Titan recently re-released Philip Jose Farmer’s alternate history sci-fi adventure novel, The Other Log of Phileas Fogg, an obscure novel, which has not seen a printing for nearly forty years.
Illumination Films has released a Blu-ray/DVD combo set for its animated Dr. Seuss adaptation.
The new Total Recall film is a fun sci-fi flick, but it did have the potential to be a great movie.
Zach Wienersmith’s interactive novel is a challenging and interesting narrative, if a bit juvenile.
Bryan Dietrich’s The Assumption is far from a typical book of poems, but we were already congnizant of this from reading previous works such as the phenomenal Prime Directive.
The first season (book) of The Legend of Korra recently came to a close. Fortunately, the show has thus far surpassed its grand predecessor.
The final Nolan Batman film is mostly what I expected it to be. I'm not sure it would be possible for any film to live up to this film's hype, but it comes close.
After a respectable run of 7 years and 5 seasons, Eureka aired its long-awaited final episode this week.
One of the most awaited verdicts in geekdom is finally in.
I wasn’t all that upset to see the first Green Arrow creative team switched out - because the original reboot portrayal of the Green Arrow was almost too immature.
The first season of Person of Interest recently came to an end, and it’s only gotten better with time.
The new ongoing line from Valiant reimagines an intriguing history of powerful mentalists.
There should definitely be a lot of showbiz punditry surrounding Pixar's Brave.
David Kowalski ‘s The Company of the Dead starts out well, as we are thrown headlong into a time-traveling action story.
Prometheus is Ridley Scott’s long-awaited return to science fiction.
G.I. Joe Renegades: Season One, Vol. 1 DVD is out now, and it’s a fun return to the classic cartoon franchise.
The second season of Game of Thrones has come to a close, forcing us to wait nearly a year for more of the epic tale.
John Carter comes to Blu-ray on June 5th. Here’s a chance to win a copy for yourself.
This book of fantasy poetry will delight the fairy tale fan.
Snow White and The Huntsman sticks to the original tale pretty closely, finding ways to work in each classic element, while adding its own tidbits like a good adaptation should. Unfortunately, it feels like it tries a bit too hard.