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Dragon Con Gets Social: An Interview With Eric Richard Cooney Jr.

Per Matt In less than a week, Dragon Con descends upon downtown Atlanta, Georgia. And with the weekend’s festivities, the only guarantee that attendees can expect is the event’s planned schedule for the five-day convention will be updated at some… Continue Reading →

Ruminating on The Leftovers Finale

I watched The Leftovers final episode last Sunday, hoping for the satisfying ending that Lost never gave me, and though I’m not sure Lindelhoff gave me much resolution, I can say this finale has been stewing around in my head almost constantly… Continue Reading →

Is The Curse of Oak Island Any Closer to Being Solved?

If there’s one thing The Curse of Oak Island resolved in the two-hour season finale, it’s that Marty, Rick and the rest of the treasure-hunting crew keep getting closer… but to what? For the most part, the only answers they’re… Continue Reading →

Digging the Mystery of Oak Island

As the Lagina Brothers dig into the complex, multilayered 200-year-old mystery that lies below Oak Island, numerous clues, theories and circumstantial evidence have all been presented (many of which have been disproved), along with a decent amount of documentation that has backed up… Continue Reading →

Westworld: One Theory Down, Many More to Go

This week’s episode of Westworld has flipped everything on its head. For anyone not caught up with HBO’s new and exciting sci-fi drama, this is the point where you should stop reading.

Westworld and the Legacy of the Mystery Box

Westworld is the latest hit from HBO. It is also the Internet’s latest theory-generating obsession. But there’s one small thing about this obsession that has been bothering me.

Stranger Things Have Not Happened

Many of the things we enjoyed when we were younger bring us feelings of nostalgia. Just remembering what once was, what shaped us and the cultural reflection of the time can be uplifting. But now, for fans of ’80s sci-fi… Continue Reading →

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Nashville Repertory Theatre

Per Matt You might recognize the names Rosencrantz and Guildenstern from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. They were minor characters, hovering just above the background, in that tragedy. No longer supporting characters, the spotlight shines on them in this Tony Award-winning play!

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