Forgotten Films: Dragon Age: Redemption (2011)
This is the 97th in my series of Forgotten Obscure or Neglected Films
I am back. Last week I was traveling to the frozen land of the Chicago and just did not have the time/energy/inclination to get the column done. So, as a penalty I forfeited my payment for the [Read it all...]
San Antonio artist John Picacio has had a great year: illustrating the ultra-hot 2012 George R. R. Martin / A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE Calendar and then winning the Hugo Award after being nominated 8-years-in-a-row. Picacio is branching out with his new company Lone Boy and he has his first project waiting for you, the 2013 [Read it all...]
A Song of Ice and Fire | Melisandre
Fresh off his Hugo Award win, John Picacio has opened a web store where you can buy museum-quality limited-edition prints of some of his most loved pieces.
The offerings include all 12 of his illustrations from the Chesley Award-winning 2012 George R. R. Martin / A Song [Read it all...]
Congratulations are in order for our blog buddies at SF Signal for winning their first ever Hugo for Best Fanzine. They almost got another one for Best Fancast where they finished in second place! Not bad for a site about 5 years old. It takes a lot of time and effort to get that type [Read it all...]
Don’t Blink. Blink and you’re dead. Don’t turn your back. Don’t look away. And don’t Blink. Good Luck.
So goes the crypic message found on various DVDs in the now-classic Doctor Who episode Blink.
Join Doctor Who Fans Unite in celebrating their 4-year anniversary tonight with Doctor Who Appreciation Night at the Alamo Drafthouse Westlakes. The [Read it all...]
Tonight is Doctor Who Appreciation Night at the Alamo Drafthouse Westlakes and get ready for a great one. Hitting the big screen is the two-part episode Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead featuring David Tennant in the role of the 10th incarnation of the Doctor.
Showtime is 7:30 PM on Wednesday, January 18, [Read it all...]
Forgotten Films: The Horn Blows At Midnight (1945)
This is the 21st in my series of Forgotten Obscure or Neglected Films
This week’s film was a new one for me. As a kid I saw the old Jack Benny show on TV and enjoyed those. My folks had loved his radio programs in their youth. [Read it all...]