Ruben Diaz

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Writer, film-fanatic, geek, gamer, info junkie & consummate Devil's advocate who has been fascinated by Earth since 1976. Classically trained in the ways of the future.

Yi Soon Shin: War Is Hell But So Is Love And They Collide In The Latest Chapter

The next chapter in Yi Soon Shin, the historical action comic about war adds love to the mix. At the end of the previous...

WACO Costume Designer Karyn Wagner Speaks To Fabric And Makes Movies Look Great

Karyn Wagner is a veteran costume designer with projects like The Notebook, The Green Mile, and the recent Waco mini-series on Paramount Network under her...

Florida Renaissance Fair And The Immersive Convention Experience

The Florida Renaissance Fair is going strong in South Florida, and it’s a pop culture experience unlike any other. Yes, that’s a bit of...

Voice Actor Mela Lee Went From Eating Ramen To Anime Superstar

Voice acting is at the heart of animated films and video games, and Mela Lee’s talented voice brings life to some beloved virtual characters....

Nine Questions With TRANSDIMENSIONAL Comics Writer Michael Gordon

Transdimensional is a horror science fiction comic book from writer/creator Michael Gordon and TPub Comics. It’s “Alien meets The Abyss meets The Wake” according to Michael. The creative...

Bloodsport Turns Thirty And It’s As PUNCH-ERRIFIC As Ever

The 80s is famous for its pure action movie mayhem and few did fighting better than Bloodsport. The film released in 1988 with none...

MUTE Review: A Netflix Film From The Man Who Made MOON

Director Duncan Jones (Moon, Warcraft) and Netflix combined forces to create Mute, a cyberpunk story about love, family, and sex robots. Mute continues the...

Yi Soon Shin: War, War, And More War, A Review Of Chapter Three

Chapter three of historical comic Yi Soon Shin charges ahead into the war between Japan and Korea. A vital naval battle, at Pacheon, is...

A Review Of EVERYTHING SUCKS! A New Netflix Teen Drama

Everything Sucks! is to the 90s what Freaks and Geeks was the early 80s, presenting a slice-of-life high school story with nerds, young love,...

Interview: Director Tyler MacIntyre Makes Films That Are Frightening And Fun

Lurking in the shadows of what we’ll call Off-Hollywood, you know, like Off-Broadway, is film director Tyler MacIntyre who is two great genre movies...

Five Black Panther Comics To Binge Read After The Movie

In mere days, Black Panther, a long-standing Marvel hero, will fight across cinema screens all over the country in his own movie for the...

The Elaborate Entrance Of Chad Deity Brings Wrestling Action To The Stage

For tens of thousands of years, man has tried to tell stories to each other in one way or another. It likely started with...