A LEGO City is Under Attack. Who Will Save the Day?

Beautiful animated fantasy of a young boy and his LEGO’s.

Anticipation Is Half The Fun

Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept. ◊♦◊ My best friend Alex and I have been riding parallel […]

Enemies Unite in this ‘Warcraft’ Movie Trailer

Fans finally get to see how this film will shape up to this long running game series Recently Hollywood has decided to take a number of series and try to turn them into movies. This has had mixed results. It is working well with the Divergent series and not bad for the Maze Runner books, but […]

Take a Peek at This ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Trailer

See how Wonderland has changed and the new villain that wants to wreak all kinds of havoc In 2o10 a new version of Alice in Wonderland was released in theaters. It gave younger fans a taste of this magical place and older fans saw these characters in a whole new way. The film ended up […]

​I Wanted a Fairy Tale Romance, What I Got Was So Much Better

An apology to my husband, and all men, for how women get brainwashed about romance

Does Sex Sometimes Feel Like It Is More Effort Than It’s Worth?

There comes a time in every couple’s life when not having sex seems a better idea than having it. Dr. Steve explores how we are affected by the external world and how to manage these intrusions.

‘Pan’ A Confusing Prequel to this Classic Tale

Sadly this film is missing too many elements to make this a good movie The story of Peter Pan is a popular one among kids and adults. There have been a number of versions of this from the play to the Disney animated version and there have even been a few live action versions. There was […]

7 Reasons Why I Choose Monogamy

How hard can it be to choose monogamy and stick to it (all puns intended). Steven Lake shares seven reasons why he chooses to remain a one-woman-man.

‘Age of Adaline’ More Than a Simple Love Story

A film that asks some tough questions about life and love Adaline Bowman was a regular woman in the early 1900s with a husband, a child and a comfortable rich lifestyle. She lived in San Francisco and had a life that most people only dreamed of, but her life changed drastically one night. It snowed […]

Farewell Terry Pratchett: a Psychological Analysis of Discworld

It was only appropriate that the news of Terry Pratchett’s death at the age of 66 was announced not only by his publisher, but via his own Twitter account

D&D is Geeky? Why, Thank You, Yes It Is!

Johnathan Bane wonders why anyone would judge what a man does in his spare time.

‘Into the Woods’ Warns People to be Careful What They Wish For

A musical that brings your favorite fairy tale characters together for a different kind of story.

‘The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies’ A Satisfying End to the Saga

Jay Snook reviews the final Hobbit film, and notices it is a film that successfully brings this story to a close. But is it a film fans will enjoy?

Outside of the Fantasy — Authenticity is Hot, Bad to the Bone is Not

Women will forgive you for not being as “bad boy sexy” as fantasy characters. They will reject you for not being yourself.

‘Once Upon a Time’ Is a Different Kind of Fairy Tale

There are no women in distress, and monsters are not so easy to see on this hot TV drama.

Good Fantasy Writing…and Good Men

N.C. Harrison discusses David Eddings, the fantasy writer whose approachable, down-to-earth work helped Harrison face many challenges of his own.