The ability to paint the pictures of the past require creative paint. What’s more creative than the colors, memories and power of – your mind? Inside this episode of Agents of SHIELD, we revisit “the past”, times we know, times we’ve contemplated, and moments we’d never – hopefully – ever dream of. Will we … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 6 “Inescapable”- Reviewed!
When you’re sick, finding out what’s wrong and then – finding a way to feel better is a priority. What happens when – what ails others – will also ail YOU and if you don’t help the effort in general, every one dies. It’s a tale as old as time, but inside this episode … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 5 “The Other Thing” – Reviewed!
The visit to HARD SCIENCE FICTION – is often – HARD. Worlds. Languages. Customs. Known facts. History – they’re all x-factors in all of it and now – let’s toss the story IN SPACE. You might think that it sounds like a recipe for disaster and detrimental impact on believe-ability, but inside of the 2nd … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 2 “Window Of Opportunity” – Reviewed!
A year gone by. 8.5 collective hours of Marvel Cinematic cannonic storytelling, emotions, and perspective have elapsed and laid groundwork for the next decade of history to come. How does a tiny, 43-minute, episodic television series somehow weave itself into all of it? The answer? We’ll share it with you as we snap back to … Continue reading Season 6, Episode 1 “Missing Pieces” – Reviewed!
Anyone with an appreciation of comics has dreamed of the time that they were IN the pages of their favorite comic book. The comic book game sadly hasn’t changed for comic creators and inside of this 10th episode of Friday The 13Th: The Series – we learn a lot about classic comic collecting, and deadly … Continue reading Our Review of “Tales of the Undead” – Episode 10
It’s often credited as the first “monster” book. The granddaddy of all monsters. A novel that dared to ask the questions of not only the moral implications of “playing God” but also what is the purpose of life? What basic human needs are most important? What lengths will we go to defend and or avenge … Continue reading Mary Shelly’s FRANKENSTEIN: A Celebration 200 Years In The Making!