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 […]

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Live in Concert: Still Magical 35 Years Later

by Jeff Fountainon January 1, 2017
Ok, I’ll admit I’m old enough that I saw E.T. when it was first released in theaters in 1982. I will also admit that I took a girl to the movie to try and show off my ‘sensitive’ side, with no real interest in the movie itself. My final and most telling admission is I […]

Star Trek Timelines Helps Ring in Show’s 50th Anniversary

by Laura Cerroneon September 5, 2016
It’s an exciting time for Star Trek fans as the iconic sci-fi series turns 50, celebrating its Golden Anniversary. From humble beginnings stemming from the mind of creator Gene Roddenberry, to charging its way through the 21st century while inspiring fans old and new, the series has much to commemorate. One of the many wonderful […]

Squad Up: Samsung Suicide Squad VR Images and Video

by Garyon July 24, 2016
I’ve been talking about this all weekend but I’ve seen nothing that’s changed my mind: The Samsung Suicide Squad VR event is still the best activation at SDCC. You can read the full details of everything you can do at the event here.   And some members of the cast stopped by to check it […]

Samsung and Suicide Squad VR are King at SDCC

by Garyon July 22, 2016
                  The team behind the marketing of Suicide Squad need a raise. A big, fat, raise. Not only have they successfully teased their audience with just enough from the film to drive their fans mad with anticipation, their partnership with Samsung on their San Diego Comic Con […]

Free Comic Book Day 2016

by Laura Cerroneon April 10, 2016
Free Comic Book Day is almost upon us. On May 7, the first Sunday of the month, comic book shops will be doling out comics for yours to take, free of charge! The annual holiday for comic book lovers started in 2002, and is celebrated throughout 2,300 stores throughout North America and the world. This […]

Interview With Actress Karen Allen at Toronto Comic Con

by Jeff Fountainon March 25, 2016
While she has many TV and movies credits to her name including Animal House and Starman, Karen Allen is probably best known for her portrayal as Marion Ravenwood in the Raiders of the Lost Ark franchise. Recently we had the chance to talk to Karen while doing a round table interview at Toronto Comic Con. […]

Interview with actor Casper Van Dien At Toronto Comic Con

by Jeff Fountainon March 23, 2016
With over one hundred acting credits to his name, Casper Van Dien has been able to work on many projects including Sleepy Hollow, Tarzan and the Lost City and the huge cult hit Starship Troopers. Recently, we had a chance to talk to Casper as part of a round table interview while he was at […]

Interview With Jonathan Frakes At Toronto Comic Con

by Jeff Fountainon March 23, 2016
Starting out as an actor and becoming known worldwide for his character William Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Jonathan Frakes has also branched out into directing, producing and voice acting. Recently, we had the chance to talk to Jonathan during a round table interview session at Toronto Comic Con. The GCE: You started […]

14 Can’t-Miss Artists at Emerald City Comicon

by Mel Burkeon March 15, 2016
Emerald City Comicon is a pop culture and comic book convention that takes place in early April in downtown Seattle, Washington. Boasting a near-80,000 attendance count last year and with an exhaustive list of exhibitors, panels, and events for this year, ECCC is a con that takes some planning. So take a deep breath, stretch […]