In Mourning for Anton Yelchin


I’m not sure I’ll be able to watch Star Trek Beyond in July. I’m not even sure if I’ll be able to watch it this year. All I’ll be able to think about is Anton and the senselessness of losing someone so young. And my grief is nothing compared to the loss felt by his family and friends. The first time I saw Anton perform was in 2009’s “Star Trek.”


We Love You, Orlando


Hearing the news about the devastating attack on the Orlando based gay night club this weekend reminds me, yet again, that we are not safe, not even in the spaces we’ve created to be safe in together. Though some might proclaim that homophobia isn’t a big problem, that we’ve made such strides regarding freedom for the queer community, it remains a fact that our community is under constant threat, as


Con Man’s Complicated Relationship With Fans & Fame


How would you feel if you were a busy working actor but all anyone remembered of your work was a show you were in more than a decade ago that was cancelled unfairly? This is the premise of Alan Tudyk’s “Con Man,” a thirteen-episode series crowdfunded by fans who remember his turn as “Hoban Washburne” — a.k.a.– “Wash” from the hit series Firefly and its movie, Serenity. The show is


HorrorPack Delivers Scares To Your Front Door


I don’t usually watch horror. I’m a big scaredy-cat. But I love the idea of a subscription service (and I watch way too many subscription videos on YouTube). So when I was contacted by HorrorPack to review their product, I couldn’t resist taking a peek. The advent of monthly subscription services has provided us with the ability to hone in on our unique interests with ease – whether we’re subscribing