Category:  Article

By geekadmin, July 1, 2012 1 Article

  If Bruce Wayne had a house in Florida, he’d most likely have an epic home with a cool pool. I think we could venture as far to say even a Batpool. Florida Geek Scene got a hold of a… Read More »

By Mark Viola, June 25, 2012 1 Article

Comic-book movies are great; I love them, you love them, blah, blah, blah.  What needs to be addressed now is why we aren’t seeing more live action comic-book T.V.  Yeah, there are the classics, like Batman, Wonder Woman, and The… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, June 5, 2012 4 Article, Movies

Prometheus, unofficially described as a prequel to 1979’s Alien, opens in theaters this Friday to much anticipation. What started as a question (“is it an Alien sequel?”) and became the term describing it (“it’s the prequel to Alien.”), Prometheus has… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 24, 2012 0 Article, Movies, Music

It’s been almost a year since I returned from my trip to Amsterdam. Aside from going to museums, various shops and café’s and trekking through The Netherlands’s scenic (and flat) countryside I found a decent amount of underground music there…. Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 21, 2012 4 Article

Oh Television, what Kenneth from 30 Rock calls “the true American art form.” Whether that’s correct or not there’s no denying television’s a catchall of beliefs, indoctrinating the masses into the American zeitgeist. It tells what Noam Chomsky calls the… Read More »

By Scott, May 19, 2012 0 Article, News

  Happy Birthday Andre The Giant! It’s May 19th 2012 and you would have been sixty six years old today. Andre The Giant was the largest man in Professional Wrestling, billed at 7’5 and 520 pounds he was the biggest… Read More »

By Jesús G., May 19, 2012 2 Article

  Beginning Saturday May 26, Adult Swim revives the action-packed anime block Toonami. Toonami aired a tidal wave of action-oriented cartoons on Cartoon Network for over a decade starting in the late 90’s. The block introduced a huge list of… Read More »

By MikeMcHoul, May 14, 2012 3 Article

So recently it came to my attention, while watching Youtube videos of old Pokémon episodes, that there are no animals in the Pokémon world. Digging a little too deep into some pokélogic I believe that pokémon aren’t meant to be… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 11, 2012 2 Article, Music

Who out there over the age of 25 has the courage to deny they liked Guns ‘n Roses when they were a kid? I’ll wait while you pretend you always liked good music, finally admitting you liked GnR and a… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 8, 2012 0 Article, Movies

Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity is set to premier in theaters this winter. It is Cuarón’s first time directing since Children of Men six years ago, although Cuarón has been involved in multiple projects since (he produced the incredibly depressing and wonderful… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 3, 2012 3 Article

Hey, remember that show Perfect Strangers? If you’re under 30 chances are you don’t, but it’s the show that launched Family Matters and made everybody hate Urkel and the fat cop from Die Hard. If you do remember the adventures… Read More »

By geekadmin, April 20, 2012 0 Art, Article

  This is a great page sent to me by Tim Cooley, showing the differences between ships from Sci-Fi television and movies, and ships in real life. It’s very cool! Enjoy! Via:

By Scott, April 18, 2012 1 Article

So if you’re a Godzilla fan, you remember the 1989 movie Godzilla Vs. Biollante. Possibly one of the best Godzilla films ever! Well by now if you live on the net like I do, you know about the giant 1050 piece bacon burger at Burger King in Japan. No shit if this thing doesn’t look exactly like Biollante on a bun, check it out!

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, April 8, 2012 0 Article, Movies

Any list like this is subjective, but here is a solemn promise: this list is not solely based on the large horror franchises. Instead, I look at films that induce terror based primarily on one’s mortality. Death is the obvious… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, April 4, 2012 6 Article, Movies

A new version of Total Recall, based on the short story We Can Remember it For You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick, arrives in theaters on August 3rd. While the film does not feature action on Mars like the original… Read More »

By Gene Hoyle, March 30, 2012 8 Article

Faux Nerds, And Why We Should Befriend Them. (or, Why I stopped Worrying And Learned To Love The Hipsters) By: Gene Hoyle Last month I turned 41. An age where a man is supposed to begin a mid life crisis…. Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, March 24, 2012 2 Article

Mad Men, AMC’s four time Emmy winner for Best Dramatic Series returns this Sunday with a two- hour season premier. The last few weeks demonstrates AMC’s determination to draw Walking Dead viewers over. For two examples, click here and here… Read More »