Book Review: Crimson Peak -The Official Movie Novelization


I haven’t been to the theater to see Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, but luckily the novelization worked well enough that I’m sure I can enjoy both as separate works. The Gothic horror novel, much like the movie I assume, is full of vivid scenery and intriguing characters. I thought perhaps the period setting would

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Book Review: Sleepy Hollow: Creating Heroes, Demons and Monsters


For those unfamiliar, Sleepy Hollow is a Fox TV series; it’s an adaptation of the Washington Irving short story, ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’, which has been adapted many times before, most notably the 1999 Tim Burton film Sleepy Hollow.  Titan Books has released Sleepy Hollow: Creating Heroes, Demons & Monsters by Tara Bennett and

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REEL DEALS: The Complete Series of FRASIER is Only $49.99

Reel Deals Frasier

The character of Frasier Crane debuted on Cheers at the beginning of the show’s third season and although he was only intended to appear in a small number of episodes, the character was such a hit that not only did Kelsey Grammer stick around for the remainder of the series,  but his character was the

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Box Office: SPECTRE Holds with $35.4 Million Over the Weekend


To no surprise, Spectre remained the number one movie in North America for a second week. The Bond film brought in an estimated $35.4 million; Spectre had no real competition thankfully. Next week however, the final Hunger Games arrives. Peanuts held on in second place with an estimated take of $24.2 million. That’s not a

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‘Outsiders’ Trailer: Watch for this TV Series in 2016


This would be the first time I’ve even heard of this show and the network it’s on, but it already has me excited. WGN America has released a full trailer for their new Appalachia-set fringe society drama, Outsiders, created by award-winning playwright Peter Mattei. Here’s the official synopsis: A struggle for power and control set

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Harrison Ford Talks INDIANA JONES 5 and STAR WARS


Every so often, Harrison Ford comes out of his grumpy cellar to talk to the movie universe and come over to the geeky side. He’s played two of the most iconic characters of all-time and recently opened up about how he would be happy to play these rough and tough guys as long as he’s

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FINDING DORY Trailer: Memory Is a Tricky Thing


Disney and Pixar have released the first trailer for Finding Dory, the highly anticipated sequel to the 2003 classic Finding Nemo. Andrew Stanton returns to direct the story which has Dory (Ellen Degeneres) searching for answers about her past and her family with the help of Marlin (Albert Brooks) and Nemo. Dory seems to have

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Box Office: SPECTRE Has the Second-Biggest Bond Opening Ever


Spectre has a few hurdles coming its way in the form of competition, but its opening weekend draw should prove that people still want Bond. It will go down as one of the biggest openings of the year and the second biggest opening for a Bond movie after Skyfall’s $88 million. The movie has a

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Book Review: The Art and Making of The Peanuts Movie

The Peanuts Movie Book Review

When the news first arrived that Charles Schulz’s Peanuts would be making their return in another animated feature, I was optimistic; then we found out that it would be a computer-animated affair and my optimism fluttered away like Charlie Brown’s kite caught in a tree. How could you possibly take Schulz’s simple yet iconic drawings

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