It’s what every Whovian has been waiting for since it was announced last year. Slowly, they’ve teased us with pictures and videos, and dodgey answers from the actors. But, it finally came, phasers set for stun, and was broadcast all over the world for fans to enjoy on TV and in cinema. And I can honestly say that the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary did not disappoint.
More often than not, we’ve all heard a podcast, or of a podcast. Maybe it was This American Life, or TED Talks, or the Nerdist. There are hundreds of them out there, and they’re becoming more popular by the day. They discuss a range of topics, including science, culture, music, art, odd news, normal news and more.
And then there’s Welcome to Night Vale.
For various reasons.
For those interested in wasting time on the internet, and are generally interested in pop culture, here’s a list of some interesting, funny, and sometimes ridiculous websites.
The superhero movie has become a genre of its own, and it has become even more apparent with the recent release of Thor: The Dark World. The world of comics is vast, and with each year we find new versions of old icons being released. This is my top 10 list of new renditions of classic comic book stories, chracters, and franchises in all media, not just movies. Continue reading
In honor of the anticipated release of Ender’s Game, based on the best selling book by Orson Scott Card, I’d like to discuss another book of his. It also happens to be one of my favorites.
The genre of horror spans across all kinds of media: books, movies, and TV. But none is so immersive as video games.
The new Carrie by Kimberly Peirce is one of the newest and most anticipated horror films of this season. Does it live up to the hype? Continue reading
One of my favorite Miyazaki movies, Spirited Away, summarized and debunked for your enjoyment. Spoilers ahead, my friends. But seriously, if you haven’t seen this, you should go do it. Like, now.