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Review: Star Trek United Federation Of Planets Old Vine Zinfandel

Back in July, Wines That Rock revealed a pair of limited edition wines from Star Trek, both being released ahead of Picard. As a long-time Trek fan with a bunch of collectibles and unique items around my home, I instantly thought to myself “I’ve never had future wine.” As weird as it sounds, that was […]

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Review: GameStop’s Green Lantern – Lantern Corps Ring Set

A while ago we were looking over new DC stuff that had come out in 2019, and one of the items that caught our eye was a GameStop Green Lantern exclusive. GameStop usually gets a lot of exclusive items you can’t really nab anywhere else, so when something shiny comes along that you absolutely need […]


Review: Dog Might’s Wooden DM Valhalla Screens

A while ago we had the chance to check out a special item from Dog Might, as they sent us one of their wooden Valhalla Screens for DMs to use. We’ve had a couple of products come out way from Dog Might, and each of them are mighty fine pieces of wooden artwork used for […]





Review: "Farscape" 20th Anniversary - The Complete Series

Review: “Farscape” – The Complete Series 20th Anniversary Edition

This week, Sony officially released the Farscape – The Complete Series on Blu-ray as part of the show’s 20th Anniversary celebration. The show has been released onto home media a few different ways since it was dropped onto Australia’s Nine Network and North America’s old Sci-Fi Channel back in the late ’90s. And while every […]

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Review: Dungeons & Dragons – Dungeons & Tombs: A Young Adventurer’s Guide

Earlier this year, Wizards of the Coast and Ten Speed Press unveiled a new line of Young Adventurers Guides for kids to learn about Dungeons & Dragons. The first two, which we reviewed, focused on Monsters & Creatures and Warriors & Weapons. The latest addition to this series came out today with the intriguing title […]

Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 Season 12 - The Gauntlet

“Mystery Science Theater 3000” Season 12 – The Gauntlet [REVIEW]

The resurrected ride that is Mystery Science Theater 3000 came back for a glorious, albeit shorter, twelfth season to Netflix late last year. We got six really cool episodes of the show in a season they referred to as “The Gauntlet”, harkening to another one of Kinga Forrester’s experiments. And as we wait for the […]

Holiday Review: Dungeons & Dragons - Essentials Kit

Holiday Review: Dungeons & Dragons – Essentials Kit

With the holidays on the way, we thought we’d revisit a product for those looking to get into Dungeons & Dragons with their Essentials Kit. When you first take a look at D&D in general, sometimes it can be daunting. The books, the knowledge, the planning, the character creation. When you get it you just […]

Review: "Game Of Thrones" - "My Watch Has Ended" Beer By Ommegang

Review: “Game Of Thrones” – “My Watch Has Ended” Beer By Ommegang

As Game Of Thrones came to a close this year, we’ve had a lot to reflect on. Especially from a drinking point-of-view courtesy of Ommegang. They’ve created many a beer for the series that have had their own distinct flavors, textures, and overall good times after imbibing. But as the series has come to a […]

Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 - Volume XII

Review: Mystery Science Theater 3000 – Volume XII

Shout! Factory has been doing Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans a true service by re-releasing the older DVD volumes that are out of print. The original run of DVDs that were released by Rhino in the mid-to-late ’00s included some real gems, but the format and presentation changed when Shout! took over. So for owners […]

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Review: “Game Of Thrones” Ice & Fire – Johnnie Walker

A short time ago we talked about how Johnnie Walker was making a special Game Of Thrones edition of their scotch whiskey for the public. It’s a pretty cool concept as the company decided to sell both at once and let those who want to sample them either pick their favorite flavor or snag them […]

"Ford v Ferarri" Review: One of the Best Movies of the Year

“Ford v Ferarri” Review: One of the Best Movies of the Year

Ford v Ferarri is thrilling, energetic, funny, heartwarming, and everything that you would expect from one of the best movies of the entire year. Director: James Mangold Summary: American car designer Carroll Shelby and driver Ken Miles battle corporate interference, the laws of physics and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car […]

"Charlie's Angels" Review: A Fun Female Centric Take on a Goofy Classic

“Charlie’s Angels” Review: A Fun Female Centric Take on a Goofy Classic

Charlie’s Angels might not have a lot on its mind but it is a fun and entertaining female-centric action that we ladies don’t have nearly enough of. Director: Elizabeth Banks Summary: When a young systems engineer blows the whistle on a dangerous technology, Charlie’s Angels are called into action, putting their lives on the line to […]

"Frozen 2" Review: Better Than the First One But Not a Game Changer

“Frozen 2” Review: Better Than the First One But Not a Game Changer

Frozen 2 is a deeper and darker sequel that is technically better than the first one but doesn’t feel like the game-changer that Frozen was. Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee Summary: Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven leave Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest of an enchanted land. They set out to find […]

Review: Games Workshop's "Necromunda: Dark Uprising"

Review: Games Workshop’s “Necromunda: Dark Uprising”

Hey there, loyal readers and heretics alike! We are back with a review of the boxed set for Games Workshop’s new release, Necromunda: Dark Uprising! As many of you know, I’d been reviewing a good many of Games Workshop’s boxes lately, and in the wake of a bit of a post-GenCon lull, I’m back in the […]

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Review: Dungeons & Dragons – Tyranny Of Dragons

Wizards of the Coast has been pretty good about pumping out a ton of original content for Dungeons & Dragons, but sometimes, you need to go back. Back in 2014, we got back-to-back adventures that tied into each other with Hoard Of The Dragon Queen and The Rise Of Tiamat. Meant to be played in […]