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The Newsroom on HBO

The Newsroom on HBO

Network:  HBO Cast:  Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, John Gallagher, Jr., Thomas Sadoski, Dev Patel, Olivia Munn, Sam Waterston Producer:  Aaron Sorkin, Scott Rudin, Alan Poul Main Writer:  Aaron Sorkin Premise:  A behind-the-scenes look at the inner-workings of a network news program. So I know that a show like “The Newsroom” isn’t typically the type of review that you would expect to find on our website, but I love it...

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The Order of the Stick

The Order of the Stick

For many of you who listen to podcasts and read web comics, The Order of the Stick or OOTS, as we affectionately call it, is a staple of everything that is right in this genre and medium of web entertainment. It is for this reason that I decided to write a review of the series – though it is currently on #859, perhaps there are some people out there reading this review that have not yet read the comic, and this will help inspire them to...

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Preview: Prince of Ravens by Richard Baker

Preview: Prince of Ravens by Richard Baker

Having not read the previous Jack Ravenwild book, City of Ravens, I was not sure what to expect from Prince of Ravens, but being a die-hard fantasy fiction fan, I was excited to embark on a new journey with the hopes of finding a story that would connect with me as a reader – that would spark emotions, and not allow me to stop reading until I found out what happened next. To that point, Thank You, Richard Baker, for introducing me to the...

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Review: Psience Web Series

Psience is a new web series coming out today.  From the press release: Get ready to be spellbound by Psience, an exciting sci-fi mystery series (http://psiencetv.org) where Big Brother meets Harry Potter. This new WEB series is set in an Orwellian world where young 20-something sorcerers or psientists, as they are called, hone their magic skills in The Co-op, a secret community in the heart of a large urban centre. The Good This is a very...

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Game Review: The Legend of Drizzt

The concept behind this game is actually quite good.  You get to explore dungeons as Drizzt or his companions, OR you can choose to spice things up and play as one of the villains from the books.  First-time players will find the pace to be slow and confusing, but once you get down the concept, it goes much faster. When choosing a character you get to select from several abilities (determined by each individual character), and can change...

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