Tag: review

  • David Dialogue – Charlie Puth’s “One Call Away”

    It’s a new Web Show from Strangers and Aliens! In the first episode of the David Dialogue Show, Evan examines Charlie Puth’s hit song “One Call Away” and how it can be viewed in light of God’s Word! Find more videos that bridge the gap between Christianity and Pop-Culture at youtube.com/strangersandaliens

  • THOUGHT CLOUDS: Marvel Season 1 (comic review)

    THOUGHT CLOUDS: Marvel Season 1 (comic review)

    (This review originally appeared on the Spirit Blade Underground Podcast.) This post, I’m not reviewing one book — I‘m reviewing a series of books. A series of graphic novels, actually. Marvel’s Season One. Some background — in my first Thought Clouds review, I reviewed Batman Earth One, part of a series of DC Comics graphic…

  • MOVIE REVIEW: Total Recall (2012)

    MOVIE REVIEW: Total Recall (2012)

    Total Recall is an interesting movie. As an effects movie,  especially as a sci-fi effects movie, it is fantastic. The special effects, and the world those effects create, are brilliant. As science fiction, with its look forward into future technology and culture, it is fantastic. Some of the ideas in this movie just make sense,…

  • REVIEW: Doctor Who the Movie (and the MOVIES . . .)

    REVIEW: Doctor Who the Movie (and the MOVIES . . .)

    Netflix is the one and only reason I have become such a huge fan of Doctor Who. Before Netflix, I was a casual observer. I enjoyed watching old episodes from the original run (Tom Baker being my favorite Doctor), but mostly as a curiosity, a foray into the history of sci-fi. I was familiar enough…

  • THOUGHT CLOUDS: Harlan Ellison’s Phoenix Without Ashes (Comic Review)

    THOUGHT CLOUDS: Harlan Ellison’s Phoenix Without Ashes (Comic Review)

    PHOENIX WITHOUT ASHES Harlan Ellison, writer; Alan Robinson, artist This review of a graphic novel starts with a review of a TV series from 1973, so bear with me. When I was but a lad, I went and saw Star Wars on the big screen and wanted more. On the small screen, in my very…

  • REVIEW: William Shatner’s “The Captains”

    REVIEW: William Shatner’s “The Captains”

      I’m a big fan of William Shatner. If we ever do a podcast to tackle the classic “Kirk vs. Picard”, there will be no question what side I fall on. I will listen to opposing arguments, but I will not change my mind. (Gauntlet thrown, Dr. Jayce.) I enjoy watching Shatner in Star Trek,…