Friday, July 31, 2015

New Adventures Abound in “Little House Season Six”

Lionsgate brings “Little House on the Prairie Season Six” home on Blu-ray for the first time. It arrives in a deluxe remastered edition which will thrill fans of the classic television show. The audio and video quality will give audiences a whole new perspective on each episode as they see them in all-new high-definition clarity.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

KISS Members Opening Rock and Brews in Dallas, TX Area

Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of KISS have rock ‘n rolled all night and partied every day with us for the past four decades. Now it’s time to feed the hunger of Dallas residents with our very own Rock and Brews. The partners in crime continue to expand their chain of restaurants as they move into the Colony suburb.

Who Will Win in the Battle Between Archie and Sharknado?

Archie Andrews has come a long way in the past 74 years since his birth in the pages of Pep Comics. For many decades, his biggest problems were which girl to date and whether to go to the beach or play a gig with his popular rock band. Lately, his hands have been full taking on zombies, a Predator, KISS, and now a tornado filled with man-eating fish. Director Anthony C. Ferrante climbs out from behind the camera to pen the bloody good time that is Archie vs. Sharknado.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Batman and Superman Join Forces to Battle a Beastlord

The adventures of the post-New 52 Man of Steel and Jim Gordon as the mech-suited Dark Knight spill over into the pages of Batman / Superman #22. The epic “Truth” story-arc continues to unfold with “Truth Hurts.” Writers Greg Pak and Ardian Syaf deliver a tension-filled issue elegantly drawn by Vicente Cifuentes.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

"Robot Jox" Bring Their Battle Home on Blu-ray

Scream Factory gives genre fans yet another piece of Producer Charles Band’s B-movie brilliance with the Blu-ray release of “Robot Jox.” Whether they want to admit it or not, filmmakers like Guillermo del Toro (“Pacific Rim”), Paul Verhoeven (“Starship Troopers”), Shawn Levy (“Real Steel”), and many others owe a great deal of respect to Director / Writer Stuart Gordon and Band. Many of the concepts you see in their films were brought to life onscreen in “Robot Jox” first. It’s a rollicking sci-fi adventure that brought Rock'em Sock'em Robots to life before the audience’s very eyes over a decade before Michael Bay’s “Transformers.”

Monday, July 27, 2015

Justice League Investigates an Alien with God Complex

DC Comics hands the reins over to Writer / Artist Bryan Hitch to navigate the adventures of everyone’s favorite superhero team for the new monthly title Justice League of America. I don’t see what the difference is between this series and Justice League, except that it offers another avenue to bring even more adventures to readers and fans that just can’t get enough of the characters. One thing I can say for sure is it’s off to a stunning start.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Arnold Schwarzenegger Gets Personal in Zombie Drama "Maggie"

Arnold Schwarzenegger proves once and for all that he’s more than just muscle in Lionsgate’s “Maggie.” The Austrian killing machine delivers his most personal and reserved performance in a uniquely touching take on how a zombie epidemic affects the lives of one family. First time director Henry Hobson takes John Scott III’s captivating script and maneuvers George A. Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead” into an entirely fresh and intimate direction.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Damian Wayne Seeks Redemption in Robin: Son of Batman #2

Writer Patrick Gleason restores my excitement for the adventures of Damian Wayne with Robin: Son of Batman #2. The first issue of the monthly title didn’t thrill me the way I was hoping it would, as Damian is one of my favorite characters in the world of the Dark Knight. Gleason teams with artist Mick Gray to illustrate part two of the current story arc, “Fear of Blood.”

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