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FeaturesInterviewsReal Geek Girls

The goal of this series is to show the world that real geek girls exist. Say it loud, say it proud ladies! This week, meet Lexi Knoch!

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FeaturesInterviewsReal Geek Girls

The goal of this series is to show the world that real geek girls exist. Say it loud, say it proud ladies! This week, meet Katie Shanahan!

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FeaturesInterviewsReal Geek Girls

The goal of this series is to show the world that real geek girls exist. Say it loud, say it proud ladies! This week, meet Sam Maggs!

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FeaturesInterviewsReal Geek Girls

The goal of this series is to show the world that real geek girls exist. Say it loud, say it proud ladies! This week, meet Lorraine Cink.

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The scribe of Marvel’s latest opens up about comics, writing, and the awesome collision of science and pop culture.

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MANHATTAN PROJECTS co-creator and artist Nick Pitarra talks about odd commission requests, artistic inspirations, and more on a new podcast

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  Come Out and Play is a rather unusual movie. A remake of a little seen cult horror film from the ’70s, it is a near shot for a shot replication of the source at times, with new twists thrown in to keep it fresh. Wholly divisive at nearly every

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Last week, we got the chance to interview (via email) the writer and director behind Let Fury Have the Hour, a documentary that, according to it’s synopsis serves as a “journey into the heart of the creative counter-culture in 2012.” Here now, are Mr. D’Ambrosio’s views on what exactly creative

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Recently, I had the pleasure of doing a brief interview with the lovely Amber Benson, whom many of you know from Buffy The Vampire Slayer. She currently stars in the film Dust Up, directed by Ward Roberts. We talked about Dust Up, Buffy and some cool new things she is

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Professionally-trained British actor Rupert Friend is probably best known to audiences for his roles in the period dramas Pride and Prejudice and The Young Victoria, but in recent years he’s also honed his skills as a writer, director, and producer of short films with his production company, Beat Pictures.  His latest

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