Category Archive: retro

Sep
24

Horror Films Are Taking Over!

It’s been a while since a horror film ruled the box office. For the past few years, horror films like The Conjuring, Insidious, and Don’t Breath were all critically acclaimed movies that ended up delivering huge profits to movie studios. However, this was mainly due to the fact that these movies had teeny tiny budgets. …

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Sep
04

A Guide to Fan Expo

Fan Expo is a great event that happens in Toronto every year on Labour Day weekend. You can dress up like it’s Halloween and meet your favourite TV actors, movie stars, comic book artists, and voice actors. Every year, there are different exhibitions for everyone to enjoy: Thor Ragnarak costume display, Stephen King’s It – …

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Jul
26

Batman: The Killing Joke

Batman: The Killing Joke is DC Animation’s latest movie that comes out on Blu-ray August 2, 2016 but lucky for me, I got to watch it on the big screen! Like Batman V Superman, this movie also seems to be quite divisive with fans and critics. Some people hated it, while others loved it. What …

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Jun
02

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows – SPOILER FREE Movie Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows can be described with one word: Turtlerific! It’s a fun, energetic, hilarious and action packed adventure straight out of a comic book! From the beginning of the film to the end, I was laughing my shell off and enjoyed every moment of it! The film commits to …

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Jan
22

Lets go on a Dark Quest!

Yesterday, Steam released a game entitled, “Dark Quest” by Brain Seal Entertainment. For obvious reasons, I had to check it out.

Sep
20

The Soundtrack to Every 80’s Wet Dream

Electronic artist, Com Truise, live @ Coda in Toronto. The crowd sets forth on a night of retro space exploration—synthesized beats that evoke vast bitmap landscapes sprawled across dark, seductive worlds. The complex set forms the audio equivalent of a red convertible slowly cruising through galaxies, landing on desolate, murky terrain with the upmost style. …

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Sep
18

Battle of the Bricks

Growing up I distinctly remember my younger brother spending what felt like hours sifting through our toy bins, separating the LEGO bricks from the MegaBloks bricks,an act I never really cared for or understood. I mean sure I realized they were different but it didn’t actually affect myself so it didn’t matter; whereas he hated …

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Mar
28

The Next Mutation

Today, I’ve been tagged, mentioned and been repeatedly texted more than I can count regarding the release of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle trailer! If anyone knows me, they’d know I am a huge TMNT fanatic! Thanks to all of you! It’s a heartwarming feeling when people think about you over such topics you’re …

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Oct
14

In a Studio not so far away…

There is much to be said about the importance of standing the test of time, of remaining relevant and permanent, of inspiring generations time and time again. So many stories, characters, and costumes have come and gone with time, disappearing into obscurity. Of course there are also the few that have become permanent fixtures in …

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Sep
04

Make More Changes I Will

A long time ago, in a galaxy…known as the Milkyway, George Lucas, the creator of the Star Wars films seized several financial opportunities by re-releasing his Star War films again and again through new mediums with VHS box sets or DVD box sets. If the force is strong with you, you’d be able to predict …

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