Brain Food At The Movies – Episode 17

Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Brain Food At The Movies, where I talk about Logan.

In short? I really liked it.

And yes, I do have a link as to the clinical trials of the birth pill performed on Puerto Rican women in the 50s that I talked about in the review.

The Dark History Of The Birth Control Pill In Puerto Rico

Brain Food – Episode 62

Hello everyone, it’s time for another episode of Brain Food!

And in today’s episode, I review Issue #10 of the Overwatch comic, Reflections, most well known for finally revealing just who in the cast is gay.

Hint, it’s Tracer.

You can download the comic at Blizzard’s website here.

And also please check out and support TeknoAxe, the amazing artist who makes the music for free for everyone to use and that I use in my videos.

Brain Food – Episode 60

Hello everyone, and in this 60th episode, I review the hard sci-fi book by Doug Sharp called Channel Zilch.

While overall a good, fun story, it’s undercut by an unfortunate case of yellow fever/geek dream fulfillment in one of its main characters.

Enjoy!

Brain Food – Episode 59

In which I review the second installment of Rachel Sharp’s Planetary Tarentella series, A Word And A Bullet! Great stuff!

One other thing I should mention here that I forgot to mention in the video is that the book does answer the question about feminine hygiene products and hair care, which I appreciated. Not a lot of stores selling shampoo and tampons after the Earth suffers a world wide earthquake…

Here is Rachel Sharp’s Website.

And be sure to check out TeknoAxe’s Website for more awesome music!

Brain Food – Episode 57

Hi everyone, it’s another episode of Brain Food, wherein I talk about the Kamikaze book, which was brought about by a successful kickstarter!

Be sure to check out the webcomic, which is ongoing, here.

And be sure to support the amazing TeknoAxe and his wonderful music here.

Brain Food At The Movies – Episode 16

Hey everyone, it’s my review of Suicide Squad!

It’s a movie from DC Comics and Warner Bros that is so bad it balances out what good it does.

However, the fact that it had jokes shows that DC IS learning, and that Zack Snyder might not have the pull he used to have, which is a good thing considering he’s still involved in Wonder Woman and Justice League.

I’d also recommend reading Maddy Meyers review of the movie over the Mary Sue for some points I missed in mine. It’s good stuff!

And if you thought I was harsh on Jared Leto? Well, read some of these articles about what a piece of garbage he is:

He’s been accused of sexual assault by several women.

He sent ‘gifts’ to his castmates including rats, dead pigs, and used condoms.

And heck, every other full cast photo I’ve seen has excluded him. Considering his antics on set, and how much of his acting was cut from the film, well, he’s the weakest, most pathetic and least charismastic version of the Joker ever made…