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11 July 2013 - 0:00Celebrate The 20th Anniversary Of Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Before Edward Cullen was even a twinkle in Stephanie Meyer’s eye, Joss Whedon thrilled fans of paranormal stories with his quirky tales of a teenage girl who takes on demonic entities such as vampires. In some ways, Buffy is a pretty typical teenager, so the show has much of the appeal that a regular teen drama holds, complete with romantic entanglements and the ups and downs of friendship. Meanwhile, the more fantastical elements draw in those who enjoy science fiction and fantasy, while Sarah Michelle Gellar’s beauty appeals to

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25 May 2013 - 0:00“Dark Knight Rises” A Winning Wrap Up?

Millions saw it and it made more than a billion dollars at the global box office, but was “The Dark Knight Rises” a truly winning wrap-up for Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy, including the great origin story “Batman Begins” and “The Dark Knight,” one of the best movies of all time?

The film’s story truly put Christian Bale’s Bruce Wayne through more than he had ever faced before, but while Selina Kyle’s introduction was great, Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman being an instant classic, Bane was not perfect. His motivations were

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8 April 2013 - 0:00How to Set up Parental Controls on Internet Browsing

While the Internet is a source for information and knowledge, it contains many websites not for children. When a young person is surfing the Internet they can accidentally come across content that was meant for adults.

There are parental controls that can be set up to keep young people away from these sites and help protect them while on the Internet.

How to use parental controls

Setting up parental controls is as easy as a couple of clicks. For people that use Internet explorer all they have to do is click on the tools tab. When this opens they should click on content.

The content advisor heading will appear and the parent should select enable. Once clicked, a list of categories will come up. A parent is then able to check the content they do not want displayed.

This includes website that may contain drug use, alcohol use, pornography or nudity, violence, and foul language. A parent can also set how restricted they want the control to be. See More information here.

This can block mild sites or all websites with this content. The parent can then set a password to make sure these settings are not changed.

Additional security

In addition to blocking these websites an adult needs to speak to their child about Internet usage. They should talk to them about the dangers that can be found online and to never give out personal information.

Sites such as Facebook, or chatrooms, should be carefully monitored or restricted by parents.

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27 March 2013 - 0:00San Diego Comic-Con Highlights: What You Missed

The 2012 San Diego Comic Con is history and fans of comic book conventions are already looking forward to 2013. If you did not attend the event in 2012 and are on the fence about 2013, all you really need to do is look at what you missed. Once you do, you definitely will start booking your travel arrangements to visit this awesome comic con this year.

Without a doubt, the Iron Man 3 Q&A panel was a huge highlight. Writer/Director

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27 June 2012 - 0:00Geek Support For “Iron Sky” Makes All The Difference

“Iron Sky” is a movie with a unique premise in which Nazis have a presence on the moon after they secretly undertake space travel to the moon from a hidden area on Anatarctica. It’s taken five years to finally complete the film thanks to the input of fans and especially because of Geek support. The only reason that “Iron Sky,” a true labor of love, actually made it to the theaters for an extended run is because of the great

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25 June 2012 - 0:00Review Of Latest Laptop Upgrades:Time To Invest?

For busy individuals, a laptop makes a great alternative to a desktop. However, the computer technology is constantly evolving and improving, providing newer and more exciting features. In this regard, many laptop owners are trying their best to keep up with the technology.

Even though a laptop’s performance is usually lower compared to a desktop computer, a laptop owner can always make upgrades that can match the desktop’s capabilities. Yet, most laptops are not equipped to deal with extra computer

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23 June 2012 - 0:00“Looper” Welcomes Bruce Willis Back To SciFi

For a period of his career, Bruce Willis was widely regarded as one of the top stars in the science fiction drama. During the 1990s and 2000s he starred in several science fiction films including 12 Monkeys, the Fifth Element, and Armageddon. Since then he has largely be involved in action and drama roles, but now appears set to return to science fiction.

In September of 2012, the science fiction film Looper will be released in theaters across the country. Bruce Willis will take on

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20 June 2012 - 0:00“Total Recall” Rewind? Worth Seeing This August?

Whom can forget the awesome experience of watching the great Sci-Fi action movie “Total Recall” when it first came out in 1990 with the legendary “The Terminator” star, Arnold Schwarzenegger, as the hero?

Many a fan were at war with themselves when they had heard of the upcoming remake of this cult classic. On one hand, they were thrilled that it would be re-done with today’s technology, yet, on the other hand, how dare anyone mess with perfection?

Seems the fans will not be disappointed. The new re-make will

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19 June 2012 - 0:00“Prometheus” Worth The Ride For The Final 3 Minutes?

The Prometheus cinematography creates a stunning backdrop for often bad and sometimes painful dialogue. If you never want to tie Charlie up and leave him for some future xenomorph to snack on, then you are probably more tolerant than at least half the audience members.

Some Prometheus plot points are numbingly bad. From clichs like a scientist trying to pet an alien to impossibilities like the lack of physical repercussions following abortion auto-surgery, some scenes may make you wonder why you’re not storming out of the theater to demand your money back, as well as a refund on

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