Indie Talks Episode 6 – Matt Vancil

In this episode of Indie Talks we're joined by Matt Vancil of the Dead Gentlemen and Zombie Orpheus Entertainment as he talks about their latest project, Gamers: Hands of Fate! A full length, crowd funded feature film! In The Gamers: Hands of Fate, the cast of internationally acclaimed The Gamers: Dorkness Rising returns for another dice-hurling, waffle-devouring, GM-infuriating romp... Continue Reading →

Poaching from the best

There comes a time where all storytellers realise that their stories are less original than they'd hoped. But that's fine. Georges Polti claimed there were only thirty-six possible plots in our narratives, and having looked over the list both on Wikipedia and in the fourth edition of Legend of the Five Rings, I'm inclined to... Continue Reading →

Movie Reviews for Gamers: Ong Bak

Synopsis: Set in present day Thailand, Ting (Tony Jaa) is an orphan, raised by a village monk and trained in the martial art of Muay Thai. His mentor urges Ting not to use this deadly art form for fun. However, when the head of the village’s sacred Buddha statue Ong Bak is severed and stolen... Continue Reading →

Movie Reviews for Gamers: Ong Bak 3

Synopsis: While there can be no doubt that Tien (Tony Jaa) is an amazing warrior, he simply cannot take on an army of highly skilled warriors, the most fearsome of which is the Crow Ghost(Dan Chupong). Taken into custody by the cruel Lord Rajasena (Sarunya Wongkerjang), Tien is beaten to the point of being crippled... Continue Reading →

Convention Review: Dragon*Con Overview

This year, my wife and I were lucky enough to be able to go to the massive sci-fi/fantasy convention known as Dragon*Con. For those of you unfamiliar with the convention, they cover EVERYTHING: comics, movies, tv, books, tabletop RPG’s, LARPing, miniature games, puppets, etc. Pretty much, if you can think of it in the sci-fi/fantasy genre, then there was someone (or something) there representing it at this international convention in Atlanta, GA.

Movie Review: Captain America

I was worried about this movie. I had, so far, really loved all the Marvel movies that have come out since Iron Man was released. However, from all the promos and still shots and movie set reports, I had this gnawing fear in my gut that was telling me that I was not going to enjoy this movie much.

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