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Film Review: Man of Steel (2013)

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Reviews, Movies 14 June 2013 · 406 views
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Feeling a little more awake and alert after...


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America Attempts Godzilla

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Comic Books, Movies 14 June 2013 · 264 views
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I should actually be writing a review of Man of Steel, which I saw earlier tonight, while it's still fresh in my mind, but I am way too tired to analyze the film that closely. I don't know what it is about movie theaters, but by the time I get out of there I am just completely exhausted. Maybe it's the dim lighting, or the sudden change...


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Animation Review: Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman (2003)

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Reviews, Cartoons, Movies 11 June 2013 · 367 views
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Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman takes place shortly after the highly acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series (more...


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Film Review: Gregory Go Boom

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Reviews, Movies 03 June 2013 · 354 views
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Gregory Go Boom is a short independent film starring Michael Cera...


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Film Review: Iron Man 3 (2013)

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Reviews, Movies 28 May 2013 · 349 views
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Wow... okay. I just don't really know how to articulate my feelings about this movie, and the fact that I am so completely...


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Film Review: Predators (2010)

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Reviews, Movies 27 May 2013 · 355 views
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As promised, I conclude the stand alone trio of Predator films with 2010's entry: Predators. Easily better than...


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It's Sad to See Things Go

Posted by Nathan DiYorio , in Books, Movies, Video Games, Comic Books, Cartoons 22 February 2013 · 279 views
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As both a collector and a player, it's really sad to see pieces of a franchise's history disappear to the tides of time. I'm not even talking about things like the Sega GameGear, the GameBoy Micro, or the McDonald's toy lines. Not directly, anyways. What I'm talking about are some of the lesser games, the children's novels, the DIC...





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