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Football U (iPhone/iPod Touch) Review

GLX reviews Football U for the iPhone/iPod Touch.

So I Finally Saw... Halloween Resurrection

Tis the season to be scary. So what can be nothing scarier then Busta Rhymes in the "final" Halloween film, Halloween Resurrection (2002)?

Scalped Vol.5: High Lonesome Review

"And in my head there's all these classic cars and outlaw Cowboy Bands, I always kinda sorta wish I'm someone else.

Review Group Azrael #1

MrBlack had the pick for new comics shipping October 21st and he selected Azrael #1 by Fabian Nicieza and Ramon Bachs.

Venture Brothers 4.02: Handsome Ransom

BEHOLD VIEWERS, THE GLORIOUS RETURN OF THE GREATEST ARCHFIEND THAT IS THE MONARCH HAS COME WITHIN THIS EPISODE! For this episode will have holometabolis life cycle of awesome, tubular, and EPIC...

Cleaning the Plate for 10/21/09

Great batch of comics this week.

So I Finally Saw... The Brides of Dracula

Even though Drac himself has no appearance in the film, the vampire king doesn't have to be around to show off his work, as we have another entry horror film, The Brides of Dracula...

The Spinrack: Retro Reviews #4

GLX reviews some old comics including Exiles #1.

Kids vs. Zombies (iPhone/iPod Touch) Review

GLX reviews Kids vs. Zombies for the iPhone/iPod Touch.

Review Group The Unwritten #6

GLX had the pick for new comics shipping October 14th and he selected The Unwritten #6 by Mike Carey and Peter Gross.

Venture Brothers 4.01: Blood of the Father, Heart of Steel

Nazis, Cloning, Revenge, Double Crosses, Triple Crosses, LARPers, Bigfoot, Some Familar Faces, a Hound from Hell, and Marvel Comics #1 all are nothing compared to the new direction for the...

Cleaning the Plate for 10/14/09


A comic sandwich. Put three pieces of DC between two slices of Marvel and you've got an above average week.

The Spinrack: Retro Reviews #3

GLX reviews a trio of Scott Lobdell comics.

So I Finally Saw.. The Gorgon

Hopefully, you won't be turned into stone by Zechs' review of the 1964 Hammer Horror film, The Gorgon, starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.

Where the Wild Things Are: A Review

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