July 2014

Nina Dobrev rocking denim in Nylon

by Alan Rapp on July 31, 2014

in Books & Magazines

Nina Dobrev - Nylon (August 2014)

Actress Nina Dobrev is the cover girl for the August issue of Nylon. You can find pics and behind-the-scenes video from her photo shoot inside.

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Perception – Bolero

by Alan Rapp on July 31, 2014

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Perception – Bolero
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Perception - Bolero

In a reversal of the show’s regular formula Daniel Pierce (Eric McCormack) brings what he believes was a cleverly disguised murder to the attention of Kate (Rachael Leigh Cook) and the FBI. After witnessing the death of an art gallery owner whose photosensitive epilepsy was taken advantage of leading to his untimely death, Pierce and Kate also discover someone cleverly used the disruption of the man’s epileptic seizure (which wouldn’t have been life-threatening if he hadn’t hit his head on a bench on his fall to the ground) by replacing one one of the paintings in the gallery with a well-made forgery.

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A look at some of DC’s upcoming toys including the first few figures from the Batman: The Animated Series line.

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Covert Affairs – Embassy Row

by Alan Rapp on July 30, 2014

in Television Reviews 

  • Title: Covert Affairs – Embassy Row
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Covert Affairs - Embassy Row

Realizing Ivan Kravec (Marton Csokas) is tied to the money behind the Chicago bombing, the CIA send Annie (Piper Perabo) back to Paris to try and find out just how much the former spy knows. Although her cover appears initally intact, things quickly get dicey when Kravec invites Annie to a party at the Russian Embassy where her reputation (killing a longtime CIA double-agent on Russian soil and spending time in, and breaking out of, a secret Russian prison) will certainly precede her. Although Auggie (Christopher Gorham) is able enlist the help of Eric Barber (Dylan Taylor) and another tech to crash the embassy’s security system, allowing Annie to make it into the embassy without being immediately arrested, things take a dark turn when Kravec escorts Annie to a private room and drugs his guest and starts demanding answers to who she really is.

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Star Trek ‘Mirror, Mirror’ Spock Pop! Vinyl Figure

Because what’s life in this universe worth if you can’t have the goateed Mirror, Mirror version of Spock in Pop! Vinyl Figure form for the low, low price of $12?

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