By Jennifer Ravensong Conventions, or “Cons” as they are called, are a ton of fun! This is obvious by the sort of attendance you find at most of them. The largest Con in 2016 (Anime Expo) had over 100,000 warm … Continue reading The Cosplay Can-Can at the Comic Con-Con!
by Taylor Meyers At first glance, Square One Clubs may seem like some sort of money management facility or law office that is being run out of a business suite. The name, written on the door, may even be reminiscent … Continue reading Hip to be ‘Square One Clubs’
My name is Shaun Patrick and I’m co-founder of Sacramento Film Armory. We provide special FX, props, military training and advising for Independent and low budget film production here in Sacramento. Continue reading Interview with Shaun Patrick about ‘Revenge of the Dead’
Behind The Scenes The Story: She emerged from the ocean as if to be in trance; amazed by such a desolate, yet beautiful place “Where Am I? What is this place?” As she climbed atop a huge boulder, she could … Continue reading La Petite Sirene:
By: Jarime Wilhelm Recently I begin to get caught up on my backlog of games. Amongst those is Resident Evil 7. Now, this is not going to be about that, not entirely anyways. But more about the series, my recollection … Continue reading Resident Evil: A Nostalgic Journey
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We are huge Lovecraft fans. Take a little bit of Blaxploitation films from the 70’s and a little bit of Lovecraft. It’s like Shaft versus Cthulhu! Continue reading Why the World Needs a Badass Monster Killer
Idiots of the Round Table converge to discuss the iconic story of the Joker turned animated film in this Most Awesome Sauce review! Continue reading Idiots Thoughts on The Killing Joke!
I had the privilege of going to Yale University where I like to say that I was a closet musician. I studied History and Ethnic Studies basically really trying to understand my role and my identity as an Asian American immigrant in modern day America. What that means, what I can learn from the African American culture and what they’ve done as far as creating solidarity and also how to engender change in society towards a more socially just community. Continue reading Interview with Musician Joe Kye
Sci-Fi shows that ended too soon. after 13 episodes Fox canceled the Firefly series and like a leaf on the wind, it left us, leaving the fans upset and wanting more. Continue reading Into the Void:
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Gloria Conrique Wbff Pro modeling Batgirl Continue reading Hot Rod’s, Heroes & Villains
Tim brought us not only excellent short films, but burlesque shows full of fake blood drenched goodness along with fire dancing and snake dancing and of course, an uncut hi-def transfer of one of the most controversial films ever Continue reading For the Love of Horror: