Through the courts of kings to the confines of biker hangouts, pinball wizards everywhere still rejoice at the lights, sounds and feel of the silver ball – and the graphic novel of the game’s storied history!
Thirty years ago, the founding of Image Comics ushered a revolution that saw the birth of the wholly modern creator-owned comic book.
Set in the beautiful, but really bizare world of Korean mythology, Shikhondo – Soul Eater is a pretty standard up-scrolling “bullet-hell” shooter.
if Super Mario Odyssey is Avengers, The Mooseman is I Heart Huckabees. One is a big screen, easy to digest popcorn fest, and the other is a weird little film that really isn’t for everyone.
I make a point of not being an overly negative reviewer here at Bif Bam Pop. I mean, I’m just some guy sitting here while others out there creating stuff. What do I know? Well, I know that Paranautical Activity is not fun on any level that I can fathom.
Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts, the latest film from Indonesian director Mouly Surya, is a surreal and existential Western.
There’s a short film called Gacha Gacha that deserves your attention and your money. Why should you care? I’ll tell you.
One of the earliest childhood memories I have is heading out of cold, grey Toronto with my parents during March Break to spend a week in sunny, warm, Florida and … Continue reading Dive Deep With “Nemo” On The Wednesday Run
There’s a well-known, partly tongue-in-cheek saying, that every Torontonian knows: The City of Toronto sees two seasons – winter and construction. With the gut-bursting pop culture excitement of this coming … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Preview #FXC17
A reprint is a reprint is a reprint, right? No. No, it’s not. Certainly not when something is out of print. And certainly not when that out of print book … Continue reading An Indie Fave Is Back With POP GUN WAR: GIFT On The Wednesday Run
Think back to your childhood. Do you remember those distinct coming-of-age moments? Opening the pages to a stolen nudie magazine. Seeing your grandmother pass away. Your first kiss. An after-school … Continue reading Go Capespotting With PLUTONA #1 On The Wednesday Run
Well, not exactly Hollywood, but Independent Films. I met Christopher Eilenstine the director of The Soulless, a year ago through mutual friends of Steampunk and Indie Films. Chris not … Continue reading Steampunk Granny Goes Hollywood