Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor – Spoiler Filled Quasi Review!

Before I delve into this quasi review for the third Mummy film, I should probably say a few things, so you may judge my rant accordingly. Thing the first, I have a strange fanboy love for Brendan Frasier. Don’t know … Continue reading Continue reading

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Part 2 of 2 – Saving Comics

For those of you just joining us, the comic industry is in a state of creative expansion but financial decline. With an aging demographic, little attempt at attracting younger readers, and greater choices in entertainment to compete, comics face an … Continue reading Continue reading

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Part 1 of 2 – Saving Comics

Regardless of what family members or strange bookstore owners from 80s fantasy films tell you; comics are both books and art. Sure, it is sometimes hard to look past all the spandex clad characters that grace most of the shelves, … Continue reading Continue reading

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X-files: I Want To Believe – Spoiler Free Review

I want to thank the legendary Clyde Lewis for providing a fantastic guest review. Really, who else but the master of Ground Zero Media to delve into the continuing adventures of Mulder and Scully – AD X-Files 2: Putting the … Continue reading Continue reading

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Return of a Grand Old Lady

Months ago, I remember driving down NE Sandy Boulevard and seeing the Roseway Theater was closed. Not just closed for the day, but flat out closed. Shut down. My heart sank as I thought that yet another wonderful old theater … Continue reading Continue reading

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