There’s energy in the air, waiting to visit another galaxy. You’re standing by the Hungry Bear Restaurant just having purchased a terrible cup of coffee because, once you go off world, there’s no coffee to be found, and you have an 8pm-12am time slot. You’ll need that caffeine for the […]
Was Castle Rock… good?
Perhaps you watched through the show. Perhaps you read through our recaps. But after all was said and done, did you stop to ask yourself, “was this show good?” In short – not really. In long – I don’t know, I still kind of like it but am confused by […]
Dreams come true in “Dream Daddy: a Dad Dating Simulator” comics
Authors: Wendy Xu Artist/Colorist: Ryan Maniulit Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Release Date: August 29, 2018 Genre(s): Is “Adorable” a genre?? Review Spoilers: Mild, bro Have a thing for hot single dads? Have a thing for hot single dads that have a thing for hot single dads? Then Dream Daddy comics are the […]
Westworld: Journey Into Night and Reunion Recap
The park is off its loop, with Dolores amassing followers towards some weapon, Maeve walking through the park towards her daughter, and the Man in Black playing one final game. Oh, and Bernard is leaking robot spinal fluid.
The LA Times Festival of Books is a Bookworm’s Paradise
The LA Times Festival of Books is worth a visit if you happen to be in the area. Books, music, crafts, conversations, sun – what could be better than that?
A Quiet Place Keeps Audiences Silent & on the Edge of Their Seats
Overall, A Quiet Place is not nearly as horror driven as one would expect from the trailers and the poster. But it is unnerving. As someone who rarely can sit through a horror film, this one was an enticing watch.
You Should Be Watching AMC’s The Terror
Three episodes in, The Terror floats between historical drama and horror. With a stellar cast, this show captures the frozen terror of early British Naval ships on the journey to discover the Northern Passage.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Real Deal Recap
The 100th episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. focused on the legacy and possible future of Agent Coulson, the man who launched the show with a simple hashtag following his untimely death in The Avengers (#CoulsonLives). In many ways, these moments remind viewers of why they have stuck around.
WonderCon 2018: New Exclusives Lottery For Autographs
WonderCon has added a new feature to the autograph system. After years of waking up early to stand in lines to draw tickets for a chance at autographs, it seems that certain companies are working with WonderCon to offer a raffle system ahead of the convention with their new Exclusives Portal.
The Insult is So Much More Than Just a War of Words
The Insult explores the invisible scars left by war and the power, for good or bad, of words. If you want a peek into the beautiful and pained lives of a country, watch this film and think on the message it is representing.