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Friday, 28 October 2016 16:41
We genre fans are getting closer towards Halloween, and I am sure some of us have already worked out our lists on what to do in celebrating this year's Halloween. Plus, there is Halloween Comicfest happening on the last Saturday of this month, making the coming weekend officially Halloween weekend as it is the weekend right before Halloween itself. Not only are there a few horror movies to choose from to see in movie theaters this month, but there is also a line-up of free-to-access comic book items we can look forward to choosing from during this year's Halloween Comicfest, and I bet some of you are already enjoying the Halloween-themed episodes just released, including this year's "Treehouse of Horror" episode of The Simpsons. Read more...
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Thursday, 16 June 2016 17:02
A recurring tradition at genre conventions is that those attending are allowed the option to dress up as characters and mechanisms (like say spaceships and big robots) from works of fiction, and we genre fans can never get enough of them no matter the frequency of people cosplaying each character or mechanism. As a matter of fact, we enjoy seeing cosplays so much that many of us would never dare to attend a genre convention without cameras on us. Read more...
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Thursday, 19 May 2016 17:26
Days ago, I had the opportunity to see Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice (reviewed by ENR's very own Lisa "Spazzy" McCarty back in early April) in movie theaters as I did not want to miss out on watching this now-landmark in the history of American superhero movies before it is no longer available for access in cinemas. Although I respected its director Zack Snyder's efforts in setting his version of Batman's first encounter with superpowered beings apart from the way DC Universe canon usually depicts it, I personally felt turned off by the last several minutes due to the direction it took in terms of Superman's role. To be honest, I was so disappointed that now I am unsure about if I ever wanted to see this iconic character again in any future live-action screen productions. So while I despised the ending as a Superman fan, I accepted the dark violent tone as a fan of both Batman and Wonder Woman. Read more...
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Friday, 04 September 2015 16:57
Back in the mid 2000s, Chorus Entertainment, the parent company of Canadian kid-friendly television network YTV, announced plans for an anime-themed television network called "The Anime Channel". Unfortunately, it never had the chance to launch, which is a bummer as I was hoping it would provide airing space for anime series and films that made it to Region 1 DVD but still never got aired on Canadian television. Now, jump to 2015, very little anime content airs on television in North America, many anime titles still flop in R1 DVD sales despite a huge deal of genre diversity (an ironic tragedy indeed), very little amount of anime films (or none at all) appear in movie theaters on an annual basis, not much anime-distributing nations outside Japan have their own anime-themed networks, and just recently, the classic animation-themed T.V. network Teletoon Retro, which could have included some anime from between the 1960s and the 2000s in its schedule if it had the guts, went bye bye. Read more...
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