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The Wolverine Written by on September 10, 2013

Of all the Marvel movie properties that have garnered mass success the X-Men franchise may rank a little low behind The Avengers, Iron Man and the Spiderman franchise. Though the X-men films were some of the first films that started the now massive Marvel universe they have as of late taken a path which somewhat [...]

The Encounter Written by on August 30, 2013

On a stormy night 5 people walk into a diner and meet a man named Jesus.  Jesus asks them “what would you like? Menu or special order?” And that is the basis of The Encounter. A film that is so set on inspiring that it draws its premise from a scenario you may have heard of in [...]

Olympus Has Fallen Written by on March 25, 2013

I guess it goes to show how enjoyable a movie can be when you know nothing about it going in. In the case of Olympus Has Fallen I had only seen a TV spot one night on the USA network that gave very little away in terms of the plot. Since then I forgot all about the [...]

Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Wrong Jedi Written by on March 3, 2013

Spoilers Ahead. “The council didn’t trust me, so how can I trust myself?” – Ahsoka Tano The season 5 finale of The Clone Wars is arguably the best episode ever produced in the series. The episode entitled “The Wrong Jedi” delivered on almost every level that you could want from a show. The story of Ahsoka’s evolution as a character [...]

The Walking Dead: Episodes 3,4,5 Written by on January 13, 2013

“What could have I done differently.” It’s an interesting concept that Telltale games have came up with The Walking Dead. Take the point-and-click style of adventure games past and implement a Mass Effect-esque choice system which would affect later events of the game in an episodic format. When the series first started, my reservations on how well [...]

Just Dance 4 (Wii) Written by on December 25, 2012

The dance genre has arguably been the driving force of casual gaming outside of Facebook and Angry Birds. It started with titles like Dance Dance Revolution, which took the world by storm in the early 2000′s in the arcades. Gamers found a new audience in wannabe pop dancers with its deceptively simple concept and hard [...]

A Date With Netflix: Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies Written by on November 16, 2012

I think I am starting to remember why history and horror shouldn’t genre mix. For every Pride and Prejudice and Zombies or Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, there is Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies. A zombified straight to video/Netflix twist to the Civil War that was produced in light of the latter mentioned big-screen adaption that is not so much a [...]

What to watch: Halloween edition! Written by on October 30, 2012

“Tis was night of all-hallows-eve. A time where adults, kids, and slutty women dress up and spend the night having fun with family, friends, candy, pumpkins and parties. But for those who like to spend their nights at home, away from the cold night air, curled up in their costume snuggie, here are some movies [...]

Copper — ‘A Vast and Fiendish Plot’ review Written by on October 29, 2012

In our last review of Copper, I did express some of my likes and dislikes about the time period drama. The setting is great and many of the characters are interesting with the exception of a couple. Heading into the season finale, the setting and politics started to come into full effect. Leading into ‘A Vast and [...]

Once Upon A Time Season 2 Premiere Written by on October 27, 2012

Magic is coming! Or should I say, the magic is still here. It is well known at how much of a fan I am for this fantasy-drama that sucked up my T.V. time last season. From the premise, the writing, the acting, the direction and imagination I could not help but fall deep into this [...]

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