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Wonder Woman: No Promotion for the Amazonian Warrior

Wonder Woman’s solo movie is being released on June 2, 2017. Raise your hand if you knew that’s the date it’s coming coming out. Most of the geek fandom probably knows that. But what about the rest of the public?… Continue Reading →

LEGO Batman: The Better Bat-Story We Deserve

It would be an oversimplification to say that the Lego Batman Movie delivered a more creative story than Batman v Superman. But it did. It would be unfair to say that fans will find more Batman culture and nostalgia in… Continue Reading →

Crazyhead is the Best New Binge Watch on Netflix

I found this gem searching through Netflix one Sunday afternoon. Crazyhead is a horror comedy revolving around two ladies who fight demons. It’s British, so basically that means the production value always seems a bit off and the jokes aren’t… Continue Reading →

Goldie’s Top 5 Horror Films of 2016

2016 was a mixed bag when it comes to horror films. There were tons of films that came out, for sure, but only a few that were watchable… and¬†those few that were good were very well done.

Wonder Woman Joins the DC Cinematic Superhero Club

Wonder Woman finally appears in live action on the big screen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The Amazonian warrior debuted in comic books more than 70 years ago. She is an icon of feminine strength and independence. She’s… Continue Reading →

Searching for a True Adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

Per Matt Much like the Zombies’ never-ending hunt for their next victims, I’ve been on a voracious, never-ending hunt for great undead literature. I’ve got a pretty good track record for finding some great books (along with a few¬†ridiculous carcasses)… Continue Reading →

Social Reflections of The Force Awakens

It has often been said of the Star Wars films that they tend to reflect the times, to some extent. Volumes have already been written on the topic, so we won’t rehash here why the cautious optimism and sticking-it-to-the-man motif… Continue Reading →

Rapture, Blister, Burn by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt The road to happiness can be long and winding. It’s a difficult path, for some. As evidenced in Rapture, Blister, Burn, it can be both a bonding experience, as well as a fracturing one.

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