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Is There a Future for Grand Theft Auto Online?

by Eileen Cruzon April 5, 2017
Since launching in 2013, Grand Theft Auto Online has gone from charming GTA multiplayer add-on to money-making juggernaut, netting Rockstar and publisher Take-Two Interactive hundreds of millions of dollars. Last year, former Rockstar North President Leslie Benzies sued Take-Two for $150 million in unpaid royalties. The lawsuit revealed that Grand Theft Auto Online has generated […]

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89th Annual Academy Awards: Who Will Win Big?

by Jeffrey Harrison January 30, 2017
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revealed the nominations for the 89th Annual Academy Awards. The Oscars Ceremony is set for just over a month’s time on February 26. So, the question becomes: Who will be the big winners this year? Academy Awards Fans across the internet are looking at the odds of […]

Mourning Star: The Impact Of Celebrity Deaths

by Johnny Capson December 28, 2016
It was announced on December 27th, 2016 that Carrie Fisher had passed away. Whether they loved her work in the Star Wars movies or her talents as a writer, many have mourned and will continue to mourn her passing. Many have celebrated her memory, including our very own Peter Paltridge, who penned a lovely tribute. […]

Convention Do’s And Don’ts: An Editorial

by Johnny Capson November 3, 2016
I recently got back from my 4th time attending Chiller Theatre in Parsippany, NJ, one of the most popular pop culture conventions on the East Coast. Every year, I meet wonderful people, whether they’re celebrities or convention-goers like myself. Over the course of the past several years, I’ve learned several things about coming to the […]

PopGeeks Profile: Animator and Filmmaker Jared D. Weiss

by Jeffrey Harrison October 31, 2016
Filmmaker and animator Jared D. Weiss recently released his latest animated short, Brazey, which is now available for viewing on Vimeo. Weiss is a creative filmmaker who created an impressive short, featuring music that was recorded all in one take, and then the short was animated to the music that was recorded directly without any […]

Remembering Rod Temperton: A Great Songwriter

by Johnny Capson October 5, 2016
I woke up this morning to some rather disheartening news. It was announced that Rod Temperton, a British songwriter, had passed away after a short battle with cancer. Who was Rod Temperton, I can hear some of you asking? To simply dub him a songwriter isn’t enough. He’s a man who made you dance ecstatically, […]

Coming up in Gaming – October 2016

by Nathan Gibsonon September 30, 2016
Now that the summer months are out of the way and we are starting to approach the holiday period, developers and publishers are now beginning to push out their big hitting franchises. October is set to see a whole host of AAA titles alongside some smaller games, so there should be plenty to keep you […]

SDCC: Spider-Man Homecoming Gets Synopsis

by Todd Blackon July 24, 2016
Off a tease during the Hall H presentation, along with some concept art showing off Spider-Man fighting Vulture, Marvel has revealed the official synopsis for the upcoming film starring Tom Holland. “A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Marvel Studios’ “Captain: Civil War,” begins to navigate his newfound identity as […]

SDCC: Z Nation Comic Announced

by Todd Blackon July 19, 2016
A comic based off of the hit Syfy series Z Nation is coming via Dynamite Entertainment. You can read the full announcement below: As the world gears up for Season Three of the fan-favorite SyFy series Z Nation, Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces an all-new canonical comic series, entitled Z Nation: Black Summer, co-written by series […]

The BFG: See It Before It’s Out Of Theaters

by Johnny Capson July 13, 2016
All my life, I’ve been a fan of Disney. For that same stretch of time, I’ve been a fan of Steven Spielberg. Both the Disney studios and Spielberg’s production companies, Amblin Entertainment and Dreamworks, have created some of my favorite movies of all time. The BFG combines the two, and I feel that it’s a […]

Disney Live-Action Fairy Tales: Why Do They Stand Out?

by Johnny Capson May 12, 2016
For years, Disney’s animated adaptations of classic fairy tales and novels have done very well, to the point that many think of Disney’s tales as the definitive versions. Now it seems as though their live-action fairy tale adaptations are becoming more successful than the competition as well. Recently, Disney’s live-action adaptation of The Jungle Book […]

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Battleborn Open Beta (PS4) Preview

by Jeffrey Harrison April 30, 2016
The folks at Gearbox Software graciously provided an open beta session for the company’s upcoming new game, Battleborn, ahead of the title’s release early next month. The open beta, from the creators of Borderland, was a decent enough demo that provided a nice slice and sampling of gameplay. So far, there’s quite a bit to […]