Hayley Knighten

BOOK REVIEW: Divergent Series by Veroncia Roth

BOOK REVIEW: Divergent Series by Veroncia Roth

With the Insurgent movie opening next month, I figured it was time for me to buckle down and finish the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. Divergent I read the first installment, Divergent last year and, I’ll be honest, I wasn’t impressed. While the plot was interesting, the writing fell flat. Dystopian Chicago was intriguing, but […]

 Zachary Clayton

Comic Review: The Squidder #1 from the Mind of Ben Templesmith

Comic Review: The Squidder #1 from the Mind of Ben Templesmith

The Elder Gods, and things of the occult nature have always been a curiosity for people who like stuff a little strange and macabre.  So, it’s no surprise to see another title that uses this subject matter for the center of it’s vision.  Now, IDW brings us another enjoyable tale of war and carnage amidst […]

 Ryan Thomason

Wool Omnibus Edition (Wool 1 – 5) (Silo Saga) – Book Review

Wool Omnibus Edition (Wool 1 – 5) (Silo Saga) – Book Review

If you even REMOTELY like Science Fiction, you MUST read Wool. Man, trying to come up with a great intro about this book is hard, hard. Why? Do you ask? Well, it’s not that often that I read something that really take my conceptions of Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic and a splash of Dystopian, then blows […]

 Ryan Thomason

Terra Nova Just As Confusing Since the Superbowl

Terra Nova Just As Confusing Since the Superbowl

This new Steven Spielberg created Dinosaur/Time Travel show Terra Nova sounds like it’s just going to be a mess. We’ll still probably watch it so we can complain ab out said mess. It’s a vicious cycle.

 Ryan Wilson

First Trailer: Atlas Shrugged

First Trailer: Atlas Shrugged

2011 has certainly been the year of ascension from development hell. Hollywood has been trying to adapt the dystopian novel Atlas Shrugged for over forty years, and now we finally see a glimpse of the results.