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Optimus Prime

Bumblebee: Too Much, Too Late?

It only took a little more than a decade to get a Transformers film for true fans and wider audiences, alike. The new film, Bumblebee, is a joy from start to finish, but is it too late to pile on… Continue Reading →

Michael Bay Sucks At Villains

After seeing the nonsensical disaster that is Transformers: The Last Knight, it was solidified in my mind that Michael Bay is just not good at good villains. Sure, many people love and hate the man for a variety of his… Continue Reading →

Anticipating The Last Knight, Cluelessly

I’m a pretty forgiving Transformers fan. I’ve been able to enjoy the Michael Bay films for what they are. That is to say that what they are could generally be described as a film-tech circle-jerk following a Cliffs Notes version… Continue Reading →

True Terror Happens When A Monster Calls

True terror doesn’t always come in the form of a big-budget CGI extravaganza. In fact, it feels more authentic when it’s seen through the eyes of a child and it’s directly impacting the character’s entire family. True terror happens when A Monster Calls.

The X-Files: Conspiracy

There’s no tale too tall to be told (or believable) in The X-Files: Conspiracy!

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron

Per Matt With Transformers: Age of Extinction making a killing at the box office, I realized I’d forgotten to post my review to all-time favorite Transformers-related video game. Thankfully, this one has absolutely no relation to Michael Bay!

MTAC Interview: Marianne Miller

Per Matt Marianne Miller visited the Media Suite at the 2014 Middle Tennessee Anime Convention for an all-encompassing interview discussing turning hobbies into jobs, looking ahead to the next Dragon Age video game and detailing the inspiration behind her tattoos.

Transformers: War For Cybertron

Per Matt Is Transformers: War for Cybertron more than meets the eye?

Geek Media Expo Interview: Rob Paulsen

Rob Paulsen was a featured guest at the Geek Media Expo Vol. 4 recently. He may not be quickly recognizable in person, but as soon as he speaks, you’ll instantly know his voice. As a voice actor, Paulsen has voiced… Continue Reading →

Geek Wisdom: The Sacred Teachings of Nerd Culture

With the first book to review in 2012, I would like to acknowledge the empathetic state of mind reading is alive and well. How else could Stephen H. Segal have crafted such an engrossing look into the Geek psyche? It’s… Continue Reading →

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