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The Defenders are Coming

If you were a part of the audience who contributed to the $145 million for the opening weekend of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, then there is a good chance you saw the trailer for Netflix’s The Defenders. The… Continue Reading →

Kung Fu Panda 3: A Delightful Sequel

A third Far-East adventure is heading to your near-theater and it will be worth those extra 3-D dollars at the ticket counter. Kung Fu Panda 3, the Dreamworks Animation hit franchise’s new sequel, will be delivered hot and fresh on… Continue Reading →

The Martian

Per Matt It’s been a long time since a movie made space exploration cool again, but The Martian has done just that. Ridley Scott’s movie, based on Andy Weir’s best-selling book, focuses on science fact, instead of purely science fiction,… Continue Reading →

Day By Day Armageddon: Shattered Hourglass

In this book of the Day by Day Armageddon series, J. L. Bourne attempts to wrap up the Zombie Apocalypse and somehow add extraterrestrial beings into the mix, as well. Will there be any survivors living happily ever after or… Continue Reading →

Finding Bigfoot Has Become the New Destination Truth

As a long-time fan of everything unknown, I’m definitely a fan of the paranormal. With reality TV absolutely exploiting the ghost-hunting genre to death (or after death, if you will), I’ve kind of moved on to other aspects of the… Continue Reading →

MomoCon Panel: Mike Reiss, Writer for The Simpsons

Per My Brother Mike Reiss is an American comedy writer. Before working in Hollywood, Reiss attended Harvard with his roommate (and future Simpsons co-conspirator Al Jean) and wrote for the Harvard Lampoon. After graduating, he wrote for various TV shows,… Continue Reading →

Discovery Channel’s Zombie Apocalypse

In what has become an incredibly overused (and non-trademarked) phrase, the Discovery Channel rounds up some scientists and zombie preppers to hypothesize their what-if-zombies-become-a-reality scenarios.

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