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batman v superman: dawn of expectation

I feel like I’ve reviewed Batman v Superman a dozen times or so in this past weekend as many people have asked my opinion on this very polarizing movie. I tried my best to stay away from reviews before I

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“avengers: age of ultron” – film review

Explosions! Action! Characters! Story! James Spader! I wasn’t really sure how to jump into reviewing a movie like this so I figured I’d start in a similar fashion that the movie started… minus James Spader. And for the sake of

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“a.d. the bible continues” [review]

In a world with many swords and sandals-themed television programming, whether influenced by books or historical events, comes a new series chronicling the stories of the best selling book in the world. Back in 2013, The History Channel brought us

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“unbreakable kimmy schmidt” review

On March 6th (happy birthday Dad!) Netflix premiered it’s newest hit series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt  from the hilariously talented and beautiful Tina Fey, starring Ellie Kemper whom the titular role was written for and is expertly crushing. I have so many

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is INTERSTERLLAR out of this world or grounded? [film review]

Last night I got to check out what one of my favorite directors has been up to. Apparently, he had been up in space crafting yet another masterpiece following his wildly successful Dark Knight trilogy and slew of other films

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what’s wrong with “gotham”?

Last night was the premiere of one of the most anticipated shows for the 2014 Fall season. Especially for fanboy geeks like myself, I practically told people I wouldn’t be hanging out with them unless they were seated next to

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the problem with gospel music

Back when I was a wee lad in my 99.9% black Baptist church and living in a 67.6% white neighborhood, I lived a simple albeit semi-sheltered life. I can tell you that my range of musical tastes pales in comparison

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  • episode 46 - (don’t) drop the mic March 8, 2017
    Sterling wishes his father a happy 60th birthday and tells a story about him being a boss in ever sense of the word, and also celebrates National Oreo Cookie Day with some breaking news. Later, Sterling explains proper microphone etiquette, a new contest, hope for Shure sponsorship and a certain coworker that could benefit having a microphone. Sylvia Rhone i […]
  • episode 45 - mrs. m. murphy’s smorgasbord of stories and shade February 23, 2017
    This episode is jam packed with fun as Sterling takes Kortney on a journey down his stream of conscious with quick takes on building a new computer, various Lindt chocolate truffles, proper ways to eat muffins, and the deliciousness of brisket. Sterling also shares thoughts on what has inspired him over the past week. Also in this episode, Sterling’s Oscar p […]
  • episode 44 - the great wine heist February 8, 2017
    Much is discussed in this packed episode including how Sterling spent his 31st birthday which leads to a Doctor Who tangent and 10th Doctor theory that must be investigated. Sterling later introduces a theory on podcasting which may forever change the way you listen to podcasts. Kortney reviews the film “Split” and teases a future episode on the polarizing s […]