The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Premiere Gave Us A Lot of Heart and Haunting – Review

The first season of Roswell, New Mexico was exciting and addictive. In just 13 episodes, the new CW show proved itself by recreating a familiar world with new elements to make for a truly heartfelt drama. So far, season two doesn’t stray from this. This article won’t spoil the season two premiere from last night, … Continue reading The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Premiere Gave Us A Lot of Heart and Haunting – Review

Jeff Chan’s ‘Code 8’ Has Plenty Excitement On and Off-Screen

We all know what crowdfunding is, right? It’s when a bunch of people raise money for someone’s project. Simple enough. But have you ever seen over 28,000 people raise over $2 million USD for a full-length feature film they’ve only seen ten minutes of? That’s the magic of Code 8. And it’s real. Director Jeff … Continue reading Jeff Chan’s ‘Code 8’ Has Plenty Excitement On and Off-Screen

‘Marvel’s Runaways’ Debuts As No. 1 Show in Canada on Wednesday Night

Media personnel and fans of Marvel were treated with a special two-hour screening of Marvel's Runaways at The Rec Room in Toronto on Wednesday night and was the number one show in Canada that evening. The event, hosted by Showcase, featured an appearance by artist, Craig Yeung who worked with Adrian Alphona and Christina Strain … Continue reading ‘Marvel’s Runaways’ Debuts As No. 1 Show in Canada on Wednesday Night

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Review: Premiere ‘Dragonstone’

SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't watched the episode yet, please come back later. Still here? Let's talk. The premiere kicks off with a cold open, winter is here after all. Walder Frey is seemingly alive; my first thought was that it must be a flashback to after the Red Wedding? No, Arya wasn't done with … Continue reading ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Review: Premiere ‘Dragonstone’