• First ‘PlayStation All-Stars’ DLC Release Date Revealed

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 07:34 pm GMT -4 by

    PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale already has a significant number of characters to master, but SuperBot Entertainment is making sure that the fun never ends. Months ago, the studio announced two new characters that would be making their way to the battle via DLC, Kat from Gravity Rush and Emmett from Starhawk. Finally, SuperBot has revealed that […]

  • ‘Merlin: The Death Song of Uther Pendragon’ – Recap

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 06:13 pm GMT -4 by

    On the anniversary of his coronations and his father’s death, Arthur and Camelot learn the lesson of just how dangerous ghosts of the past can be. After a bit of hunting in which Merlin’s incessant sneezing has ruined, Arthur and his manservant hear frightening screams. They come across a village ready to burn an old […]

  • ‘Fringe: Liberty / Enemy of Fates’ – Two Part Series Finale Recap

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 05:17 pm GMT -4 by

    It’s been a fabulous five years but, as they say, all things must come to an end and the two hour series finale of Fringe is the last goodbye for a show that reminded us just how cool science—applied or theoretical—can be. The gang is all together at the lab, wracking their brains on trying […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Avenging Spider-Man’ #16

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 03:36 pm GMT -4 by

    The Avenging Spider-Man series has basically been the modern day take on the classic Marvel Team Up series with Spider-Man. Each issue has been Spider-Man working with others to take down a common or powerful foe and this follows the same formula but is done with an interesting new twist. What kind of chaos could […]

  • Stan Lee Gives Shooting Victim A Message Of Hope

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 01:45 pm GMT -4 by

    One of the things that make comic book superheroes appealing is that when all hope is lost, they come in to save the day. No doubt Stan Lee can be considered a modern day superhero and he just proved once again why he’s so revered in the industry. Last week, Bowe Cleveland was a targeted […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Captain Marvel’ #9

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 01:15 pm GMT -4 by

    It’s a nice breather/day-in-the-life issue as Carol tries to enjoy a day off, but is interrupted when Tony Stark hacks her calendar and rearranges things. Carol takes her cat to the vet, has breakfast with a possibly homeless woman, helps a grad student with a project and… oh yeah, fights two T-Rexes in downtown Manhattan […]

  • Comic Book Review ‘All-New X-Men’ #6

    Posted Saturday, January 19th, 2013 12:24 pm GMT -4 by

    Previously in the world of the X-Men there was a world changing event where a few of the X-Men (including Cyclops) received the power of the Phoenix Force and went a little nuts. After these events ended, Beast decided that the only way to make things right was to change the past. To do this […]

  • ‘Mama’ Film Review

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 08:07 pm GMT -4 by

       Let me go on record saying that in my humble opinion, most horror movies rated PG-13 are worthless. That is not the case however, with ‘Mama’. I walked into the theater expecting the following: 1 – Lots of jump-out-at-you-from-the-darkness-with-a-bad-CGI-monster-face-and-then-hear-you-shriek-like-the-little-bitch-you-are kind of stuff. Fleeting scares, but effective nonetheless 2 – Little to no gore but lots of […]

  • Watch The Short Film That Inspired Sam Raimi’s ‘Evil Dead’

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 07:35 pm GMT -4 by

    Before there was ‘Evil Dead,’ Sam Raimi made a short film called ‘Within the Woods.’ What makes this movie so special is that this is the  precursor to the now iconic classic horror film ‘Evil Dead.’ ‘Within the Woods’ was actually made to sell investors on funding a feature-length version of the film. With a budget of […]

  • ‘King of the Nerds’ – Review

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 06:25 pm GMT -4 by

    There’s a new show on TBS that debuted last night called ‘King of the Nerds.’ The premise: Take 11 self-proclaimed nerds and pit them against each other in nerd-ified competitions for a chance to win $10,000 and be crowned King of the Nerds.  Well, of course, with a site called ScienceFiction.com, we just had to […]

  • Is ‘The Hunger Games’ Really a ‘Battle Royale’ Knock-Off?

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 05:23 pm GMT -4 by

    When I was first told about ‘The Hunger Games‘, I had the same reaction everyone else who reads Japanese science-fiction had, which is “Gee, this sure sounds like Battle Royale”. I then preceded to grumble a lot about how un-well read people are because I unfortunately can be that person. Then, after I actually got around […]

  • The Empire Strikes Back Against Government’s Dismissal of Building a Death Star

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 04:19 pm GMT -4 by

    Despite a petition garnering over 34,000 signatures, it seems the dream to build the Death Star by 2016  is over for now. This news has made shock waves not only all over this country, but through the rest of the Empire as well. In an article entitled “Planet Earth Abandons Death Star Project In Face […]

  • Winnie Cooper Fights ‘Tasmanian Devils’ In New Syfy Original Movie

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 03:31 pm GMT -4 by

      Who knew Winnie Cooper would grow up to be a flame throwing, gun toting super woman? In the latest Syfy original movie, ‘Tasmanian Devils,’ Danica McKellar shows that her years of wonder have now become a time of terror. Those who grew up in the early 90’s may remember McKellar as the young, sweet faced, […]

  • New Featurette For ‘The Host’

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 02:15 pm GMT -4 by

    Stephanie Meyer has become synonymous as the writer of supernatural teenage romance novels with her ‘Twilight Saga’ novels. Back in the same year that ‘Breaking Dawn’ was published, Meyer delved into the science fiction genre and wrote an adult romance novel involving aliens and humans called ‘The Host.’ The book has now been adapted to […]

  • Marvel Reveals ‘Thanos Rising’ Limited Series

    Posted Friday, January 18th, 2013 01:39 pm GMT -4 by

    Recently, Marvel released another new Marvel NOW! teaser featuring the word BIRTH in a familiar purple for a series by Jason Aaron (‘Thor: God Of Thunder’) and Simone Bianchi (‘Wolverine’). After much speculation, Marvel revealed this week via a new Marvel NOW! Q&A that this new title would explore the origins of one of the […]