Stephen King is known as the unrivaled master of horror. Of his fifty-six novels, most fall into this category. Within the first decade of his works, King wrote exclusively in the genres of horror, thriller and science fiction, often combining… Continue Reading →
It’s a new year and for a lot of us, that means a new start. 2016 had some good moments in entertainment culture, but a litany of celebrity deaths and other blunders have left some bad tastes in our mouths…. Continue Reading →
Prepare yourselves for another fantastic journey, Harry Potter fans. This newest installment in the universe of the “Boy Who Lived” is actually a prequel, taking place in the magical world that was New York City in 1926.
Fans celebrate their favorite movies and books in a variety of ways. Some collect the memorabilia. Others love to cosplay as their favorite characters. But there are some who live beyond the books and the screen and the convention circuit. Wannabe… Continue Reading →
Per Matt As Phase 3 unfolds for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the superhero movies that were once grounded within our own reality take a new direction. With the introduction of Doctor Strange, filmgoers take a trippy adventure exploring alternate dimensions through magic… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Describing a beloved book of the Miss P trilogy to someone new to the material can be quite daunting. A story about time-traveling mutants hiding from monsters during World War II may sound bizarre, but it’s only a… Continue Reading →
There’s no nice way to say this. The critics have been dicks about Independence Day: Resurgence. Continuing their proud tradition of ignoring the reality and climate in which we process certain movies, and seeking some Shakespearean/Aaron Sorkin/Spielberg perfection in all things, they… Continue Reading →
OK, we all have something we’d like to see in tonight’s finale of Game of Thrones Season 6. I don’t have one thing I’d like more than another, but rather a list of things that would be fodder for giddy… Continue Reading →
Creators, makers and performers will unite this weekend to promote the continuation of literacy at Nashville’s popular-arts conference, Hypericon. Taking place at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel from June 17-19, this multi-genre event has something in store for all fandoms.