All posts by Nick Hearne

Our Review Of “Face Of Evil” – Season 2, Episode 14



  The value of one’s looks is completely subjective – or is it? Inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series – we make a HARD revisit to a previous episode’s not-yet-recovered item – a cursed compact! A pocket mirror that fosters malice, malfeasance and death. It’s all about the looks ya’ got, baby – but … Continue reading Our Review Of “Face Of Evil” – Season 2, Episode 14


How Do We Make The 1st Amendment Fit The 21st Century?



  Freedom of speech can be interpreted on may different levels. While it allows us in the United States to “speak our minds”, gone are the days that we are protected from persecution from doing so. That’s because freedom of speech and freedom of expression are double edged swords. How can it be acceptable for … Continue reading How Do We Make The 1st Amendment Fit The 21st Century?


Does Continuity Matter In Comics?



  In organized fandom, “continuity” can be a trigger word for many fanboys and fangirls out there. Continuity is what ties a universe full of stories together. But it can also be a detrimental roadblock for anyone attempting to understand and digest 30, 40, 50…hell, even 80 years worth of content. No matter what corner … Continue reading Does Continuity Matter In Comics?


Our Review Of “Eye Of Death” – Season 2, Episode 13



  The Civil War. It wasn’t just brother fighting brother – it was the showcase for the war on – the future! A future where a man is utilizing a cursed object – a lantern – that utilizes aged photographic slides to re-enter the past – to then claim civil war relics but – there’s … Continue reading Our Review Of “Eye Of Death” – Season 2, Episode 13


Comic Book Movies Overlooked For Awards!



  As comic fans, the idea of a live action film representation fills us with glee. Especially if it’s a property we’ve been following for awhile. But until recently, Hollywood hasn’t always had the source material’s best interests at heart. That being said, there are still a lot of adaptations that delivered But did anyone … Continue reading Comic Book Movies Overlooked For Awards!


Our Review Of “The Playhouse” – Season 2, Episode 12



  While I didn’t have a playhouse outside my home when I was a kid, I did have a stagecoach bunk bed, where my friends and I would have ongoing adventures, naps and memories that fuel me until today. What would have happened if the area I played in was – outside, and when I … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Playhouse” – Season 2, Episode 12


The Zola Initiative: Helping Veterans With Information, Education And Awareness!

The Zola Initiative: Helping Veterans With Information, Education And Awareness!



  Those who are in the military face some of the most horrific experiences on planet Earth. We’re not talking about the time they serve during their tour. We’re not talking about taking the life of those who would do us harm, We’re referring to the experience they have when they come home, and have … Continue reading The Zola Initiative: Helping Veterans With Information, Education And Awareness!


Star Wars: The Disney Trilogy!



  In 1977, a movie was released that changed the world of filmmaking and fandom forever. That movie was George Lucas’s Star Wars. It was groundbreaking and had all the right ingredients to create a universe filled with epic stories and larger than life characters. Since then, audiences and fans have been treated to a … Continue reading Star Wars: The Disney Trilogy!


Our Review Of “The Sweetest Sting” – Season 2, Episode 11



  I loathe bees. Sure, you can tell me all you want about how beneficial they are for the environment and that they bring the sweet spring fling for all of us in North America with their pollen-spreading antics but to this I say SHENANIGANS! Inside the most-recently reviewed episode of Friday the 13th: The … Continue reading Our Review Of “The Sweetest Sting” – Season 2, Episode 11


I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)



For classic science fiction and horror fans, the name Richard Matheson is not lost on them. With an impressive resume of short stories, novels and script work for both television and film, it’s no wonder Matheson’s body of work would be in high demand for adaptation. Sadly, due to the time period in which his … Continue reading I Am Legend (1954 Book) Versus I Am Legend (2007 Film)