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Why Do Video Games Turn Into Such Disappointing Movies?

by Jeff Fountainon January 22, 2017
While I was on my way to see Assassin’s Creed the other day, it occurred to me that the current relationship between the video game industry and the movie business really needed to catch a break. It has been so bad for so long, even the jokes about the whole mess are getting tired and […]

Interview: “Legends of Tomorrow” Cinematographer Mahlon Todd Williams

by Jeff Fountainon January 20, 2017
Whether it’s music videos, TV movies or television series, Mahlon Todd Williams has had the opportunity to be behind the camera and experience many different parts of the entertainment world during his career. Recently we had the chance to talk to Mahlon about how he got into the business, his love for photography and film […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Han Solo Film to Talk About in 2016

by Laura Cerroneon December 11, 2016
We’re not just talking about Star Wars: Rogue One here, we’re talking about a fan film titled Han Solo: A Smuggler’s Trade. A few months ago, we spoke with actor and comedian Jamie Costa, who had divulged to us about the film project he was gearing up to shoot. With funds raised on Indiegogo, Costa and a team […]
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Movie Review 24×36: A Movie About Movie Posters

by Jeff Fountainon November 20, 2016
Ok, so I have to admit my first reaction to a movie about movie posters was one of confusion. I mean, who would want to see something like this, no matter how good it was? As it turns out, not only is it a great movie but I can see many different groups of people […]

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Movie Review: Capture Kill Release

by Jeff Fountainon November 19, 2016
At first glance, ‘Capture Kill Release’ seems to be a mash up of torture porn and a sort of first person POV movie. Neither of these seem to be welcome genres these days so my first thought was they had their work cut out for them right from the opening scene. However, this peek at […]

Interview with True Blood and Blackwater Wilderness Actor John Hickman

by Laura Cerroneon October 11, 2016
You may think that moving to Hollywood, taking acting classes and getting an agent are the only ways of entering the industry of show business. However, as True Blood and Blackwater Wilderness actor John Hickman shows, sometimes an opportunity such as a bid can turn into a full-fledged career. Now working alongside the likes of Pierce Brosnan and James […]

An “American Horror Story” with Naomi Grossman at Fan Expo Canada

by Jeff Fountainon September 8, 2016
Best known for her role as Pepper in two different seasons of American Horror Story, Naomi Grossman career has included writing, producing and being part of the improvisational and sketch comedy troupe The Groundlings. Recently we had the chance to talk with her during a media round table while she was at Fan Expo Canada […]

Interview with Voice Actor Kevin Conroy

by Jeff Fountainon September 7, 2016
From stage to television to voice acting, it is safe to say Kevin Conroy has traveled an interesting path to get where he is today. Recently, we had a chance to talk to him during a media round table while he was at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto, where we talked about his career, the […]