With Sierra revived, priority changes for indie versus popular titles


While news of Sierra On-Line‘s resurrection was unveiled back in Autumn of 2014, what remains consistent is that Sierra is maintaining their mission to enlisting independent developers to fill the revived publisher’s library. Sierra’s MacLean Marshall states: “The indie movement is happening … And for Activision not to be involved … Continue reading

Netflix’s Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and others to have no set schedule

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It was revealed earlier this week that Netflix is planning to release the other Marvel series about a year apart. Netflix wanted to make clear that they want the production to take its time so that they can make the best possible product. Jessica Jones is said to be released in … Continue reading

Chris Evans keeps convincing all of us he’s actually Steve Rogers

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If you got to watch the People’s Choice Awards recently, you probably saw something special. Not only did Betty White win an award, she was also helped up on stage by none other than Chris Evans. Marvel’s own Captain America helped the 93-year-old star up the stage in a wonderful … Continue reading

15 Reasons We’re Excited to be Geeks in 2015

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As 2014 comes to a close, we had many things to be proud of as geeks this year. (It almost seemed like we spent most of the year looking forward.) Sure we had Captain America: The Winter Soldier, another season of Sherlock and witnessed the soaring popularity of Arrow, but … Continue reading

RIP ‘Lost Boys’ and ‘Gilmore Girls’ star Edward Herrmann

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Edward Herrmann, known famously for his role as family patriarch Richard Gilmore in the WB’s Gilmore Girls and as the head vampire in the 1980s film Lost Boys, has passed away today at the age of 71. Herrmann had been battling brain cancer and been in the ICU for the last few weeks. … Continue reading

2014 was the ‘Year of the Cumberbatch’


It seems like 2013 was the “Year of the Cumberbatch” with the British actor landing Star Trek: Into Darkness, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and appearing in the Oscar-winning film 12 Years A Slave. But, that does not compare to this past year for Benedict Cumberbatch. The third season of … Continue reading

The Batman vs. Green Arrow movie crossover we’ll never get

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Here’s a fan-made trailer featuring Christian Bale’s Batman going up against Stephen Amell’s Arrow. We all know Batman would easily take out the Green Arrow in the comics, but for the film it would’ve been a very entertaining battle. Here’s an example of Batman quickly countering the Green Arrow’s attack … Continue reading

‘Mother’ is always watching, a daily tracker review


We rely on technology every day to help improve our daily lives, especially when it comes to lifestyle choices. I own several pedometers and fitness monitors, a temperature monitor for my pets, an alarm system for my home, and a variety of apps I use every day for daily reminders … Continue reading

Queen Mary’s Chill is a fun photo-op adventure

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Queen Mary has taken pride on its season events such as Halloween’s Dark Harbor, Art Deco Festival, and of course – its holiday event – CHILL. Why is it called CHILL? The Queen Mary created the North Pole in sunny Southern California by having an Ice Kingdom built (everything is made of … Continue reading

Four Geek-flavored Holiday films

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There are films that are staples of the holiday season, A Christmas Story, It’s a Wonderful Life and A Miracle on 34th Street all come readily to mind. However, there are films that reflect both classic holiday themes, as well as the sensibilities of an ever growing geek population. People whose … Continue reading

SNL mocks North Korea and Sony in cold open with Dr. Evil


Oh, Saturday Night Live! You are hilarious. This past weekend, SNL aired a special cold opening in regards to the recent Sony hacking scandal. It begins with “Sam Smith’s” Christmas Special, played by the talented Taran Killan, but is interrupted by Mike Meyer’s Dr. Evil (if you kids remember, Dr. … Continue reading

Nintendo created a monster with the Amiibo


It’s been nearly a month since Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo Wii U was released. With Super Smash Bros. came two accompanying items made to enhance your gaming experience, the Nintendo GameCube Adapter and the Amiibo figure line. In the last month it’s been absolute chaos. Resellers are buying up … Continue reading

5 video games with cool Christmas-themed content


Decorating and holiday festivities aren’t just for the real world. Many of our favorite video game characters and worlds also find the time to get into the holiday spirit. Here are a few really cool events that go on in some our favorite games in no particular order. Animal Crossing During … Continue reading

League of Legends: Snowdown Throwdown 2014


A lot of video games are known for adding temporary holiday content, and the folks over at Riot Games are no stranger to this. This year they have added even more customization options to their successful MOBA, League of Legends, and this year they also have a holiday-themed video to show off some … Continue reading