Geesejuggler sought far and wide to prevent my running today’s Book Club, but the inevitable is well... inevitable so here we are! And oh look, I found candy corn in a library image! Anyways, what books have you read THIS week?
Ah, the glamorous, post-modern lives of hillbilly psychopaths. 2003's House of 1000 Corpses deliberately takes the bare bones of a 1970s horror film and reconstructs them into an orgiastic celebration of the villains. More of an extended music video homage to horror films than a horror film, it’s a bit longer than it…
This is late! But that’s OK. At least for me ‘cause I just got home! And I’m kinda tipsy and I kinda forgot I was the one who posted these threads. So... Discuss!
I still think Henry Gilroy is the best writer working on Star Wars: Rebels and the new episode written by him, “The Holocrons of Fate”, is nicely plotted. The set up with Darth Maul taking the Ghost crew hostage was nice. Though the brief mention of Maul ruling the Mandalorians had kind of a “Darth Vader built C3P0"…
How’s the week been going, everyone? I’ve finally done* with
crushing the future hopes and dreams of pre-med students grading 400 intro bio exams, just in time to watch what’s hopefully going to be a much more sober tame debate between two visually similar old white dudes.
When it comes to all things Android myself and a few others are all in, we live to read about the latest devices and scour spec sheets and fawn over designs and anything and everything else in between. But we also know that many others don’t and some prefer avoiding some of the sites where such info can be found…
Tonight, HBO premieres Jonathan Nolan’s new show about the rise of Artificial Intelligence. No, not that one (though we can only hope it rises to the same level). Despite the troubled production history, early reviews have been filled with praise. Join me below for discussion, speculation, and reactions.
Ever wonder what Steven Universe does in his spare time?
Well folks, sorry about the delay but here is our recap of Episode 2 of Gotham. I know i said i wasn’t going to do them but some of you seem to like these and don’t care if they are bit late. So i’ll do my best as long as I have people liking them.
Have you got a Marvel costume this year? Then grab your camera, because Marvel will donate 5$ for every pic you upload to Marvel Studios: Hero Acts to Save the Children to be used for children’s education in Nepal, Haiti and the US.
Hey there guys. I know i’ve been absent a lot on this blog over the last several months. I’ve been spending a lot of time over on Reddit of all places. If you’re there let me know, i’ll friend you. I wasn’t sure what the ultimate fate of Kinja was going to be. Now that it looks like things are back to normal, I want…
Timeless is a new NBC show from Shawn “The Shield” Ryan and Eric “The good seasons of Supernatural” Kripke that aired last night. How was it? It was...okay-ish.
Fun fact: In Germany the guy is actually called Walter (Waldo, Not Herzog... ;) ) Fun fact 2 - While indeed being quite well know in Germany, Herzog is far from having such a cult around him, here. I’m sure it’s the accent. His view of the world sounds better in heavily accented English than in actual perfect German.…
We’re back again! This time without another two week gap in between episodes. Welcome to the Lucifer season 2 episode 2 “Liar, Liar, Slutty Dress on Fire” spoilerific reaction, where you can share your thoughts on the show as it plays out or after it’s done.
Word has it that last week’s landmark Prog 2000 of 2000A.D. has sold out and a reprint is in the works. And today’s Guardian lauds publisher Rebellion for rebuilding the home of Judge Dredd into one of the UK’s best selling comics.
Even with meddling from studio executives, The Exorcist III is both one of the best sequels in film, and one of the best horror movies, period. In fact, while the 1973 adaptation of William Blatty’s novel The Exorcist is considered a horror classic, many fans — and Blatty himself — consider Exorcist III to be a…
Gulia Alekseyeva is a theatre artist and prop maker based in St.Petersburg, Russia. She makes these dolls from scratch using a variety of techniques. They are very elaborate and very sophisticated, both material and genre-wise.
Superman will soon be appearing on Supergirl, and this is a big deal.
For those unfamiliar with who I am, I am bangishotyou aka “the dude who’s all about ferrets” and I have some wonderful news to share regarding black-footed ferrets.