The Flight of the Conchords Back on Tour

It’s been nine years since The Flight of the Conchords first premiered on HBO, and the  guys have sure been keeping busy since the series’ end in 2009. Most recently, you’ve heard Jemaine Clement on a few DirectTV commericals, Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty, and in 2010’s Despicable Me. And if you’re smart,  you’ve seen him in Dinner for Schmucks, Gentlemen Broncos, and What We Do in the Shadows. Not to be outdone, Bret … Continue reading The Flight of the Conchords Back on Tour

‘Sweet 16’ Sims Update

Because in the world of The Sims, who doesn’t celebrate birthdays with a tragic clown? SimGuruDrake announced over on The Sims Blog that in celebration of the franchise’s 16 years, an update will be released today featuring a few nostalgic details for fans to fawn over. The Tragic Clown First off we have the return of everyone’s favorite painting from the first Sims installment. A glimpse at … Continue reading ‘Sweet 16’ Sims Update

Five Moments of Fear When Retaking the Pottermore Sorting Quiz

For fans of the Harry Potter series, your Hogwart’s house placement is more than just a title or a quiz on the internet. Whether you’re a Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff matters greatly to a fan’s self-understanding and ego. So, when Pottermore relaunched back in September and changed the concept of the site completely, everyone wondered what would become of the popular house-sorting quiz designed … Continue reading Five Moments of Fear When Retaking the Pottermore Sorting Quiz

Lightsaber Escape

Did you love The Force Awakens, and are you ready for more? Well, all you need is a computer, the Google Chrome internet browser, and your smartphone. Google has provided fans with a new way to celebrate the franchise on this historic day with their exciting game, Lightsaber Escape. (follow this link for the game!) By syncing your smartphone through the URL provided on the site ( type … Continue reading Lightsaber Escape

The Sims Fandom on the Web

In 2004 the first sequel to The Sims was released, and the PC gaming world went nuts. The Sims 2 brought a level of personalization and in-depth gameplay to simulation gaming that had never been seen before. This is where fans first edited the faces and bodies of their characters, as well as the beginning of the family tree aspect of the game, with sims aging into old … Continue reading The Sims Fandom on the Web

An Ode to Triple-A Artists

The majority of music listeners this summer were dreaming of finding cheerleaders, dancing like Uma Thurman, and checking themselves for some bad blood. That’s cool for the summer, for sure, but planning my schedule for the next few months opened my eyes to an exciting revelation. Temperatures are about to drop, and more than likely, so will my radio listening. After thinking back on years … Continue reading An Ode to Triple-A Artists

Headcanon Hits: Captain James T. Kirk

Oh, Captain Kirk! What is there to say about the amazing James Tiberius Kirk that hasn’t been said before? From my very first foray into the Star Trek universe, his wonderfully over-the-top persona has taught me so much about strong leadership, following my sense of adventure, and of course, celebrating a little theatricality! To me, these songs reflect different aspects of Jim Kirk’s character: a … Continue reading Headcanon Hits: Captain James T. Kirk