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Reporting from WonderCon Anaheim 2015

Most geeks and fans set attending Comic-Con as the highlight of their year, but I’ve always had trouble affording a long trip to San Diego and getting a group to go with. 750 more words

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"Doctor What" - What It Is And Why It Needs Your Help!

Since I review a lot of science fiction, it almost seems a crime not to review anything related to the long-running British TV series Doctor Who… 343 more words

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Film Reviews!: Enter the Void

I woke up today still feeling off-kilter from the previous night’s endeavor.  After seeing Gaspar Noe’s Enter the Void one can only be so lucky as to call their disposition ‘slightly off-kilter.’  While I realize that every other critic has taken the opportunity to quip something along the lines of Noe’s work being an “assault,” it’s very hard to write anything adverse to this notion or even ancillary to it.  1,096 more words

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Film Reviews!: Bronson

Bronson tries to do everything a biopic should do, and then some.  It looks to portray its subject’s life in a unique, personal fashion toying with conventions, tone, and pacing to create a story thread true to its central character.  969 more words

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Film Reviews! Splice

With every fiber of my being I wanted to write this review objectively.  I wanted to use the most academic cinematic language possible and write candidly, but without bias or humor, on the film at hand.  945 more words

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Punchline Magazine

Maybe I’m just REALLLLY behind the times, but the other day I stumbled upon punchlinemagazine.com and ended up losing entire hours of my life in the videos, top 1o lists, and rampant interviews that inundate the site.  71 more words

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Ghostbusters 3 is a Myth

As a big Bill Murray fan, I must say that my propensity to find everything he does as instantly witty probably make me biased towards him in this ongoing struggle.  356 more words

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