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By Trent Seely On 24 Jun, 2013 At 11:49 PM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With 6 Comments
man-of-steel

He can’t fly, but he can leap over tall buildings. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen an excellent Superman film. The original 1978 flick and its sequel Superman II, both starring Christopher Reeve as the iconic hero, remain classics but the past thirty years have not been kind to his legacy. Superman III … Read More


By Nick DeLong On 28 May, 2013 At 01:07 AM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With 5 Comments
Megadeth - Super collider 2

**Several special editions of Super Collider will be available at retail for American and European fans, but I`ve not been able to listen to the bonus tracks as of now, so this review is based on the eleven tracks present in its standard edition. With their newest release Super Collider, veteran thrashers Megadeth faced their … Read More


By Trent Seely On 22 May, 2013 At 02:16 PM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With 5 Comments
Into_darkness

Conquest is easy. Control is not. After 2009’s Star Trek continuity reboot, J.J. Abram’s iteration of Roddenberry’s beloved science fiction universe held nothing but potential. Due to just a handful of timeline changes, this film was free to not follow the same flow as the original series or films. People could die. Planets could cease … Read More


By Trent Seely On 13 May, 2013 At 11:53 PM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With No Comments
the-great-gatsby

Being one of the most widely recognized American novellas of the 20th century, The Great Gatsby has already invaded the minds of millions. A cautionary tale of the American Dream, it has been examined by numerous high school classes, including my own, and it can often be seen on various top twenty or top fifty … Read More


By Trent Seely On 6 May, 2013 At 03:07 PM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With No Comments
Iron-Man-3

Mr Stark, today is the first day of what’s left of your life. What is it that makes a movie excellent? Is it the way it is written, shot, or acted? Are spectacle and visual flair enough to fully engage an audience? Can a ho-hum narrative push forward on the strength of its characters alone? … Read More


By Nick DeLong On 4 Apr, 2013 At 10:45 PM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With No Comments
God of War Ascension - Kratos

First off, allow me to introduce my new Quickie Reviews.  It’s really just a way for me to express my opinion on a game, assign it a tidy little score (yes, I believe in scores) and move on without having to dwell too much on the details.  They’re an outlet for me to give my … Read More


By Trent Seely On 18 Mar, 2013 At 02:55 PM | Categorized As Main Featured, Reviews | With No Comments
oz-the-great-and-powerful

Oz the Skeezy and Over-the-top I don’t know what Disney’s fascination with semi-sequels and sort-of prequels to popular children’s tales is, but it’s starting to get me down. In the same vein as Tim Burton’s atrocious Alice in Wonderland, Oz the Great and Powerful is Disney and Sam Raimi’s continuation of The Wizard of Oz … Read More