By Grabthar’s Hammer, Alan Rickman Will Be Remembered. Always.


Beloved British film giant, Alan Rickman, dies at 69.

British actor Alan Rickman lost his battle to cancer at the age of 69. He was surrounded by his family, his family’s statement advised.  Rickman was best known for his popular films,  including  the Harry Potter franchise, Die Hard, Truly Madly Deeply and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

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It’s time to get Shwifty!

pocket-mortysRick and Morty is one of those shows that I took a while to check out and then hated myself for not knowing about it earlier once I experienced how amazing it is. I wish I could use a time machine, go back in time, and enjoy it for the first time again and again, but R&M has taught me that time travel is a bitch. Now there is a game for you to obsess over called Pocket Mortys, and it is amazing.

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The Truth is Out There. So Is Our X-Files Revival Prep Guide


Hey, X-Philes! We’re less than 2 weeks away from the special X-Files Revival on Fox. Are you as stoked as I am? Have you been furiously re-watching 9 years of paranormal awesomeness before this epic event? No worries. Trust no one. Except your nerd friends.

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The 2015 Doctor Who Christmas Special: Whimsical, Hysterical and a Fun Series 9 Wrap-Up


Christmas Day ended with my favourite tradition: The Doctor Who Christmas special. This year’s special was a whimsical adventure featuring River Song, and it was fun and funny. Beware- spoilers ahead!

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Star Wars: The Nerds Awaken

Move over Marvel & DC! You’ve had your fun at the box office but now it’s time to step aside because Star Wars is back after ten thirty-two long years, and more importantly, it’s back sans George Lucas. Did J.J. Abrams do a good job? YES! For the most part.
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Game of Thrones: A Tale of Tragedy

Telltale Games’ latest release is Game of Thrones: Iron from Ice. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, this game is an absolute must! It is one thing to watch the show/read the books, but it is a completely different experience when you take control of the characters and ultimately, the story itself.
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They call her Jessica Jones


Yesterday, November the 20th, the Marvel Cinematic Universe got a little bit bigger with the addition of Jessica Jones via Marvel’s new partnership with Netflix. There has been a lot of hype surrounding this show, and expectations are running high thanks to its butt-kicking predecessor. Personally I am expecting nothing but pure Marvel magic to be streamed directly into my brain, hopefully I will not disappointed…. Read the rest »

New “Star Trek” TV Series to Air January 2017



Today Trekkies rejoiced over the long-anticipated news that CBS is ordering a new Star Trek series. The new series, with new characters and timelines, will air January 2017 on CBS. The series is the first of its kind to be ordered on a first-run basis for CBS All-Access.

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Shit to Watch 02



Hello! It’s time for me to let you know about the shit that’s hit our screens this October and why you should watch it. That being said, if I mentioned it in last months TIFF post there will be no repost regardless of release date. Now let’s get to  show-business. I’ll see myself out. Read the rest »

Mars Needs Matt Damon

When was the last time Ridley Scott directed a good movie? Let’s face it, Exodus, Prometheus, Body of Lies, Robin Hood…basically ALL his movies since Gladiator and Black Hawk Down have only been…okay. That’s about 14-15 years of directing “okay” movies. Has Ridley Scott redeemed himself with The Martian? All the hype would suggest…yes?
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