Max is in a Halloween-type mood and brings a review of books full of activities and other oddball titles for kids of yesteryear and today!
Pokemon X is awesome. If you disagree then you are disagreeable. You like that logic? You better or else Pokemon X and I are gonna beat you up.
Fall down the rabbit hole into the mirror world of ‘Kyousougiga’! Max offers his glowing review one of this Fall’s best new series.
I was excited to tune in to this week’s Fangasm, but would the impending drama stop me and others from continuing with the show? I thoroughly enjoyed the premiere, but […]
JEN’S REVIEW Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. finally premiered this week–I say finally for many reasons, not the least of which being that Joss Whedon is FINALLY back on TV. Second, of […]
Hot on the heels of Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay, comes a new show titled Fangasm, which follows seven super fans who move to LA and intern for Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo. One of the best things about the show is that it’s non-elimination, so these seven are here to stay (gods willing of course!).
Luckily, Regina herself gave me several quotes on the episode, including who her favorite intern is, so read on!
I can’t give you anything but love, Baby. A review of the cartoonish 1938 screwball comedy film everyone should see: ‘Bringing Up Baby’
Part 1 in a series on IHOGeek @ PAX Prime 2013 – In this issue, Intel and Square-Enix
Recently I received a copy of Elysium The Art of the Film to review. I really dug into it and when I saw the actual movie was almost a little sad, because the movie didn’t quite live up to the conceptual ideas presented in the book. That said, if you really liked the movie, then you are going to absolutely love the art book.
I went and saw Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s conclusion to their trilogy. While not as hilarious as the first two, it is a carefully crafted tale, except for…..
Max has got a quick review for a great book for kids ages 2 to 85; put on your bowling shoes for ‘Mitchell Goes Bowling’!
Kick-Ass 2 had some great action scenes, some funny dialogue, and overall I thought it was…..
District 9 was amazing. Can we all just agree on that? Neill Blomkamp hit the scene hard with that movie and so did Sharlto Copley as Wickum. It brought back the missing ingredient to science fiction. It brought back a message. It wrapped this message in a universe so fully fleshed out that one couldn’t help but to be swept away in it. It captured our imaginations and gave us one of the best modern finales to date. Expectations for Elysium are high to say the least.
Bring an umbrella: Max reviews Makoto Shinkai’s visually stunning The Garden of Words (言の葉の庭, Kotonoha no Niwa)
Combining the loveable elements from the first Luigi’s Mansion with the addictive vibe of a point and click adventure makes this sequel a large step up from the original.
Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox is the latest animated endeavor from DC Entertainment based on the Geoff Johns penned 2011 story Flashpoint set to release on July 30th. By good fortune and luck, I was able to watch it two weeks early (many thanks to the friend who “acquired” it), so how well did it adapt the story?
This week Max brings three unique reads for children of all ages; cuddle up with a good book!
What goes in to making the perfect first issue?
I liked Pacific Rim. It promised me giant robot vs. giant monster fights and that is what I got. Could it have been more than that? Sure. But it wasn’t. […]
You can take the good with the bad, a critical review of ‘Pacific Rim’; It’s a great summer action film, but it’s far from perfect.
Like the perfect wine and cheese, the strudel with le crème, or the beer with another beer, watching the right two movies back to back can bring out the finer, subtler qualities in both. That’s why I’ve assembled a list of my personal suggestions for possible double-feature nights.
“Star Wars” and Shakespeare go hand in hand in this new title from Ian Doescher and Quirk books. In fact, come to think of it, they kind of go hand in hand inherently.
For those who love fairytales; a spotlight on the surreal 1976 film adaptation of The Little Mermaid; Malá Mořská Víla
This means I have HBO now, which gives me access to HBO Go, which gives me access to Game of Thrones Season 3, which gives me access to sleepless nights, which gives me access to strange dreams of Tyrion telling me the purpose of life. Or.. some of those.
Max continues his talk about good kids media: this week focus on some comics worth picking up for kids.