The Wonderful World of David Cronenberg

by Jeff Fountainon January 25, 2015
Okay, I have to admit I’m a big fan of Cronenberg’s and have been for quite awhile. It’s also kind of nice that he is from my home town of Toronto and likes filming in Canada whenever he can.

The Geeky Weekly – Jan. 18 – Jan. 25

by Laura Cerroneon January 25, 2015
Our Geeky Weekly will be brought you each weekend with the news you may have missed. ∴ While Tom Hardy dropped out of DC’s Suicide Squad project last week, Jake Gyllenhaal was rumored to be next up in the role. The Nightcrawler star reportedly passed on the Rick Flag role freeing it up. ∴ In […]


The Year James Gunn Reminded Us Animals Are the Best

by Laura Cerroneon January 24, 2015
James Gunn had a great year. You may have heard of him. He is just responsible for bringing to movie screens 2014’s second highest grossing film, the summer wildcard success, Guardians of the Galaxy.
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Artist Alley – Kickstarter, Women in Comics and Independent Work

by Laura Cerroneon January 23, 2015
Back in December, I attended the inaugural NY WinterCon and got to chat with a couple of wonderful comic creators about the roles of females in comics and independent work. Searching around Artist Alley at the con I met some wonderful people and managed to interview them. Comic book creators Amy Reeder, Kristen Gudsnek, and […]


The Trials of Cosplay Travel

by Laura Cerroneon January 23, 2015
They are considered labors of love and can take months to make and assemble. Cosplays are a serious business and every little detail is planned out meticulously.
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X-Men: Apocalypse Casts Three Roles

by Laura Cerroneon January 22, 2015
In a tweet on Thursday night, Director Bryan Singer spilled the beans on the casting choices for Storm, Cyclops, and Jean Grey in the sequel of Days of Future Past that takes places in the 1980’s.   Meet our new and brilliant young mutants: @Alexshipppp as #Storm@SophieT as #JeanGrey and @TyeSheridan as #Cyclops. #XmenApocalypse — […]


Melissa Benoist to play Supergirl

by Sean Skywalkeron January 22, 2015
It appears that CBS and Warner Bros. has found the cousin of the Man of Steel for its television series Supergirl. Joining DC Comics dominating TV presence along side Arrow, Flash, Gotham and Constantine. It has been reported that Glee and Whiplash actress, Melissa Benoist has be chosen to play, Superman’s Kryptonian cousin, Kara Zor-El. […]
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American Horror Story Freak Show ‘Curtain Call’ Review

by Jeff Fountainon January 22, 2015
I’ll say one thing for Freak Show, they certainly are consistent. The finale was a perfect end to the season, culminating snippets of brilliant acting and shocking visuals with their usual all over the place way of dealing with plot lines, both believable and laughable, yet still managing to keep our attention during most of […]


Network TV: Are The Big Boys Ready To Fall?

by Jeff Fountainon January 22, 2015
The big TV networks have been around for… well, it seems like forever. They have been the ones responsible for scheduling your evenings with quality content and dominating the daytime with soap opera storylines. However, like the dinosaurs that ruled the earth only to suddenly die off, have the networks life run its course and […]
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Arrow Returns- Did Oliver As Well?

by Laura Cerroneon January 21, 2015
Episode 10- Left Behind The episode opens with a recap of the mounting plotlines in season 3, ending with the iconic scene of Ra’s al Ghul driving a sword into Oliver’s abdomen. The show picked back up on action starting with a cop chase that goes poorly. Arsenal and Digg, dressed as the Arrow, try […]