MarvelCover
28 Oct 2014

Marvel Studios Lays Out Cinematic Universe Through 2019

Earlier today, Marvel Studios announced the next phase of motion pictures from their empire. One new change that was not previously known is the split of the third Avengers movie. We will now get four total movies featuring The Avengers. I can only imagine this to be a good idea

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TheBlacklistEp6
28 Oct 2014

The Secret is out | The Blacklist “The Mombasa Cartel” Review

Just in time for Halloween, The Blacklist gives us an episode about monsters taking the shape of humans. Of course, these are figurative monsters, but I’d say that a person who hunts other people for sport is a monstrosity. One cause for concern is Ressler’s addiction to painkillers. At one

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ScorpionHetty
28 Oct 2014

A Perfect Forgery | Scorpion “True Colors” Review

Scorpion’s Sixth episode, “True Colors,” starts with the team getting berated by an FBI agent beside a burning car. The geniuses all seem to be battered and dirty; something must have gone wrong. In order to find out what happened in the past 24 hours, the team must talk to

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Constantine
26 Oct 2014

Light’s Out | Constantine “Non Est Asylum” Review

These days, audiences seem to embrace the anti-hero. Welcome to the fold, Constantine, one of DC Comic’s snarkiest anti-heroes. According to his business card, John Constantine is an Exorcist, Demonologist, and Master of the Dark Arts. In sarcastic fashion, Constantine continuously mocks himself about being a Master by saying that

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TheBlacklist_Ep5
22 Oct 2014

No Quiet on The Global Front | The Blacklist “The Front” Review

Episode Five, “The Front,” comes to us at a very odd time about a group of radicals using pneumonic plague to start a global pandemic. The Front is a group of radicals that believe that humans are endangering Earth as we know it. The leader of the group, Maddox Beck,

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Scorpion_Cover1
22 Oct 2014

Playing with Fire | Scorpion “Plutonium is Forever” Review

Episode 5, “Plutonium Is Forever,” starts with a man surrendering in the middle of the desert. The only words he speaks are to ask for Walter O’Brien. When Walter is brought in to see him, they share an awkward exchange. Walter explains that the man, Mark Collins, used to work

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CBS _Cover
16 Oct 2014

CBS Joins The Streaming Trend

On the heels of HBO’s announcement of a streaming only service, CBS is joining the streaming game. For $5.99 per month, CBS is offering a streaming service called CBS All Access. CBS All Access is available today, and they are offering a free week long trial. With CBS All Access,

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HBO
15 Oct 2014

Cord Cutters Unite, HBO To Offer Streaming In 2015

Could this be the start of an a la carte future? Starting next year, HBO will offer a standalone subscription that will not require you to have a cable subscription. For all the cord cutters out there, this is terrific news. In 2015, you will be able to stream your

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The Blacklist
14 Oct 2014

It’s All In The Genes | The Blacklist “Dr. Linus Creel” Review

The Blacklist’s Episode 4 of Season 2 makes the best of us feel the need to look over our shoulders. Conspiracy Theorists are shaking their fists and saying “Aha!” This episode is about Dr. Linus Creel. Dr. Creel is conducting experiments on people who possess the extreme warrior gene. This

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ScorpionEp4
14 Oct 2014

What Happens In Vegas…| Scorpion “Shorthanded” Review

Episode 4, “Shorthanded,” starts with the team working on a Government case with Agent Gallo. Once they wrap up the case, they say goodbye to Agent Gallo before packing up to take a private case in Las Vegas. Although Gallo believes that they aren’t ready to handle private cases, Walter

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LeaSeydoux_Cover
11 Oct 2014

The Next Bond Movie Has Its Femme Fatale

No Bond movie is complete without its Bond Girl and the next film has landed a familiar face.  After the hugely successful Skyfall, Bond fans everyone are chomping at the bit for the next Bond film featuring Daniel Craig. Other than James Bond, the next big casting news is always

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Scorpion_Ep3
07 Oct 2014

A Family | Scorpion “A Cyclone” review

Scorpion opens up with what appears to be the team working with the military on a high profile case. Through bickering and panicking, the team causes hostiles to catch them. Luckily, this is just a training exercise, but the director of Homeland Security is less than pleased with the way

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