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BattleBots is Bringin’ it Back to a Couple of New Channels

Somehow, I never got the memo. Nobody told me that BattleBots was back… and this year, the robot combat sport is bringin’ it to a pair of new channels. Naturally, I missed the season premiere and the second episode (“It’s… Continue Reading →

James Cameron Explores Science Fiction (Among Other Genres)

Remember back in the day when people actually bought DVDs, which highlighted incredible supplemental behind-the-scenes documentaries that explored related topics to their subject matter? Those were the best! Clearly I’m not a big collector, as I haven’t bought a DVD… Continue Reading →

Writing a Remake: Lost in Space

The new Lost in Space series on Netflix should be a lot more interesting than it is. The casting is great. The TV show is visually amazing. The special effects are fantastic, considering this isn’t a movie. Unfortunately, this show… Continue Reading →

Hold up! Kristen Wiig is Cheetah in Wonder Woman 2?!

With the casting of Kristen Wiig as Cheetah in the upcoming Wonder Woman 2 movie, I’d like to address the casting decision and maybe do a bit of dream casting.

I Turned Myself Into a Pickle! I’m Pickle Rick!

Why would anyone turn themselves into a pickle?

The Sky is Falling; Salvation is Needed

Government conspiracies, cover-ups, a secret rendezvous and an extinction event is the basis for a new summertime TV show. No, this isn’t The X-Files, but what’s familiar is new again for Salvation, currently airing on CBS.

Netflix’s Castlevania Gets Video Game Adaptations Right

When the fourth episode of¬†Castelvania¬†ended, all I wanted was for the TV show to continue. There has finally been a good video game adaptation made in the West, even if it was terribly short. With four episodes clocking in at… Continue Reading →

The Genius of Seth MacFarlane and Neil deGrasse Tyson

Two of my favorite people in the mainstream of American culture are Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson and Seth MacFarlane. I have had the pleasure of speaking briefly with each of them and admire them both immensely.

The Americans Penultimate Season Recapped

With former FBI Director James Comey testifying last Tuesday about possible Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. election, it may seem as though the Cold War had never ended. The conflict between the USSR and the United States and other… Continue Reading →

Hypericon Fuels the Imagination for Nashville Fandoms

Arriving in Nashville on Father’s Day Weekend, Hypericon promotes literacy through popular arts and media, creating a unique experience for different fandoms in the Music City.

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