Melissa returns from the live-action mega-game “Dragon Thrones,” (played at an actual castle in Bryn Mawr, PA,) to give us her first impressions. The “LARPing” talk continues as Jon talks about his reading of Stranger Things as a millennial and role-playing newbie.
Authors Jon and Melissa Matos spotlight a show SciFi.com described as “part X-Files, part Indiana Jones, part Moonlighting.”
When our cruise ship docked in Havana, Cuba on the morning of June 4th, we hurried up to the deck to get a glimpse of the city.
Aliens. Time travel. Portals into another world. These are mainstays of science fiction, and can make or break an audience’s viewing experience.
As X-Men films gaze further and further into their fuzzy blue navels, the original comics remain cult classics.
Mon-Stars were around long before Space Jam. Giant blobs and fifty foot women towered above the audience in glorious 35 millimeter monochrome, but in 1956, the king of the monsters was anointed.
Lewis was a man of many words, but only one woman made him speechless.
The classics captured Lewis and Matt Crotts much in the same way.
How do you solve a problem like Tolkien?
Seventy years ago, if you walked into the right bar in Oxford, England, you might have heard J.R.R. Tolkien reading an epic poem,
The sun sets on a decade of dynamite entertainment, with the definition of blockbuster bliss. Melissa and Jon revisit the start of their superhero fandoms and review the latest chapter in the Marvel saga, Avengers: Endgame. Maybe you'll laugh, maybe you'll cry, or...
For Lady Mormont
Spoilers if you haven’t watched up to GoT S8 ep3
If brownface could kill, would it murder your movie-watching experience?
Odette shot up, not wanting the Bidet-bot to scorch her for sitting too long. The music only started if you were sitting without urinating or defecating for ten seconds. Odette didn’t know which she feared more: hot water to the crotch or Muzak.