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Inspiring Kids With Black Panther and STEAM

by Mel Burkeon February 18, 2018
“This is one of the most intelligent people in the world,” says Rafe Chisolm about the character Black Panther in Marvel’s recently released Afrofuturistic superhero epic. “You don’t see that narrative as a young black person, essentially.” Chisolm, in partnership with organizations like Hidden Genius Project, Black Girls Code and Level Playing Field Institute, has […]

Morgan Takes Aim in the New Teaser for The Walking Dead

by Jeff Fountainon February 16, 2018
On Sunday, February 25th, at 9 pm on AMC, The Walking Dead returns with episode 809 entitled “Honor”. Episode description: Rick faces new difficulties after a battle. Meanwhile, the fight continues in other communities as core members face hard decisions. Written by: Matt Negrete, Channing Powell Directed by: Greg Nicotero

Toxic and Troubling Fandoms: A Discussion with John Kenneth Muir

by Jeff Fountainon February 16, 2018
While investing the negativity now oozing into fandoms, I found that Star Trek: Discovery, The X-Files and Star Wars to have the largest following of fans and their angry and entitled opinions. So, I enlisted the help of literary critic and author John Kenneth Muir, who has written over twenty reference books in the world […]

Interview: Conductor Emil de Cou

by Jeff Fountainon February 13, 2018
Have you ever wanted to know just what a conductor does? Recently we had a chance to talk with Emil de Cou, who is regular in terms of being a guest conductor across the United States and will be in Toronto Feb 17th and 18th conducting The Wizard of Oz with a live orchestra while […]

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Review: Star Trek Discovery Wraps Up a Solid First Season in “Will You Take My Hand?”

by Jeff Fountainon February 12, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Even though the main arc of the season involving the Klingon war was wrapped up too quickly and too neat for me, there was plenty of nostalgia and solid storylines that made this a great episode to end the season with. While many will be talking about the final few minutes, and rightly […]
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Review: Star Trek Discovery Takes a Deep Breath in “The War Without, The War Within”

by Jeff Fountainon February 6, 2018
The first thirteen episodes of this season, the show’s first season, have been pretty much the ‘full speed ahead, take no prisoners’ kind of approach. Slick effects, great action, death everywhere, Discovery has had little time to develop its characters the way we are used to seeing in Star Trek television shows. While I understand […]

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Three Neville Pierce Short Films: Bricks-Ghosted-Lock In

by Jeff Fountainon February 5, 2018
After fifteen years of reviewing films and interviewing actors and filmmakers, Neville Pierce decided to put what he had learned into practical use and jumped behind the camera to direct three very engaging and different shorts that showed this reviewer he made the right choice in regards to getting behind the camera. Bricks Edgar Allan […]
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Nerdiest Super Bowl Trailers 2018

by Laura Cerroneon February 4, 2018
Eagles, Patriots… what I’m really here for are the trailers (and the food). Super Bowl LII (2018) did not disappoint. The first trailer to emerge during the pre-game ceremonies belonged to horror genre darling helmed by husband and wife duo John Krasinski and Emily Blunt. It’s the second official trailer for the movie. Fun fact: […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story Official Teaser Trailer is Here!

by Jeff Fountainon February 4, 2018
    After a long wait, fans can finally get a glimpse of where it all began for the lovable scoundrel Han Solo…      

New Trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Has Arrived!

by Jeff Fountainon February 4, 2018
        Ok, this looks a lot darker than Jurassic World, folks. Hold on tight, this trailer is fast-paced and fun!