There’s no shortage of cool things for Star Wars fans to pick up along their way, but recently a newer company, Regal Robot, has stormed onto the scene bringing incredible licensed creations for your home decor. I recently had the chance to chat with the company’s founder, Tom Spina, about his work, how Regal Robot came together, and what fans can look forward to in the near future. Come inside to check out our discussion!
Contributor Jay Washington chats with the stars of Black Lighting about the show's brand new season in the first part of our exclusive set visit!
Just before their earth-shattering panel at SDCC 2018, CCO & Co-Studio Head of Toys For Bob Paul Yan, Art Director at Toys For Bob Joshua Nadelberg, and Music Remixer at Toys For Bob Stephan Vankov sat down with us to discuss what it took to remaster the Spyro the Dragon trilogy! Plus, we ask the question, are any future Skylanders on the way? Full Spyro Reignited Trilogy interview within...
“When you don’t have the money, you really need the time.” The crew from Field Guide To Evil sat down with me to discuss the inner workings of the Horror Anthology.
Recently I had the privilege of talking to John Nash of Cedar Games, a new team developing their first game, Z-Alert! Z-Alert promises to be a surprisingly colorful zombie survival game packed with customizable elements to suit the play-style of just about any player. For more information on Z-Alert, head over and read my news piece on the game's announcement. If that's enough to spark your interest and you want to know more about Z-Alert, our interview covers more details on the game's story, multiplayer experience, and much more!
Kaitlyn talks process, particularly, how her open individual preparations and approach meshed with Kathryn’s open and liberating methods of directing actors -- and how those things came together for Detroit's more difficult scenes.
I got to go to SDCC and talk to someone that designs the plastic crack that I love so much.
Kathryn Bigelow has reentered the awards season with Detroit; offering the best ensemble cast you’ll see all year (both big name and soon to be breakout stars) Bigelow puts us in the murkier throes of the 1967 Detroit Riots by resurfacing some of its buried horrors. In the Algiers Motel incident three black teenage boys were slain by the hand of their protectors. One murder was left unsolved and the others were ruled “Justifiable Homicide” allowing all involved cops to walk unconvicted.