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Four Burning Questions for Zombieland: Double Tap

Obviously, it’s time to nut up or shut up… again. I was extremely excited to watch the Zombieland: Double Tap teaser trailer that was released last week, but after rewatching it on multiple occasions, I’ve got four burning questions that… Continue Reading →

Closing Mad Magazine: What, Me Worry?

Per MattFor 67 years, Mad Magazine has been an irreverent mainstay, satirizing everything from politics to the entertainment industry. Soon, Mad will close up shop, wrapping up production on new content and with the permanent closing of its doors, I… Continue Reading →

Momocon 2019 Presents the Cosplayer of the Month

This year at Momocon 2019, I had a chance to be front row at the Craftsmanship Cosplay Contest. There were over 100 entries and over 75 different cosplayers that went down the catwalk, showing off their amazing costumes!

Raisin’ Hellboy

Back from the dead, the Hellboy franchise returns to movie theaters fully rejuvenated after an 11-year hiatus.

Fandom’s Entitled Bleating Over Sonic

It’s a wonder anyone tries to create anything anymore. With an armchair, sniveling, socially broken critic in every mom’s basement, it’s hard out here for a media-maker. Take Sonic the Hedgehog. The backlash over just the mere silhouette of the… Continue Reading →

THE FALL OF NERD ROME, PART TWO: Endgame?

As discussed in Part One, Geek Culture is destroying itself from the inside, and the toxic fandom elements among us make you sometimes wish there could be a “Thanos Snap” to return balance to the geek media and convention scene…. Continue Reading →

THE FALL OF NERD ROME, PART ONE: Toxic Fandom

Geek Culture is destroying itself from the inside and the perpetrators have expanded their demographics to a diversity that would be inspiring, if it were not ultimately a force for fandom evil. Pettiness, deception and entitlement abound in the modern… Continue Reading →

Cam is an Existential Cyber Horror that Tackles Identity Theft

I was hesitant to review Cam because it didn’t really seem like a horror film to me. Quite honestly, I’d deem it more of a thriller than a horror film, but that’s just me. It’s a cyber cautionary tale that… Continue Reading →

The Phantom of the Opera Terrorizes TPAC

Per Matt Just in time for the haunting season, a new version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic appears at TPAC for a two-week engagement. The Phantom of the Opera is there…

A Nashville Zombie Walk FAQ

The Nashville Zombie Walk is returning Sunday, October 21st to Nashville’s Public Square and here’s everything you need to know.

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