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Stephanie Cooke

Stephanie is a comic book fan, but she also considers herself an avid gamer, movie watcher, lover of music and Twitter. Stephanie is a purveyor of too many projects and has written for Talking Comics, JoBlo.com, CG Magazine, Dork Shelf and more. She also runs Toronto Geek Trivia in her home city and can be found helping out at other “geek” community things around there.

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Snowpiercer has been a runaway hit this summer and while it probably won’t hit blockbuster status, it definitely struck a major chord with critics and fans around the world. Almost right after it hit theaters,

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Movies

There are certain types of movies that require villainous characters. Characters that our protagonists must face and defeat. A villain, by definition is a cruelly malicious person who is involved in or devoted to wickedness

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TV

Half way through the first season of Arrow, I decided to give the show a shot. I kept hearing great things about it but I had reservation. All kinds of people had loved Smallville but

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TV

The Strain is the new series coming to your television screen this Sunday. Here’s a mini list of reasons why you should watch it accompanied with some more non-list words about what makes it great.

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ReviewsTV

Earlier this week I sat down with my review copy of The Witches of East End. After watching less than one episode, I was ready to title my review The Show That Needs To Be

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When I first heard of Fargo, it was hard to imagine a TV series deserving of the name without the Coen Brothers. TV producers so often tries to just capitalize on a name that they

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The first thing that we see when the show starts up is a set of snowmobile tracks. The camera follows them briefly before we come across a snowmobile that’s flipped over onto its side. All

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Cosplay

We all know how amazing cosplay can be but there are some that go unnoticed for all of the brilliance that they bring into this world. That’s right, I’m talking about the pets of the

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Edge of Tomorrow is the new action sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. The movie is helmed by Doug Liman, director of The Bourne Identity is my pick for best movie of the

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Some chipper country music starts up as the scene opens up in dentist’s office and zooms out from the mouth of a patient currently being worked on. The dentist appointment wraps up and we get

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Orphan Black is one of the best TV shows on the air right now. In an age where studios can’t quite seem to get sci-fi right, Orphan Black fills that void in our lives where

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The opens to a factory warehouse where machines and people are working on building appliances. As we’re taken through the process of how “it’s” made, “it” becomes a laundry machine that gets shipped off to

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There are a good many TV shows that have been cancelled well before their time. These are shows that tend to be too smart for the general audiences or too quirky and just don’t bring

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This is a SPOILER-FREE review of the film. It’s been less than two hours since I left the Toronto premiere of Edge of Tomorrow and it’s been less than 10 minutes since I got home,

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