Is it possible to stop thinking about work on the weekends? Perhaps not entirely, as you probably know. However, if you’re thinking about work on the weekends, odds are you care about your work, meaning you probably have a pretty decent work ethic. So, take a step back, and realize that the weekend is a time … Continue reading How to stop thinking about work on the weekends!
Yes, it’s a real thing. I didn’t really know about its public formality until fairly recently when a friend (with a bitchy resting face) commented on it and showed me the video below. You can imagine I was surprised and pretty relieved to know that this misinterpreted facial characteristic had an official title, that my … Continue reading How to Deal with ‘Resting Bitch Face’
What is AmazonFresh, you ask? AmazonFresh is a subsidiary of Amazon, and it’s revitalized the way you do your grocery shopping. Launched in 2007 as a beta (it was initially only available to residents of Seattle), the delivery service expanded in 2013 to areas of Los Angeles and San Francisco. The service offers grocery … Continue reading Would you… try AmazonFresh?
I shouldn’t need to tell you this, but in case you don’t already know, I’m going to tell you: Guillermo del Toro is awesome. You might be familiar with him, since his name is all over everything these days, from novels (The Strain trilogy) to Hollywood blockbusters (Pacific Rim, The Hobbit Trilogy) and with the recent … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Guillermo del Toro is Awesome
So, you’re walking across the stage at your college graduation, preparing yourself to receive that diploma you worked your ass off for (give or take) four years to get. It’s such an exciting time! It really is, so drink it in! Because shortly after obtaining that certification, the door to adulthood swings open and before … Continue reading Life After College: It’s a Marathon not a Sprint
Jack McBrayer, star of Tina Fey’s 30 Rock and contributor to Conan’s late night show, has a new project coming to Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, and it looks to be a riot.
Post-apocalyptic plots are a dime-a-dozen nowadays courtesy of mainstream favorites like The Hunger Games and Divergent, but Snowpiercer’s a little different. In 2014, an experiment to thwart global warming causes an ice age, and the planet’s remaining habitants retreat to a huge train known as Snowpiercer, which travels on a global track. Throw in a … Continue reading Why ‘Snowpiercer’ is everything sci-fi needs in 2014
As I continue to think about how awesome his new time-travel flick Edge of Tomorrow is, one thing escaped me that I would like to bring attention to: Tom Cruise doesn’t age. I mean seriously, it just seems like at 51, his perfectly symmetrical face and athleticism are shining brighter than ever. So, to commemorate … Continue reading Lights, Camera, ACTION! A Look at Tom Cruise’s Best Heart-Racing Roles
The Strain, coming to FX this July, will likely be an infectious, unstoppable force and not just in the context of the story. Here are a couple of reasons why:
Joss Whedon is a man of many trades. When he’s not utilizing comic book heroes to defeat alien evil, he’s creating equally interesting characters on a much smaller scale, like 2012’s micro-budgeted Much Ado About Nothing (based on the Shakespeare play). This year, his indie feature is a romantic dramedy known as In Your Eyes. … Continue reading ‘In Your Eyes’: Nikki Reed and Michael Stahl-David Talk the Film’s Unique Love Story
The Tribeca Film Festival was founded in 2002 in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks of the World Trade Center, consequently affecting the Tribeca neighborhood in lower Manhattan. Co-founded by Robert De Niro, the festival’s mission is to recognize and celebrate NYC as a major filmmaking area, while also contributing to the long-term recovery … Continue reading Five Flicks To Keep An Eye On At This Year’s Tribeca Film Festival
With last year’s Academy Award-winning Gravity, it looks like modern sci-fi in entertainment is getting the quality recognition it deserves. Award-winning sci-fi productions like that are few and far between and the best ones really get those wheels in your head turning. It looks like there will be several of those in 2014 as we … Continue reading Hollywood Sees Dawn of New (and very Sci-fi) Era!
The powerhouse that is Marvel Studios has recently revealed another super team that isn’t The Avengers or Guardians of the Galaxy: The Fantastic Four, directed by Josh Trank (Chronicle) is set to be released June 19, 2015. Obviously, Marvel wants to continue their string of successful superheroes on the big screen that arguably started with … Continue reading Marvel set to reboot ‘The Fantastic Four’ with a fresh take on the classic comic
You may be a little tired of hearing about the comic book film/TV casting updates that have surfaced over the past few weeks/months, but chances are, if you’re reading this, you’re not. Just as Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons were recently cast in the Man of Steel sequel, the world of D.C. (from comic to … Continue reading What’s the Big Deal About… Ben McKenzie as Jim Gordon?