Pokémon came into the scene and captured the imagination of millions of children from all over the world. The newfound concept of portable gaming proved to be the perfect format for what would prove to be a multi-billion dollar franchise. Continue reading →
Saga #14 picks up right where #13 left off, as is the case with more comics. I’m going to keep that first sentence in this review for one reason, and that is because it’s so stupid/obvious an observation that it’s funny.
- But there are laws. There are laws of time. Once upon a time there were people in charge of those laws, but they died. They all died. Do you know who that leaves? Me! It’s taken me all these years to realize the laws of time are mine!
And they will obey me!. –
With David Tennant at the helm, Doctor Who began its transformation from a classic British television show to a worldwide phenomenon with the arrival of the 10th Doctor. Continue reading →
Review: Doctor Who Series 2 episode: “The Christmas Invasion”
by Franco Romualdez
Did someone call a Doctor?
The parting of 9th Doctor actually came at the worst possible time for the citizens of earth. The Doctor and Rose return to the present just in time for Christmas; for those who aren’t familiar with the show, Christmas seems to be marked on every hostile alien’s calendar as the best day to invade Earth. Continue reading →
Review: Doctor Who Series 1 episodes: “Bad Wolf” and “The Parting of the Ways”
by Franco Romualdez
Having watched the Matt Smith incarnation of The Doctor first, I ready didn’t know what to expect when I decided to give the first four series of Doctor Who’s modern era a shot. Needless to say I was thoroughly surprised by how well they matched up. Continue reading →
Elysium Film Review
Directed & Written by: Neill Blomkamp (The District 9 guy).
Review by Franco Romualdez
It’s time for a Revolution!
Elysium has given Sci-Fi its balls back. In my opinion, director Neill Blomkamp has equaled, if not nearly reached, what he achieved with District 9. Elysium is a good film on the surface, but it becomes a great film when you really dig into the message Blomkamp intended to communicate. Continue reading →