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Marc Guggenheim

Talking Roots with Arrow EP Marc Guggenheim

by Laura Cerroneon December 13, 2017
Yes, you know Marc Guggenheim as the creator and executive producer of DC’s Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. He’s also written the screenplay for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and the television show Eli Stone. Through all of these endeavors he somehow manages to find time to write X-Men: Gold for Marvel. In the midst […]

Knightfall: A Promise of Things to Come

by Garyon December 13, 2017
If you’re a fan of History’s Vikings, you may have anxiously awaited the arrival of Knightfall, another History series (on A&E TV in the United States) that looks to carve its own notch into the ledger of historical drama. This review does not contain plot-specific spoilers. The first episode begins with a high-octane battle, with knights and […]

Kai Greene Talks ‘Stranger Things 2’, Body Building

by Jeff Fountainon December 12, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk with Kai Greene, a professional bodybuilder who has begun to branch out into many different artistic fields, including playing Funshine on Netflix’s Stranger Things 2. You started out bodybuilding at a young age. What was it about it that sparked your interest? Kai: I think bodybuilding was one […]
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Review: The Walking Dead’s Mid-Season Finale ‘How It’s Gotta Be’ Fails to Deliver

by Jeff Fountainon December 11, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* With the season eight mid-season eight finale in the books, I can say The Walking Dead is now officially running on the fumes of great stories and seasons gone by. So many bizarre plot holes, idiotic decisions by characters, it has gotten to the point that this is now what I expect every […]

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A Life Spent Snags for Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon December 9, 2017
Episode 3 – A Life Spent After a jaw-dropping premiere, Agents of SHIELD decided to scale back in scope and focus on solving mysteries, surviving their reality and attempting a rescue mission, all within less than an hour. While one mystery was solves and each agent sans Fitz have lived another day, Daisy’s attempted rescue […]

Ace Comic Con Launches This Weekend

by Laura Cerroneon December 6, 2017
Ace Comic Con enters the arena of comic conventions this coming weekend with its inaugural event launching in Long Island, New York. Helmed by the Gareb and Stephen, who previously built Wizard World from the bottom up among other successes such as their pop culture magazine. From December 8 to December 10, fans can descend […]

Michael Emerson talks ‘Arrow’, ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

by Jeff Fountainon December 5, 2017
Michael Emerson may have been a late bloomer in terms of an acting career but he certainly made up for it by creating some very memorable characters, probably the biggest being Benjamin Linus from the groundbreaking TV show Lost. Recently, we had the chance to talk with Michael about his career, including his newest projects […]

Comic Book Men Season 7 Episode 5: A Sea of Jay and Silent Bobs

by Mel Burkeon December 4, 2017
“Picture a sea of Jay and Silent Bob cosplayers.” The only “what would you do” this episode is whether or not the guys would become a Wallstreet Banker or run a family farm. Ming is a banker. Walt is a farmer and invites the Stash crew to come with him. Of course they decide to […]

GCE Podcast Episode 5 with Robinne Lee

by Laura Cerroneon December 4, 2017
Superstition on SyFy takes paranormal hunting to a new level. Set in the fictional town of La Rochelle, Georgia, the show follows the Hastings family as they track down paranormal beings while navigating the tough world of family drama. Robinne Lee stars on the show as matriarch Bea Hastings. The family owns and operates a […]

Distant Worlds 30th Anniversary Delivers an Emotional Performance

by EVAon December 4, 2017
This past weekend, Final Fantasy fans gathered in Toronto as the Sony Centre hosted the Final Fantasy: Distant Worlds 30th Anniversary concert. Or as my fiancée likes to call it, “Date Night with the Sobmaster”… That’s right, I have no shame in admitting that I teared up and may or may not have cried at […]