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2015 Comic-Con International Report – Part One


From Kirk to Kung Fu Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Hunger Games – Catching Fire’


Fire leaves one wondering where the hell the rest of the film is. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Saturday Night Live’ – Guest Host: Josh Hutcherson of ‘The Hunger Games’

SNL Josh Hutcherson

The young man best known as Peeta Mellark played it mostly low-key in his first stint as guest host. Read More »

The Duds of Comic-Con’s Hall H from Sony, Warner Brothers / Legendary, and Lionsgate

Seventh Son JB

Written by Steve Geise Every year, the movie studios trot out sci-fi-themed films to the captive Comic-Con Hall H audiences in the hopes of building momentum for their projects. Every year, many of those films are bombs. The studios figured out years ago that they could package those bombs with their tentpole projects, presenting a Comic-Con programming block of their ... Read More »

Movie Industry Can Help End World Hunger

The film industry has an opportunity to use its power to fight a global threat: hunger and malnutrition. Read More »

Book Review: The Unofficial Hunger Games Cookbook by Emily Ansara Baines

Cookbook inspired by the Suzanne Collins book trilogy ranges from very basic (the districts) to extravagant (the Capitol). Read More »

Hunger Games vs. Battle Royale: Which Reigns Supreme?

The Hunger Games and its similarity to the movie Battle Royale. Read More »

Book Review: The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins

The Hunger Games trilogy makes you think about our society as a whole, and the plot is riveting. Read More »

Book Review: Ashes, Ashes by Jo Treggiari

Treggiari’s breathtaking Ashes, Ashes is set in apocalyptic New York City. Read More »

Dystopia and the Brave New Reading World

The future may not be as optimistic as you think, but reading a dystopian novel might seriously open your eyes. Read More »