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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
Once again, Montreal Comiccon has come and gone and it was an absolute blast! And this year seems to have been one of the best, with guests, attendees and exhibitors all expressing their pleasure with how things were put together this year! It looks like this convention has come a long way! Read more...
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Friday, 20 November 2015 18:52
There are two truths about holidays that are now indisputable. First, not everyone gets the luxury of friends and family at this time – so make sure to reach out – and the second is that more than ever before people are spending the holidays glued to Netflix, On Demand or their favorite home entertainment venue like never before. So whether you are working, flying solo or getting together with family and friends it is a safe bet that you will be looking for, discussing or fighting over what to watch haha. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 11 October 2015 16:12
“What is the one super power you wish you could have?” is probably a question I have been asked a million times. It’s maybe the most asked question that people ask someone who spends their life surrounded by superhero comics, movies, etc. Well, I personally say telekinesis, because when you can move things with your mind, you can do most of the things other powers allow you to do (also, you never have problems reaching anything or asking someone to get something for you ever again in your life...something I would love). But I think most peoples’ answer is “to fly”, right? Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Thursday, 11 June 2015 16:29
We at ENR are saddened to report the passing of stage and screen legend Sir Christopher Lee. He was 93. Lee was best known for his recent roles in both the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings franchises as the nefarious Count Dooku, and the deceiving Saruman repectively, but his silver screen achievements stem from 1947 and his first film, Corridor of Mirrors. Lee would go on to gain noteriety from playing the classic horror roles of Count Dracula and Frankenstein for England's Hammer Film Productions. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 14:15
Sometimes you get lucky. Sometimes a character or property comes along by chance or curiosity and surpasses all expectations. Sometimes those worlds become like second homes and the characters like real friends. I recently got lucky in this way when I read Thomas Rottinghaus’ Graywullf: Book One of the Dragonspawn Trilogy. The book’s author is a Colorado native and lives about an hour and a half from me. This is also his first book and it is self-published. You see, these elements alone had me wanting to read the book, I mean everyone roots for the home team right? But when I was given a copy for review I was greatly pleased with the results. To read that review click here and you will be redirected. After reading this unique fantasy built on common elements I had to talk to him about the work. But as is so often the case I wanted to talk less about story content than writer’s process. What follows is an interview I conducted with Rottinghaus via email after I reviewed it. Read more...
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Wednesday, 18 March 2015 09:37
chappie-poster-teaserNeil Blokamp broke onto the scene with the innovative and fresh District 9. Everyone, even the harshest critics praised his writing and directorial style and put him as one of the directors to watch in the future. However, with the disappointing returns on his sophomore film Elysium, many retracted their statements and wondered if he could recapture the magic of his first film. Chappie is a step in the right direction towards getting back on track. Chappie is about a robot designer (Dev Patel) that creates a robot that becomes sentient, in that it can think, feel, and adapt like a human being. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 30 November 2014 13:24
5d6c9f39173c18acd79dc0d5ca5c216151cc1e21Okay, calm the frak down! I know I've said that before, but this time I mean it. And I'm not talking to Hollywood this time. I'm talking to fans like myself!! Of course this is about the Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens (that's a long freakin' title) trailer that hit our computer screens and hasn't stopped filling up our news feeds for two days straight. 2 DAYS! It feels like 2 weeks that this thing has been out, doesn't it?! And we have a WHOLE year to irrationally whine about how this thing is going to ruin our childhood (that's completely impossible, by the way...your childhood is over. Unless your a kid, you can't say that thing and your childhood was a phenomenal success! Hug someone)! I'm probably the 40th internet columnist to analyze this thing, but I don't give a Felucian ground beetle! Nobody can do it like the Bleeder King! Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Sunday, 05 October 2014 14:47
kaare-andrewsThere are quite a few artist/writers in the comic book industry, but none of them like to do things a little out-of-the-box like Kaare Andrews. If you aren’t familiar with Kaare, then you are missing out on one of the most creative minds in the comics industry at the moment. Andrews began work in the industry in 1997, but it was his 2006/2007 mini-series Spider-Man: Reign that broke ground as a dark tale of a retired wall-crawler, and it made a Kaare a double threat in the comics biz. What some of his comic book fans may not be aware of, is that the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan native is making his mark on the film industry as well, with film directing credits including Altitude, ABC’s Of Death, and Cabin Fever: Patient Zero starring Sean Astin. He also had the chance to direct the indie rock duo, Teagan & Sara’s music video for their song, Living Room. This makes Mr. Andrews a true pop culture renaissance man! Read more...
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