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SLLACC: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Reunion

  On Sunday, October 29th. Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con welcomed the cast of the worldwide phenomenon, “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers”. The panel featured stars Austin St. John (Red Ranger), David Yost (Blue Ranger), Walter Jones (Black Ranger), Karan Ashley (Yellow Ranger), and David Fielding (Zordon). The cast shared several stories and experiences working on the set of the ... Read More »

SLLACC: A Tribute to Adam West

On Saturday, October 28th, Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con brought forth a cast reunion of the classic Batman ’66 television series to honor the late, great Bright Knight, Adam West. The panel was hosted by filmmaker Kevin Smith and KROQ DJ Ralph Garman, who both regularly host the popular showbiz-themed podcast “Hollywood Babble-On”. Joining the “Babble Brothers” onstage were cast ... Read More »

SLLACC: “Where the Hell is James O’Barr?”

  One of the more fascinating and insightful panels of Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic-Con 2017 was “Where the Hell is James O’Barr?”. O’Barr has has created and contributed to various comics, films, and television shows over the years, but his most famous project has to be his groundbreaking 1989 hit, “The Crow”. “The Crow” tells the story of Eric Draven, ... Read More »

SLLACC: JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

  For the past six years, thousands of Angelenos rejoice for the wonder that is Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con. Formerly known as “Comikaze”, the annual comicbook expo takes place every fall during Halloween weekend. Fans gather from all over the world dressed as their favorite superhero or character from pop culture to celebrate all things geek-related. The center of ... Read More »

STAN LEE’S L.A. COMIC-CON 2017: JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

For the past six years, thousands of Angelenos have rejoiced for the wonder that is Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con. Formerly known as “Comikaze”, the annual comicbook expo takes place every fall during Halloween weekend. Fans gather from all over the world dressed as their favorite superhero or character from pop culture to celebrate all things geek-related. The center of ... Read More »

STAN LEE’S L.A. COMIC-CON 2017: JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

For the past six years, thousands of Angelenos rejoice for the wonder that is Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con. Formerly known as “Comikaze”, the annual comicbook expo takes place every fall during Halloween weekend. Fans gather from all over the world dressed as their favorite superhero or character from pop culture to celebrate all things geek-related. The center of the ... Read More »

Friendships Will Be Lost, Enemies Made, And Ventures Outside Into The Dangerous Unknown

In season two, the Kent High School students are still trapped inside by the deadly explosion and will find their relationships tested when a new group of survivors arrives. Friendships will be lost, enemies made, and ventures outside into the dangerous unknown will present life and death stakes for the  students. Season 2 Premieres Wednesday, October 18 nts. Read More »

David Lim Has Been Upped To Series Regular On The New Drama Series, S.W.A.T.

Lim portrays Victor Tan, a relatively new S.W.A.T. officer who made his name in the Hollywood division before advancing to the heights of the LAPD and Metro S.W.A.T. Tan has a nose for action and a willingness to place a bet on anything. He uses his confidential informants in the community to help Hondo (Shemar Moore) and the rest of their ... Read More »

Day of the Animals: A Retrospective

You know a movie people love to riff and is unbearable without anyone talking over it? Birdemic. That movie has characters with zero chemistry, no charisma, horrible acting and even worse editing and special effects. The whole point of that movie is to warn people about global warming and the effects it would have on the environment and the inhabitants ... Read More »

In “Ingrid Goes West” It’s All Boozy Brunches And Weekends In The Desert Till Someone Gets Hurt.

  As a youth, I loved seeing movies where the whole point was that grown-ups really don’t have anything figured out, that everyone’s just bumbling through adulthood, taking blind stabs in the dark and hoping they somehow add up to good decisions. The Big Chill is one of my favorites in that category – you’ve got all these well-sweatered adults, ... Read More »

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