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What better way to bring in Spring than news of a new Peanuts movie.  Don’t you hope they get this right? It’s Charles Schulz’s Peanuts characters in 3D, called simply Peanuts.  The franchise that gave us each of the best holiday specials of all time–A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965), It’s the Great Pumpkin (1966), Charlie Brown, A […]

If last night’s awards ceremony sucked away your will to go back to the movies, if you slogged through another year of Oscar avoiding genre films for the same old flat dramas, and you are looking for an awards event closer to the films and film roles we discuss year round here at borg.com, you may want to start […]

Review by C.J. Bunce I can’t hazard a guess as to how many times I have watched E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.  Probably a handful of times in 1982 and 1983, and at least once during a return to theaters in the past 35 years, plus a few times on VHS.  What stood out today, watching the […]

We’ve just wound down another year of big movies–from Captain America: The Winter Soldier to X-Men: Days of Future Past to Guardians of the Galaxy to The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. So what’s on the radar at borg.com for 2015? We think you’ll want to see several of these big sci-fi, fantasy, […]

Happy New Year!!!!

We at borg.com want to wish you a festive and safe New Year’s Eve and a spectacular 2017.  We’re entering our seventh calendar year of daily updates here, and we want to say thanks for reading.  We wish everyone a great new year. We can all look forward to plenty of anniversaries ahead in 2017: In the […]

   Of all the kids comics titles out there how could we possibly pass up previewing a title like Itty Bitty Hellboy?  Dark Horse Comics’ new five-issue mini-series hits comic book stores in two weeks, August 28, 2013, but we’ve previewed it so you have time to order it from your local shop or add it to […]

Back in December I tracked down and discussed here ten retro toys you could still buy as gifts for the holidays.  In that list I included Colorforms–those reusable, thin plastic stickers that you could use to re-create scenes on a cardboard backdrop. As a kid I went crazy for these–I had every Colorforms set from Star […]

I have watched bits and pieces of E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial over the years and haven’t viewed it in its entirety since its VHS release.  I was lucky enough to see it in its original release back in 1982.  I seem to recall my sister got us some special tickets she won from a radio station for opening night, and when you entered the […]

Some toys are timeless.  Once upon a time I or one of my siblings received every single gift on this list under the Christmas tree, and we got hours and hours of use out of these.  Some bring out the creative in us.  Some are just plain fun.  But all of them are classics, and we’re lucky […]

What makes a great character?  The USA Network has used “character” as its marketing focus for the past few years, even using it to make advertising dollars by making their character of the week the Priceline Negotiator when William Shatner was guest starring as the father of Maggie Lawson’s character Juliet O’Hara on the TV […]

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