Film & TV

Review: The Walking Dead Returns to its Erratic Behavior in “Dead or Alive Or”

by Jeff Fountainon March 12, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* While I will say that this is now three good episodes in a row, a shocking development for The Walking Dead these days, “Dead or Alive Or” was a little off compared to the last two. Some annoying characters reared their ugly heads again, a few of whom could be killed off […]

Interview: Lisa Chandler

by Jeff Fountainon March 9, 2018
Recently, we had the chance to talk to Lisa Chandler, who is managing to balance a career of both stunt work and acting, taking on such shows as Supergirl and Netflix’s Altered Carbon. I’ve got to ask you right off the top, how did you decide to start doing stunts? Lisa: I started off acting […]


Review: The Walking Dead Bores, Thrills and Disgusts in “The Lost and the Plunderers”

by Jeff Fountainon March 5, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* Ok, I’m not a big fan of doing spoiler reviews, I do them time to time, but this week’s episode of The Walking Dead has some things that I just needed to talk about. Sure, there was a visit to a storyline the really needs to be disposed of but for the most […]

Review: The X-Files Mix Date Night and Technology Run Amok in “RmsbG93ZXJz”

by Jeff Fountainon March 2, 2018
*SOME SPOILERS AHEAD* There have been numerous episodes that explore this territory, both on The X-Files and many other shows. What made this episode wonderful was watching Mulder and Scully interact with each other on a level we’ve rarely seen, all the while trying to avoid machines hunting them down, thanks to a poor dining […]

Interview: Reese Eveneshen

by Jeff Fountainon February 28, 2018
Recently we had a chance to talk with writer/director Reese Eveneshen about how he started in this business, life behind the camera and his new sci- fi thriller Defective. So what led you to pursue a career in the world of movies? Reese: I’ve always had an interest in it, since I was a kid, […]

Review: The Walking Dead Returns with an Efficient and Emotional Episode in “Honor”

by Jeff Fountainon February 26, 2018
*SPOILERS AHEAD* We all knew it was the end for Carl after it was discovered he had been bitten in the last episode before the break. (Actually, if they had found a way to have him survive I would have been done with the show) With it being confirmed by Chandler Riggs himself and the […]

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 […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]