On June 25, the pilot of the CW’s upcoming new superhero show, “The Flash,” leaked online. And holy crap, you guys, it’s amazeballs.
HBO’s new hit comedy series “Silicon Valley” is the story of a group of socially awkward computer techs that finally get their break.
There is nothing like sitting down on a Saturday night with some good food, a cold Ninkasi, and a great movie – unless of course that great movie is a documentary that completely discredits your childhood hero.
“The Spoils of Babylon,” a provocative comedy miniseries featuring an all-star cast, airs Thursdays on IFC, at 10pm.
The Kindle Fire is Amazon.com‘s hot new tablet computer. It’s the size of a paperback and light enough to stuff in a pocket or purse for easy carrying. It’s slick-looking and incredibly affordable at $200. When the Fire’s release was announced back in September, the Internet’s techblogging community screeched to a halt, stared agog, and then did an appreciative slow clap.
Released last month, the Kidneythieves’ newest album, “The Invisible Plan,” is an EP that serves as bridge between their previous full-length album and their next – by way of both theory and theme.
Check out reviews of two demo’s in this week’s Gamer’s Log!
Read this week’s review of “X-Men Destiny.”
An illustrated review of “Minecraft.”
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When you think “World’s Greatest Detective,” you might think Batman. But before Batman, there was Sherlock Holmes.
Me and my friend have been going though the list of whiskey at Downward Dog and we got the chance to enjoy the sweet and delicious Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey.
Good holiday movies have a never-ending shelf life. They will get watched and re-watched year after year. The bad ones will be forgotten before New Year’s. While it is a magical season where anything can happen, there are some common holiday movie mistakes that should never happen … again.