By Trevor Law Star Trek is awesome. I have been a fan since I could watch TV. Some of my earliest memories are watching Star Trek: The Next Generation. It was launched the year I was born. That series spawned four movies, and three more Star Trek series came after it, Continue Reading
By Jerry Maynard Sometimes when you hear a song while you’re out (or cruising around YouTube like I do) you catch a glimpse of a song that brings back a ton of emotions and nostalgia. We wanted to do that for you today and bring back your favorite theme songs and Continue Reading
We now know the date for release, November 20, and we get to see our first look at Marvel and Netflix’s new series! I can’t wait! Check out the trailer below. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIKecSNhRv8&w=560&h=315]
So we all know that Sean Bean, the famous English actor, has a penchant for shedding the mortal coil by the time the end credits roll. Most of this is due to much of his career portraying iconic villains in the early nineties, aka the heyday of villains dying epic Continue Reading
By Kenneth Shipp Yes, indeed he can. It’s been 9 months since we last encountered Stephen Colbert playing “Stephen Colbert” and it seems he hasn’t lost any of the mojo. But for those expecting the “narcissistic conservative” hero from Comedy Central, you’ll just have to settle for the “narcissistic” version Continue Reading
The soundtrack of a film really helps to flesh out a scene in a movie and paint it in such a way that you as an audience gain the same experience that our characters in a movie are experiencing, or rather when done well that becomes the case. There are, Continue Reading
By James Nelson Based on various leaks and announcements from the set of Civil War we’ve learned that this movie is going to be action packed and stuffed to the gills with heroes. Everything I’ve heard about this movie makes it sound like it’s going to be like a third Continue Reading
For some reason everyone thinks the President will have all of this great power, to pass budget reforms, criminal justice reforms, a coherent plan to fight ISIS, and a fair immigration plan. The cold hard fact of the matter is, that just isn’t going to happen now.
I’m tired of Jurassic Park, there I said it. Wow, that was actually easier than I thought it was going to be. Guess I can just move on to other things. Wait, you want an explanation? Alright but you asked for it.
By John Ludwig This past Sunday, Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig announced his run for the presidency. Lessig, having attained his crowd-funding goal of a million dollars to finance his campaign, is hoping to get to the next stage: to participate in the democratic presidential debates, but in order Continue Reading