The OJ Staff’s Favorite Halloween Films

Here, at Omnibus Journal, we’ve enjoyed bringing you all a series of spooky Halloween posts, but we’ve got one last feature before making the transition into November! It’s been great being back to a semi-regular update schedule, and we hope to continue providing content for Read More …

The ICYMI World: A Never Ending Race to Catch Up

It was 2007… I had just started my freshman year of college and in preparation had purchased myself an HP Pavilion  6v000 laptop. Not the latest in computer technology by today’s standards. It had plenty of memory to not only store my assignments with but to Read More …

Etsy Spotlight: Nerdy Workplace Necessities

Hola friends! It has been a minute since I did an Etsy spotlight list! So here we go! I’m going to show you some nerdy workplace items you obviously need! Let’s get to it! Harry Potter: Grim Tea Cup by HotSocksByAnne ($11.00 USD) If you’re Read More …

Bad Ass Dads In Popular Culture

“Be a dad. Don’t be ‘Mom’s assistant.’ That’s depressing, just waiting for her to write you a list, walk around a store staring at it, calling her from the cereal aisle to make sure you got the right thing. Be a man. Make your own Read More …

[Review] Aquarius Premiere Episode

The Sixties: a revolution in our American history.  It was an era where questions were raised against the social norms for everything from clothing and music to sexuality and drug use.  It was also the decade when our country was changed forever.  While there was Read More …

[Review] Flash Season 1

Thanks in large part to Christopher Nolan’s incredible Dark Knight Trilogy, the popular trend amongst live-action superheroes has been to throw them into a dark and gritty world.  It works for some really well, but it’s hard to imagine characters like The Flash in a Read More …

[Review] Elementary, Season 3 [SPOILERS]

The side-effect of having a character as great as Sherlock Holmes in the public domain is that we are bound to suffocate from interpretations. From inspiration to full on adaptation, it’s been really hard for any one version to stand out. Of course, we have Read More …