A review of Ex Machina, the directorial debut of Alex Garland starring Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander and Oscar Isaac.
Jon Snow is boss, Tyrion turns down trim, and the North Remembers in this week’s Game of Thrones, High Sparrow.
Miss Oberyn Martell being awesome on Game of Thrones? Like what you saw of Dorne last week? Want to know who the most dangerous Knight in Westeros over the last couple of generations was?
Palpatine and Vader, Sheev and Anakin, go dungeon crawling in Star Wars: Lords of the Sith from Paul S. Kemp. Also, gay Moff.
Daredevil just hit Netflix to wide acclaim. Does it make the list of Top 4 original Netflix programs though?
Matt Kindt continues hitting us with VALIANT comic cosmic goodness featuring Abram Adams. The third issue makes me ask the question: Is Divinity Abram’s story?
In this VALIANT second issue Ninjak goes clubbing, Roku has that good hair, and Matt Kindt shows us Colin’s glove game.
Arya is back! In this episode Jon Snow levels up, Dany rocks, and Jaime shows off his sweet new leather jacket to Bronn.
Child of Light brings the beauty and the battle to Xbox One.
Bloodshot is back with a brand new and all slice of life VALIANT title with the great Jeff Lemire at the helm. Bloodsquirt for everyone!
The vision of a bridge probably invokes the feeling of simplicity, a means to go from A to B or vice versa, at time ornate, but more likely, sensible, serviceable, and functional, but bridges in fiction have led us to many memorable moments. Whether the Bridge of Khazad-dûm, Goats Gruff, Jon Orr, or perhaps most […]
Games of Thrones is back for Season number five! Tyrion shits in a box and throws up and Cersei goes witch hunting.
We find the remnants of our band stalking the pits of the Sinspire, patiently and calculatingly ascending lady luck’s ladder in Lynch’s Monte Carlo, the city-state Tal Verrar, marked on any map as the destination for the apex of high society and high stakes. The absurdity of the back in-saddle starting point exhibits the author’s […]
In the first installment of Catherynne M. Valente’s In the Night Garden, the first in a duology entitled The Orphan’s Tales, the ingredients are all present and the conditions are met. Clichés abound at every corner, every three steps a risk at tripping on tropes, another orphan’s story, meandering prince in tow and a quest […]