In her youth, Kimberly could be found in the library, devouring books that covered everything from WWII History to Dr. McCoy's latest adventures aboard the Enterprise, with some X-Men thrown in for good measure. Saturdays were often reserved for PBS re-runs of Doctor Who and Red Dwarf. More recently, she's been riding along with the Winchester brothers, and she hopes the Impala doesn't run out of gas for a long time.
MC Lars originated what he calls "post-punk laptop rap," and it's the kind of rap that appeals to the nerd in all of us. I got hooked on his work when he was included in a mix that someone was playing while I was in listening distance and suddenly I had Read More
The first issue of the comic book series picks up 18 months after the end of the live action series. The Halliwell sisters are trying to live in their world of happily ever after but, alas, that is never going to be their lives. The Charmed Ones attract Read More
This week we're delving into tributes to one of my favorite movies, Hard Core Logo. Released in 1996, it's an adaptation of the Michael Turner novel, which follows the made-up punk rock band Hard Core Logo featuring Hugh Dillon, Callum Keith Rennie, Read More
Supernatural gets animated this January when MADHOUSE anime studio produces 22 episodes that cover not only the first two years of the live-action series, but also infuse the universe with new stories that delve into the Winchesters' backstory and Read More
New month means new theme! For July, I’m going to be looking at tribute music. First up will be a Star Trek tribute band called The Vulcan Freedom Fighters. All music mentioned is from their album Stardate Unknown and available free from their website. Read More
Closing our June's theme of "Actors Who Sing" is another Buffy cast member: James Marsters. His musical pursuits have taken him from his band, Ghost of the Robot, to an independent career and all while balancing a successful acting career as well. Read More
Last week I covered Hugh Dillon's career when he was connected to The Headstones. This week I'll be looking at Dillon's post-Headstones career. He's continued his musical exploration and expanded his genre inclusion to give his fans new and interesting Read More
While entertaining and quirky, this issue isn't meant for the regular Charmed viewer. It rehashes what is deemed important to know, but a regular viewer might keep asking “but what about...?” It's a good entrance into the world of Charmed for those who Read More
Many will recognize Hugh Dillon as Joe Dick from Hard Core Logo or his current role of Ed Lane on Flashpoint. Dillon's stage performances with The Headstones became just as, if not even more, popular as the music itself. Read More
In this week's Fan Music, I'll be looking at Anthony Stewart Head's only released album, Music for Elevators. Most know Head as Buffy's long-standing Watcher/father figure Rupert Giles or currently from his role on Merlin as King Uther Pendragon. Read More
After ten years of waiting, Vincenzo Natali's Splice has finally come to screen. This movie defies genre. Horror, drama, comedy, and (very messed up) romance come together to give you a story that is unlike any other. Read More
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