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  1. Wizards (1977) Blu-ray Review Cover Image

    Wizards (1977) Blu-ray Review

    In a bleak future that's a blend of World War II Europe and Tolkien's Middle-earth, a runty wizard (Bob Holt) must save the world from fascist mutants controlled by his evil twin brother (Steve Gravers), who likes to project films of Adolf Hitler speeches during attacks.

    Movie Review Article Jason Sacks, Paul Brian McCoy March 26, 2012
  2. WLG #400: Team-Up! Cover Image

    WLG #400: Team-Up!

    Greetings and Salutations one and all! Welcome to the latest installment of what is, if not the longest running column in the history of the world, should be: What Looks Good! The place where nearly every week in and out you can stop by and see what's looking good in the world of comics (and occasionally the world of music, movies, and television, too!).

    Column Article Brandon Billups, Matt Spatola March 19, 2012
  3. WLG #400: Team-Up! Cover Image

    WLG #400: Team-Up!

    Greetings and Salutations one and all! Welcome to the latest installment of what is, if not the longest running column in the history of the world, should be: What Looks Good! The place where nearly every week in and out you can stop by and see what's looking good in the world of comics (and occasionally the world of music, movies, and television, too!).

    Column Article Brandon Billups, Matt Spatola March 19, 2012
  4. The Fades Season One Blu-Ray Review Cover Image

    The Fades Season One Blu-Ray Review

    The Lovely and Talented Kelvin Green and I spent six weeks delving into The Fades when it originally aired on BBC Three and while we agreed that there were a few dips in quality here and there (most notably the dead-end storyline of Sexy History Teacher), we also whole-heartedly loved pretty much everything else about the show.

    TV Review Article Paul Brian McCoy March 7, 2012