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Dorian Reyes Black

Dorian Reyes Black is a writer, filmmaker, and geek blogger based in Los Angeles.

Knott’s Scary Farm is Back, Lives Up to Halloween Hype

Since 1973, Orange County has been home to one of the most iconic haunt events of Halloween season; Knott’s Scary Farm. Though the park is mostly known for inventing the delicious boysenberry (and it’s Snoopy merch), Knott’s Berry Farm has another claim to fame; it’s shockingly impressive horror mazes.  While the pandemic may have shut […]

Joker: A Serious Film for a Serious Monster

Few comic book villains incite as much controversy as the Joker. Introduced in Batman #1 on April 1940, the Clown Prince of Crime is Batman’s most well-known adversary and one of the most vicious characters in all of modern American literature.

“Titans” Casts Esai Morales As Deathstroke For Season 2

For non comic book readers, their first introduction to the character Deathstroke, AKA Slade Wilson, may have been his animated portrayal voiced by Ron Pearlman (Hellboy) in the 2003 Cartoon Network series Teen Titans. For others, it would be a decade later on the CW show Arrow, where New Zealand actor Manu Bennett portrayed the […]

“Aquaman” Star Jason Momoa Victim of Fake Groping Video

Jason Momoa, star of the blockbuster DCEU film ‘Aquaman,” has recently become the victim of a smear attempt this week over an altered video taken out of context, that accuses him of fondling Lola Iolani Momoa, his eleven-year-old daughter. The real and unaltered recording, which lasts seven minutes and eight seconds, was taken at the […]