Marvel is well into its 3rd phase & preparing to introduce new superheroes in 2016. Here are some of the upcoming Marvel movies we anticipate will have a huge impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
This review also appears on Revolution Science Fiction. Check their reviews, podcasts, and more at RevolutionSF.com. Dragon Ball Z returns to U.S. theaters with a new feature film, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F. The film brings beloved characters face to face with an iconic villain, Lord Freiza (Voiced by Chris [Read More…]
When I travel, I like to find activities or attractions that speak to my geek passions. Luckily, when I visited Gary Mitchel of RevolutionSF.com in Seattle, WA last month, he was on the same page. One of the highlights of my trip was our visit to the EMP Museum. The [Read More…]
Digging Up the Marrow will be available through limited theater release and Video on Demand starting February 20th. Misty Pendragon shares her thoughts on the horror documentary after a special screening.
I am a fan of film and a sucker for a theme. Enter the holiday season! Personally, the holidays are one of my favorite seasons and the perfect time to indulge my eclectic taste in movies. Below, I have compiled a list of 24 titles which are on my “must-see” holiday movie [Read More…]
In this issue, Jessa Phillips interviews Susan Lee, the creator of Wraith of Love. Wraith of Love is an online graphic novel, currently in the midst of an Indiegogo campaign to transform the property into an independent film. Wraith of Love follows Jameson Mercer who survives a suicide attempt and realizes she has the ability to sense those in [Read More…]
In this Bonus issue, Kellen Harkins, Amanda Brand and Jessa Phillips started with talking about the All-New Captain Marvel. The conversation took a turn and we spent some time discussing the troubles with making a female superhero movie, fan produced web series and the highs and lows of shopping at [Read More…]
Tonight Marvel Studios is taking fans inside the studio for a closer look at their cinematic universe which has attained box office success and has pop culture icons back on the big screen. Marvel has seen unprecedented success, reminding comic fans why we hold characters such as Iron Man [Read More…]
It takes a certain kind of fan to enjoy Syfy Original Movies. The appeal of these films vary from person to person; whether it stems from an appreciation of the tongue-in-cheek nature these films embrace, to fans supporting actors they enjoy, to people who enjoy sharing these movies with a [Read More…]
In case you have spent a majority of your time under a massive rock, chances are, you have noticed changes to the movie watching experience. In the past decade alone, it’s been amazing to see how the entertainment and technology industries have worked together – combining efforts in an attempt [Read More…]
There’s little more satisfying for a movie fan than actually owning an item that has featured in their favorite film! These days there’s a big industry surrounding the resale of genuine movie props to fans, with props valued for their rarity and prominence in the film. You can browse props [Read More…]
The indie comedy, Pulp, made history last year by becoming the first film to be released on Xbox Video in the UK. Since its initial release, the film has gone on to find audiences in Australia and New Zealand, as well as garner attention in the London Comedy scene. With [Read More…]
There have been four “eras” of Batman in film. The first was the Adam West classic from the 1960’s TV show, directed by Leslie H. Martinson. Then came the quick succession of four films by Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher. Most recently, we’ve seen Christopher Nolan’s gritty reboots. You can [Read More…]
Superman is in theaters once again. This time, Henry Cavill (Immortals, The Tudors) takes up the mantle of America’s Superhero against Michael Shannon’s (Take Shelter, Boardwalk Empire) General Zod in this summer’s blockbuster, Man of Steel. Like all geeks, there were opinions that had to be shared. So, a council was formed [Read More…]