Wrath of the Titans is Adrenaline Fueled Fun


The highly anticipated follow-up to Clash of the Titans, Wrath of the Titans offers plenty of action, thrills, and excitement, and actually improves upon its predecessor in terms of story and character development. When Zeus is imprisoned in the Underworld by Hades and the traitorous God of War, Ares, Perseus must rise to the occasion and [...]

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It was an Avenging Week with Avengers vs X-Men #0 and Avengers #24.1


Avengers 24.1   Issue 24.1 of the Avengers and the Avengers vs. X-Men #0 issue go hand in hand. I belatedly realized that I read them backwards, therefore let me recommend reading 24.1 first. And also just let me recommend reading them both because they are fantastic. As you probably know due to tons of hype, [...]

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Throwback Review: “Inception” Is A Riddle Within A Riddle Within A Dream


It’s a fascinating place, human mind, especially when it is dreaming. How is it possible to tell where one dream ends and another one begins? How can we distinguish dreams from reality? Inception (2010) raises these and other questions in an original and unforgettable manner. Some of the concepts are pretty mind-boggling – and re-watching this movie [...]

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New Book Releases, Week of March 25, 2012


Here’s this week’s new scifi, fantasy and horror releases. Click on the title to see the cover. Released Tuesday, March 27, 2012 Lover Reborn, by J.R. Ward #1 New York Times bestselling author J. R. Ward’s novels of the Black Dagger Brotherhood continue as a vampire warrior crosses the line between life and death…and ventures into [...]

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TOTAL RECALL teaser trailer hits the web!


  The full trailer for the new Total Recall reboot will release this upcoming Sunday, but until then, here’s a teaser trailer to hold fans over.   Here’s the movie description, for those of you who are unfamiliar: As the nation states Euromerica and New Shanghai vie for supremacy, a factory worker (Farrell) begins to suspect [...]

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Book excerpt: THE RECKONING

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The sequel to Alma Katsu’s The Taker, titled The Reckoning, is due out on June 19th. We have an excerpt for your reading enjoyment. The excerpt is below the asterisks. Not sure what the series is about? Here’s what Amazon has to say about both The Taker and The Reckoning: The Taker: True love can last [...]

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Last Week In Trailers: “Prometheus”, “Snow White and the Huntsman” And More!


The international trailer for Prometheus shows even more mythology and is a bit less action-centered, giving a new look at the story. Prometheus comes out on June 8th. Also check out the new TV spot: The new trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman, a darker re-telling of the age-old fairy tale, surely looks promising with [...]

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Is Blizzard’s new “Titan” MMORPG further along than initially thought? New tweets indicate “yes”!


Blizzard fans are well aware of the company’s lengthy but quality development cycle and their internal definition of the word “soon”. Both generally signify years or even decades of waiting for the release of new titles and sequels, as was the case with Diablo 3 (set to release this May) and Starcraft 2, which spent years [...]

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Supernatural: “The Born-Again Identity”


Spoilers Ahead Last Friday, one of the most burning questions of season 7 was finally resolved in “The Born-Again Identity”, as we learned what really happened to Castiel and if he did die or not. Another familiar character made an unexpected appearance as well, providing a nice continuity. Sam is completely unable to control his hallucinations [...]

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Estevan Vega’s Newest Book The Forsaken Available on Amazon Kindle for FREE!


A few months ago, I posted a review of Estevan Vega’s book Arson as well as an interview with the author. Vega creates extremely engaging characters who are placed in shocking, sometimes gruesome, situations which feel so real, so identifiable. This realistic feel is what sets his work apart from other authors. It is the feeling [...]

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