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Retro Rebel Podcast – Episode 13: Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass

Stacy, Amanda, and Danniel discuss Xbox Game Pass. Is this something that excites the rebels? They then transition to talking about what life skills they have learned from video games. Enjoy!! We also just started a new Patreon page!!! Please head over to to see how you can help us …

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Logan – A Review of the Final Wolverine Film


Honestly, I don’t think that I was mentally prepared for what I was going to see last night. It is never easy saying goodbye to a character as beloved as Wolverine. Hugh Jackman has been portraying Logan/Wolverine for nearly 19 years. That’s 9 films and a lot of cigars & muscles. Life has …

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LBCE 2017 – The Con After the Storm


Not even rain could keep the con goers away from this year’s Long Beach Comic Expo (LBCE). As everyone knows, California is known for its constant sunny days. Well, that was not the case in the days leading up to Long Beach Comic Expo. It rained and stormed like nobodies busy down …

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Debuting in 2009 with much interest down to it being partly a new creation from J.J Abrams, Fringe was initially dismissed by many as being a copy of The X-Files. In fairness Abrams and co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci had mentioned The X-Files several times when discussing the show …

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THE X-FILES RE-OPENED: 2.11-Excelsis Dei/2.12-Aubrey

Red Museum, the episode prior to Excelsis Dei in The X-Files second season, featured a character who was a peeping tom and, as Mulder observed, kept videotapes of a young boy amongst his “private movie studio”. Excelsis Dei opens with a scene depicting sexual assault by a spectral spirit, whilst the …

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Sing Takes Home the Oscar for Best Live-Action Short Film

We are so proud to announce that the winner of the Best Live-Action Short Film at tonight’s 2017 Academy Awards is Sing. The heartfelt drama, Sing, is based on the true story of a young girl who is forced to either stand up against a corrupt system or fit quietly into it. Dealing with themes of ambition, …

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Attention Geeks! You Need The Nerd Out App Today

Nerd Out App

The Nerd Out App Trying to keep up with all the events that the geek world has to offer can be a bit of a problem. In order to keep track of everything, you had to either go to the event’s website or social media page and track it yourself. Michelle …

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Gears of War 4 – What are you!?

Gears of War 4

It seems an easy question a first. Gears of War 4 is at its core a cover-based shooter. Well yes, but then it also has a substantial bit of fortress defense thrown in and some pseudo-platforming dodge bits too. It’s also couch co-op… unless you have more than two people, …

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Has there ever been as controversial a finale to a television show as The End, the episode that concluded Lost? You could argue The Sopranos, but given that Lost was a “blockbuster” television show that attracted large ratings and a massive amount of press coverage, it’s easy to say that the final …

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