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My Guilty Pleasure: It Stains the Sands Red

Zombies. Las Vegas. When crafting a story that involves the Zombie Apocalypse taking place in Sin City, it’s gotta have “sure-fire hit” written all over it. Right?

LA to Vegas is Cleared for Comedy

Las Vegas is known for its excess and for attracting oddly extravagant characters, but the real-life Sin City has got nothing on the new Fox TV show. This is the story about the people who fly from LA to Vegas… Continue Reading →

Telltale Games Takes The Walking Dead Into A New Frontier

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is a video game series based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book series of the same name. Telltale Games, which has made a name for itself in the episodic interactive drama graphic-adventure genre, developed and… Continue Reading →

Beer With a Brewmaster: Hans Groberg

Per Matt The craft-beer industry has taken flight, literally, within the state of Florida. Cigar City Brewing has built the industry’s first fully functional brewery within Tampa International Airport to greet passengers flying into and out of the Sunshine State… Continue Reading →

Flight 462: A Fear the Walking Dead Short on Character

Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462, a 16-episode short film, attempts to generate interest in the show’s second season, but crashes way before the actual flight. Filled with Zombie outbreak tropes and with little time for character development, it is… Continue Reading →

Fear the Walking Dead: The Dog

The neighbors are restless.

Surviving Outside SDCC 2014

Per Matt Ever wonder if it’s possible to attend San Diego Comic-Con International and have a good time… without ever setting foot inside the Convention Center?

MomoCon Interview: Mike Reiss, Writer of The Simpsons

Per Matt Mike Reiss has been a part of The Simpsons since Season One. While he has always been a part of the legendary writer’s room, at one point, he was also the Showrunner. Reiss candidly discusses hiring Conan O’Brien,… Continue Reading →

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