I’m a big fan of westerns. I also happen to be a fan of science fiction. To top it all off, I have a weakness for genre-mashups, so as you can imagine, when I first heard about Cowboys & Aliens, it immediately earned a spot
There is little doubt that James O’Barr’s graphic novel, The Crow, is among the finest graphic novels ever created. In addition to the masterful graphic novel, the story launched a merchandising empire, a TV serial, several prose novels, and of course, the film franchise, including
Last month, the United Nations declared access to the Internet to be a fundamental human right. While I have little doubt that such a declaration from the UN will have much the same effect on the wider world as any other declaration from the UN,
Tonight, Captian America: The First Avenger is opening on three screens my local cineplex, no doubt filled with ample amounts of ass-kicking, explosions, and all the goodies that come with summer superhero films. I however will get to enjoy hearing it all through the wall of
My dear readers, what a milestone we have reached today. On this day, one year ago, at the urging of some friends I started this blog. And what a year it has been. First, let me begin my saying just how astounded that I’ve managed
A few of my readers may not be aware that there is actually a set of rules for the Internet. Serving as the equivalent of the Ten Commandments in many web circles, they were written by the Internet’s closest equivalent to an all-powerful God, Anonymous.
Having just seen Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 let me simply say it is easily the best in the film series. While I will not be reviewing it in this post, it is very solid, well done film that is help back