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Rob Fowler

Rob has worked in the computer industry for close to 20 years. He's an avid gamer across all platforms - Atari 2600 through to Xbox 360 and even Pencil Paper RPGs. Rob spends most of his time watching movies, spending time with the wife, son and plethora of cats that he co-habitates with.

Movies

From the packaging it is generic appearing, which is unfortunately deceptive to the casual consumer, but well worth the time. The product description is simple: Alertness, Energy enhancing and productivity increase. Very valid in all of these aspects.   I have testing this product thoroughly over the course of the past week

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Movies

Brought to you by Magnolia Pictures and Director Erik Skjoldbjærg (best known for Insomnia and Prozac Nation), Pioneer delivers an incredible thriller about a pair of Norwegian brothers who are hired on to assist the US in a deep see pipeline.  This movie movie starts off a little confusing at first. Once it takes hold

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After seeing the first episode and enjoying the fast paced action, I can realistically see this as a competitor for The Walking Dead’s fan-base.  I felt a bit nostalgic watching as I tried to remember if ‘The Walking Dead’ started out its first season as quirky as this show, looking

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Hellaware is a new comedy from Factory 25. Set in New York the story begins as a lackluster photographer trying to make it into the art world while competing in the same arena as a insane pig tailed guy sold an art piece for quite a sum while in reality it

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We had the great opportunity to have a conversation with Sean Astin (Goonies, Lord of the Rings) recently to have a conversation about his stint on FX‘s The Strain as Jim Kent. ALERT!  ( contains spoilers for the “Creatures of the Night” episode of “The Strain” that aired Sunday, Aug. 31.) If you haven’t

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Movies

Indulging myself this past week I watched a few movies that had been anonymously referred to me. Ink happened to be one of them. The movie starts off with an air of oppression and quickly escalates to a mixture of fantasy and anime (lightly toned mind you). The music is a little

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