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    5 Sci-Fi Books That Should Be Adapted Into Movies
    Posted in: Books, Featured, Movies

    Fantasy has made a tremendous comeback. No longer associated solely with guys wearing cloaks around a table playing Dungeons and Dragons (not that I’d ever sincerely knock that as a good time), the genre has become fairly mainstream thanks to well-produced screen adaptations of books like A Song Of Ice And Fire and The Lord of […]

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    Confessions Of A Fanboy: Why I Loved WWDC 14
    Posted in: Featured, Stuff You Play

    Alright, I’ll tell you right off the bat. I’m a massive Apple fanboy. I am among the ilk that think the world’s most exciting tech company walks on San Francisco Bay water. So you can imagine that whenever there is any kind of unveiling of the next manna from heaven, I’m going to view it with […]

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    The Top 5 Puzzle Games Ever Made
    Posted in: Featured, Video Games

    The puzzle genre is often neglected by the American market. Why? Well, we’re a little too occupied blowing Master Chief’s brains out with assault rifles at the moment. There’s so much testosterone with shooters and sports that games like this are often passed off as downloadable gimmicks or nothing more than what it appears. “Are […]

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    Her Review
    Posted in: Featured, Movies

    “Sometimes I think I’ve felt everything I’m ever gonna feel, and from here on out I’m not going to feel anything new, just lesser versions of what I’ve already felt.” That’s a line that Joaquin Phoenix‘s Theodore says in the first act of Spike Jonze’s Her, and after all the beauty of the rest of the film, […]

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    X-Men: Days Of Future Past Review
    Posted in: Featured, Movies

    Out of all of the superhero franchises that have been introduced to movie-goers, the X-Men franchise has had the most unstable past. Bryan Singer presented the X-Men to theaters way back in 2000, and subsequently resuscitated the superhero genre that had flat-lined as a result of 1997’s Batman & Robin. Or perhaps…the genre was just left…in […]

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    Why I’m Nervous About The Battlestar Galactica Movie
    Posted in: Featured, Movies, TV

    The Dwight Schrutes of the world are in a state of simultaneous excitement and trepidation as Universal Studios have announced their intention to produce a movie version of the sci-fi franchise Battlestar Galactica. With four TV series within the universe, Battlestar is a mildly (read: IMMENSELY) under-appreciated drama about the battle between humans and their […]

    Godzilla Review
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    Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla attempts to answer the question: How would the world react to a large-scale monster attack? The movie ends up actually answering: How would the world react to a large-scale monster attack if the world was populated by big dumb goons? This new Godzilla movie dedicates nearly half of its time tethering the appearance of […]