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The Top Five Reasons Why the “Duck-Verse” Is Disney’s Greatest Creation

1 Submitted by on Fri, 11 August 2017, 17:59
August 12, 2017 will see the premiere of the new Ducktales series starring the fantastic David Tennant as Uncle Scrooge. It will run for twenty-four hours straight on Disney XD. As the internet is a buzz with excitement about the show’s reboot/return, I thought it would be a great time to talk about the Duckberg gang being even more important Continue Reading...
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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Trailer 2

0 Submitted by on Mon, 26 June 2017, 10:59
With the premiere just under three weeks away, HBO just dropped the second trailer for Season 7 of their wildly successful high fantasy series, Game Of Thrones. The trailer opens with Sansa Stark wandering through a snowy woods, Littlefinger narrates overhead, telling some offscreen character, perhaps Sansa herself, to fight battles on all fronts, not just one enemy. After that Continue Reading...
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Neil Gaiman Hopes ‘American Gods’ Will Lead to ‘Sandman’ Adaptation

0 Submitted by on Tue, 02 May 2017, 12:59
Prolific author Neil Gaiman is no stranger to adaptations of his work, and with the TV adaptation his bestseller American Godsabout to premiere, Gaiman stated he hopes the show will help get his magnum opus, The Sandman, what fans have long been salivating over: a proper TV show.       Gaiman told The Hollywood Reporter: “The trouble with Warners, and Continue Reading...
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Stephen King Novels That Deserve an Adaptation

1 Submitted by on Tue, 18 April 2017, 15:59
It’s hard to believe there is anything left of Stephen King’s work to adapt for the big or small screen screen. His wide array of works meld genres of science fiction, horror, and suspense in a seemingly effortless fashion, and with the eagerly anticipated remake of IT set to be released this September, there is sure to be a renewed Continue Reading...
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‘My Life as a Zucchini’ Review

0 Submitted by on Fri, 10 March 2017, 08:59
Sometimes you can watch a movie and know that you’re going to cry at some point. While there are no moments that require a complete breakdown into tears, there’s no denying that there are plenty of tear-jerking moments in My Life as a Zucchini. The movie is a French/Swiss coming of age stop-motion animated film about a young boy named Zucchini. He Continue Reading...
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In Memoriam: William Peter Blatty

0 Submitted by on Mon, 16 January 2017, 11:59
William Peter Blatty passed away during the night of January 12, 2017 at the age of 89. He was considered by many to be one of the greatest writers from the 20th and  21st centuries. His work retained a slight amount of fantasy in a world composed of truth, formed over the years by his own personal experiences. Everything, from his Continue Reading...
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The Unnamed Interview Show: Joe Lansdale

2 Submitted by on Tue, 16 February 2016, 17:45
Jason Murphy teamed up with Chris to talk again with their friend, author, and legend, Joe Lansdale. We talk about the new Hap & Leonard show coming out March 2nd on SundanceTV based on Joe’s amazing series of novels. And then we talk about everything else in the world. Have you ever heard an interview with Joe? He’s not only one of Continue Reading...
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The Empire’s Heir: Why Star Wars Needs Grand Admiral Thrawn

8 Submitted by on Wed, 07 October 2015, 08:59
The hearts of many filmgoers and Star Wars fans are aflutter with the impending December 2015 release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. While this will be the first time where many people will learn about what happened after Return of the Jedi, savvy Star Wars fans that have followed the franchise for years have been able to experience an “alternate Continue Reading...
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World of UScast: Dystopian Present Ep 13: National Daze

0 Submitted by on Tue, 06 October 2015, 08:59
As Donald Trump once said…”China? China!” Join Ross, Previous Snide, Alice and Rachel as they talk about how much Hong Kong has (and hasn’t) changed in the one year since the Occupy movement.  They put high hopes in the new re-imagining of the Black Panther, and this year’s DCU TV offerings. And just for good measure, they look at the Continue Reading...
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World of UScast: Dystopian Present: Ep 11: The Dawn of our Demise

0 Submitted by on Wed, 26 August 2015, 10:59
Summertime wrap-up! Is Ant-Man not a faithful addition to the MCU canon? Are long-haul flights the only time one can rightfully enjoy Vin Diesel films? Does Moby Dick qualify as genre fiction? If we quizzed you after listening to this podcast, you might pass! Bonus points if you think Christian Slater was dreamy in Kuffs!...
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