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Where, Oh Where, Did Our Zombie Walk Go?

With recent news that the 2017 installment of the Geek Media Expo (GMX) has been canceled, our thoughts quickly re-focused on another event beloved by our blog, which has been notably absent for the last two years, on the watch of same folks responsible… Continue Reading →

“Ghost” Shames Whitewash Whiners, Boasts Loyalty To Lore

Ghost in the Shell is good. You can sleep soundly now. And yes, assuming it makes money, it will be the first of what may be many. Oh, and that whitewashing flap? Stow it. In fact, the solution is so… Continue Reading →

Lucifer Still Failing to Reach Its Potential

No TV show surprised me more last season than Lucifer. Loosely (very loosely) based on the DC comics character, Lucifer follows Lucifer Morningstar, the devil himself, as he lives a life of luxury in LA. No longer content to be the… Continue Reading →

Batman: The Killing Joke — A Flawed Adaptation of the Dark Graphic Novel

What’s the opposite of ideal? What word represents the the most evil, dark-hearted, perverse version of a thing? What is the inverse of a paradigm?

Pokémon Go: The Benefits and the Detriments

If you haven’t heard about Pokémon Go by now, then let me be the first to congratulate you for coming out of your coma. If somehow you’ve been lucid the past three weeks and still wonder what has been going… Continue Reading →

The 2016 Golden Globes Nominations From a Geek’s Perspective

Per Matt The nominations have been announced for the 2016 Golden Globes awards ceremony and surprisingly, geek culture was embraced with the list. Here’s a quick look at the potential award winners, from a geek’s perspective.

Back to Frank Black

Per Matt “In a world where evil has many faces, hope has just one: Frank Black.” For three years, Millennium pushed every boundary as a television series from 1996 to 1999. Hard to describe using only a few words, it… Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones: Episode Five — A Nest of Vipers

House Forrester has declared war on multiple fronts! There is an internal struggle as a traitor is exposed, as well as evil external forces that threaten the very existence of the entire family tree in Game of Thrones: Episode Five… Continue Reading →

Redbox Rental: Ender’s Game

Per Matt If life was a video game, then Ender’s Game is destined to become our future.

Surviving ScareFest 2013

Per Matt ScareFest brought the spookiness and the screams to Lexington, KY, in 2013.

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