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Suburbicon Review – Take A Trip To The 1950’s

I was asked earlier this month how I would describe the movie Suburbicon in a one line review. It took some time to think of how to describe this film with just one statement. I had to use three other movies to describe this one, so it definitely hopes that people know those other three films. Here […]

5 Things Ray Is Anticipating For BlizzCon 2017

This weekend is a busy weekend for Blizzard Entertainment and fans of the Blizzard family of games. It’s BlizzCon 2017 weekend, and there will be announcements and fun to be had by all. Since this weekend is BlizzCon weekend, I have decided to make a list of the five things I am most anticipating from […]

Star Trek: Discovery Renewed For Season 2

CBS All Access has announced that Star Trek: Discovery has been renewed for a second season. The U.S. subscription service saw an increase in subscribers since the show debuted in late September. In fact, they broke their own single day record for new subscriber sign-ups. Star Trek: Discovery aired the first episode on television to the tune […]

Deadpool 2 And New X-Men Movie Wrap Filming

This past weekend, Fox has called wraps on two of its Marvel movie projects. Director Rhett Reese announced via Twitter that Deadpool 2 has completed filming. The film is due out in June of 2018 and, while filming has finished, there is still a lot of work yet to do. That’s a wrap! Deadpool 2 is in […]

‘It’s Not Too Late’ – T Bone Burnett – Track Of The Day

Today’s Track of the Day comes to you from the show Mr. Mercedes. I have been enjoying this series very much. The show stars the great Brendan Gleeson as a retired police detective. At the beginning of each episode, we are shown a television screen with a logo of ‘Good Morning Ohio’, and playing on an old […]

Star Trek Discovery – Behind The Scenes

It has been 12 long years since there was a Star Trek television show on the air. This is the second longest gap in the franchise’s history. The record is 13 years between Star Trek: The Animated Series and the much beloved Star Trek: The Next Generation. In mere days, that absence will be no more, as Star Trek: […]

‘The Show Must Go On’ – Queen – Track Of The Day

Today’s Track of the Day comes from the greatest band in the history of music, Queen. I have chosen ‘The Show Must Go On’ from the 1992 album Innuendo. I think the way Freddie Mercury sings this song is just so special, and it always invokes emotion. This song chronicles the power and fight that Freddie had right […]

‘Tom Sawyer’ – Rush – Track Of The Day

Today’s Track of the Day is from a legendary Canadian rock band. Rush released the song ‘Tom Sawyer’ on their 1981 album Moving Pictures. It was the first song on the album and really showcased what Rush was all about. Geddy Lee has stated that this song was the bands “defining piece of music… from the early 80’s”. I […]

Bryan Fuller ‘Pushed Out’ Of Star Trek: Discovery?

Star Trek: Discovery is all set to debut on September 24 after being pushed back twice. The first time the show was pushed back saw Bryan Fuller, who was to be the showrunner, replaced. At the time it was being reported that the split was amicable as Fuller was also working on American Gods at the time. Variety is […]

The Real Ghostbusters – Saturday Morning Cartoons

My memory of Saturday Morning Cartoons gets a bit fuzzy at times. Every time I have to choose one to write about, I take a stroll down memory lane. This week I am going to try and remember a wonderful cartoon called The Real Ghostbusters. The Real Ghostbusters began in September of 1986 as an animated […]