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GCE Podcast Episode 5 with Robinne Lee

by Laura Cerroneon December 4, 2017
Superstition on SyFy takes paranormal hunting to a new level. Set in the fictional town of La Rochelle, Georgia, the show follows the Hastings family as they track down paranormal beings while navigating the tough world of family drama. Robinne Lee stars on the show as matriarch Bea Hastings. The family owns and operates a […]

Distant Worlds 30th Anniversary Delivers an Emotional Performance

by EVAon December 4, 2017
This past weekend, Final Fantasy fans gathered in Toronto as the Sony Centre hosted the Final Fantasy: Distant Worlds 30th Anniversary concert. Or as my fiancée likes to call it, “Date Night with the Sobmaster”… That’s right, I have no shame in admitting that I teared up and may or may not have cried at […]

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The Walking Dead Review: ‘Time for After’ is Predictable and Uninspiring

by Jeff Fountainon December 4, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* The only thing The Walking Dead has done consistently this season is being predictable in all the worst kind of ways. Sure, there have been a few moments where things have events have taken a left turn, or a character has done something different and interesting, but for the most part it’s been […]
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Agents of SHIELD Season 5 Premiere is Out of this World

by Laura Cerroneon December 2, 2017
Episodes 1 and 2 – Orientation 1 and Orientation 2 *Spoilers Ahead* The long awaited season five premiere of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD finally blessed us on Friday, December 1. The two hour premiere can be described as a love letter to pop culture, especially recent pop culture. Melding together the playful heroic element that […]

Vikings Season Five Is Coming

by Garyon November 28, 2017
“Epic. Literally, epic.” That’s how actor Alex Høgh Andersen describes season five of Vikings, the season premiere of which airs on Wednesday, November 29th, on History. It seems hard to top the events of the previous season, where cords were cut, and major characters seemed to die by the handful. “It’s getting so big,” Andersen […]
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The Walking Dead Review: ‘The King, The Widow, And Rick’ is Consistently Inconsistent

by Jeff Fountainon November 27, 2017
*SPOILERS AHEAD* The Walking Dead is sometimes the victim of its own success, with far too many storylines to follow and not enough time to do it right. Cutting corners seems logical except for the fact that, especially this year, too many things make no sense and too many characters are just making dumb decisions. […]

Comic Book Men Season 7 Ep 4: A Method to Their Madness

by Mel Burkeon November 27, 2017
“I’ve never had to hide it. I was known for it.” In this week’s episode, the Comic Book Men demonstrate how limited their knowledge of the rap world is and Walt gets to go for a spin in an original Starsky and Hutch screen car. There’s a lot of selling and buying in this episode, […]

‘Brain Candy Live’ Provides Some Serious Food for Thought

by EVAon November 26, 2017
This weekend I had the absolute pleasure of seeing Adam Savage & Michael Stevens live for their show Brain Candy Live at The Sony Centre. Going into the show, I was already expecting great things. As a huge fan of Adam, I’ve followed his work for as long as I can remember – from his […]

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Movie Review: Buckout Road

by Jeff Fountainon November 25, 2017
Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2017 I have to say, the creative minds behind Buckout Road did a great job in making the film much more than a simple ghost story. Weird ass albino killers in the woods, a woman seeking revenge as she strolls around at night and oh yes, witches. The […]

Showcase’s Marvel’s Runaways Offers A Solid Introduction

by Garyon November 24, 2017
Showcase’s Marvel’s Runaways isn’t hiding its core premise: what happens when a group of teenagers discover that their parents are evil. It’s right there in the show’s synopsis. But that isn’t the only storyline in Showcase’s Marvel’s Runaways. Ultimately, the show is a coming of age story, except instead of growing up and developing into adults, […]