Reviewing Netflix's Hit Series Stranger Things

Our cinematographer Doug moves from behind the camera to in front of it as he introduces his new series The Omnibus with a review of Netflix’s unexpected hit Stranger Things.

The Decadent Ball Returns as Labyrinth of Jareth Celebrates 19 Years

One of the most memorable moments of Labyrinth, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, has to be the moment Sarah eats the poisoned peach that Jareth has given Hoggle and it transports her into the hallucinogenic fantasy that truly was any 16 year old’s dream.  Glitter, crystals, ribbons and men and women in fancy dress dance and whirl around the room in a dizzying spectacle. With so much to…

Reviewing MAC's Kling-it-on Star Trek Lipstick

Our first product review and unboxing!  MAC’s San Diego Comic Con lipstick Kling-it-on is glittery and purple and we love it! Can’t wait for the release of the full line in September!

War of the Monster Movies Heats Up With Chinese Addition "The Great Wall" Starring Matt Damon

Besides Superheroes the next few years will see its share of giant monster movies.  First is the new Japanese Godzilla, which right now only has a Japanese release schedule (which won’t stop us from seeing it I’m sure!), we’ll have Pete’s Dragon – while not technically a giant monster he is a giant dragon of the distinctly less imaginary kind than the original – there will be Kong: Skull Island,…

MAC Unleashes the Good Luck Trolls Makeup Line For the Upcoming Movie

Trolls looks to be the brightest and most neon colored movie of the year.  Due in theaters this holiday season it stars Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick as two Trolls who detest each other out to save their entire tribe who have been kidnapped by a Bergen. It’s also likely to have the most danceable soundtrack of the year being it’s executive music director was none other than Justin Timberlake….

Goodnight Mr. Garibaldi, Actor Jerry Doyle Dies at 60

Jerry Doyle, an actor who got his start on Moonlighting, but is perhaps best known for his role as Chief Security Officer Garibaldi on Babylon 5, died Wednesday at the age of 60. While not a prolific actor, he was a very popular talk show radio host who showed that he and his former character were not so far apart.  He enjoyed whimsy and satire and had a sharp wit. …

Is Kong: Skull Island the Giant Monster Movie We're Looking For?

Kong is rather like the Sasquatch.  He’s hard to believe in.  The idea of a giant sea lizard who breathes fire created by an atomic bomb who can hide at the bottom of the ocean is more believable than a giant ape that is as tall as a mountain being able to hide from our eyes amongst the trees of a jungle. Perhaps that’s why Kong is placed in the…

The Once and Future King Returns to the Silver Screen in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

When the child Arthur’s father is murdered, Vortigern (Jude Law), Arthur’s uncle, seizes the crown. Robbed of his birthright and with no idea who he truly is, Arthur (Charles Hunnam) comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, his life is turned upside down and he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy…whether he likes it or…

Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them Comic Con Trailer

The Fantastic Beasts have escaped and are raging through New York in the new Comic Con Trailer!

Nichelle Nichols Releases Single For 47th Anniversary of Apollo 11

Nichelle Nichols was a singer long before she was known as the Chief Communications Officer of the Starship Enterprise.  She toured the United States, Canada and Europe as a singer with the Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton bands, and appeared in numerous stage musicals including Carmen Jones and Porgy and Bess. She has released 2 albums previously, one during the initial run of Star Trek titled Down to Earth, and…