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Agents of SHIELD Segues With The Patriot

by Laura Cerroneon January 18, 2017
Episode 10 – The Patriot   As Agents of SHIELD nears the halfway point of its fourth season, they seemed to finally have grasped the art of the filler episode. While The Patriot was not without fault or plot hole, it managed to bridge the murky territory between one big plot point to the next. […]

The New Trailer for Bloody Bits – Shorts Compilation Is Here!

by Jeff Fountainon January 18, 2017
The brand new short horror film compilation entitled Bloody Bits – Shorts Compilation, released by Black Fawn Distribution in association with The Blood In The Snow Canadian Film Festival highlights seven of the festival’s best short horror films.   Bloody Bits features short films from directors Christopher Giroux (Dead All Night), Darryl Shaw (Greater Than), […]


Gotham Review: Dumb Meets Ridiculous in “Ghosts”

by Jeff Fountainon January 17, 2017
Coming back from its mid-season break, Gotham decided that it needed to explain every step and plot twist in case we as fans had forgotten what happened when we last saw everyone. In theory, this is not a bad idea if there are complicated plot twists or character development. However, not only was it easy […]

On the Rack: January 18, 2017

by Laura Cerroneon January 16, 2017
Break open those piggy banks, it’s New Comic Book Day- every Wednesday! This week is as good as every other, so peruse at your leisure and head down to your local shop. Here is what is fresh on the rack this week.   007 MAGAZINE AND ARCHIVE 007 Magazine Presents The Most Famous Gun In […]


Sherlock: When Television Is Done Right, This Is the Result

by Jeff Fountainon January 14, 2017
I have always thought taking the work of Arthur Conan Doyle and transferring it into a movie or television series would be a daunting task. The world of Sherlock Holmes is rich in character, story and mood which requires a lot of patience, something not always easy to find in the entertainment industry. However, writers/creators […]
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Agents of Shield Returns with Broken Promises

by Laura Cerroneon January 11, 2017
Episode 9 – Broken Promises ‘Broken Promises’ ushered in the next chapter in Agents of SHIELD and the small corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe it encompasses. Juggling Life Model Decoy’s (LMD) and the arrival of a new Inhuman, the return of AoS was a good display in the show’s capability of maneuvering between storylines. […]


On the Rack: January 11, 2017

by Laura Cerroneon January 10, 2017
It’s time to head back to the good old brick and mortar comic book store and snatch up some of the next best comics. This list contains everything from your indie fair to your top dog companies, so your local comic book shop may not have all at their discretion. Here’s January 11’s edition of […]

Interview with actor Ryan Robbins

by Jeff Fountainon January 8, 2017
With almost twenty years of experience in the acting business, Ryan Robbins has been part of many interesting and high profile projects in both television and movies, including Battlestar Galactica, Continuum, Falling Skies and Arrow. Recently, we had the chance to sit down with Ryan and talk to him about his love of acting, life […]


Film Themed Online Games

by EVAon January 6, 2017
Film themed online games are very common today. Getting the rights to these films and their associated images in the first place can often be very difficult. However, once the gaming developers do have these rights, it is that much easier for them to be able to make a lot of money off of the […]

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Twenty Four Years Old Today

by Jeff Fountainon January 3, 2017
As with The Next Generation, there was initially a lot of skepticism, anger and what you would call a dismissive attitude toward Deep Space Nine. In fact, there are still many today who just do not like this part of the Star Trek television franchise. However on January 3, 1993 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine […]