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posted a Quick Tip about Supernatural. June 03, 2013
Supernatural
I put off watching this show for an embarrassing amount of time just because of the number of episodes I'd have to catch up on and the HUGE fan base on Tumblr. I cant even begin to explain how EVERYONE needs to watch at least one episode of this. I've stopped calling it a "show"; it's become a way of life.
reviewed Supernatural. June 03, 2013
Supernatural
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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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unlocked the Ender Fan badge. February 19, 2013

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reviewed Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson. December 11, 2012
Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson
Army guys might dig this book, I, on the contrary couldn’t even finish it! It reminds me of World War Z: an oral history of the zombie war because they are both told by different voices around the world narrating the events leading to the zombie war and in the case of Robopocalypse, the robot rebellion.       I found the book very army like and technical. …
took a poll, Best Science Fiction Films. December 03, 2012
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reviewed Lectus: Origin by Jessica Khoury. December 01, 2012
Lectus: Origin by Jessica Khoury
I was so looking forward to reading this book. Pia was born in a secret lab deep in the jungle of the Amazon. She’s born perfect. She doesn’t get sick, her skin is like that of Superman – can’t be pinched by needles, she doesn’t grow old-er, she is super smart and she is soon to become a scientist to help make others like herself and help create the perfect new race.   …
reviewed Blades of Winter. October 31, 2012
Blades of Winter
Advertised as written in the style of comic book superheroes (POW), the novel also provides an alternate history of the U.S. and it's major enemies: the Soviet Union, Greater Germany and the Nationalist Republic of China.      Alix Nico is a nineteen-year-old rising star with ExOps, a covert organization that protects the U.S. from its enemies.      She's …
reviewed The Keepers By Rick Friar. September 20, 2012
posted in SF Signal
The Keepers By Rick Friar
It's amazing the amount of people that spend the time to sit and review movies, books, comics, anything.  And here I find myself doing the same the thing.  I decided to alter my own life by going to a few different Sci-Fi communities and read the reviews and then purchase the book and/or see the movie.  I wanted to see if I listened to others opinions and read or watched …
reviewed The Keepers By Rick Friar. September 05, 2012
posted in SF Signal
The Keepers By Rick Friar
"The Keepers" by Rick Friar took my by surprise.  A BIG surprise.   When I first saw these books at Barnes and Noble, I saw 3 thick books stacked next to each other and the way I devour a book, I'm always looking for something long and engaging, but what really grabbed me were the illustrations of new and novel machines I never had seen.  It was almost as if I was taken …
reviewed Railsea by China Mieville. August 30, 2012
Railsea by China Mieville
I had read about how great this book is and how Mieville got inspired on Moby-Dick to write it that I thought I was actually going to enjoy it. But nope this one went to the list of ‘abandoned’ books that I won’t pick up again.      Sham Yes ap Soorap travels with a crazy captain who is obsess hunting for a the beast that took her arm. Yeap, in this …
reviewed Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. August 29, 2012
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea
In 1866, there are a number of sightings of an unexplained object in the ocean. Some of these sightings are far apart from one another. When no other explanation is given, some think that this might be some kind of a sea monster.      An expedition is formed with the U.S. Naval frigate Abraham Lincoln, under Captain Farragut. They are firm in their resolve to find this …
reviewed Total Recall (2012 film). August 22, 2012
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Total Recall (2012 film)
Do you know that moment when you're trying somethingDo you know that moment when you're trying something you loved as a kid and it leaves you a bitter feeling but still "forcing" yourself to like it just because it was the thing you grew up with? That's the same thing with this Total Recall and I might add that it's a bit weird that I say this since I'm not really one …
posted a Quick Tip about Eureka. August 21, 2012
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Eureka
Eureka is not the big flash sci-fi show that traditional viewers expect with even a modest special effects budget. It does have deep story lines and as such, some of the episodes may seem a little slow in their development, but finding the perfect balance between science experiments gone haywire and a strong and lasting background story isn't always easy to come by. I was late getting into this show, …
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