The Walking Dead – Who Will Negan Kill

With the season 6 finale of The Walking Dead coming up, and the impending arrival of Negan, people have been asking themselves, “who will Negan kill?” Hit the link to find out just who I think will meet their grizzly end on April 3, 2016. Read More …

Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice [SPOILER Review]

Jake and his friend, Joseph, discuss the highly-anticipated Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice. Read More …

Thank You, Daniel Bryan

Author’s Note: Here at Omnibus Journal, we have never written any article about professional wrestling.  I’ve tried since I started to get more pro-wrestling content on the site, but my attempts were in vain.  However, I fought and reasoned with our Editor-in-Chief to get this Read More …

After All This Time – A Farewell to Alan Rickman

I was getting ready to leave my house to take my cat to the vet this morning when I received the following text from my wife: I’ve been sitting here for the last few hours trying to figure out exactly how to say goodbye to Read More …

[Review] Furious 7

Author’s Note: I must apologize for the delay.  It has been a hectic couple of weeks and I haven’t been able to post any review.  I decided to go with the review I wrote for Furious 7 because it was so popular and I actually Read More …

Daringly Defending Dexter’s Series Finale

A lot has been said about Dexter’s final season.  With a show as popular it was (and sort of still is) that put out so many years of quality, expectations were naturally high.  7 seasons of mostly solid content, what else would you expect?  However, Read More …

Cosplay of the Week: Sweets4aSweet as the Queen of Hearts

Cosplay of the Week: Sweets4aSweet as The Queen of Hearts This is Candy, also known as Sweets4aSweet Cosplay! She is from Jackson, Michigan and is 37 years old. “I have been cosplaying for about 5 years, ever since friends of mine took me to my Read More …

[Review] Straight Outta Compton

It’s weird how one night can change plans.  This morning I was continuing work on an article that was meant to go up today which would see me go into deeper in-depth on my feelings on Fant4stic, but I sit here at 2:40 in the Read More …

[Review] Fantastic Four

I’ve dreaded this day from the moment I began writing for Omnibus Journal.  With our subject matter heavily drenched in nerd culture, I knew that Fantastic Four was going to need to be one of the movies I reviewed.  With my expectations lower than they’ve Read More …

Does Race Matter?

More specifically, “Does race matter when casting for existing characters?”  That is a question that has been asked a lot more frequently as of late.  You might think that it’s an obvious and simple answer, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. With the Read More …

[Review] Justice League: Gods and Monsters

One of the things that DC Comics is known for is their extensive use of the Multiverse.  In their animated universe, the idea was only just introduced in the wonderful Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox.  The success of that movie all but guaranteed that the Read More …

Top 3 Ways to Save Law & Order: SVU

Anybody who knows me will tell you that I am a huge Law & Order: Special Victims Unit fan.  It’s one of my absolute favorite shows of all time.  Before you ask, no I am not 50.  I just happen to enjoy quality TV.  Over the Read More …

Serenity – A Review on the Wind

When Firefly was cancelled by Fox in 2002, many fans were left wanting.  The show ended with a very vague sense of finality, but a lot of plot threads were left unanswered.  Once the cancellation was announced, fans of the show (called Browncoats) organized and Read More …

Firefly – A Sudden but Inevitable Review

Author’s Note: I’m going to give all of you lovely readers fair warning:  you will be reading the word “perfect” a lot during this review.  I guess this might also act as a spoiler of sorts. From Dead Like Me to Jericho, many great shows Read More …

[Review] Mr. Holmes

Sherlock Holmes is the greatest fictional character ever to be created.  His stories have spawned some fantastic films and TV shows.  The character himself has inspired great characters and performances throughout the years (Batman, anyone?).  Like most fictional characters, Sherlock has never aged and his Read More …

[Review] Ant-Man

Back in 2010, when it was officially announced by Stan Lee that Marvel Studios was working on Ant-Man, my initial thought was, “Damn, Marvel Studios needs to hurry and regain the rights to Spider-Man or X-Men quick!”  Like Iron Man used to be before the Read More …

[Review] It Follows

It seems that Hollywood just can’t get horror movies right anymore.  In the past decade, I’ve seen four horror films that I genuinely enjoy, and even those offered nothing new to the genre.  Not since The Blair Witch Project has something fresh happened in horror.  Read More …

The White Ranger vs The Green Ranger: A Morphinominal Debate

If there is one thing the nerd community loves to do, it’s to debate. Who shot first? Who is the best Doctor? Are Iron Man’s eye holes functional or cosmetic? Okay, maybe that last one is only between my friend and me. There is one Read More …

[Review] Fanboys

6 years ago in a galaxy far, far away… a love letter to one of the greatest epics put to film was written. Did Fanboys live up to its potential, or did it fall short of the legendary trilogy it so clearly loves? Read More …

Reflections from the Hierophant: Halloween Returns

It’s been 6 years since Rob Zombie destroyed the already-destroyed Halloween series.  When he took up the daunting task of rebooting the legendary Michael Myers, it was because the previous films had become unnecessarily convoluted.  What made The Shape the scariest of all of the Read More …

[Review] CHAPPiE

Neill Blomkamp’s first feature film was District 9.  It was one of the best films of 2009 and the list of accolades is larger than any other debut film that I can think of.  He was heralded as the next great director and he definitely Read More …

[Review] Kingsman: The Secret Service

With so many entertaining movies in the spy genre, Kingsman: The Secret Service has a lot of competition to face. Can it stand out of the pack or will it blend into the shadows? Hit the jump to find out. Read More …

[Review] Aquarius “Never Say Never To Always”

Aquarius’s third (the premiere was technically broken in two) episode, “Never Say Never to Always,” was an okay episode. Just okay.  The biggest problem I had with the premiere was that there wasn’t enough backstory with the main characters to make me care.  We get a Read More …