SDCC: Marvel

Well, this is why we’re here. This is why I have permanent back damage and could sleep until next year’s Comic-Con at this point. What do we have in store for us? RDJ intro’d the panel two years ago. Hiddleston did last year. Is James Spader going to bring on … Get hard

SDCC: Legendary Pictures

Now it’s time for Legendary Pictures and less than thrilling analysis, because I’m just trying to catch up, and wrap my head around the insanity. The guide doesn’t reveal the slate, and with Godzilla, 300: Rise of An Empire in the rearview window…what does Legendary have upcoming? The internet has answers: Crimson Peak and Dracula … Get hard

Fan Friction: “Sherlock” or “Elementary”?

An avid BBC fan, when SHERLOCK came out my initial reaction was to die of excitement before ever even watching a single episode. Then I watched it. Then I became obsessed. It’s brilliant, clever, interesting, full of talented – and beautiful! – actors, it’s superbly written with great characters and … Get hard

Nerds and Fanboys and Geeks, Oh my!

The terms “nerd” and “fanboy” have started to lose all meaning amongst pop culture fanatics. They used to signify a certain type of person: insanely smart or ridiculously obsessed with something, but now they’ve become synonymous with “geek.” The nerds are fanboys and fanboys are geeks, and all three are … Get hard

Not So Random Power Rankings: The Oscars

Don’t run away. This isn’t another in a long line of Oscars prediction columns where we pretend we know the bizarre criteria in which voters select winners (I like to think it somehow involves the infallible logic, belied by the weights & pulley system, found in Monty Python). No, this … Get hard