I was at Wondercon two years ago and at a panel about bullying and overcoming that (Anne Wheaton, Chase Masterson and Routh were on it) and Routh just talked about how much he likes and admires Clark Kent, he kept calling him Clark, not Kal, not Superman, just Clark, and talked about how Superman inspires him to be a… Read more
This is about as edgy and subversive as Chucky killing the Toy Story crew.
I’m old enough for it to ruin my childhood, if in fact anyone’s childhood was made better by the Banana Splits.
Could someone tell Martin he’s not allowed to have his ice cream (Elden Ring) until he finished his veggies (Winds of Winter)?
I don’t understand why book readers are pissy that Martin would work with Miyazaki on this game. It’s blatantly obvious that after his books were spoiled (which the agreed upon timeline was altered behind his back by season 4 which only gave him 6 months to finish Winds before his books were spoiled) then he wasn’t… Read more
I am done with Martin. I started reading A song of Ice and Fire while on vacation in 2007. I understand writing takes time. But he has written side stories and been involved in side projects galore. The series has been ruined by the last two HBO seasons and it looks like he is going to Robert Jordan this series.
Jesus, enough with all the fucking reboots already.
Ready Player One is Jurassic Park Spielberg, not Schindler’s List Spielberg. It didn’t say anything overly deep or sentimental about nostalgia. It tried to touch on connection and digital vs reality when it comes to mental health, but it really didn’t DO anything beyond be eye candy. Read more
I went to this movie expecting to be disappointed, as there was soooo much hate on these forums and elsewhere for it. I had read the book, and while I liked it, I didn’t feel that it was super-outstanding or anything.
I marked the hell out the moment they said The Shining.
I hate scary movies, I don’t watch scary movies, I avoid scary movies.
I know about 85% of the references of this film and yet...
The Shining was the part that sold this movie. It’s so damn good.