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"Pooka Lives" Proves A Sequel Can Be Better Than The Original [REVIEW]

"Pooka Lives" debuts on Hulu today, the sequel to last years "Pooka." Both are part of the Hulu/Blumhouse Into The Dark anthology series, with a different horror film every month loosely based around that month's big holiday. Many of the film's have been good to great, including "The Body," "New Year, New You," and a […]

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"Star Trek: TNG" Cast Celebrates Marina Sirtis' Birthday – Safely

The cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation is very close. Marina Sirtis, who played Deanna Troi on the series, celebrated her birthday with fellow castmates – but they did it the smart and healthy way. Her friends joined her from their respective homes via online conference – doing their part to promote the importance […]

First Teaser Poster for Transformers: Power of the Primes

For those looking for information about Transformers: Power of the Primes, the third and final chapter of the Transformers: Prime Wars Trilogy, Toy Fair was the place to be. Hasbro and Machinima took the opportunity at the toy industry's premiere event to unveil the chapter's new teaser poster. Transformers: Power of the Primes continues the Transformers: Prime […]

Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38

Tony Lee talked about running the comic book side of the London Film And Comic Con on Bleeding Cool yesterday. Well, it seems that I am going to be giving him an even greater headache. I will be at the London Film And Comic Con as a guest. I'll have a table and everything. But it […]

Trailer For Powers Season 2 Includes Michael Madsen And Wil Wheaton

I didn't watch the first season of Powers on the Playstation Network. Mainly because I don't have a subscription and really don't want one. But I did pick it up on DVD when the series came out and I enjoyed it. The acting was pretty good, the writing was strong, but it never felt as […]

Wil Wheaton Joins Powers Season 2

Star Trek: The Next Generation and Big Bang Theory alum Wil Wheaton has been added to the second season of Sony's series Powers. IGN reports that Wheaton will play a character that will be introduced soon in the comics created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. The new season, which is filming now, […]

Booze Geek: Stone Farking Wheaton W00tstout

By Dylan Gonzalez Beer: Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout Brewery: Stone Brewing Co. ABV: 13% Sometimes the pieces just fall in perfectly. Turns out Wil Wheaton, of Star Trek fame and many other geeky things, is also a huge fan of craft beer. Going back as far as 2004, Wheaton let the boys at Stone Brewing […]

Bleeding Gen Con: This Year's Must Have Games At Gen Con

By Christopher Helton Wednesday I will be in Indianapolis, Indiana for the "Best Four Days In Gaming," Gen Con. The convention itself doesn't start until Thursday, but the fun starts on Wednesday night. Last year, as the lead in to my covering Gen Con for the first time for Bleeding Cool, I put together a list of some […]

The RPG Show For Geek & Sundry's Tabletop Channel Announced

Something very interesting has been happening for tabletop roleplaying games in Los Angles for the past week. Wil Wheaton's Tabletop web show started filming the new season of its RPG show. One of the stretch goals of the highly successful IndieGoGo campaign was to fund a season where Wheaton and others would play a roleplaying campaign. Now, the […]

Wil Wheaton To Co-Host DC All-Access

Last week it was Kevin Smith, this week DC All-Access has wrangled in Nerd-Elite Wil Wheaton to co-host their show. Wheaton of course burst into the pop culture world with hi portrayal of Wesley Chrusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation. He's also stayed in the spotlight with guest shots on Leverage, The Big Bang […]

The Wil Wheaton Project Not Renewed By SyFy

Wil Wheaton announced on his blog yesterday that his nerd-centric Wil Wheaton Project will not be returning to SyFy. The former Star Trek: The Next Generation actor explain exactly how he got the news as he was returning home form a walk on the beach with his wife and his cell phone rang. "I have […]

SyFy Sets Original Movie Ratings Record With Sharknado 2

Its seems that Wednesday night isn't just new comic day, it also appears to be campy movie night as a lot of people stayed in and watched Sharknado 2: The Second One. Deadline is reporting that the ratings for the SyFy original movie was a record 3.9 million viewers. That's up 183% from last summers […]

The 2014 Origins Award Winners For Tabletop Gaming – With A Few Surprises

By Christopher Helton This past weekend was the Origins Game Fair in Columbus, Ohio, one of the bigger tabletop gaming conventions outside of Gen Con. One of the highlights of the convention is the first of tabletop gaming's awards, the Origins Awards. The winners in all of the categories were announced: Best Role Playing Game Numenera – […]

Late Night Fun – Something Only A Convention Could Make Happen…

There has been some amazing photos that have come out of comic conventions lately… photos that would never have happened if not for attending stars having fun. The kind of thing that fans just love to see. Like the time Nathan Fillon stole Wil Wheaton's wife. Or when John Barrowman stole Wil Wheaton. Well, now […]

Ellis Tells Us The Fell #10 Script Is Done, But…

In his new newsletter Orbital Operations, Warren Ellis caught his fans up on some of his current projects including the long waited for next issue of Fell with Ben Templesmith. FAQ: Ben's had the FELL #10 script for a couple of years, but his life is massively busy and complicated. I know he's broken ground […]

Leverage Turns Josh Hoopes Into A Work Of Fiction

Leverage was a TV show, recently cancelled, that was basically a cross between The A-Team and Not A Penny More Not A Penny Less, Robin Hood meets Hustle, that kind of thing.  And created by John Rogers, also known for Blue Beetle and Dungeons and Dragons comics, as well as being the man behind the […]

Reviewing Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts

Greg Baldino writes for Bleeding Cool As I write this, Warren Ellis' second novel Gun Machine has made it onto the New York Times bestseller list five days after its release. That's not bad. It's an accolade that arrives between two feature films based on his graphic novel Red. There's at least one more prose […]