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REVIEW: Brave
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REVIEW: Brave

By Tim WainwrightJune 25, 2012

Pixar has traded in robots and talking toys for bagpipes and flowing red curls in their latest, beautifully rendered feature, Brave....More  →

REVIEW: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
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REVIEW: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

By Vadim NewquistJune 25, 2012

For years I was under the false impression that documentarian Ken Burns' PBS epic The Civil War was the most comprehensive historical entertainment about life in mid 1800's America. But here comes Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter to stake that misconception through the heart. If AL:VH...More  →

True Blood Recap: Maker's Marks
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True Blood Recap: Maker's Marks

By Beth MishlerJune 25, 2012

This week’s episode of True Blood was like last week’s—slower-moving and designed to further set up the plotlines that will play out in what will assuredly be an action packed second half of the season (We hope). Here’s what happened this week:...More  →

INTERVIEW: Rob Corddry of

INTERVIEW: Rob Corddry of "Seeking a Friend" Admits He's Jesus

By Becky FerreiraJune 22, 2012

In the mood for an apocalyptic, road trip, rom-com for the first weekend of summer? Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, which comes out todaynd, somehow manages to pull off all three genres in one. We caught up with Rob Corddry, who stars...More  →

Our Favorite Vampire Hunters

Our Favorite Vampire Hunters

By Robert RunyonJune 22, 2012

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter comes out today, and gets to the much-needed business of describing our fifteenth president’s life before he lived in the White House. Of course he wandered the American frontier, killing vampires and making silver edged axes that double as shotguns. Of...More  →

Top 5 Metafiction Books We Love

Top 5 Metafiction Books We Love

By Swapna KrishnaJune 22, 2012

What is metafiction, exactly? Well, to put it simply, it's when a work of fiction exposes itself to be a work of fiction. This might sound silly but—if you're reading a book, and it's about a person reading a book, or a book about a...More  →

REVIEW: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

REVIEW: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

By Becky FerreiraJune 22, 2012

Dodge and his wife Linda sit in a parked car, listening to the broadcast that will seal the fate of the entire planet. The announcer regretfully informs the public that the spaceship Deliverance, humanity’s last-ditch attempt to blast apart an enormous asteroid headed for Earth,...More  →

This Character Needs a Comic: Super Mario

This Character Needs a Comic: Super Mario

By Steven RomanoJune 21, 2012

It’s a common misconception that comics are solely the realm of costumed vigilantes in spandex fighting a war against super criminals... also in spandex. But if you actually have a viable franchise with a profitable character(s), you can bet a comic book publisher can easily...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo

BOOK REVIEW: Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo

By Swapna KrishnaJune 21, 2012

We included Shadow and Bone on our Summer YA Fiction Round-Up, and for very good reasons: it seems to be catching on like wildfire for adults and teens alike. It’s set in a place called Ravka, which bears a striking resemblance to Russia, geographically and...More  →