No. I have not seen Rogue One: A Star Wars Story yet.
Nathan is officially obsessed, and Dremworks is to blame.
I was looking at my calendar today and for some reason it clicked (finally) what point we're at in the year.
Snippets? Me? Why that hasn't happened in... Years. Literally.
Have you ever been a fan of something that makes absolutely no sense given that you're not a fan of anything similar?
Katie and I have been fans of the CBS series NCIS (and its two spinoff series) for many years. Many. Years. I mean the show has been on the air for the better part of two decades now.
Alexa, can you tell me where the Cubs were tonight for game 1 of the World Series?
Since Nathan came around, one thing Katie and I have not done much of is watch sports.
I am at a loss.
Many people will argue that remakes are pointless. I typically agree.
I called DirecTV a few hours ago to see what it would cost to bump up a service tier so we could have Fox Sports 1 and, thus, be able to watch the NLCS.
I'm not at all sorry to say that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story just looks better and better all the time. Especially given this latest trailer
It's been nearly a month since I debuted the list of new TV shows Katie and I would be giving a chance this season.
Have you been watching Designated Survivor? Katie and I are loving it.
I'm going to be honest with you and admit that I'm not much of a Stephen Colbert fan. I never was. I don't dislike him, I just never went out of my way to watch him either on The Colbert Report or on The Late Show.
This is a time of year I both love and loathe. Love because we get to see a bunch of new network shows premiere. Loathe because we get to see a bunch of new network shows premiere.
Back in 1999, I got sucked in by the premise of The Blair Witch Project.
I dreamt a new short story last night. While I still have to write it down, this go round, I also have to figure out how best to share it.
Watching the Olympics, Katie and I have seen an inordinate number of ads for some new reality show on NBC called Better Late Than Never.
I recently discovered something while checking out my comic books. Apparently one of my favorite comic books, Kanan: The Last Padawan, hadn't dropped a new issue in about four months or so.
While I wish this was actually the product of Adam Driver, I will have to settle for a fan voice re-creation as well as recycled footage from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But I'll take it as this is one of the most hilarious things I've seen in a couple of days.
Last night, Katie and I went with my bro and SiL to an outdoor concert featuring The Temptations and The Beach Boys.
I'm still in shock over the news that they're remaking Splash... but featuring a merman... to be played by Channing Tatum.
Last night, I went with my dad and brother to see Star Trek Beyond.
Last weekend, DirecTV gifted us a free weekend trial of HBO. What did we do? Set the DVR to record as many movies as we could find or it could hold, whichever tapped out first.
When I tell people that I am looking forward to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story even more than I was looking forward to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, many think I'm crazy.
Have I mentioned that Katie and I are playing catch up on The CW's The Flash? Only a few times already? Okay, that's not too bad. Well, we finished season one tonight. It was awesome!
I got an email from Netflix today announcing that my old monthly rate of $7.99 is going bye bye. I'm being bumped up to $9.99.
One of my favorite things about sci-fi and fantasy movies is seeing the concept artwork that went into developing the final designs of a character.
The other night, Katie and I started watching season 1 of the CW's Flash. As of tonight, we're three episodes deep and, I gotta tell you, I LOVE IT!
I'm very happy! My brother and I went to see Captain America: Civil War today. You know my history with Cap films, they're my faves of the MCU.
Please grant me a post in which to get a little geeky. Well, even more geeky than normal. And hyper-analytical.
Have you ever heard of the upcoming film Me Before You? I never had until the SiL told Katie to read the book so they could see the film together. Then I saw the trailer on TV.
Do you watch Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders? It's all about the FBI's International Response Team (IRT) that travel to foreign countries to save U.S. citizens who find themselves in harm's way.
I'm not sure why, but this television season seemed far quicker than any in the past.