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Agents of SHIELD Get Together in Episode 7

by Laura Cerroneon January 17, 2018
Episode 7 – Together or Not At All   The team is finally (almost) back together, even if it only lasted for about a half hour. A good quarter into the fifth season, and Agents of SHIELD has continued returning to its roots of being a show about spies, reuniting the Bus Kids (what some […]
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The Flash Review: A Very Underwhelming Return in “The Trial of the Flash”

by Jeff Fountainon January 17, 2018
I don’t know, I guess with a storyline like this, one in which everyone knows is going to end up with Barry Allen free somehow, the odds were stacked against it right from the beginning that it was going to be good. I held out hope though, clinging to the chance that the writers/showrunners had […]

Comic Book Men Season 7 Episode 6: In a Galaxy Very Nearby

by Mel Burkeon January 15, 2018
Ever wondered if C-3PO could pop a boner? Read on! In this episode of Comic Book Men, the crew at Secret Stash kicks things off discussing what their one Jedi Mind Trick would be. Ming said never having to wait in line, Mike said getting out of speeding tickets and Walt said convincing waiters they […]
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Star Trek Discovery Review: A Bad Day All Around in “The Wolf Inside”

by Jeff Fountainon January 15, 2018
In an episode full of twists and turns, the crew of the Discovery continues to try and survive in the Mirror Universe, death seems to be around every corner and a famous goatee makes an appearance that is a great shout out to Trek fans and just fun all around. Sadly, the slow and plodding […]

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Review: The X-Files Embrace the Fun in “This”

by Jeff Fountainon January 13, 2018
I knew I was in for some fun when the episode began with The Ramones playing in the background, a somehow perfect setting for the shootout that was about to happen at Mulder’s house. It was the beginning of an episode full of action, one-liners and an investigation into a transmission sent by a now […]
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Review: Star Trek: Discovery Embraces the Dark Side in “Despite Yourself”

by Jeff Fountainon January 8, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* As much as I’ve enjoyed the darker tone of Discovery, I was beginning to wonder where they were going to take this. I mean, you can’t have a show about a war with the Klingons forever, good or bad. Enter the Mirror Universe, the Terran Empire and the possibilities of the Klingon war […]

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Agents of SHIELD has Fun and Games

by Laura Cerroneon January 7, 2018
Agent of Shield returned after a week holiday break with Fun and Games, the follow-up to their bottle episode Rewind, which chronicled Fitz reuniting with Hunter to track down the team. The episode, directed by Clark Gregg (Coulson!), was one of the best in the series this far. Pulling together the world building work of the earlier episodes, coupled with the addition of Fitz and his rescue mission with Enoch, it gave the show the direction it needed.

Game of Thrones Confirms Final Season to Air in 2019

by Laura Cerroneon January 4, 2018
In a press release, HBO announced today that the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones will air in 2019. The season will only be six episodes long, but said to have a longer running time per each episode. Directors for the new season are confirmed as David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the showrunners, […]

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Review: The X-Files “My Struggle III” is Disturbing and Dysfunctional

by Jeff Fountainon January 4, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Well, that was a bit creepy and disturbing. No, I’m not talking about the season eleven premiere, although I wish I was as The X-Files looks pretty tired and worn out. I’m talking about the big reveal from Cigarette Smoking Man at the end of the episode that while a bit surprising and […]

Jurassic Park Live: A Magical Night at the Sony Centre

by Jeff Fountainon December 30, 2017
In 1993, Steven Spielberg gave us a movie-going experience that I still remember to this day. I was shocked, mesmerized and in awe at what the man had created, based on the novel by Michael Crichton. Now, twenty-four years later, I was able to watch Jurassic Park again on the big screen, this time accompanied […]