Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Xbox 360 / Playstation 3) [Review]
There are a decent amount of hardcore gamers who believe Final Fantasy XIII was the weakest game SquareEnix made in the lifetime of all Final Fantasy.  I don’t follow this logic since I think SquareEnix took a different route in telling and outlining a story in the Final Fantasy realm while creating an enjoyable,... 
The Lorax Holds Up Against Martians and Taylor Kitsch's Abs [Box Office Results]
Part of looking at movies does involve the business side of show business. We try to have a little fun with it, as each week Tim makes his predictions as to how movies will perform at the Box Office. Then, on Sundays, we look at how Tim’s predictions fared. As I mentioned on this week’s podcast, it’s... 
Weekly Blend #299 - Wrath of the Full Moon
There’s a superstition in teaching about the effects of the full moon on students, and Rafe thinks that’s definitely something he saw this week, with the effects carrying into the show. The full staff of this episode talks about John Carter‘s loss to The Lorax at the box office, the surprisingly... 
John Carter [Review]
Walt Disney and the director of Finding Nemo (Andrew Stanton) bring Edgar Rice Burroughs’ pulp hero from Mars to the big screen with the big-budget, 3D extravaganza John Carter. Big on effects, grand in scope, the film paints a high-action, pulpy science-fiction saga full of spectacle, beauty and romance with curious... 
Silent House [Review]
Silent House has a lot going for it: imaginative direction, an outstanding lead performance and the unique execution of a continuous 88 minute shot. The result is a tense, suspenseful and shocking film. The plot is simple at its core, but rich and complex in its themes and tone. Silent House devotes its entire running... 
The River - Doctor Emmet Cole [Recap and Review]
With “Doctor Emmet Cole,” The River slows down a bit, but in a good way, to focus on its focal character, Dr. Emmet Cole. With only sprinkles of character work on the cast of the Magus, the show is almost entirely comprised of flashbacks to Emmet’s last days in the Amazon. It defines his drive, his focus and... 
Survivor: One World - Bum-Puzzled [Recap and Review]
Last week the women finally found some form of victory, winning both a reward and an immunity challenge. We also got rid of that jerk Matt, which I’m still giddy over. Meanwhile, advertising has promoted this week’s episode as having a game changing movie – specifically, a move that will change the game... 
Confessions of a Guild Leader: From an Officer's Perspective
Guild leadership is a serious job. And I do mean “job.” For all that World of Warcraft is a game, taking on the role of guild leader can be just as daunting as acting as CEO for any respectable business. You’ll put in long hours, listen to a lot of grievances, and ultimately have to make numerous tough decisions... 
The Lorax Proves Many Are Friends to the Trees [Box Office Results]
Part of looking at movies does involve the business side of show business. We try to have a little fun with it, as each week Tim makes his predictions as to how movies will perform at the Box Office. Then, on Sundays, we look at how Tim’s predictions fared. I couldn’t find a fault in Tim’s logic this... 
Weekly Blend #298 - Technical Issues Abound
Technical issues rear their ugly head this week, from the lack of a babysitter when it came time to record the show to problems with Thomas’s Skype feed this week. We soldier on and talk about the killer box office take for The Lorax, offer up a review of Project X, talk about the deaths of Davy Jones and Ralph... 
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