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Bring out a bucket of buttered popcorn and the PJs! There is nothing quite like a family night during the holidays. Why not make it an animal-themed movie night every night for a week during the holidays? Continue reading
The Stargate SG-1 Minicaps brings you this special presentation.
In order to discuss the many seasons of Stargate SG-1 as we will starting next month, it seemed appropriate to discuss the movie that gave birth to it, the 1994 hit movie, Stargate!
Weather has finally arrived on the west coast, with rain and wind (and probably snow for those living in higher elevations) battering the state. It’s the perfect day to stay bundled on the couch and watch movies. Or marathon a TV show. Whichever floats your boat.
But what to watch? Continue reading
Welcome back, Arrowheads, to the last Arrow episode of 2014! For the majority of this season, Team Arrow has been trying to find the killer of their friend, Sara Lance, and despite all the likely suspects (like the not dead Malcolm Merlyn), have come up with a cold case. There is one lead regarding some unknown DNA samples that Felicity has dropped off to STAR Labs, but hopefully an answer will come from that, and soon. They still have to deal with Ra’s al Ghul and the League of Assassins breathing down their doorstep for answers too, and they are a little less subtle in their methods of investigation. Let’s see how that becomes a problem for everyone this episode, shall we? Continue reading
The holidays are great, right? Pretty decorations, presents, family, food, and lots of shiny baubles to distract me! But… the holidays also mean that your favorite TV shows are taking a break. Sometimes it’s a short break- just til January- but many shows today are breaking til March and allowing other shows to sneak into their timeslot. Continue reading
When I was a kid, we’d get up early(ish) on Saturday mornings to watch cartoons. Everything from Looney Toons to Spiderman to X-Men to Gummi Bears. They ran from dawn all the way to noon. Sometimes, a network would slip in something that wasn’t a cartoon, like Power Rangers or Superboy, but it was still a silly bit of family fun. Then FOX would run a couple of movies in the afternoon- usually things that today we’d classify as Syfy channel original films; things like Night of the Lepus. Continue reading
Welcome back, Arrowheads! In case you missed it because, I covered the first part of this team-up event here, Team Arrow helped Team Flash with some problems in their neighborhood, so now it’s time for Team Flash to help Team Arrow out by working on the mystery of who killed Sara Lance. So, what does all of this have to with some hit man who has boomerang blades for weapons? Complications, complications… Continue reading
PHONOGRAM by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie (Image / collected)
You ever hear a song for the first time and felt it changed you? As if somehow that song was magic that changed your life forever, for better or worse? In the world of writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie’s Phonogram, music is literally magic, and in this world, music can truly change your life. And the nightlife in Phonogram has plenty of opportunities to be taken away by the music. Continue reading
Just a short note today to say “Thank you” to each and every one of you who visits this site, follows the facebook, twitter, or google plus pages, comments (though… a little more commenting would be awesome!), and interacts with the NerdLush crew. We appreciate you so much. I’ll be honest, we do these posts and have this site for ourselves but to be able to share with so many… it is a blessing. Continue reading
Well, I just recently finished doing minicaps for Smallville, which I’ll admit took longer than I planned to do and ultimately finish. It was laid out as a year long job, and thanks to tons of mitigating factors out of my control, took almost a year and a half. But here I am, at the end of it, and now the question I have is: what show will I review next? Continue reading