Image from bossip.comEarly this afternoon at work around 2ish I was conversing with my co-workers about how we chose to spend our weekends.  In the midst of our conversation, another co-worker approaches me and kindly asks if I'm interested in hanging out with him and some mutual friends at...
This past weekend was Comic-Con 2012 held in San Diego, CA.  There will be another one held in NYC in October.  I've never been to Comic-Con, but I've ALWAYS wanted to go.  I can only live vicariously through images on the Internet and other blogs that post pictures, articles,...
I've met more than a few celebrities in my lifetime.  I once lived in a city where I would easily run into a famous person here or there at random.  Like the time I ran into Carson Kressley (Queer-Eye guy) in Times Square, bumped into Michael Emerson from Lost, or...
This entry deals with the third greatest film of all time:  Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, starring Jaleel White (b.k.a Steve Urkel).  This wonderful little chunk of cheddar brings back the megalodon from Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus.  Apparently, the megalodon didn’t die along with the cephalopod and returns in...
My homage continues. Frankenfish is based off a real event and also hints at consumer consumption of genetically-engineered salmon.  Science and reality shoved aside (and I do mean shoved), this movie is a treat that can be found on YouTube; which saves a queue-space on Netflix.  The quality is...
I’m a fan of the SyFy network for many reasons (one being I’m a science fiction/fantasy nerd), but the main incentive for why I tune in is its low-budget cheesy flix. These are C- and D-grade movies.  The acting is dreadful, the F/X horrific, the plot premises complete and...
I'm a big old 80s nerd and the 90s takes a close second to my decade of choice if I were to ever go back in a time machine.  It got me thinking of what of my favorite cartoons as a kid.  It's easy to compile a list of...