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Rick Riordan: A Primer

Rick Riordan: A Primer

By Swapna KrishnaJuly 23, 2012

Just who is Rick Riordan, and why is he worthy of a primer? Well, Rick Riordan is an amazingly prolific author of...More  →

Dark Knight Rises: A Tense, Emotional Goodbye to Batman

Dark Knight Rises: A Tense, Emotional Goodbye to Batman

By Eric GarneauJuly 21, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises is Christopher Nolan's third and final Batman film. Throughout, the film asks us to consider how much punishment...More  →

REVIEW: Tithe by Holly Black

REVIEW: Tithe by Holly Black

By Paul KirschJuly 20, 2012

An author of science fiction or fantasy has one difficult decision to make before they set their fingers on a keyboard: How...More  →

GEEK MOVIE REVIEWS: Ice Age 4 Continental Drift

GEEK MOVIE REVIEWS: Ice Age 4 Continental Drift

By Vadim NewquistJuly 19, 2012

THIS GUY is back with another episode of The MindHut's newest web series: Geek Movie Reviews. This time it's Ice Age 4,...More  →

REVIEW: Cosmos Episode 1, Shores of the Cosmic Ocean
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REVIEW: Cosmos Episode 1, Shores of the Cosmic Ocean

By Becky FerreiraJuly 16, 2012

Cosmos: A Personal Voyage is the most brilliant science documentary ever made, outshining its competitors like a retro-PBS supernova. It's also hands-down...More  →

VIDEO: Geek Movie Reviews!
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VIDEO: Geek Movie Reviews!

By Vadim NewquistJuly 12, 2012

In this brand new MindHut video series, watch This Guy as he sifts through the world of wide-release movies in order to...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Partials by Dan Wells
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BOOK REVIEW: Partials by Dan Wells

By Swapna KrishnaJuly 12, 2012

The year is 2076 and there are less than 50,000 humans left on the planet Earth. The human race is a dying...More  →

The MindHut at Comic-Con: Sneak Peek at New TV Shows!
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The MindHut at Comic-Con: Sneak Peek at New TV Shows!

By Eric GarneauJuly 12, 2012

Opening night of the San Diego Comic-Con always includes Warner Bros Television screening a group of their most highly-anticipated pilots for the...More  →

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...More  →