‘Mythica: A Quest for Heroes’ Review and Exclusive Clip

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Mythica: A Quest for Heroes is the first chapter of a trilogy of films, starring Kevin Sorbo (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) and Melanie Stone (Survivor). It is a tale of a handicapped slave girl, who overcomes her captor and her disability and sets out to discover the adventure and freedom that she so craves. Continue reading

Stack Overflow: Spring Break

All the Wrong Questions

This past week was spring break for my kids, so between that and GameStorm the weekend before, I’ve had not much reading time (and even less writing time). But, hey, doesn’t mean I can’t tell you about a few great reads. Continue reading

Sphero – The Ball That Does It All (With Brent Spiner!)

Sphero Feature

I would say that it is great to have a toy that not only the kids enjoy but I also like, but that is nearly all of them! I should probably say that it is great when I get a toy and the kids enjoy playing with it also – at least when I let them play with it. So is true with my latest acquisition, Sphero! Continue reading

Hey You Geeks #40: The Dark and Light Sides of Superhero Movies


Welcome to Hey You Geeks, a new addition to the GeekDad Podcast Network where geeks of all kinds are invited to celebrate and criticize all that we love with a sense of unapologetic nerdiness. From film to TV, comics to gaming, we’re here to look forwards and back to the greatest and sometimes worst geek culture has to offer. This week on Hey You Geeks, we’re talking about the dark and light sides of comic book movies, the ‘Ghostbusters’ multiverse, ‘Rogue One,’ and more. Continue reading

Emerald City Comic Con 2015: Family Cosplay

Castle Bear was my model. Photo by Will James.

Today is the first day of Emerald City Comic Con and we’re all dressed up in our family cosplay. Hopefully we’ll see you out there! Continue reading

A ‘Leviathan,’ an ‘Alien,’ and a Film Student Walk Into A Bar…


This week, filmmaker Ruairi Robinson’s viral hit short ‘The Leviathan’ went from proof of concept to feature film. Last month, Neil Blomkamp’s ‘Alien’ rendering spawned a viral movement all its own. As cool as these projects sound, however, the question becomes clear; does this new world of the creator to fan pitch make it easier or harder for aspiring filmmakers to break through? Continue reading

Celebrate a Decade of ‘Doctor Who’ with This Beautiful Fan Film


On March 26, 2005, “Rose” first appeared on televisions across the UK, and ‘Doctor Who’ was reborn. Christopher Eccleston was the Ninth Doctor, Billie Piper was his companion Rose Tyler, and the rest is history… or the future… eh, it’s all wibbly wobbly timey wimey, isn’t it? Continue reading

There’s a Vulcan in My Tolkien

A Vulcan in my Tolkien

Last month I found myself spiraling down an internet hobbit hole. Leonard Nimoy had passed (LLAP), and I was surfing the web reminiscing about a man that was aptly described in a tweet as “every geek’s grandfather.” But what does this have to do with hobbits? Continue reading

Another New Lego Spin-off Announced: ‘The Billion Brick Race’


Warner Bros. just announced another new Lego spin-off movie–‘The Billion Brick Race.’ This movie is in addition to the other three spin-offs already announced–‘Ninjago’ in 2016, ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ in 2017, and ‘The Lego Movie 2′ in 2018. Continue reading

New ‘Blade Runner’ Trailer for Theatrical Re-Release

New Blade Runner Trailer

Beginning April 3, the British Film Institute will be releasing ‘Blade Runner: The Final Cut’ in select theaters throughout the United Kingdom. But you can enjoy the new trailer for the film right now. Continue reading

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: ‘Best Treehouse Ever’

Best Treehouse Ever

Spring is almost here, and it’s time to build a treehouse. But not just any treehouse. The ‘Best Treehouse Ever.’ This simple card game from Green Couch Games will let you and your friends and family build treehouses with things like hot tubs, game rooms, and hot dog stands. Continue reading

‘Pathfinder Adventure Card Game’ Errata Reprints

PACG Cards with hand written errata.

Paizo has made errata decks available for ‘Rise of the Runelords’ in partnership with DriveThruCards.com, allowing you to get the accurate and aesthetically pleasing set you’ve been looking for. Continue reading