The fall means back to school, doesn’t it?
Regardless of your age, the change in weather and the change in the colour of leaves (well, depending upon where you live) is synonymous with buying pens, pencil cases and duotangs. Students still use those things right? Everything hasn’t gone iPad, has it?
In any case, DC Comics is getting into the back-to-school game this fall, publishing a new, monthly series aimed at a younger audience (YES! Comics for teens!) but enjoyable to comic readers of all ages.
Boys and girls, please take your seats. Gotham Academy is now in session!
It’s October, Biff Bam Pop’s favourite month of the year, and we’re celebrating with our annual 31 Days of Horror feature. For all of October, we’ll be posting reviews of horror movies both old and new; ones we love and some we don’t. To kick things off, I took a look at the brand new Blu-ray edition of a certifiable classic, the 1984 horror-comedy classic, Ghostbusters.
Last week’s episode of “Sleepy Hollow” had Ichabod saving Abbie from Purgatory. This week, Ichabod and Abbie have to find a way to save Katrina, who by the way is being held prisoner by the dashing although Headless Horseman. Let’s just hope their plan doesn’t backfire on them. Will Captain Irving ever get his “Get out of jail” card? Grab your little noggins and follow me. Read the rest of this entry
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” – Williams Shakespeare
It seems like 2014 has already seen more than its fair share of talented entertainers leave us. I had the privilege of watching several of them create magical moments in both movies and television, and there are a few, in particular, that stand out for me.
The following list is comprised of five iconic actors who have greatly influenced my love of film and the “Scene Stealing” roles that will forever define them in my mind.
This is the second season of “Avengers Assemble” and you know what that means, right? It means Thanos. Just like the Red Skull and The Cabal were the focus and big bad for the first season, this time it’s Thanos, and the mad Titan makes quite a splash in the season’s first episode. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “The Arsenal.”
Last week’s episode of “The Strain” had Ephraim killing Matt, Gus facing his infected family, Fet inventing cool UV light bombs, and little Zach babysitting Nora’s mom. Fet knows how to kick butt and the master vampire likes to taunt, but we didn’t get to see Eichorst or the ninja vampires. Are you curious as to what The Master and Eichorst have planned for Team Setrakian? I am. Join me after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
It’s a musical chairs weekend here at Biff Bam Pop! as your usual Box Office reporter Andy Burns takes a few days off, so here I am to wrap up for J.P. Fallavollita‘s Box Office Predictions from a few days back. Did Denzel Washington Equalize the Box Office? How stiff was the competition from The Maze Runner and The Boxtrolls? Find out after the jump!