GET OUT – Film Review

By David Embrey on

As of the time I’m writing this review, Jordan Peele’s low budget (4.5 million) horror mystery has made over 136 million dollars in domestic box office revenue. Combine that with the torrential downpour of critical praise it’s received and its sensitive, if not controversial, subject matter, the host of think pieces and hot takes that …

Transformation Sequence #106 – Hellsing Ultimate (Part 1)

By Vincent on

We return to the vampire-infested world of Hellsing, to once-more watch Alucard, the vampire-hunting vampire, mispronounce English words while wearing sunglasses at night! Guest-starrying Nika Howard of the Drunks & Dragons podcast! Go find us on social media! We want to hear from you! Follow the official account on Twitter (@sequencepod).  You can also find …

Yer a Wizard, Harry – Book 3, Episode 17: Cat, Rat, and Dog

By Sarah Tompkins on

Egads! Big revelations this week! This entire time, Yer a Wizard, Harry has been living as a podcast when really, WE’RE THREE PEOPLE STANDING ON EACH OTHER’S SHOULDERS UNDER A TRENCH COAT.  This week, the Quizzich Cup trudges (drunkenly) onward – do our heroes lose that spark? We also head down the rabbit hole – er, …

Transformation Sequence #105 – Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (Part 2)

By Vincent on

It’s the second and final part of our review of Iron-Blooded Orphans, as the host firmly disagree with each other then find out they actually agree. After Tekkadan unknowingly deliver military weapons to a colony, Gjallerhorn use the opportunity to wipe out a civil uprising, with Kudelia and Mikazuki in the middle. Tekkadan push onwards …

Geekly Redux: Samurai Jack

By Jonathan Bussler on

With Geekly Redux, we revisit our childhood favorites and determine whether or not they hold up. “Long ago in a distant land, I, Aku, the shape-shifting Master of Darkness, unleashed an unspeakable evil! But a foolish samurai warrior wielding a magic sword stepped forth to oppose me. Before the final blow was struck, I tore open …

NASA Telescope brings us one step closer to possible Earth 2

By Carly Shields on

Hold onto your butt’s science nerds, as well as EVERYONE ON EARTH,  because approximately 40 light-years (235 trillion miles) from Earth NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has discovered a string of 7 planets that have the potential to contain liquid water (the key to potentially house human life and my third favorite drink). Located in the constellation …