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DVD Review: Duck Dynasty: Duck the Halls

If you are a DD fan, you'll be in hog heaven. »»

Blu-ray Review: 22 Jump Street

[22 Jump Street is] so funny that it should come with a warning that you may laugh your dick off. »»

Review: Wonder Woman #36 by Meredith and David Finch

A new creative team takes zero steps forward, and about three years worth of steps back. »»

Axis Review: Avengers World #15 by Nick Spencer, Frank Barbiere, & Marco Checchetto

Doctor Doom recruits a team of D-listers to form a new Avengers team. »»

DVD Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 (XXXI The Turkey Day Collection)

There is no such thing as a "War on Christmas" however there is a "Christmas War." Thanks to an attack by Christmas, Thanksgiving no longer exists as its own holiday. Once upon a time, it was that wonderful Thursday when you felt like inviting over f »»

Review & Spoilers: Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #2 By Robbie Morrison & Dave Taylor

When you are creating a licensed comic, the challenge to me has always been proving that this comic is actually necessary and not just a cash grab. »»

Survivor Juan Del Sur - Episode 8 Review - Full Of Hot Air

Wow. The players on this season of Survivor are full of sh–, literally. »»

Endgame Review: Batman #36 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

Batman vs. the Justice League? »»

Retro-Reviews: An Incomplete Look At Marvel Comics' Avengers 341-402: The 90s By Bob Harras, Mark Waid & 2 Writers, With Steve Epting & 5 Pencillers, Plus Tom Palmer & 3 Inkers

It’s interesting to look at this stuff now, and see how the trends of the 90s played out in what was previously always a pretty staid and calm title. »»

Blu-ray Review: Let's Be Cops

An '80s buddy comedy throwback. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Doctor and the Devils

Mel Brooks knows that timing is everything in comedy. The same can be true about being able to properly exploit a movie. Brooks had scored an art house success when he produced The Elephant Man with director David Lynch. The film did amazingly well a »»

Blu-ray Review: UHF & The Compleat Al

Do you think Weird Al Yankovic's mom would have thought that 25 years later, her son would still be cranking out the hits? Weird Al's career has outlasted a majority of the people he spoofed. He's outlived Michael Jackson. Now two of his biggest earl »»

Blu-ray Review: Raw Force

Directors always brag about doing more with less as part of the enticement to make an indie film away from the studio system. There is a creative element that must come into play when you can't merely throw money to make things happen on the screen. »»

Open Mike Night: All-New Captain America #1/ Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #1 Marvel Comics Spoilers, Review and Debate

Sam Wilson makes his debut as Captain America, and the Mikes make our triumphant return! »»

Retro Review: Marvel Comics' Avengers #318-333 By Fabian Nicieza, Mark Gruenwald, Larry Hama, 8 Pencillers & 7 Inkers

This set issues were chosen for this review because my fifteen-year-old self stopped buying the title regularly with issue 333... »»

Axis Review & Spoilers: Avengers & X-Men #5 by Rick Remender & Terry Dodson

Can Spider-Man and Nova stop evil Avengers, evil X-Men, and the rise of a new Apocalypse? No pressure here, guys... »»

Blu-ray Review: Kingpin

Kingpin is still funny 18 years after its release, just don't expect gut-busting laughs. »»

Disney explores the deep emotion of loss with Big Hero 6 - A Review

A superhero film with a lot of heart. »»

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