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Arrow: Deathstroke Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 04, 2014)
Now that’s timing! I was just thinking to myself, “Whatever happened to Summer Glau?”, and here she comes back with a vengeance this week. Honestly I thought perhaps the writers had lost interest in her character, Isabel Rochev, who had not been se

Continuum Season 2 Blu-ray Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(April 03, 2014)
SyFy's hit time travel parable Continuum returns to television and mobile device screens this week, resuming from the point of departure in what is likely to be a very Back to the Future 2 style interweaving of convergence. In a release perfectly timed to

Continuum Season 2 Blu-ray Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(April 03, 2014)
SyFy's hit time travel parable Continuum returns to television and mobile device screens this week, resuming from the point of departure in what is likely to be a very Back to the Future 2 style interweaving of convergence. In a release perfectly timed to

King Kong vs. Godzilla Blu-ray Review by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(April 03, 2014)


King Kong vs. Godzilla Blu-ray Review by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(April 03, 2014)


Book Review: Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(April 03, 2014)


Book Review: Game of Thrones: A Pop-Up Guide to Westeros by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(April 03, 2014)


Mania Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(April 03, 2014)
We're reaching Everest-level heights here, the kind rarely seen by superhero movies of any sort. Richard Donner's Superman, Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, and now Captain America: The Winter Soldier: the best adaptation yet from Marvel Comics' alread

Mania Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(April 03, 2014)
We're reaching Everest-level heights here, the kind rarely seen by superhero movies of any sort. Richard Donner's Superman, Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, and now Captain America: The Winter Soldier: the best adaptation yet from Marvel Comics' alread

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The End of the Beginning Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 02, 2014)
I lamented the fact that after building up a good head of momentum in its last episode we would have to wait another three weeks until the next installment of Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. We need not have worried as the show returns from the brief hiatu

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The End of the Beginning Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 02, 2014)
I lamented the fact that after building up a good head of momentum in its last episode we would have to wait another three weeks until the next installment of Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. We need not have worried as the show returns from the brief hiatu

The Spring of '84: Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(April 01, 2014)
I'm not sure why someone decided to deliver a new version of the Tarzan story as a stodgy period drama, but by God someone did. And not half badly either. Though devoid of the pulp sense of wonder that the character thrives on, the serious-as-a-heart-attac

The Spring of '84: Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(April 01, 2014)
I'm not sure why someone decided to deliver a new version of the Tarzan story as a stodgy period drama, but by God someone did. And not half badly either. Though devoid of the pulp sense of wonder that the character thrives on, the serious-as-a-heart-attac

Odd Thomas: Blu-Ray Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 01, 2014)
Odd Thomas is based upon the 2003 Dean Koontz novel of the same name which since has spawned five sequel books. The film had a limited theatrical release before being released on home video. Director Stephen Sommers, most known for big budget films The M

Odd Thomas: Blu-Ray Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(April 01, 2014)
Odd Thomas is based upon the 2003 Dean Koontz novel of the same name which since has spawned five sequel books. The film had a limited theatrical release before being released on home video. Director Stephen Sommers, most known for big budget films The M

The Spring of '84: Romancing the Stone by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(March 31, 2014)
Romancing the Stone was originally fed to us as another Raiders of the Lost Ark rip-off, its posters and commercials promising a modern-day variant on Indiana Jones. That does the movie a great disservice. Director Robert Zemeckis -- demonstrating one agai

The Spring of '84: Romancing the Stone by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(March 31, 2014)
Romancing the Stone was originally fed to us as another Raiders of the Lost Ark rip-off, its posters and commercials promising a modern-day variant on Indiana Jones. That does the movie a great disservice. Director Robert Zemeckis -- demonstrating one agai

The Walking Dead: A Review by Hanso, Contributor
(March 31, 2014)


The Walking Dead: A Review by Hanso, Contributor
(March 31, 2014)


Hannibal: Mukozuke Review by Curtis G. Schmitt , Contributor
(March 30, 2014)
Confession: If Hannibal cooked it, I’d eat it. No matter what (or who) the “it” was. “Hi, my name is Curtis, and I’m a cannibal.” That kidney pâté de Beverly looked dee-lish.

Bates Motel: Check Out Review by Michael Henley, Contributor
(March 28, 2014)


Mania Review: Noah by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(March 27, 2014)
Noah is not a film for those who like their belief systems challenged. People who have all the answers -- who know for sure how God thinks and will be happy to correct any assumptions on your part -- will likely find it infuriating. We've seen signs of it

Arrow: Birds of Prey Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(March 27, 2014)
Several weeks back when I looked at the titles of upcoming Arrow episodes “Birds of Prey” was one I circled with anticipation. Might we see Oracle? Batgirl? Hawkgirl? Could we see any of the other members that have graced the pages of DC Comics ove

Arrow: Birds of Prey Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(March 27, 2014)
Several weeks back when I looked at the titles of upcoming Arrow episodes “Birds of Prey” was one I circled with anticipation. Might we see Oracle? Batgirl? Hawkgirl? Could we see any of the other members that have graced the pages of DC Comics ove

Book Review: The Revolutions by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(March 26, 2014)
The Revolutions by Felix Gilman (Thunderer, Gears of the City, The Half-Made World) has a startlingly complex premise, quite reminiscent of Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles, but can it stick the metaphysical landing of that much mental promise?

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