Has there been a movie that was rated poorly by critics but when you saw it, it wasn’t that bad? Contributing Editor at Fandango.com and Managing Editor at Movies.com Erik Davis joins me to explain the criteria critics use to rate movies & how you as a fan should go about choosing your movies. Erik also talks about movies that are centered on villains & the casting of the new three stooges. Bonus: Erik talks about movies to lookout for in the month of August.
Archives for July 2017
When the job market tanked the jobs of old such as being a bartender, butcher and even a barber became craft jobs. These jobs are not only in high demand but they are high paying as well. Joining me to elaborate on craft jobs and how they blossomed is author of Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy, Richard Ocejo.
Day one of the San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) was jammed pack. Review Editor at EGMNow.com: Ray Carsillo talks about some of the big announcements. Mason & Ray also give their thoughts on Jodi Whitaker becoming the 13th Doctor on Dr Who.
Psychologist Dr. Anjhula Mya Singh Bais, explains how social media impacts individuals mental health and perception.
Nintendo is a company that is known for Mario, Luigi, Yoshi and other iconic characters. Everyone at some point has played a Nintendo game or owned a system. For over one hundred years Nintendo has been in business. How has Nintendo maintained such longevity & what were some of Nintendo’s most interesting business ventures? Co-Founder of the National Video Game Museum, Sean Kelly talks the history of Nintendo & what to expect from them in the future.
When it comes to taking photos nowadays, individuals go to device is their camera phones. Are camera phones better than digital cameras? How does digital cameras measure up to camera phones? Joining me explain these things and more is B&H Senior Photo Sales Trainer: Levi Tenebaum.