents of Jennifer Grey’s Frances “Baby” Houseman, struck me. Orbach's Jake, a wealthy doctor, has just returned to his bungalow at this Catskills Hotel after having given treatment to Cynthia Rhodes’ Penny who has just undergone what at the time was referred to as a back-alley abortion. This was after she’d been knoc...
Kelly Hawksa day ago
Top 10 Best Weapons to Kill Zombies
Thanks to movies, TV, books, and just plain old common knowledge, we are well aware that zombies eat brains. Ironically, even though brains are a scrumptious delicacy to a zombie, they still need one ...
Paul Levinson9 days ago
Review of Game of Thrones 7.4
Well, this is the episode of Game of Thrones we've been waiting for — or at least, one of the episodes. In 7.4, we finally get to see one of the fearsome fire spewing dragons in battle... against Jaim...
Sean Patrick19 days ago
Movie Review: The Lost Boys Turns 30
The Lost Boys turns 30 years old this weekend, July 28th, 2017, and the movie has not aged well. While it’s not quite the embarrassment that was the Twilight movies, The Lost Boys is bad in its own unique ways. While nostalgia might cloud fans of the Coreys’ first team up (Haim and Feldman for those aren’t fans of Tiger Beat circa 1987) the reality of The Lost Boys is that director Joel Schumacher is an epically bad filmmaker and teamed with a cast of not ready for primetime teenagers, and a min...
Arina Jacora month ago
Mad Max: A Story About Sexists Told by Non-Sexists
I understand why it is so easy to call this movie a feminine masterpiece. Let's just look at few elements of the movie.
Kelly Hawksa month ago
Top 10 Tips to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
Even though we've seen the scenario played out in the movies and on TV, what would you, or rather, should you do in an honest-to-goodness zombie apocalypse situation? First of all, can this actually h...
Rowan Marleya month ago
Best Historical Fiction Shows to Watch Right Now
Historical fiction used to be a 'nerd's nerd' genre — but not anymore. As people increasingly grow interested in what life was like in the past, historical fiction has become a majorly popular genre o...
Best of Netflix
Whether you're binge watching or Netflix and Chilling, hats off to the digital streaming behemoth that never ceases to entertain.
DC Universe
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Marvel Superheroes
Welcome to the Marvel Cinematic and Comic Universe, exploring all things superhero and villain. Excelsior!
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Reed Alexanderan hour ago
Reed Alexander's Review of "The Bay"
The Bay, round two, FIGHT! The first time I attempted to watch this festering pile of red hot bloody diarrhea, it didn't pass my 30 minute rule... actually it didn't pass 5 minutes... okay, to be hone...
'Fifty Shades Darker' Review
Could it be, I found a worse movie than Fifty Shades of Grey? Yes I did, the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker. I know I'm late as they say on this review because this came out in the beginning of 2017, but...
Sean Patricka day ago
Movie Review: Celebrating 30 Years of Dirty Dancing
“It’s nothing, Marjorie, go back to sleep.” As I watched Dirty Dancing for the first time in several years, this seemingly throwaway line from Jerry Orbach to Kelly Bishop, as the parents of Jennifer Grey’s Frances “Baby” Houseman, struck me. Orbach's Jake, a wealthy doctor, has just returned to his bungalow at this Catskills Hotel after having given treatment to Cynthia Rhodes’ Penny who has just undergone what at the time was referred to as a back-alley abortion. This was after she’d been knoc...
Jess Ban hour ago
My Top Three Funniest Horror Movies
Horror movies have always had a special place in my heart. One of the first movies I remember being my favourite is Dawn of the Dead (the one that came out in 2004). But sometimes you just wanna avoid...
Kelly Hawksa day ago
Top 10 Best Weapons to Kill Zombies
Thanks to movies, TV, books, and just plain old common knowledge, we are well aware that zombies eat brains. Ironically, even though brains are a scrumptious delicacy to a zombie, they still need one ...
James Lizowski11 days ago
Western Saloon Fights
Western films will always have a special place in our hearts. They are movies that talk about the wild frontier, of gunslinging heroes and evil bank-robbing villains. They're the kind of films that you feel tough just watching, and as a result, give us an wild ride in the world of yesterday every single time. Of all the movie tropes found in Western movies, Western saloon fights are the most well-known. They're entertaining, and make bar fights look way more action-packed than they probably were...
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Reed Alexanderan hour ago
Reed Alexander's Review of "The Bay"
The Bay, round two, FIGHT! The first time I attempted to watch this festering pile of red hot bloody diarrhea, it didn't pass my 30 minute rule... actually it didn't pass 5 minutes... okay, to be hone...
'Fifty Shades Darker' Review
Could it be, I found a worse movie than Fifty Shades of Grey? Yes I did, the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker. I know I'm late as they say on this review because this came out in the beginning of 2017, but...
Sean Patricka day ago
Movie Review: Celebrating 30 Years of Dirty Dancing
“It’s nothing, Marjorie, go back to sleep.” As I watched Dirty Dancing for the first time in several years, this seemingly throwaway line from Jerry Orbach to Kelly Bishop, as the parents of Jennifer Grey’s Frances “Baby” Houseman, struck me. Orbach's Jake, a wealthy doctor, has just returned to his bungalow at this Catskills Hotel after having given treatment to Cynthia Rhodes’ Penny who has just undergone what at the time was referred to as a back-alley abortion. This was after she’d been knoc...
Wade Stewart4 days ago
Starcraft: The Board Game at 10
StarCraft: The Board Game would have reached its 10th birthday this year if it wasn’t for its untimely death in 2011. In its four-year lifespan, the candle burned twice as bright with a Brood Wars exp...
Disney Gets Ready to Stream the Magic Kingdom
Technology has blown a hole in the traditional entertainment business model. That’s been true for some time — at least since 2007 when Netflix vastly reduced its position in the DVD rental business an...
Maurice Bernier5 days ago
Whatever Happened to My TV?
Times are a changing, folks. What once was no longer is. Go to your closet. Put on that shirt, if it has not been thrown away, from 10 years ago. If it is loose, you’re very lucky. If not, I understan...
Steve Cotterill4 hours ago
'The Wicked + the Divine:' The Faust Act
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's seminal comics series, The Wicked + the Divine, plunges the reader into a world where every ninety years twelve Gods incarnate on Earth and have two years to do what...
Selena Field2 days ago
Review on "Pandora Hearts"
First, before we dig in, let's talk about how I got into this series—and I say series because I watched all 25 episodes and read all 103 chapters of the manga. It was recommended to me by a friend and...
Tom Murray2 days ago
Silver & Black Release Date Announced
Every time Sony makes an announcement regarding anything to do with Spider-Man or the associated characters, I find myself pondering this question. To be perfectly honest, it’s more like a ponderous d...
Ninfa Bi3 days ago
The Best of Every Kardashian
The Kardashian girls are the celebrities of the moment and everything seems to indicate that they will be for a long time. Each one has her own style, therefore each has her own followers, according t...
Adam Wallace4 days ago
Defending Joel Schumacher
Hello, and welcome to another installment of Silver Linings, the column where I find the positive aspects of the most maligned things in pop culture. Most moviegoers only pay attention to the people a...
7 Stars Who Are Redefining Men's Fashion
Male celebrities challenging what it means to “dress like a man” is nothing new. Seriously, just ask your parents, or visit Google and you’ll find out all about the "groovy" 70’s. There were a plethor...
Paul Levinsona day ago
Review of Game of Thrones 7.5
Game of Thrones 7.5 on Sunday night was a rare episode indeed in which reason seemed to be breaking out all over—just in time for at least the beginning of a united front against the dead of the north...
Robert Cain2 days ago
Fargo Series Review (Season 3)
Released: May 31, 2017 (UK) Created by: Noah Hawley Number of Episodes: 10 Where to watch: Channel 4 (Netflix release likely to follow) Starring: Ewan McGregor, Carrie Coon, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, D...
Tom Murray2 days ago
This Week I Am Mostly Watching
Do you want to know what I love more than anything else in the world? Quirky little television shows that seem to appear from out of nowhere, capture the imagination of the masses then disappear witho...
Marvel Superhero Alphabet
The Marvel universe is one that is chock-full of amazing characters, superb superheroes, and vicious villains. Most people have heard of major Marvel Superhero groups like The Avengers or Guardians of...
Rick Diaz20 days ago
'Justice League': What the Superhero Epic Needs to Succeed
Warners Bros. released the second trailer to its upcoming superhero epic "Justice League" over the weekend at the San Diego Comic Con. Running around four-minutes long, the trailer showcased the epic ...
J.D. Bentz20 days ago
Superheroes and 21st Century Multimedia
Due in large part to not only the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the currently-expanding DCEU, superheroes and their role in popular culture is at the forefront of people’s minds. Movie theaters have a...
Jess Ban hour ago
My Top Three Funniest Horror Movies
Horror movies have always had a special place in my heart. One of the first movies I remember being my favourite is Dawn of the Dead (the one that came out in 2004). But sometimes you just wanna avoid...
Steve Cotterill4 hours ago
'The Wicked + the Divine:' The Faust Act
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's seminal comics series, The Wicked + the Divine, plunges the reader into a world where every ninety years twelve Gods incarnate on Earth and have two years to do what...
Ninfa Bi3 days ago
The Best of Every Kardashian
The Kardashian girls are the celebrities of the moment and everything seems to indicate that they will be for a long time. Each one has her own style, therefore each has her own followers, according t...
Maurice Bernier5 days ago
Whatever Happened to My TV?
Times are a changing, folks. What once was no longer is. Go to your closet. Put on that shirt, if it has not been thrown away, from 10 years ago. If it is loose, you’re very lucky. If not, I understan...
Corey Gittleman16 days ago
Best Celebrity Cameos on 'The Simpsons'
That's right! The Simpsons have one of the largest character lists in the history of television. Not only is the town of Springfield very well populated, but each person has an abundant amount of lines throughout the series and is not left strictly to the background scene. In fact, most characters have episodes dedicated to their role in the show, revolving around the Simpson family of course. Each person has their own backstory and characteristics that make them unique and a hilarious asset to ...
Rachel Lescha month ago
A Review of 'Clarissa' by Samuel Richardson
At around 1,431 pages, Clarissa or The History of a Young Lady beats out Les Miserables by Victor Hugo (826 pages), Bleak House by Charles Dickens (813 pages) and War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy (955 pag...
Hitomi K.6 days ago
Cosplay Insider — blueheartless
Hitomi: Tell me a little about yourself. Blueheartless: I'm mainly a video game streamer on Twitch and Youtube. I have a degree in Computer Science and Computer Networking. However, due to mental and ...
Hitomi K.16 days ago
Tools for Cosplay Photo Editing
In this day and age, where self-image means everything, cosplay is no different. Compared to its humble beginnings decades ago, technological advances have made it possible to bring our favorite ficti...
Anecia Lewisa month ago
Dear Cosplayers: We Appreciate The Face Claims
From the most famous of cosplayers such as Alodia Gosiengfiao to the most underrated ones like my friend KuroiPit, I am very grateful that they exist. Not only do they destroy the status quo, but they...
Megan Burton25 days ago
Our Fascination with the Unknown
What is humanity's fascination with the unknown really about? Is it all about our curiosity, the need to explain the unexplainable, or is there a deeper meaning? Urban legends, stories of the paranorm...
'Rick and Morty' Fan Theories
Rick and Morty is one of the biggest breakout shows on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. The television follows a mentally unstable super genius scientist by the name of Rick Sanchez as ...
Clara Lin2 months ago
The Fun in Fandoms
Like many adolescents nowadays, once upon a time I had indulged a majority of my time in reading renowned fiction books, varying from the Harry Potter series to the Heroes of Olympus series. I've also...
Hitomi K.16 days ago
Tools for Cosplay Photo Editing
In this day and age, where self-image means everything, cosplay is no different. Compared to its humble beginnings decades ago, technological advances have made it possible to bring our favorite ficti...
S
SM 25 days ago
The Belko Experiment: What Not to Do?
This article will contain spoilers to The Belko Experiment. A short while ago I watched the horror film The Belko Experiment on a whim. While it did not contain rampant serial killers that haunt the d...
Kelly Hawksa month ago
Top 10 Tips to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
Even though we've seen the scenario played out in the movies and on TV, what would you, or rather, should you do in an honest-to-goodness zombie apocalypse situation? First of all, can this actually h...
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Reed Alexander2 hours ago
Not In My Country
Here’s a piece I wrote for a horror fiction contest. I didn’t win, but I was proud of it nonetheless. ---------------------- Sid stood at the opening of the snow frosted dirt road remembering all thos...
Kelly Hawksa day ago
Top 10 Best Weapons to Kill Zombies
Thanks to movies, TV, books, and just plain old common knowledge, we are well aware that zombies eat brains. Ironically, even though brains are a scrumptious delicacy to a zombie, they still need one ...
Megan Burton18 days ago
Zombies
Zombies. The Undead. Walkers. The cannibalistic risen dead go by many names, the most common derived from the Haitian word "zombi." They have been imbedded in our culture since the Night of the Living...