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Category Archives: TV & Movies
It’s here! After being teased all week, the Justice League trailer is available for your viewing pleasure.
It’s been ages since the project was funded, but we’re finally close! April 14th will see the premiere of a new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 on Netflix. Jonah Ray takes over as lead of the show and is … Continue reading
Did you enjoy last night’s Dynamic Duet? Have you been swooning over Carlos Valdes’s dulcet singing voice ever since hearing it? Well, the folks at WaterTower music have got just the thing for you! Available for download now on iTunes, … Continue reading
The lights are up and I just can’t seem to get Logan out of my mind. More than any other superhero film, the mood and the emotions conveyed onscreen are something to behold. Somehow, Hugh Jackman finally fleshes out Wolverine … Continue reading
DUST’s new YouTube series explores “Afrofuturism” or black characters in science fiction. Just in time for Black History Month, this five part series takes aim at Star Trek’s Uhura in its second episode. Click below to watch and make sure … Continue reading
Together, Dave Martin (Agents of Game) and Matt Peters (this website) host Digital Dumpster Diving! They check out obscure free content in video games and movies, hoping to find something that might be worth your time, but even if (when) … Continue reading
What a game! I totally didn’t write this draft before the game actually took place! Click on for all the geek related ads you might have missed during that stunning display of sportsmanship! Excelsior!
We have our first look at “War for the Planet of the Apes”, the third film in the current Apes film franchise. Matt Reeves returns to direct the sequel to his brilliant “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and … Continue reading
After the trailer earlier this week, the world was given two brand-new Spider-Man trailers. The first debuted on ABC/Disney’s Jimmy Kimmel Live while the second was tailored for the international market. Take a look at both, and let us know … Continue reading