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Glen Ilnicki
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Glen has been reading comic books and playing video games his whole life. His unhealthy passion, however, is for film. He currently resides in Ottawa, Canada.

Academy buys 2001: A Space Odyssey shuttle for $344,000

Arguably, it’s one of the most iconic props in film history. Though its name, the Aries 1B Trans-Lunar Space Shuttle, probably doesn’t ring any bells, the recognition of its image

Fox is very close to an X-Files revival

The truth is out there…almost. There’s been much discussion about the return of the hit Fox show, The X-Files, for months, but now TV Wise reports that Fox is close

The future of Nicholas Hoult’s Beast in X-Men

Nicholas Hoult may not be a household name just yet, but this up-and-coming Brit is making a name for himself with projects like Warm Bodies, Jack the Giant Slayer, and

Academy Awards may revert back to the 5-nominee system

Recently, sources told The Hollywood Reporter that The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is considering a return to the practice of nominating only five films for the honor

Here are the Oscar 2015 winners

The results are in and the winners have been crowned! After a great year in film, Birdman came out on top at the 87th Annual Academy Awards. Sadly, this critic

Glen’s 2015 Oscar predictions

Well, another year has passed and another fine selection of films and performances have been recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The 87th annual Academy Awards

Robert Downey Jr named worst SNL cast member ever

Many readers may not know this, but a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (or New York City), the man you know as Tony Stark aka Iron

Stargate reboot recruits Independence Day 2 scribes

If you love ’90s sci-fi then this news is for you. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicolas Wright and James A. Woods are in final negotiations to write the script

Glen’s Top 5 Geeky Movies of 2014

Well, this year definitely has been a great year for genre films. I struggled to find five films worthy of my list in 2013, but this year I’m struggling with leaving

Birdman (movie review)

In the last few years we’ve seen the extended, uncut shot used in fascinating ways. Alphonso Cuaron is famous for this technique, using it in Children of Men then topping

Review: Interstellar

Many people will compare Interstellar to 2001: A Space Odyssey. Both involve epic space journeys, showcase some of our best fictional and non-fictional technology and utilize grandiose scores. Yet, you

AMC recruits Oscar winner for Walking Dead spinoff

The Walking Dead‘s highly anticipated companion series is scheduled for production later this year and AMC has recruited the veteran director Adam Davidson to bring the world to life as

Zombieland 2 in the works

What better way to kick off the month of October than with some news about zombies. And by zombies, I mean Zombieland, of course. It looks like Sony Pictures is

Chris Pratt to host season premiere of SNL

There seems to be no stopping Chris Pratt lately. He’s going on his seventh season playing Andy Dwyer in NBC’s Parks and Recreation, he’s had a number of supporting roles in

No Captain Marvel for Guardians of the Galaxy sequel

There’s some bad news for fans of Carol Danvers, the current Captain Marvel. Collider caught up with writer/director James Gunn recently at Dragon Con in Atlanta. During  a panel, among

The Top 10 Sci-Fi Films of All Time!

It took hours, days, weeks, even months, sadly, engaging in the painstaking process of browsing through the entire catalog of science fiction films listed on Wikipedia, creating a short list,

SDCC 2014: Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams in talks for Last of Us movie

When The Last of Us came out in June of 2013, it was met with wide critical acclaim while becoming the second largest video game launch of that year. Some

Shadow of the Colossus: The 16 Colossi Ranked

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information on how to defeat many of the colossi. In my opinion, Shadow of the Colossus is one of the greatest games of all time.

Jon Favreau’s Chef (movie review)

The chef in Chef, played with astounding authenticity by the multi-talented Jon Favreau, chops, minces, stirs and arranges the components of his meals with pinpoint precision as if he’s a

Game of Thrones season 4 finale coming to theaters…in Canada

Still shaken up by this week’s Game of Thrones episode? As if the show wasn’t exciting enough, fans will get a chance to watch it on the big screen. No,